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Tandem Accelerator Measurements of 10Be Deposition Rates

  • DE Nelson (a1), R G Korteling (a1), J R Southon (a1), J S Vogel (a1), I Nowikow (a1), T L Ku (a2), Masashi Kusakabe (a2) and J L Reyss (a2)...

Abstract

A Tandem Van de Graaff accelerator has been modified for use in the direct measurement of natural abundances of 10Be and 14C. A description of the system is given and some 10Be results on oceanographic samples are discussed.

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Corresponding author

Also: Department of Physics, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
∗∗ Permanent address: Centre des Faibles Radioactivités, 91190 Gif-sur-Yvette, France

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Tandem Accelerator Measurements of 10Be Deposition Rates

  • DE Nelson (a1), R G Korteling (a1), J R Southon (a1), J S Vogel (a1), I Nowikow (a1), T L Ku (a2), Masashi Kusakabe (a2) and J L Reyss (a2)...

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