Transverse cooling of electron beams

Berezovskii, V. V.; Men�shikov, L. I.
November 2007
JETP Letters;Nov2007, Vol. 86 Issue 6, p355
Academic Journal
The possibility of cyclotron maser cooling of the transverse motion of electrons in a beam with the oblate velocity distribution characteristic of the setups with electron cooling has been analyzed.


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