Isotope Beams

The FRIB cryogenic plant made its first liquid helium at 4.5 kelvin (K) on 16 November 2017. Making cold helium is critical to operating FRIB’s linear accelerator. FRIB’s beam-accelerating cryomodules contain superconducting radio frequency cavities that must operate at temperatures hundreds of degrees below zero to be superconducting. The cold helium will make the cavities superconducting.

Rare isotope accelerator takes shape on MSU’s campus

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Michigan Builds up to Rare Isotope Beams | Berkeley Lab

FRIB opens doors to the public Aug. 20

Thermal Ionization Mass Spectrometry (TIMS)

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CNS Dean's Freshmen Welcome Presentation 2011

TE-EPC-LPC HIE-Isolde General

Neutron and Gamma Generators

China | Research at Michigan State University

A primer on particle accelerators | symmetry magazine

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TE-EPC-LPC HIE-Isolde General

Hong Kong Nuclear Society

Plutonium signature captured after 50 years of trying ...

Soft matter - Scientific disciplines - Neutron research ...

Uses of Cobalt-60 - Radioactive Isotopes

Cyclotron | CEMHTI CNRS UPR3079 Orléans France