Radius tailoring of an intense relativistic electron beam using a fast rise-time focusing coil

July 1993
Applied Physics Letters;7/19/1993, Vol. 63 Issue 3, p311
Academic Journal
Generates a radius-tailored electron beam. Use of a fast rise-time focusing coil on radius tailoring of electron beam; Achievement of a beam radius tailoring on the order of three to one; Propagation of an intense relativistic electron beam through a dense gas.


Related Articles

  • The visible spectrum of highly charged ions: A window to fundamental physics. López-Urrutia, J. R. Crespo // Canadian Journal of Physics;Jan2008, Vol. 86 Issue 1, p111 

    The observation of forbidden transitions in the visible range was the first experimental sign of the existence of highly charged ions in nature. Such lines can nowadays be excited in electron beam ion traps with excellent control of the ionic charge state, allowing their identification and...

  • Morphological stability of growing particles and maximum growth rate principle. Liu, Zi-Kui // Journal of Applied Physics;5/15/1992, Vol. 71 Issue 10, p4809 

    Presents information on a study which discussed the maximum growth rate (MGR) principle in connection with the morphological stability of growing particles. Measurement of the tip radius corresponding to the maximum growth rate; Stability of shapes such as the sphere and cylinder; Issue on...

  • Proton emission from highly deformed. Stein, Benjamin P. // Physics Today;Apr98, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p9 

    Provides information on a research conducted by Argonne National Laboratory to measure the nucleus of proton. How the experiment was conducted; Various measurements of nuclei discovered by the group; Other findings of the group.

  • The random parking of spheres on spheres. Mansfield, Marc L.; Rakesh, Leela; Tomalia, Donald A. // Journal of Chemical Physics;8/22/1996, Vol. 105 Issue 8, p3245 

    Given a ‘‘target’’ sphere of radius r1 and ‘‘probe’’ spheres of radius r2, we consider, as a function of r2/r1, how many probe spheres, on average, can be attached to the target sphere if (1) the attachment sites are chosen at random, (2) the...

  • The Effective Radius in Ice Clouds. Wyser, Klaus // Journal of Climate;7/1/98, Vol. 11 Issue 7, p1793 

    The effective radius (r[sube]) is a measure of the particle size used to calculate the optical properties of clouds. The objective of this study is to derive r[sube] from the microphysical composition of ice clouds. All ice crystals are assumed to be hexagonal columns with an aspect ratio...

  • barn.  // Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary (2009);2009, Issue 21, p244 

    A definition of the medical term "barn," which refers to a unit of area used in chemistry and physics that approximate the nucleus size of a uranium atom, is presented.

  • The Structure of the Nucleon. Brown, Gerald E.; Rho, Mannque // Physics Today;Feb83, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p24 

    Describes the implications of the model of the nucleon for nucleonic structure and for the behavior of the nucleon in the nucleus. Size of the nucleon; Way of understanding the degrees of freedom in the odd-parity excitations; Belief on the anomalous magnetic moment of the nucleon; Illustration...

  • Collision dynamics of large water clusters on graphite. Tomsic, Anna; Andersson, Patrik U.; Marković, Nikola; Pettersson, Jan B.C. // Journal of Chemical Physics;9/1/2003, Vol. 119 Issue 9, p4916 

    The emission of neutral cluster fragments during collisions of large water clusters with graphite surfaces has been investigated using molecular beam techniques. Water clusters with an average size of up to 1.4·10[sup 4] molecules per cluster collide with the surface with a velocity of 1380...

  • Incoherent four-wave-mixing on nile blue and cresyl violet in glass and polymer at 5 K: Single-site line shape analysis. Zhang, Yiping; Hartmann, S. R.; Moshary, F. // Journal of Chemical Physics;3/22/1996, Vol. 104 Issue 12, p4380 

    Time-delayed-four-wave-mixing (TDFWM) experiments performed on nile blue and cresyl violet at 5 K using incoherent laser radiation yield a response which depends dramatically on excitation conditions. Fast (femtosecond) and slow (picosecond) processes, variable peak shifts, and type I and II...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics