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$^{26}$Al beam production by a solid state laser ion source at TRIUMF

T. Achtzehn
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J. Lassen
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P. Bricault
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D. Albers
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T.E. Cocolios
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M. Dombsky
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V. Hanemaayer
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J.P. Lavoie
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M.R. Pearson
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E.J. Prime
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K.D.A. Wendt
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Abstract

Many experiments carried out at radioactive beam facilities require the production of intense, isotopically clean and isobar free beams of a particular isotope. At TRIUMF the addition of a resonant ionization laser ion source (TRILIS) enables a multitude of new beams and therefore new experiments to be carried out. 26Al was one of the first radioactive ion beams delivered to an experiment using TRILIS. This paper outlines the development of the 26Al ion beam for nuclear astrophysics.

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in2p3-00174807 , version 1 (25-09-2007)

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T. Achtzehn, J. Lassen, P. Bricault, D. Albers, T.E. Cocolios, et al.. $^{26}$Al beam production by a solid state laser ion source at TRIUMF. Hyperfine Interactions, 2007, 174, pp.27-32. ⟨10.1007/s10751-007-9560-1⟩. ⟨in2p3-00174807⟩
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