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Radioactivity and radionuclides in deciduous teeth formed before the Fukushima-Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant accident

高橋 温*; 千葉 美麗*; 棚原 朗*; 相田 潤*; 清水 良央*; 鈴木 敏彦*; 村上 忍*; 小荒井 一真; 小野 拓実*; 岡 壽崇; et al.

Scientific Reports (Internet), 11(1), p.10355_1 - 10355_11, 2021/05

 被引用回数:5 パーセンタイル:45.67(Multidisciplinary Sciences)

The Fukushima-Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant (FNPP) accident released substantial amounts of radionuclides into the environment. We collected 4,957 deciduous teeth, from children living in Fukushima and reference prefectures. Radioactivity was detected in most of the teeth examined and was attributed to the presence of natural radionuclides, including $$^{40}$$K and daughter nuclides in $$^{238}$$U and $$^{232}$$Th series. Additionally, artificial radionuclides, $$^{90}$$Sr and $$^{137}$$Cs, were detected in the teeth obtained from children from Fukushima and the reference prefectures. However, these radionuclides were not believed to have originated from the FNPP accident. Because the teeth examined in the present study were formed before the FNPP accident occurred, the aforementioned findings may serve as important control data for future studies regarding the radioactivity of teeth formed after the FNPP accident.


Thermally altered subsurface material of asteroid (162173) Ryugu

北里 宏平*; Milliken, R. E.*; 岩田 隆浩*; 安部 正真*; 大竹 真紀子*; 松浦 周二*; 高木 靖彦*; 中村 智樹*; 廣井 孝弘*; 松岡 萌*; et al.

Nature Astronomy (Internet), 5(3), p.246 - 250, 2021/03

 被引用回数:30 パーセンタイル:96.52(Astronomy & Astrophysics)



Shell evolution beyond $$Z$$=28 and $$N$$=50; Spectroscopy of $$^{81,82,83,84}$$Zn

Shand, C. M.*; Podoly$'a$k, Zs.*; G$'o$rska, M.*; Doornenbal, P.*; Obertelli, A.*; Nowacki, F.*; Otsuka, T.*; Sieja, K.*; Tostevin, J. A.*; Tsunoda, T.*; et al.

Physics Letters B, 773, p.492 - 497, 2017/10

 被引用回数:23 パーセンタイル:87.93(Astronomy & Astrophysics)

Low-lying states in neutron-rich $$^{81,82.83.84}$$Zn nuclei were measured for the first time via in-beam $$gamma$$-ray spectroscopy at RIKEN. These include the 4$$_1^+$$ to 2$$_1^+$$ in $$^{82}$$Zn and the 2$$_1^+$$ to 0$$_1^+$$ and 4$$_1^+$$ to 2$$_1^+$$ in $$^{84}$$Zn. The reduced E($$2^+$$) energies and increased E(4$$^+$$)/E(2$$^+$$) ratios at $$N$$=52,54 compared to $$^{80}$$Zn attest that the magicity is confined just on the neutron number $$N$$=50 only. The levels observed in $$^{84}$$Zn suggest the onset of deformation towards heavier Zn isotopes. The data were compared to state-of-the-art shell model calculations.


Ultralow emittance beam production based on Doppler laser cooling and coupling resonance

野田 章*; 中尾 政夫*; 岡本 宏巳*; 大崎 一哉*; 百合 庸介; 想田 光*; 頓宮 拓*; 神保 光一*; Grieser, M.*; He, Z.*; et al.

Proceedings of 5th International Particle Accelerator Conference (IPAC '14) (Internet), p.28 - 33, 2014/07

Three-dimensional (3D) cooling of 40-keV $$^{24}$$Mg$$^+$$ ion beams with Doppler laser cooling and the coupling resonance has been demonstrated in the storage ring S-LSR of Kyoto University toward the production of ultralow-emittance beams, in other words, ultracold beams and so-called crystalline beams. So far, the transverse temperatures of 6 K and 2 K have been experimentally attained in the horizontal and vertical directions, respectively, at a low beam intensity of about $$10^4$$ ions in the ring. These temperatures are the lowest ever attained by laser cooling of ion beams. Systematic molecular dynamics simulations predict the realization of further lower temperatures, $$approx$$ 1 mK and $$approx$$ 0.1 K in the longitudinal and transverse directions, respectively, if the laser spot size and detuning are properly adjusted even with such a low laser power ($$approx$$ 10 mW) as utilized in the experiments at S-LSR. A 3D ordered state of the beam with 3D laser cooling is also predicted. Recent experimental achievements and latest simulation results are presented.



