RESULTS OF RADIOISOTOPE MEASUREMENTS AT THE NSF-UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA TANDEM ACCELERATOR MASS SPECTROMETER FACILITY.

D. J. Donahue, A. J T Jull, T. H. Zabel

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In this paper the authors will describe the operation of the University of Arizona tandem accelerator mass spectrometer (TAMS) facility. Results are presented of some measurements performed to demonstrate the reliability of its performance. Several experiments which have been completed on samples of archaeologic and geophysical interest are described.

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Radioisotopes
mass spectrometers
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accelerators
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