Isolde
Isolde
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Isolde
IsoldeThe Isotope mass separator on-line device (ISOLDE) studies the properties of atomic nuclei, with further applications in fundamental studies, astrophysics, material and life sciences. It is a unique source of low-energy beams of radioactive nuclides that is delivered to various experimental stations (around fifty each year). Presently more than 450 researchers are active at ISOLDE.
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