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Control of RILIS lasers at IGISOL facilities using a compact atomic beam reference cell

Abstract : The choice and proper operation of the laser systems for laser ion sources at on-line facilities using multi-step resonance ionization processes is the basis for production of intense and pure radioactive ion beams. These pave the way for numerous fundamental studies in nuclear and astrophysics. A comparison between systems of medium or high repetition rate pulsed tunable lasers based on dyes or crystals as active medium has been carried out at the IGISOL facility at Louvainla- Neuve. The importance of properly controlling the operation conditions of the individual lasers via a reference atomic beam chamber is highlighted and design and implementation of such a compact device for permanent monitoring as well as possible regulation of the various laser parameters of relevance is discussed.
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T. Kron, R. Ferrer-Garcia, N. Lecesne, V. Sonnenschein, S. Raeder, et al.. Control of RILIS lasers at IGISOL facilities using a compact atomic beam reference cell. 6th Conference on Laser Probing (LAP2012), Jun 2012, Paris, France. pp.53-58, ⟨10.1007/s10751-012-0756-7⟩. ⟨in2p3-00926482⟩

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