A Review of Novel Instrumentation for Matrix Independent Ultratrace Analysis of Radionuclides using Collinear Resonance Ionisation Spectroscopy (CRIS)
Department of Physics, The University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom
2 Photon Science Institute, The University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom
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Published online: 11 April 2022
The CRIS setup at CERN-ISOLDE is a high resolution laser spectroscopy experiment that is used to characterise exotic radionuclei with very low production rates. Acquisition of hyperfine spectra enable nuclear spins and precise values of nuclear magnetic dipole and electric quadrupole moments to be determined. The high sensitivity of the CRIS technique combined with the high selectivity make it an ideal candidate for quantitation of analytes in complex matrices. This review article reports on novel instrumentation under development at the University of Manchester, utilising the CRIS technique for targeted matrix independent ultra-trace analysis.
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