Selective ion heating as a means of charge state manipulation in electron cyclotron resonance ion

Shirkov, G.; Meyer, D.; Bolshukhin, D.O.; Vinogradov, I.P.; Wiesemann, K.
July 1995
Review of Scientific Instruments;Jul1995, Vol. 66 Issue 7, p3876
Academic Journal
Presents a numerical simulation of the effect of selective light ion cyclotron resonance heating on the charge state distribution of an electron cyclotron resonance source running in a gas mixture. Enhanced transport of the heated species out of the plasma; Feasibility of higher pulse repetition frequencies.


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