A Cryostat for Sample Irradiations in Liquid Argon
Irradiated ammonia, having relatively high polarizable contents and high resistivity to radiation damage is one of the preferable materials for polarized targets . The irradiation can be performed either in a cryostat of a polarized target (“low temperature” irradiation) at Tirr ≈1K, or in a medium of liquid argon (“high temperature” irradiation) at Tirr = 90K.
KeywordsLiquid Argon Irradiation Cell Full Annealing Beam Monitor Lock Chamber
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