神保 光一*; 想田 光*; 中尾 政夫*; 百合 庸介; 頓宮 拓*; 野田 章*

Proceedings of 10th Annual Meeting of Particle Accelerator Society of Japan (インターネット), p.1057 - 1059, 2014/06

A bunched 40-keV Mg$$^+$$ beam at an ion storage/cooler ring, S-LSR, Kyoto University, was cooled transversely through synchro-betatron coupling by a co-propagating laser. The cooled ion beams were optically diagnosed with spontaneous emission in the experiment. As the number of ions is smaller in the beam, however, it is more difficult to observe light emitted from the beam. The synchrotron-oscillation signals induced on a parallel-plate pickup were, therefore, investigated spectroscopically to see whether they were useful for beam diagnostics. We discuss the space charge effect of the signals. It is expected that, if the beam temperature is decreased drastically, the space charge effect is enhanced and the peaks related to the synchrotron oscillation are consequently suppressed.



野田 章*; 中尾 政夫*; 想田 光*; 頓宮 拓*; 岡本 宏巳*; 大崎 一哉*; 百合 庸介; 神保 光一*; Grieser, M.*; He, Z.*

Proceedings of 10th Annual Meeting of Particle Accelerator Society of Japan (インターネット), p.143 - 145, 2014/06

We have experimentally demonstrated transverse indirect laser cooling utilizing synchro-betatron resonance coupling in the ion accumulation cooler ring S-LSR. However, its efficiency was rather poor for relatively high beam intensity of $$10^7$$ ions in the ring due to beam heating by intra-beam scattering and its cooling time was as long as 100 s. By application of beam scraping and optimization of laser detuning together with equilibrium deceleration with the use of an induction accelerator, we could reach the lowest transverse temperatures ever attained by laser cooling as 7.0 K and 2.1 K for the horizontal and vertical directions, respectively. The prospect of generating an ultra-low-temperature beam and realizing beam crystallization will be discussed on the basis of the present result.


Fabrication of enzyme-degradable and size-controlled protein nanowires using single particle nano-fabrication technique

大道 正明*; 麻野 敦資*; 佃 諭志*; 高野 勝昌*; 杉本 雅樹; 佐伯 昭紀*; 酒巻 大輔*; 小野田 晃*; 林 高史*; 関 修平*

Nature Communications (Internet), 5, p.3718_1 - 3718_8, 2014/04

 被引用回数:33 パーセンタイル:77.99(Multidisciplinary Sciences)




柴田 晃; 武内 伴照; 大塚 紀彰; 斎藤 隆; 小野田 忍; 大島 武; 土谷 邦彦

JAEA-Technology 2013-043, 24 Pages, 2014/01




A Multi-reflection time-of-flight mass spectrograph for short-lived and super-heavy nuclei

Schury, P. H.*; 和田 道治*; 伊藤 由太*; Naimi, S.*; 園田 哲*; 三田 浩希*; 高峰 愛子*; 岡田 邦宏*; Wollnik, H.*; Chon, S.*; et al.

Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B, 317(Part B), p.537 - 543, 2013/12

 被引用回数:27 パーセンタイル:89.91(Instruments & Instrumentation)



Simulation study on transverse laser cooling and crystallization of heavy-ion beams at the cooler storage ring S-LSR

百合 庸介; 大崎 一哉*; 岡本 宏巳*; He, Z.*; 想田 光*; 野田 章*; 中尾 政夫*; 頓宮 拓*; 神保 光一*

Proceedings of Workshop on Beam Cooling and Related Topics (COOL '13) (Internet), p.162 - 165, 2013/11

Efficient transverse laser cooling of a low-intensity heavy-ion beam has been recently accomplished experimentally by means of the resonant coupling method at the cooler storage ring S-LSR of Kyoto University. In parallel with the experimental effort, multi-dimensional laser cooling of the ion beam has been studied also numerically with the molecular dynamics (MD) simulation code in which the stochastic interaction between ions and laser photons is incorporated in order to search optimum laser-cooling conditions and verify the results of the experiment. The present MD result demonstrates that, in spite of the limited experimental conditions of the cooling laser such as low power, fixed frequency, and short cooling section, a three-dimensionally low-temperature beam of 40-keV $$^{24}$$Mg$$^+$$ can be obtained through resonant coupling at a low intensity of $$10^4$$ ions in the ring, which is consistent with the experimental result.


