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  • Magnetically Activated and Guided Isotope Separation ...

    This thesis describes a proof-of-principle experiment demonstrating a technique for stable isotope enrichment called Magnetically Activated and Guided Isotope Separation (MAGIS). Over the past century many enriched isotopes have become available, thanks largely to electromagnetic separators called

  • Application to Lithium | SpringerLink

    With existing separation methods for lithium posing environmental hazards, our demonstration could be highly relevant for the future of lithium enrichment. In this chapter, we discuss both applications for lithium isotopes and existing methods for lithium enrichment. We proceed to discuss relevant characteristics of the lithium …

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    2018 05 07· Magnetically activated and guided isotope separation Magnetically activated and guided isotope separation the atoms enter a magnetic separation Get Price Isotopes for Medicine and the Life Sciences

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    THE POINTSMAN FOUNDATION The Pointsman Foundation is a not-for-profit 501c(3) organization headquartered in Austin, Texas. Its mission includes the advancement of production and use of stable isotopes and radioisotopes for medical treatments, diagnostics, and research using the patented Magnetically Activated and Guided Isotope Separation …

  • RAIZEN, MARK G - Physics - CNS Directory

    -Trapping of Atomic Hydrogen Isotopes ... "Cold atom experiment in quantum chaos," Mark Raizen and ... "Magnetically activated and guided isotope separation," M ...

  • Magnetically activated and guided isotope separation ...

    We propose a general method for efficient isotope separation. The principle of operation is based on an irreversible change of the mass-to-magnetic moment ratio of a particular isotope in an effusive atomic beam, followed by magnetic guiding. We show that scalability is feasible with this method ...

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    Isotope production is usually associated with nuclear reactors, but there are alternative approaches. One such proposal is based on the well-known atomic physics experimental techniques of optical pumping and magnetic guiding, and its viability for isotope separation is now experimentally demonstrated.