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 team responsible of the development of the chart of beams and its regular update : M.Fadil (nuclear data), L. Fortin (software development), M. Lewitowicz and N. Menard.
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|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 :
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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