Upgrade of the HIVIPP Deposition Apparatus for Nuclear Physics Thin Targets Manufacturing

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Upgrade of the HIVIPP Deposition Apparatus for Nuclear Physics Thin Targets Manufacturing. / Cisternino, Sara; Skliarova, Hanna; Antonini, Piergiorgio; Esposito, Juan; Mou, Liliana; Pranovi, Lorenzo; Pupillo, Gaia; Sciacca, Gabriele.

In: Instruments, Vol. 6, No. 3, 6030023, 01.08.2022, p. 1-14.

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Cisternino, S, Skliarova, H, Antonini, P, Esposito, J, Mou, L, Pranovi, L, Pupillo, G & Sciacca, G 2022, 'Upgrade of the HIVIPP Deposition Apparatus for Nuclear Physics Thin Targets Manufacturing', Instruments, vol. 6, no. 3, 6030023, pp. 1-14. https://doi.org/10.3390/instruments6030023

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Cisternino, S., Skliarova, H., Antonini, P., Esposito, J., Mou, L., Pranovi, L., Pupillo, G., & Sciacca, G. (2022). Upgrade of the HIVIPP Deposition Apparatus for Nuclear Physics Thin Targets Manufacturing. Instruments, 6(3), 1-14. [6030023]. https://doi.org/10.3390/instruments6030023

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Cisternino S, Skliarova H, Antonini P, Esposito J, Mou L, Pranovi L et al. Upgrade of the HIVIPP Deposition Apparatus for Nuclear Physics Thin Targets Manufacturing. Instruments. 2022 Aug 1;6(3):1-14. 6030023. https://doi.org/10.3390/instruments6030023

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Cisternino, Sara ; Skliarova, Hanna ; Antonini, Piergiorgio ; Esposito, Juan ; Mou, Liliana ; Pranovi, Lorenzo ; Pupillo, Gaia ; Sciacca, Gabriele. / Upgrade of the HIVIPP Deposition Apparatus for Nuclear Physics Thin Targets Manufacturing. In: Instruments. 2022 ; Vol. 6, No. 3. pp. 1-14.

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title = "Upgrade of the HIVIPP Deposition Apparatus for Nuclear Physics Thin Targets Manufacturing",
abstract = "The High Energy Vibrational Powder Plating (HIVIPP) technique allows for the preparation of targets starting from refractory metal powders with negligible material losses during the process, thus preserving the expensive isotope-enriched materials. An upgraded HIVIPP apparatus was developed at the Legnaro National Laboratory of the National Institute of Nuclear Physics (INFN-LNL), and it is reported in this work. Particular attention was paid to the design of the sample holder, the automation of the power supply, and the control of the process, all with the aim of obtaining a versatile and reliable apparatus. Several tests have been carried out and the related results are reported proving the flexibility of the apparatus and the process reproducibility. The main result is a {\textquoteleft}ready to use{\textquoteright} technology at INFN-LNL for the preparation of isotopically enriched refractory metal targets that cannot be manufactured using standard techniques. ",
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