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Fine plastic foil as backing for sputtered nickel targets.

Stolarz A, Seppälä R - J Radioanal Nucl Chem (2013)

Bottom Line: Targets of (58)Ni and (60)Ni with areal density between 71 and 105 μg/cm(2) backed with polyimide foil of 35-40 μg/cm(2) were prepared by sputtering with Ar ions produced by a home made sputtering device at the Target Laboratory, University of Jyväskylä.The efficiency of the procedure was about 20 %.

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Affiliation: Heavy Ion Laboratory, University of Warsaw, Ul. Pasteura 5a, 02-093 Warsaw, Poland.

ABSTRACT

Targets of (58)Ni and (60)Ni with areal density between 71 and 105 μg/cm(2) backed with polyimide foil of 35-40 μg/cm(2) were prepared by sputtering with Ar ions produced by a home made sputtering device at the Target Laboratory, University of Jyväskylä. The efficiency of the procedure was about 20 %.

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The set of Ni targets supported by PIF (from the left positions 1, 4, 5) and self-supporting (positions 2, 3) after bombardment by the 20Ne9+ beam of 50 MeV with 30 nA intensity
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Fig6: The set of Ni targets supported by PIF (from the left positions 1, 4, 5) and self-supporting (positions 2, 3) after bombardment by the 20Ne9+ beam of 50 MeV with 30 nA intensity

Mentions: The thickness of a few randomly chosen targets was additionally determined with measurements of the alpha particles energy loss (Table 2). The obtained results confirmed the impact of the substrate rotation on the homogeneity of the deposit distribution (Fig. 6).Table 2


Fine plastic foil as backing for sputtered nickel targets.

Stolarz A, Seppälä R - J Radioanal Nucl Chem (2013)

The set of Ni targets supported by PIF (from the left positions 1, 4, 5) and self-supporting (positions 2, 3) after bombardment by the 20Ne9+ beam of 50 MeV with 30 nA intensity
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Fig6: The set of Ni targets supported by PIF (from the left positions 1, 4, 5) and self-supporting (positions 2, 3) after bombardment by the 20Ne9+ beam of 50 MeV with 30 nA intensity
Mentions: The thickness of a few randomly chosen targets was additionally determined with measurements of the alpha particles energy loss (Table 2). The obtained results confirmed the impact of the substrate rotation on the homogeneity of the deposit distribution (Fig. 6).Table 2

Bottom Line: Targets of (58)Ni and (60)Ni with areal density between 71 and 105 μg/cm(2) backed with polyimide foil of 35-40 μg/cm(2) were prepared by sputtering with Ar ions produced by a home made sputtering device at the Target Laboratory, University of Jyväskylä.The efficiency of the procedure was about 20 %.

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Affiliation: Heavy Ion Laboratory, University of Warsaw, Ul. Pasteura 5a, 02-093 Warsaw, Poland.

ABSTRACT

Targets of (58)Ni and (60)Ni with areal density between 71 and 105 μg/cm(2) backed with polyimide foil of 35-40 μg/cm(2) were prepared by sputtering with Ar ions produced by a home made sputtering device at the Target Laboratory, University of Jyväskylä. The efficiency of the procedure was about 20 %.

No MeSH data available.