Perturbed angular correlations at ISOLDE: a 40 years young technique

Schell, Juliana; Schaaf, Peter GND; Lupascu, Doru C.

The idea that “new-is-small” is a paradigm propelling industries and research: new materials for new applications and new technologies. Precise and efficient characterization techniques are, therefore, required to make the “new” and the “small”, understandable, applicable, and reliable. Within this concept, Time Differential Perturbed Angular Correlations, TDPAC, appears as one of the most exotic and efficient techniques to characterize materials and is celebrating 40 years at ISOLDE, CERN. In this overview we explore the TDPAC measurement possibilities at ISOLDE-CERN for solid state physics research with a rich potential due to the wide number of available radioactive probe elements, delivered with great purity and high yield.


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Perturbed angular correlations at ISOLDE: a 40 years young technique, 2017. . AIP Advances 7, 2017, art. 105017.
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