The radioisotope implanter is used for the low energy (50 – 150 kV) ion implantation of radioisotopes as negative ions. It's employed to explore the process of ion implantation, as well as to implant dilute concentrations of radioactive probes in host materials for the purpose of in-house radiative detection techniques such as: 

  • low-temperature nuclear orientation 
  • nuclear magnetic resonance on oriented nuclei 
  • perturbed angular correlation  
  • source geometry Mössbauer spectroscopy.