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Title: Isotope separator for external ion injection into EBIS

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Research Org.:
Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL), Upton, NY (United States)
Sponsoring Org.:
USDOE Office of Science (SC), Nuclear Physics (NP) (SC-26)
OSTI Identifier:
1402420
Report Number(s):
BNL-113869-2017-CP
R&D Project: KBCH139; 18033; KB0202011
DOE Contract Number:
SC0012704
Resource Type:
Conference
Resource Relation:
Conference: 17th International Conference on Ion Sources (ICIS 2017); Centre International de Conference (CICG), Geneva, Switzerland; 20171015 through 20171020
Country of Publication:
United States
Language:
English
Subject:
43 PARTICLE ACCELERATORS

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Kondrashev S., Beebe E., Coe, B., McCafferty, D., and Ritter J. Isotope separator for external ion injection into EBIS. United States: N. p., 2017. Web.
Kondrashev S., Beebe E., Coe, B., McCafferty, D., & Ritter J. Isotope separator for external ion injection into EBIS. United States.
Kondrashev S., Beebe E., Coe, B., McCafferty, D., and Ritter J. 2017. "Isotope separator for external ion injection into EBIS". United States. doi:. https://www.osti.gov/servlets/purl/1402420.
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  • Experiments on the BNL EBIS Test Stand (EBTS) with the ion trap extending beyond the edges of the superconducting solenoid had the main goal to study ion trap operation with a trap length exceeding that of the normal EBTS trap. Preliminary results indicate that the ion trap with length 107 cm is stable and controllable in the same fashion as our normal 70 cm trap with a multiampere electron beam. EBTS operation with ion trap 145 cm long and with electron current up to 3 A in earlier experiments also was stable and yielded more ions than from the basicmore » ''short'' trap. These results increased our confidence in operation of the proposed RHIC in a stable mode and in the correctness of linear scaling of ion intensity with the length of the ion trap.« less
  • Experiments with reaccelerated beams are an essential component of the science program of existing and future rare isotope beam facilities. NSCL is currently constructing ReA3, a reaccelerator for rare isotopes that have been produced by projectile fragmentation and in-flight fission and that have been thermalized in a gas stopper. The resulting low-energy beam will be brought to an Electron Beam Ion Source/Trap (EBIS/T) in order to obtain highly charged ions at an energy of 12 keV/u. This charge breeder is followed by a compact linear accelerator with a maximum beam energy of 3MeV/u for U-238 and higher energies for lightermore » isotopes. Next-generation rare isotope beam facilities like the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams FRIB, but also existing Isotope Separator On-line (ISOL) facilities are expected to provide rare-isotope beam rates in the order of 10(11) particles per second for reacceleration. At present the most promising scheme to efficiently start the reacceleration of these intense beams is the use of a next-generation high-current charge-breeder based on an EBIS/T. MSU has formed a collaboration to develop an EBIT for this purpose. A new high-current EBIS/T breeder will be developed and constructed at MSU, where also first tests on achievable beam rate capability will be performed. The EBIT is planned to be installed at the Isotope Separator and Accelerator facility ISAC at TRIUMF laboratory for on-line tests with rare isotope beams and to provide intense energetic reaccelerated radioactive beams. The status of the ReA3-EBIS/T in the NSCL reaccelerator project is given with a brief summary of results, followed by a discussion of plans for the future high-intensity EBIS/T charge breeder.« less