Latest results of experimental approach to ultra-cold beam at S-LSR

野田 章*; 中尾 政夫*; 想田 光*; 頓宮 拓*; 岡本 宏巳*; 大崎 一哉*; 百合 庸介; 神保 光一*; Grieser, M.*; He, Z.*

Proceedings of Workshop on Beam Cooling and Related Topics (COOL '13) (Internet), p.157 - 161, 2013/11

We have tried to approach to the lowest attainable beam temperature with laser cooling of a 40-keV $$^{24}$$Mg$$^+$$ ion beam at a cooler storage ring S-LSR, which has a superperiodicity of six and is designed to be tough against resonant perturbation to the circulating beam. The capability of active indirect transverse laser cooling has been experimentally demonstrated with the use of the theoretically-proposed synchro-betatron resonance coupling scheme. For the reduction of beam heating due to intrabeam scattering, an additional scheme has been established to control the intensity of the circulating beam down to $$sim 10^4$$ ions by scraping the outskirt of the beam with the use of a horizontally-moving scraper, which could cool the horizontal and vertical beam temperature down to $$sim 20$$ K and $$sim 30$$ K, respectively, at an operation tune without horizontal-vertical (H-V) coupling. In the present paper, we would like to also present our recent results with H-V coupling in addition to longitudinal-horizontal coupling toward further reduction of the transverse beam temperature.


Parameter optimization for multi-dimensional laser cooling of an ion beam in the storage ring S-LSR

He, Z.*; Wei, J.*; 大崎 一哉*; 岡本 宏巳*; 野田 章*; 中尾 政夫*; 想田 光*; 百合 庸介; 神保 光一*

Proceedings of 25th North American Particle Accelerator Conference (NA-PAC '13) (Internet), p.1298 - 1300, 2013/09

The power of the cooling laser currently available in a compact ion cooler ring S-LSR, Kyoto University, is quite limited for generating ultralow-temperature ion beams. Therefore, parameters of laser cooling should be carefully determined in order to approach the lowest possible temperature in the experiment. This paper mainly concerns optimization of laser-cooling parameters and prediction of a possible lower limit of beam temperature in S-LSR, based on systematic molecular dynamics simulations. The adiabatic capture process of the ion beam was introduced to prevent the emittance from blowing up during bunching. The spot size of the laser was optimized with the total laser power limited. An optimum solenoid field strength was obtained for three-dimensional cooling. The lowest beam temperature achievable in S-LSR was predicted by choosing the parameters optimized.


Possible observation of transverse laser cooled ultimate cold ion beam in S-LSR

神保 光一*; 想田 光*; 百合 庸介; 頓宮 拓*; 中尾 政夫*; 白井 敏之*; 野田 章*

Proceedings of 25th North American Particle Accelerator Conference (NA-PAC '13) (Internet), p.886 - 888, 2013/09

The synchrotron-oscillation signals of 40-keV bunched Mg$$^+$$ ion beams were investigated for the diagnostics of the laser-cooled beams in an ion cooler storage ring, S-LSR, Kyoto University. The signals induced on a parallel-plate pickup were measured with a spectrum analyzer. The coherent and incoherent modes corresponding to the synchrotron tune were observed in the signals. The molecular dynamics simulation predicts, on the other hand, that the synchrotron oscillation of the strongly laser-cooled beam is suppressed by the space-charge force. We thus propose a possibility to detect the space-charge limit by the observation of the predicted suppression of the synchrotron oscillation.


