Radioactive Beams Delivered by ATLAS

Updated July, 2009


a Beams produced using the "In-flight" method (Rev. Sci. Instrum. 71, 380 (2008)) (see below).
b Beams produced using the "Two-accelerator" or "Batch" method (see below).
c Allowed maximum radiation may limit beam current.
d Used so far for implantation only.

Ion Half-Life Reaction Intensity
(ions/sec/pnA)
Opening Angle
(degrees)
Production
Energy
(MeV)
Max. Rate
(ions/sec)
  6Hea,c   0.807 sec d(7Li,6He)3He 150 19 75 1 x 104
8Lia,c 0.838 sec d(7Li,8Li)p 2000 11 71 1.5 x 105
8Ba,c,d 0.770 sec 3He(6Li,8B)n 10 13 27  
11Ca,c   20.385 min   p(11B,11C)n 2300 4.5 105 2 x 105 
12Ba   20.20 ms   d(11B,12B)p 2000 7.45 70 2 x 105 
14Oa 70.606 sec   p(14N,14O)n 1200 2.9 170  
16Na 7.13 sec   d(15N,16N)p 30000 5.4 70 3 x 106 
17Fa 64.49 sec   d(16O,17F)n
p(17O,17F)n
20000
20000
4.5
1.7
~90 2 x 106 
20Naa,d 0.448 sec    3He(19F,20Na)2n   ~1   148  
21Naa 22.48 sec   d(20Ne,21Na)n
p(21Ne,21Ne)n
4000
8000
4.0
2.6
113 2 x 106 
25Ala 7.183 sec   d(24Mg,25Al)n
p(25Mg,25Al)n
1000
2000
3.7
2.2
204
180
 
33Cla 2.5 sec   d(32S,33Cl)n 1000 2.5 250 5 x 104
37Ka 1.226 sec   d(36Ar,37K)n 1200 2.2 280  
18Fb 109.77 min           6 x 106 
44Tib 59 yr           5 x 105 
56Nib
56Cob 
6.10 day
77.12 day  
        5 x 104
2 x 105 

 


Radioactive Beam Production Methods at ATLAS