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Title: APDAS - applied physics division analytical services: accelerator based techniques
Authors: Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation
Keywords: PIXE analysis
Oxygen 18
Nuclear reaction analysis
Computer codes
Accelerators
Ions
Publisher: Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation
Citation: Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (n.d.). APDAS - applied physics division analytical services: accelerator based techniques. Lucas Heights, NSW: Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation.
Abstract: APDAS (Applied Physics Division Analytical Services) is a service supplied by the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation, a government-funded body committed to building and maintaining strong links with industry by providing scientific and technical goods and services wherever possible. Because of its background and achievements in high-tech research, APDAS can provide solutions to many of the problems that arise in Australian industries. One of the facilities available to APDAS is a positive ion particle accelerator. This enables any positive ion in a gaseous medium to be accelerated to energies ranging from a few hundred thousand to three million electron volts for single charge states. The accelerated ions strike a target causing nuclear reactions which allow several types of analyses including elemental analysis to be performed. In this APDAS facility, ion beams can be steady-state or pulsed with pulse durations as low as three nanoseconds. Target preparation and fully automated data recording are also available.
Gov't Doc #: 52
URI: http://apo.ansto.gov.au/dspace/handle/10238/2051
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