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Reference number 4107   (Listed in Nov 05, 2009) (Categories Medical and pharmaceutical sciences / Environment and Energy / Materials / Aeronautics and Cosmology / Sociology, Culture, and Education)
Utilization of Accelerator Mass Spectrometry (AMS) Using Tandem Accelerator
Contents Tandem Accelerator Micro Analysis Laboratory (common facility of Department of Nuclear Engineering and Management, School of Engineering) is designed mainly for accelerator mass spectrometry (AMS). The types of nuclide to be measured include C-14, Be-10, Al-26, Cl-36 and I-129, and it is further developed in order to measure Si-32 and Ca-41.
In this facility, they will investigate and develop unique research topics with age measurement, medical and pharmaceutical tracer experiments, and global environment tracer experiments etc. by using AMS, and be capable of collaborating with companies etc. who are interested in this field. Specifically, the age measurement by C-14 and environmental evaluation by I-129 are ready to be implemented upon request. They also wish to conduct collaborative research aiming at development of stable ion sources which are important as an elemental technique for a more accurate AMS system.
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MATSUZAKI,Hiroyuki, Professor
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Outer Appearance of Micro Analysis Laboratory, Tandem accelerator (MALT) at University of Tokyo
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