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Cyclotrons U-150-II and U-115

Experimental Hall U-150-II
U-115

The lightest ion accelerator U-150-II is a cyclotron of the classical type.
Main characteristics of U-150-II:

Type of accelerated particles, charge Energy Range, MeV Internal beam current, μA The extracted beam current, μA
protons H1+ 8 - 22 ≤1000 ≤4
deuterons, + 10 - 20 ≤150 ≤2
ions 3Не++ 20 - 40 ≤150 ≤2
alpha particles, 4Не++ 25 - 50 ≤200 ≤3
In combination with a number of indicators, the U-150-II accelerator differs from other accelerators in the CIS countries due to the intensive generation of particles.
The physical launch of U-150-II accelerator was made in 1964, at the same time the first scientific experiments were carried out on its particles.

In 1991, on the basis of the U-150-II telecommunications device, the Scientific Production Enterprise "TEZLATGIC" was established, which now produces not only radioisotope products, including radionuclide So-57, but also exports them abroad.

Using the U-150-II cyclotron beams, a number of studies in the field of fundamental and applied sciences have been performed:

  • in basic nuclear physics - to learn more about nuclear structure and mechanisms of nuclear reactions in the study of nuclear reactions;
  • radiation material science - Study of the change in the state of various materials under the influence of high-energy charged particles, rapid neutrons and gamma radiation currents;
  • In the field of nuclear radiochemistry, radiobiology and medicine - Treatment of radionuclides (including Co-57, Ga-68, Pd-103) used in various fields where radionuclides are needed, including in the manufacturing industry, instrumentation, production of labeled compounds, diagnostic and therapeutic radionuclide preparations. development of methods

Coordinator of experimental studies on U-150 –II cyclotron beams
Doctor Phys.-Math. Sciences Artemov Sergey Viktorovich
Office phone (998-71) -289-36-18
Email: artemov@inp.uz
The accelerator employs 10 highly qualified personnel in the fields of experimental nuclear physics and automation.