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    IC-100 heavy ion cyclic implanter was designed at the FLNR JINR in 1985 for acceleration of ions from carbon(12C+2) to argon (40Ar+7) with fixed energy of 1.2 MeV/nucl at HF system forth harmonic and of 0.6 MeV/nucl at HF sixth harmonic.
    Special-purpose beam transportation line with polymer film irradiation unit has been created as well as a box for heavy ion beam research. Two-plane beam scan system was installed in the extracted beam transportation line [7] so that to implant ions uniformly over a 600x200 mm target.

    PIG ion source was used at the accelerator to determine the accelerated ion mass range. Years 2003-2005 update resulted in IC-100 being equipped with external axial beam injection system and superconducting ECR ion source which allowed to produce intensive beams of highly charged ions of xenon, iodine, krypton, argon and other heavy elements of the Periodic Table. Helix inflector is installed in the center of the accelerator.


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      Realized in operation
    Accelerated ions
      22Ne+4 40Ar+7
      56Fe+10 86Kr+15
      127I+22 132Xe+23 132Xe+24
      182W+32 184W+31 184W+32
    Range of accelerated ions
      A/Z = 5.545.95
    Acceleration harmonic
    Ion energy
      0.9 ÷ 1.1 MeV/nucl
    Average magnetic field
      1.7841.93 T
    HF frequency
      19.8 ÷ 20.6 МГц
    Injection energy
      14 ÷ 15 kV
    Injection line vacuum
      1.5·10-7 Torr
    Cyclotron operating vacuum
      5·10-8 Torr
    Dee voltage
      45455 kV
    Efficiency of injection line beam transportation
    after separation
    ECR ion source beam emittance after separation
    and collimation in analyzing magnet
      ~ 250 π mm·mrad (estimate)
      (4 RMS)
    Injection line acceptance
      ~ 220 mm·mrad (estimate)
    Accelerated and extracted 86Kr+15 beam intensity
      1.4·1012 particles/sec
      (3.5 mcA)
    Accelerated and extracted 132Xe+23 beam intensity
      ~ 1012 particles/sec
      (3.7 mcA)
    Uniformity of track membrane pore density
      ± 10%
    Long-term stability of extracted beam current
    Uniformity of hole density after the multiple film passage
      < ± 5%


    IC-100 cyclotron was designed to accelerate multicharged ions with A/Z = 5.3 ÷ 6.0, which imposes rigorous criterions on production of intensive beams of highly charged ions of heavy elements. For this purpose the FLNR in cooperation with the LHE research scientists developed superconductive ECR ion source of about 3 T axial field level and 18 GHz SHF heating frequency [3,4]. After the injected beam separation and collimation on a diaphragm 20 mm in diameter 86Kr+15 ion beam current amounts to 60-70 microampere and 132Xe+23 ion beam current comes to 35 microampere.

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    1. V.V.Boltushkin et al., JINR Reports, 9-86-305, Dubna, 1986.
    2. G.G.Gulbekian et al., JINR Reports, 9-86-785, Dubna, 1986.
    3. B.N.Gikal et al. Update of IC-100 cyclic implanter. JINR Reports, 39-2003-121, Dubna, 2003.
    4. A.Efremov, V.Bekhterev,S.Bogomolov et al. Status of the ion source DECRIS-SC, Review of Scientific Instruments 77, 03A320, 2006
    5. A.M.Andrianov et al., JINR Reports, 9-85-598, Dubna, 1985.
    6. G.G.Gulbekian, E.L.Ivanov, JINR Reports, 9-87-495, Dubna, 1987.
    7. B.N.Gikal et al., JINR Reports, R9-02-240, Dubna, 2002.
    8. V. Alexandrov et al. Proc. of the Workshop on Space Charge Dominated Beam Phys.for Heavy Ion Fusion ECR-Sources, Riken, Saitama, Japan, Dec.1998, p. 49.
    9. B.N.Gikal, G.G.Gulbekian, A.V.Tikhomirov. Proceedings of EPAC 98, Stockholm, 1998, p. 2199.
    10. A.V.Tikhomirov, G.G. Gulbekian, P. Kovac, J. Vacuum 52, 1999, p. 401.
    11. T.Nakagava, J.Arje et al. Production of highly charged metal ion beams from organic metal compounds at RIKEN 18 GHz ECRIS. NIM, A396 (1997), 9-12.

    Boris Nikolaevich Gikal
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      Gikal Boris Nikolaevich
      Head of the accelerator department

      Telephone: (7 49621) 6 44 15

      Fax: (7 49621) 6 50 83

      E-mail : gikal@jinr.ru