Ethylene glycol, 1-butanol, and toluene highly enriched in 13C have been used at LAMPF to produce dynamically polarized 13C targets for scattering experiments with protons and pions. Preparation of the materials and characteristic properties of these, targets are described.
KeywordsCrystallization Microwave Toluene Ethylene Glycol Monohydrate
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