Efficiency enhancement of indirect transverse laser cooling with synchro-betatron resonant coupling by suppression of beam intensity

想田 光*; 中尾 政夫*; 頓宮 拓*; 神保 光一*; 大崎 一哉*; 岡本 宏巳*; 百合 庸介; He, Z.*; Grieser, M.*; 野田 章*

Japanese Journal of Applied Physics, 52(3), p.030202_1 - 030202_4, 2013/03

 被引用回数:5 パーセンタイル:23.43(Physics, Applied)

The efficiency of indirect transverse laser cooling of a heavy-ion beam using synchro-betatron resonant coupling (SBRC) was improved by the reduction of the beam intensity through scraping the tail part of the beam. In order to measure the beam size at low beam intensity, a new scheme was established where the beam profile was determined from the beam survival ratio by changing the insertion position of a beam scraper. At a beam intensity of $$10^4$$ particles in the ring, the transverse cooling time of the beam was reduced to 1.2 s, and horizontal and vertical minimum beam sizes were 0.2 mm and 0.6 mm, corresponding to the beam temperatures of 20 K and 29 K, respectively. The cooling time was much improved compared with that of our previous experiment, 100 s at $$10^7$$ particles (Nakao et al.). The transverse temperature was comparable to that in other work (Madsen et al.), in spite of the limitation in the experimental conditions such as low laser power and short laser-cooling section. This suggests that the present SBRC scheme has a potential capacity for attaining a lower-temperature beam or even Coulomb crystallization.


Approach to the low temperature state oriented for crystalline beam

野田 章*; 中尾 政夫*; 想田 光*; 頓宮 拓*; 神保 光一*; 岡本 宏巳*; 大崎 一哉*; 百合 庸介; Meshkov, I.*; Smirnov, A.*; et al.

Proceedings of 23rd Russian Particle Accelerator Conference (RuPAC 2012) (Internet), p.48 - 52, 2012/09

Various approaches to attaining low-temperature beams have been continued in the cooler storage ring S-LSR at Kyoto University. One-dimensional ordering of electron-cooled 7-MeV protons was realized with an abrupt longitudinal temperature jump from 2 K to 0.3 K at a particle number of around 2000. Laser cooling has been applied to 40-keV $$^{24}$$Mg$$^+$$ beams toward the realization of crystalline beams. For a coasting beam, the lowest longitudinal temperature of 3.6 K was attained at $$4 times 10^4$$ ions. The temperature was limited due to intra-beam scattering (IBS). On the other hand, the transverse temperature of the beam indirectly cooled through IBS was saturated at 500 K for $$2 times 10^7$$ ions. In order to cool the transverse direction further, synchro-betatron resonance coupling has been applied to a bunched Mg beam. The transverse temperature has been reduced to the order of $$10^1$$ K at the beam intensity of $$10^4$$ ions by the reduction of the beam intensity using a scraper.



想田 光*; 中尾 政夫*; 頓宮 拓*; 野田 章*; 神保 光一*; 大崎 一哉*; 岡本 宏巳*; 百合 庸介; Grieser, M.*; He, Z.*

Proceedings of 9th Annual Meeting of Particle Accelerator Society of Japan (インターネット), p.388 - 390, 2012/08

京都大学化学研究所のイオン蓄積・冷却リングS-LSRでは、シンクロ・ベータトロン共鳴によって重イオンビームの運動の進行方向と水平方向の振動を結合させ、レーザー冷却によって横方向を間接的に冷却する実験を進めている。冷却の過程において、粒子数が多い場合Intra-beam散乱による自己加熱作用によって冷却が阻害されるため、スクレイパーによってビーム外縁部の粒子を除去することによって冷却効率を高めている。このとき、2枚のスクレイパーを用い、1枚目のスクレイパーで粒子数を減らした後、2枚目のスクレイパーの挿入距離を変えてビームの残存率を測定することで、ビーム中心からの距離とその内側にある粒子の割合が得られ、この関係から冷却後のビームサイズを測定した。その結果、40keV $$^{24}$$Mg$$^+$$ビームについて、水平・鉛直ベータトロンチューン、及びシンクロトロンチューンがそれぞれ(2.074, 1.120, 0.072)、1枚目のスクレイパーをビーム中心から0.3mmまで挿入して粒子数を1$$times$$10$$^5$$まで減少させた条件で、水平方向ビームサイズが0.3mm、温度に換算して52Kまで冷却されていることを観測した。この時、ビームサイズが1/eになるまでの冷却時間は1.25秒であった。



