The chart contains data (isotope, energy, intensity etc.) related to the currently available and future beams at the GANIL.Five facilities are considered in these chart:
The data are given for each element and each facility in a file that can be consulted on-line and downloaded as a pdf file.Radioactive ion beams produced by in-flight projectile fragmentation at the LISE spectrometer are not (yet!) indicated in this chart but they can be calculated using the LISE program: http://groups.nscl.msu.edu/lise/lise.html. If you require assistance with the LISE program for the purpose of submitting a proposal you are encouraged to contact the LISE scientific coordinator as soon as possible and well in advance of the PAC deadline.
The chart of beams was initially developed by: M.Fadil (nuclear data), L. Fortin (software development), M. Lewitowicz and N. Menard.
|To Be Produced|
|Not Produced (yet)|
When you open for the first time the chart, the nuclei on the chart are presented in six colors, three of them for the stable beams:
And the other three for the radioactive ones:
|You can choose to show the data, on the chart of beams, of all facilities or by the production method (stable or radioactive) or by facility.|
|When you click on any “produced” or “to be produced” isotope (112Sn for example) a new window opens. This window presents the data (on tables) of the beams of all isotopes for the same element (112Sn, 114Sn, ...) concerning the chosen facility.|
|If the isotope is produced by more than one facility, you can show the data by clocking on the orienting raw:
|Finally, you can download in pdf format the data files for each facility and for each element by clicking the download symbol ()|
For any question concerning the beams data published on this Chart or if there is any need of new beams (not published on this website) please send your questions/requests by email :
|SPIRAL2 Phase2 50kWfirstname.lastname@example.org|
For any general question or any comment concerning the chart of beams itself, its operation or functions please contact the development team : email@example.com