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AGOR

AGOR superconducting cyclotron

KVI (Holland), 1991


The AGOR superconducting cyclotron was manufactured in 1991. The system is able to accelerate both light and heavy ions at central field strengths ranging from 1.7 T to 4.07 T. The magnetic field is generated by a set of four superconducting coils, wound in NbTi. The AGOR cyclotron is today in operation at the KVI laboratories in Holland.



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