|Last Updated:||June 1, 2004|
|Subordinate To:||Institute of Nuclear Sciences, Vinča|
This facility may have been housed and operated at the laboratory for physical chemistry, a department at the Vinca Institute of Nuclear.  During the 1960s, scientists at Vinca studied the effects of modifying an "analyzer" using several ion sources.  This may have been part of overall research into electromagnetic isotope separation techniques to enrich uranium. This device may have been used to conduct research into electromagnetic isotope separation (EMIS) technologies. No specifications are available, and there is some doubt that it was ever completed.
 Slobodan Nakicenovic, Nuclear Energy in Yugoslavia, (Beograde: Export Press, 1961), p. 26.
 B. Dunjic, "Multi-ion Source Electromagnetic Isotope Separator," Nuclear Instruments and Methods, No. 38 (1965) pp. 109-112.
 Andrew Koch, "Yugoslavia's Nuclear Legacy: Should We Worry?" The Nonproliferation Review, Spring/Summer 1997, www.nonproliferation.org.