Status of the radiofrequency quadrupole cooler/buncher at TRIUMF-CANREB

18 Jul 2019, 15:30
Ball Room (McGill University)

Ball Room

McGill University

Thomson House 3650 McTavish Montreal, Quebec, H3A 1Y2 Canada


Dr Brad Schultz (TRIUMF)


The Canadian Rare-isotope facility with Electron Beam ion source (CANREB) is currently being commissioned at TRIUMF in Vancouver, Canada. CANREB will accept rare isotope beams from the Isotope Separator and Accelerator (ISAC) or Advanced Rare Isotope Laboratory (ARIEL) facilities. The ions will be charge bred using an electron beam ion source (EBIS) to 3 ≤ m/q ≤ 7 for post-acceleration to medium- and high-energy experiments. For injection into the EBIS, continuous ion beams from the source will be cooled and bunched using a radiofrequency quadrupole (RFQ) cooler/buncher. Results from initial RFQ commissioning tests, as well as an overall status of CANREB, will be presented.

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Dr Brad Schultz (TRIUMF)


Mrs Tiffany Angus (TRIUMF) Dr Chris Charles (TRIUMF) Dr Leigh Graham (TRIUMF) Mr Justin Lewis (TRIUMF) Dr Marco Marchetto (TRIUMF) Dr Matt Pearson (TRIUMF) Mr Mike Rowe (TRIUMF) Dr Suresh Saminathan (TRIUMF) Dr Andrea Teigelhoefer (TRIUMF) Dr Friedhelm Ames (TRIUMF)

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