E.M. Isotope Separation and In-Beam Electron Spectroscopy
The present status and future prospects of the relationship between EM isotope separation and in-beam electron spectroscopy are briefly outlined. A few recent developments on the ion-collection techniques used in EM isotope separators for the preparation of thin extended and highly enriched platinum-198 targets employed in high resolution, low energy, internal conversion measurements made with the spectrometer BILL of the Laue-Langevin Institute are reported.
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