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PREFACE

CONTENTS

I. THE TOHOKU CYCLOTRON (250 kb)

  1. General
  2. Outline of the Cyclotron
  3. Performance Test of the Cyclotron
  4. Operation, Maintenance and Development

II. BEAM TRANSPORT SYSTEM (247 kb)

  1. General Description
  2. Beam Opticts
  3. Vacuum System

III. DATA AQUISITION

  1. System Description (93 kb)

IV. INSTRUMENTATION FOR RESEARCH

  1. The Electromagnetic Isotope Separator Facility (148kb)
  2. Equipments for x-ray Measurement (177kb)
  3. The Neutron Time-of-Flight Facility (150kb)

V. PHYSICS AND TECHNOLOGY

  1. Observation of T=1 and T=0 Gamow-Teller States in the 54Fe(p,n)54CO Reaction (178kb)
  2. Observation of Split lsobaric-Analog-State in 56Co through the 56Fe(p,n)56CO Reaction (140kb)
  3. The Energy Dependence of the Spin-isospin Effective lnteraction through the 56Fe(p,n)56CO Reaction (114kb)
  4. Population of Analogs of Excited States in the 56Fe(p,n)56CO Reaction at Ep=28-, 32- and 35-MeV (122kb)
  5. Gamow-Teller Strength Distributions Observed in the (p,n)Reactions on A= 56 Nuclei (169kb)
  6. Decay of 59zn by ISOL (127kb)
  7. A Study of the Low Energy Octupole Resonance (92kb)
  8. An ln-Beam Study of Hyperfine lnteractions of 69Ge in Zn (147kb)
  9. The(p,n)Reaction on Cadmium lsotopes Leading to the Ground- and Excited-State Analogs (168kb)
  10. Nuclear g-factor of the 10(+)Isomar in 140Nd (170kb)
  11. A Nuclear Structure Study of Doubly Odd Nuclei 154Tb and 156Ho (115kb)
  12. Internal Conversion of Valence-Shell Electrons; Measurement and Analysis of the 10,84 KeV Transition in 206Bi (145kb)
  13. A Study of Magnetic Circuits Employing Permanent Magnets (115kb)
  14. On the Representation of Transmission Curves for Low- Energy Electrons through Thin Foils (117kb)
  15. A Program for Computation of Magnetic Field of an Electromagnet (71kb)
  16. Calculation of the Performance of an lron-Free -pai 2 Spectrometer as a Spectrograph (138kb)
  17. Detection Efficiency of Lorentz and Dispersion Types of Resonance (94kb)
  18. Measurement of Response Functions for NE213 in 6,4< En <1 34 MeV (128kb)
  19. Neutron Response Matrix for Unfolding NE-213 Scintillator Measurements in 6 < En < 34 MeV (95kb)
  20. Production of 119Sn by alpha-Particle Bombardment of Enriched 116Cd (78kb)
  21. Preparation of Short-Life Berkelium Tracers by 241Al(a,xn)or 243Am(a,xn)Reactions (114kb)
  22. An lmproved Water-Cooled Target Holder for Preparation of Mossbauer Source by Proton lrradiation (59kb)
  23. Implantation of Radtoactive 119Sb (86kb)
  24. Diffusion of Radioisotopes ln Soltd (118kb)
  25. Mossbauer Effect Measurements on Valence Fluctuating Compound Sm3Se4 (91kb)
  26. Mossbauer Spectra of lron Sulfide Fe1-xS (83kb)
  27. K-, L- and M-Shell Ionizations by 3-40-Proton lmpact (163kb)
  28. Quasifree Electron Bremsstrahlung Induced by Projectile Field (146kb)
  29. Projectile-Charge Dependence of K-shell Ionization Cross Section of A1 (105kb)
  30. PIXE wfth High-Energy Proton Beams (149kb)
  31. Estimatton of Recovery Efficiency of lron from Red Mud and lron Concentrated Tailing by PIXE Method (93kb)
  32. Hydrogen in Cyclotron-Irradiated Niobium (180kb)
  33. Depth Dependence of Radiation Hardening in 10 MeV 4He+ Ion Bombarded Molybdenum (94kb)
  34. Heating of Accelerator Targets Behaviours (102kb)
  35. Tensfle Property of lon lrradiated Metals (95kb)
  36. Surface and Depth Profile Analysis by the lon lnduced Light Emission (138kb)
  37. Activation Analyses wtth High-Energy-Charged Particles; Excitation Function of the Reactton 16O(3He,p)18F (128kb)

VI. CHEMISTRY

  1. Automated Syntheses of Carrier-Free 18F-Labelled Alkylfluorides (97kb)
  2. Automated Syntheses of Carrier-Free 77Br-Labelled Alkylbromides (82kb)
  3. Synthesis of Technetium Labeled Complexed Recoil lmplantation (85kb)
  4. Coprecipitation of Carrier-Free 96Tco4- with Tetraphenylarsonium Perchlorate (85kb)
  5. Excitation Functions for 3He-Induced Reactions on Silver (98kb)
  6. Comparison of the Methods for the Background Reaction of Thick Targets in Routine PIXE Analysis (85kb)
  7. Multielement Analysis of Biological and Geologica1 Materials with Charged Particle Activation (110kb)
  8. Distribution of Strontium into Various Types of Zeolites (140kb)

VII. BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE

  1. Experimental Study on Proton Radiography for Medtcal Use (136kb)
  2. Control of Proton-Bealn for Biological and Medicallrradiation tn the Tohoku AVF Cyclotron (111kb)
  3. Proton lnduced X-ray Emission Spectroscopy Hethod for Aging Analysis (80kb)
  4. Monochromatic Medical Radiography by Particle Bombard-ment (179kb)
  5. Production of Positron Emitting Radioisotopes forMedtcal Use (101kb)
  6. Radioimlnunoassay for Bradykinin (153kb)
  7. Metabolism of Auxin and the Related Compounds in Plant Roots (76kb)
  8. Structure and Metabolic Turnover of Plant Cell Walls (107kb)
  9. Movements of 86Rb+ during Trapping Behaviors in an Aquatic lnsecttvorous Plant Aldrovanda Vesiculosa (115kb)
  10. ATP lncreases the Amount of Ca Binding by Sarcoplasmic Reticulum Ca-ATPASE in the Absence of Added Mg2+ (77kb)

VIII. TECHNICAL DEVELOPMENTS

  1. Acceleration Test (181kb)
  2. Phase History Measurement of the Cyclotron (137kb)
  3. Heavy lon Acceleration (113kb)
  4. An Apparatus for Measuring the Beam Emittance of theTohoku AVF Cyclotron (245kb)
  5. Performance of a Beam Pulsing System for Delayed r-ray Measurement (170kb)

IX. RADIATION PROTECTION AND TRAINING OF SAFEHANDLING

  1. Training of Safehandling of Radiation and Radioisotopes for Beginners in Tohoku University (26kb)
  2. Radiation Protection (56kb)