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Offline 2, ISOLDE's target, laser and beams development facility

Journal article
Authors S. Warren
T. Giles
C. M. Pequeno
Annie Ringvall-Moberg
Published in Nuclear Instruments & Methods in Physics Research Section B-Beam Interactions with Materials and Atoms
Volume 463
Pages 115-118
ISSN 0168-583X
Publication year 2020
Published at Department of Physics (GU)
Pages 115-118
Language en
Keywords Offline 2, ISOLDE, Instruments & Instrumentation, Nuclear Science & Technology, Physics
Subject categories Physical Sciences


Offline 2 is an entirely new research and development mass separator laboratory for the ISOLDE facility located on the Meyrin site of CERN. It closely resembles beam production (for non-radioactive beams) of the on-line (radioactive) systems at ISOLDE with machine versatility and flexibility at the core of its design. The beam optics and down stream beam preparation can deliver bunched beams or continuous beams of negative or positive ions with kinetic energies up to 60 keV. The mass resolving power of the separator operating with a typical ISOLDE ion source is R similar to 500. All of this is housed within a highly accessible 125 m(2) work area with multiple beam optics instruments to determine the beam quality, quantify modifications, develop new technologies and create alternate beam tunes, with the purpose of improving the beams and targets used during on-line operations.

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