Progress report of the innovated KIST ion beam facility
- Progress report of the innovated KIST ion beam facility
- 유병용; 송종한; 임원철; 채근화; 김준곤; 일랴드스 존
- Accelerator mass spectrometry (AMS); Ion beam analysis; Ion beam material modification; Radiocarbon (C-14); Radioiodine (I-129); Radioisotope; Bio-medical radio-isotope tracing
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- Nuclear instruments & methods in physics research. Section B, Beam interactions with materials and atoms
- VOL 391-63
- The Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST, Seoul, Republic of (S.) Korea) ion beam facility consists of three electrostatic accelerators: a 400 kV single ended ion implanter, a 2 MV tandem accelerator system and a 6 MV tandem accelerator system. The 400 kV and 6 MV systems were purchased from High Voltage Engineering Europa (HVEE, Netherlands) and commissioned in 2013, while the 2 MV system was purchased from National Electrostatics Corporation (NEC, USA) in 1995. These systems are used to provide traditional ion beam analysis (IBA), isotope ratio analysis (ex. accelerator mass spectrometry, AMS), and ion implantation/irradiation for domestic industrial and academic users. The main facility is the 6 MV HVEE Tandetron system that has an AMS line currently used for 10Be, 14C, 26Al, 36 Cl, 41Ca and 129I analyses, and three lines for IBA that are under construction. Here, these systems are introduced with their specifications and initial performance results.
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