Measurement of Radioactive Caesium Isotopes by Accelerator Mass Spectrometry

Cole MacDonald
The first measurements of the radioactive 135Cs and 134Cs isotopes were made on an accelerator mass spectrometer. The natural Ba interference was suppressed using an isobar separator for anions (ISA) in order to measure the less abundant isobaric 134Cs and 135Cs isotopes. It was found that the Ba interference could be suppressed by a factor of 2 × 10^5 while 25% of Cs was transmitted. Furthermore, through comparing the known natural abundance of Ba isotopes...
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