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Proceedings Particle Accelerator Conference
Widespread scientific interest has developed in using accelerated Radioactive Ion Beams (RIBs) for nuclear physics, astrophysics, solid-state physics, and applied studies. Two general methods can be used to produce RIBs: the recoil fragmentation method and the Isotope-Separator-On-Line (ISOL) method. The recoil-fragmentation method requires one accelerator, filters radioactive fragments produced from medium-energy heavy-ion beams incident on thin targets, and is relatively well developed. Thisdoi:10.1109/pac.1995.504646 fatcat:5ey6vobiufebhhox77eityv6ci