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Hyperfine Interactions 171 (2006) 127-134
TRIUMF resonant ionization laser ion source - Ga, Al and Be radioactive ion beam development
E.J. Prime, J. Lassen, T. Achtzehn, D. Albers, P. Bricault, T. Cocolios, M. Dombsky, F. Labrecque, J.P. Lavoie, M. R. Pearson, T. Stubbe, N. Lecesne1, Ch. Geppert, K.D.A. Wendt
(2006)

The range of isotopes available at the TRIUMF Isotope Separator Accelerator (ISAC) facility has been greatly enhanced by adding a Resonance Ionization Laser Ion Source (RILIS). A large wavelength range is accessible with the fundamental, second and third harmonic generation of titanium-sapphire laser light. In addition a dedicated laser is available for non-resonant laser ionization. The first on-line beam 62Ga was delivered in Dec. 2004. In general RILIS improves the intensity, purity and emittance of ion beams. 62Ga and 26Al and Be beams have been delivered so far on-line.
1 :  GANIL - Grand Accélérateur National d'Ions Lourds
Physique/Physique Nucléaire Expérimentale
laser ion source - radioactive ion beam - resonance ionization - titanium-sapphire laser - TRIUMF-ISAC - Ga - Al - Be