View of beam lines from two accelerators, analyzing magnets and experimental chambers at Sandia National Laboratories

The photo shows the beam lines from two accelerators. Also seen are the analyzing magnets and several experimental chambers. The far magnet and beam lines are from a low energy accelerator (0-400 kilovolts) and are used for hydrogen implantation. The near magnet and beam lines are for a 2 megavolt Van de Graaff accelerator and are used for nuclear reaction analysis of hydrogen isotopes. The situ hydrogen isotope implantation and nuclear reaction analysis studies discussed in the article are carried out in the chamber with intersecting beam lines from the two accelerators., Credit Line: Sandia National Laboratories, courtesy of AIP Emilio Segrè Visual Archives, Physics Today Collection
Abstract/Description: The photo shows the beam lines from two accelerators. Also seen are the analyzing magnets and several experimental chambers. The far magnet and beam lines are from a low energy accelerator (0-400 kilovolts) and are used for hydrogen implantation. The near magnet and beam lines are for a 2 megavolt Van de Graaff accelerator and are used for nuclear reaction analysis of hydrogen isotopes. The situ hydrogen isotope implantation and nuclear reaction analysis studies discussed in the article are carried out in the chamber with intersecting beam lines from the two accelerators.
Subject(s): Energy
Magnets
Nuclear physics--Research
Laboratories
Equipment and supplies
Aerial views
Albuquerque (N. M.)
Sandia National Laboratories
Credit Line: Sandia National Laboratories, courtesy of AIP Emilio Segrè Visual Archives, Physics Today Collection
Catalog ID: Sandia National Laboratories F1