野田 章*; 中尾 政夫*; 想田 光*; 頓宮 拓*; 神保 光一*; 岡本 宏巳*; 大崎 一哉*; 百合 庸介; Grieser, M.*; He, Z.*

Proceedings of 9th Annual Meeting of Particle Accelerator Society of Japan (インターネット), p.72 - 74, 2012/08

Laser cooling of 40-keV Mg ion has been performed at S-LSR. Indirect transverse laser cooling of a bunched beam with the use of synchro-betatron resonance coupling (SBRC) has been experimentally indicated. However, it is not so efficient due to heating by intra-beam scattering for the ion number of 10$$^7$$. For attaining very low-temperature beam, it is inevitable to reduce the beam intensity without deterioration of beam detection signal. For this purpose, we have applied controlled scraping of a laser-cooled beam. After beam injection, the beam tail is cut off by a scraper moving in the horizontal direction and laser-cooled both in the longitudinal and horizontal directions with SBRC. Then, the horizontal beam size was measured with another scraper moving also in the horizontal direction. With this scheme, the beam intensity could be reduced from 10$$^7$$ to 10$$^5$$, which resulted in rather efficient indirect transverse laser cooling with the cooling time of about 1 sec.


Observation of 2-component bunched beam signal with laser cooling

想田 光*; 中尾 政夫*; 野田 章*; 頓宮 拓*; 伊藤 清一*; 岡本 宏巳*; 百合 庸介; 神保 光一*; Grieser, M.*; He, Z.*

Proceedings of 3rd International Particle Accelerator Conference (IPAC '12) (Internet), p.397 - 399, 2012/05

The longitudinal temperature of 40 keV $$^{24}$$Mg$$^+$$ beams was measured through bunch length measurement during laser cooling at S-LSR. The bunch length was measured as time-domain signals from a pair of parallel-plate electrostatic pickups. Injected non-cooled beams gave a bunch length of 2.5 m and cooled beams had two components of broad and sharp distributions. The broad distribution had a longitudinal length of 2.2 m, which is close to that of the initial beam. The length of the sharp distribution shrunk to 0.25 m and is expected as a cooled part. The capture efficiency of cooling, which represents the ratio of particle numbers of the cooled part and the total particle number, varied with laser detuning. With a scanning range of 2 GHz, it was improved from 66% to 92%, while the bunch became longer by 10% with scanning. A new scheme for improving the capture efficiency will be applied to attain a strong signal from a low-current low-temperature beam.


Challenge for more efficient transverse laser cooling for beam crystallization

野田 章*; 中尾 政夫*; 想田 光*; 頓宮 拓*; 伊藤 清一*; 岡本 宏巳*; 大崎 一哉*; 百合 庸介; 神保 光一*; Grieser, M.*; et al.

Proceedings of 3rd International Particle Accelerator Conference (IPAC '12) (Internet), p.394 - 396, 2012/05

Mg ion beams have been successfully laser-cooled both in longitudinal and transverse directions at S-LSR in ICR, Kyoto University. The cooling rate, however, is not strong enough to realize a crystalline beam due to heating from intra-beam scattering (IBS). Reduction of the beam intensity is inevitable to suppress this IBS effect, which, however, had resulted in poor S/N ratio for observation of the transverse beam size. We, therefore, describe a new beam-scraping scheme: The scheme selects out ions in the distribution tail of the transverse phase space, keeping the beam density in the core part by simultaneous application of multi-dimensional laser cooling and beam scraping. The strategy to realize the scheme effectively has been searched by combination of the beam experiments and computer simulations.


Prompt in-line diagnosis of single bunch transverse profiles and energy spectra for laser-accelerated ions

榊 泰直; 西内 満美子; 堀 利彦; Bolton, P.; 余語 覚文; 片桐 政樹*; 小倉 浩一; 匂坂 明人; Pirozhkov, A. S.; 織茂 聡; et al.

Applied Physics Express, 3(12), p.126401_1 - 126401_3, 2010/11

 被引用回数:8 パーセンタイル:34.9(Physics, Applied)


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