File:1 MV accelerator mass spectrometer.jpg

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English: Accelerator mass spectrometer at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory


"The 1 MV accelerator mass spectrometer was (see photo) developed partially under the Resource funding. 14C and tritium analyses of biomedical samples submitted by Resource users are conducted using this 1 MV system. The AMS spectrometer consists of a cesium sputter source, low-energy injection beam line, the high voltage collision cell (accelerator), a high-energy mass spectrometer and a particle detector for energy measurements (proceeding clockwise from lower left in the photograph)."
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current19:07, 8 July 2015Thumbnail for version as of 19:07, 8 July 2015800 × 530 (99 KB)JMKauto correct function in MS picture manager enhances the clarity of the machinery
14:33, 20 August 2007Thumbnail for version as of 14:33, 20 August 2007800 × 530 (90 KB)KkmurrayAccelerator mass spectrometer at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory http://bioams.llnl.gov/equipment.php "The 1 MV accelerator mass spectrometer was (see photo) developed partially under the Resource funding. 14C and tritium analyses of biomedical s

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