Status of AMS at iThemba LABS Gauteng. Review of Nuclear Sciences Cluster 10 May 2010. FN Tandem accelerator – fully refurbished with a once-off grant of R16M and ~R10M running costs (since 2005). Proposed layout of beam lines for AMS of the 6MV EN tandem accelerator.
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Review of Nuclear Sciences Cluster
10 May 2010
LLNL Multi cathode Source of Negative Ions by Cesium Sputtering for AMS
[Funded by grant from IAEA (R2.7M)]
iThemba LABS Negative Ion source by Cesium Sputtering base on the LLNL design for AMS
300 micro A Carbon 12
Electrostatic Analyzer and Analyzer Magnet under construction in Faure
Will be coupled to MC-SNICS ion source in Faure for testing before shipping to Gauteng to be coupled to FN Tandem