Accelerator Mass Spectrometry: Some future research directions at the NSL
Prof. Philippe Collon
Department of Physics, University of Notre Dame
Accelerator Mass Spectrometry (AMS) or (looking for the needle in the haystack) is a highly sensitive detection technique for long-lived radioactive tracers with minute concentrations in the environment or specific samples, with applications ranging from tracing ocean circulation, climate, and nuclear forensics to solar system formation and galactic radioactivity.
The talk will give a short overview of the technique, but it will mostly concentrate on recent results at the NSL and present the status of the AMS “facility” after a number of recent upgrades, its future research and development plans, as well as present some of the activities of the group at Argonne National Laboratory.
All interested persons are invited to attend remotely—email email@example.com for information.
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Originally published at physics.nd.edu.