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  • Images of the francium atomic parity violation experiment and the TITAN ion trap facility, both at the ISAC radioactive beam facility at TRIUMF in Vancouver, Canada. These experiments are funded by NSERC, CFI, NRC/TRIUMF, NSF, and DOE. For our group, support by the University of Manitoba and the Province of Manitoba are gratefully acknowledged.

Francium laser trap at TRIUMF, vacuum vessel for an ultrastable ULE optical reference cavity, photo by Michael Kossin .

Francium laser trap at TRIUMF illuminated by blue light to test for light-induced desorption of francium atoms from the cell walls. Photo by Michael Kossin .

Francium laser trap at TRIUMF. Photo by GG .

Francium laser trap at TRIUMF, "Science Chamber", photo by Michael Kossin .

Francium laser trap at TRIUMF, "Science Chamber", photo by Michael Kossin .

The TITAN ion trap facility (top level) and francium laser trapping facility (enclosed on ground level) at the ISAC radioactive beam facility at TRIUMF. Photo by GG .

Frequency doubling cavity producing 507 nm light at the francium trapping facility. Photo by GG .

Inside the francium trapping facility. Photo by the FrPNC collaboration.

Francium laser trap at TRIUMF, "Science Chamber", photo by Michael Kossin .