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Materials Analysis in Nuclear Science with Dynamic SIMS

The Dynamic SIMS (Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry) technique is routinely used for a variety of nuclear science and engineering applications.

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SIMS for Materials Analysis in Nuclear Science
SIMS Applications to Nuclear Science: Fission Products Behavior
Radiation Protection: Intracellular uranium detection with SIMS

Offering extreme sensitivity, high depth and lateral resolution together with high throughput, Dynamic SIMS can be applied to: 

> Characterization of plasma facing materials in fusion devices
> Control of thermal and irradiation effects on fission products
> Investigation of long-term behavior of nuclear materials for safe waste disposal
> Study of uranium accumulation processes in human tissues and cells,
and more!