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Status report on ECR ion source operation at GANIL

Abstract : Two electron cyclotron resonance ion sources, ECR 4 and ECR 4M, provide high charge state beams to the compact cyclotrons, C01 and C02, which are alternative injectors for the GANIL cyclotrons CSS1 and CSS2. When an injector runs for a long period, the off-line source can be used for beam developments or, together with the off-line injector, deliver a beam to a new beam line, called IRRSUD, for atomic physics experiments. Various ions are requested for beam time for periods of 8 to 11 weeks. Although the majority of the required beams comes from gaseous elements, work on the production of beams of metallic ions is always a main activity. New ovens are being developed to improve the capacity and the performances of the standard micro-oven. The latest results with 238U beam , using sputtering method and 76Ge beam using recycling method are reported here.
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P. Lehérissier, C. Barué, C. Canet, M. Dubois, M. Dupuis, et al.. Status report on ECR ion source operation at GANIL. International conference on ions sources 10 ICIS 2003, Sep 2003, Dubna, Russia. pp.1488-1491. ⟨in2p3-00021816⟩



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