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A cheap and compact mass spectrometer for radioactive ions based on a Wien filter

Abstract : This paper presents simulations of a mass spectrometer composed of one or two Wien filters. The ion source used is MONO1000 ECRIS. This ion source can produce singly charged ions with high efficiency, especially for gaseous materials. After extraction, the ions are mass selected and can be injected either into a beam line towards an experiment area or in an N+ charge booster. Due to its compactness and simplicity the proposed spectrometer is well adapted for preparing and analyzing radioactive beams. The simulations are based on the SIMION 3D [http://www.simion.com/] software.
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Christophe Pierret, Laurent Maunoury, J.Y. Pacquet, M.G. Saint-Laurent, O. Tuske. A cheap and compact mass spectrometer for radioactive ions based on a Wien filter. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B: Beam Interactions with Materials and Atoms, Elsevier, 2008, 266, pp.4551-4555. ⟨cea-00344266⟩

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