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The Internal Structure for the Van der Graff Accelerator at Daresbury Laboratory

A nuclear structure facility is currently being developed by the Science and Engineering Research Council at their Daresbury Laboratory. This facility incorporates a 30 MV tandem Van de Graff electrostatic accelerator. The primary function of the accelerator is to accelerate both light and heavy ions. J. Cook, J.F. Dickie, M.C. Morris and Professor T.J. Poskitt