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Technical Information – Beam intensity

SRC

For those who plan to propose an SRC-use experiment in the next PAC, please take a primary beam from the table, and the “expected" current also given in the table for its current. If you plan to use an unavailable beam which is denoted by “N/A” or not listed in the table, it is essentially important to make a contact with the RNC Accelerator Group well in advance before the proposal submission.

Beam particle E/A(MeV) Beam current (pnA) Injector
Maximum
(instantaneous) achieved so far
Expected ¶
(for exp. planning in your proposal)
d 250 1000 200 AVF
d(pol.) 250 120 30 AVF
4He 320 1000 1000 RILAC
14N 250 400 400 AVF
18O 230 400 400 AVF
16O 250 200 200 AVF
18O 250 200 200 AVF
18O 345 1000 500 RILAC
48Ca 345 530 400 RILAC
70Zn 345 123 100 RILAC
76Ge 345 not tested N/A RILAC
78Kr 345 486 300 RILAC2
86Kr 345 30 50 RILAC
136Xe 345 not tested 20 RILAC2
124Xe 345 100 80 RILAC2
238U 345 49 30 RILAC2
¶ Some intensities are limited by shielding requirements

Please also refer our tentative two-year plan of primary beams for BigRIPS-based experiments:

Fiscal Year 2015 : 2nd half of Fiscal Year 2015: 238U, 48Ca
Fiscal Year 2016 : 238U, (Light ions, 48Ca, 70Zn, 78Kr, 124Xe)

 

RRC

RRCのビームはAVF又はRILAC入射により提供されます。Neより重いビームをAVF入射で利用したい場合、東大 CNSと共同研究によりビーム開発する必要があります。実験提案の際は、事前に CNS の担当者とコンタクトを取るようお願いします。

Beams from RRC are delivered in the schemes of AVF or RILAC injection. If you plan to use RRC beams heavier than Ne isotopes in the AVF-injection scheme, they need to be developed in collaboration with CNS, University of Tokyo. It is essentially important to contact User Support Office or CNS before you submit a proposal.

Beam particle E/A(MeV) Current (pnA) Injector
p 210 1000 AVF
p(H2+) 70 1400 AVF
d(pol.) 135 100 AVF
4He 135 700 AVF
11B 70 300 AVF
12C 135 292 AVF
13C 100 500 AVF
115 470 AVF
14N 135 500 AVF
18O 100 1000 AVF
20Ne 135 120 AVF
22Ne 110 360 AVF
23Na 63 1000 RILAC
24Mg 100 78 AVF
28Si 135 50 AVF
32S 100 20 AVF
36Ar 115 40 AVF
40Ar 63 800 RILAC
95 80 AVF
40Ca 100 50 AVF
48Ca 63 250 RILAC
56Fe 90 1 AVF
58Fe 63 150 RILAC
58Ni 63 200 RILAC
95 6 AVF
70Zn 2.9 10000 RILAC
84Kr 38 1 RILAC
70 1 AVF
85Rb 66 0.02 AVF
87Rb 66 0.01 AVF
124Xe 10.75 1000 RILAC2
136Xe 10.75 250 RILAC2
238U 11 500 RILAC2

 

 

AVF

If you plan to use beams heavier than Ne isotopes, they need to be developed in collaboration with CNS, University of Tokyo. It is essentially important to contact User Support Office or CNS before you submit a proposal.

AVF Beams (typical)

Beam particle E/A(MeV) Current (pnA)
p 12 15000
14 30000
15.4 2000
d 4.9 300
12.0 10000
4He 5 100
6.25 2900
6.5 10
8.8 100
12.5 3900
6Li 11.2 2000
12 1500
7Li 3.5 1000
5 1500
5.6 1650
8.6 300
10B 8.5 500
11B 4 1200
4.6 1000
5.0 700
5.845 1000
6.13 1000
12C 7.3 1000
14N 5 100
6.67 1200
7.25 1200
8.4 500
15N 5.4 340
5.94 1200
6.116 1320
6.4 1200
7 600
16O 6.25 1000
6.8 2167
10 150
11 500
18O 4.9 800
6.07 800
6.28 1000
7 1200
19F 5 100
6.08 500
6.29 700
6.68 770
6.768 700
20Ne 5 100
6.2 300
8.2 250
22Ne 6.1 300
6.32 800
6.36 771
24Mg 7.5 0.1
28Si 4.75 10
7.4 150
8 100
31P 6 300
36Ar 3.6 200
40Ar 4 50
5.2 100
40Ca 5.89 125
42Ca 5.92 80
83Kr 5.45 4
84Kr 4 3

 

RILAC

For beams not listed here, please contact User Support Office or Accelerator Division directly before you submit a proposal.

RILAC Beams (typical)

Beam particle E/A(MeV) Current (pnA)
14N 0.45 3000
15N 1.2 7000
16O 6 10000
18O 6 10000
22Ne 6 10000
23Na 6 10000
24Mg 3.54 6000
24Mg 6.0 6000
26Mg 5.6 1500
27Al 5 4000
27Al 5.37 4000
40Ar 5.2 10000
48Ca 4.71 3000
56Fe 5.5 10000
58Fe 5.5 10000
70Zn 5.2 10000
5.5 5000
82Kr 4.8 500
86Kr 2.45 10000
136Xe 0.7 10000
238U 0.7 200

 

 

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