The CISe project

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

Ball Room

McGill University

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


Julia Even (University of Groningen)


Gas-catchers are widely used in experimental nuclear physics to slow down for precision measurements. Chemical reactions of the ions with impurities in the gas can affect the extraction efficiency. Thus, there is lots of effort to keep the gas inside the catcher as clean as possible.
Our aim is to explore the potential of chemical reactions for Chemical Isobaric Separation (CISe). We are currently building a new setup consisting of a gas-catcher and a commercial quadrupole Time-of-Flight mass-spectrometer. First studies in a hexapol collision cell have been performed to investigate the ion chemistry of tin, indium, cadmium and silver.
In this contribution, an overview of the project will be presented.

Primary authors

Julia Even (University of Groningen) Brankica Andjelic (HI Mainz, KVI-CART/Univ. Groningen) Ms Luisa Fernanda Arcial (University of Groningen) Mr Ali Mollaebrahimi (University of Groningen) Michael Block (JGU Mainz, HI Mainz, GSI Darmstadt) Francesca Giacoppo (GSI Darmstadt, HI Mainz) Nasser Kalantar-Nayestanaki (KVI-CART/Univ. Groningen) Mr Oliver Kaleja (MPIK Heidelberg, JGU Mainz, GSI Darmstadt) Mr Rob Kremers (University of Groningen) Mustapha Laatiaoui (JGU Mainz, HI Mainz) Mr Peter Lemmens (University of Groningen) Sebastian Raeder (GSI Darmstadt) Mr Henk Smit (University of Groningen)

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