Novel bandpass electrostatic analyzer

Enloe, C.L.; Agnew, K.A.; Cifuentes, A.F.
May 1997
Review of Scientific Instruments;May97, Vol. 68 Issue 5, p2023
Academic Journal
Describes the development of a novel electrostatic analyzer for energetic charged particles that has a simple geometry and has demonstrated a wide field of view. Description of the device; Adjustment of the bandpass of the device; Calculation of the trajectories of particles within the device; Limitation in the energy resolution of the device.


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