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7 April 1995 Photon burst mass spectrometry: ultrasensitive detection of rare isotopes
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Abstract
Progress is reported on the development of a new technique for measurement of trace levels of radioisotopes which is based on fluorescence detection of output from a mass spectrometer. Significant achievements include the observation of fluorescence and burst signals from Kr isotopes, including enriched samples of 85Kr with a 4- collector system. An isotopic abundance sensitivity of about 10-8 is demonstrates with 83Kr and 85Kr.
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Christopher S. Hansen, X. J. Pan, William M. Fairbank Jr., Hank Oona, E. P. Chamberlin, Nicholas S. Nogar, and Bryan L. Fearey "Photon burst mass spectrometry: ultrasensitive detection of rare isotopes", Proc. SPIE 2385, Advanced Optical Methods for Ultrasensitive Detection, (7 April 1995); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.206441
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