A design study for a super-EBIT/EBIS without magnetic field

Becker, R.; Donets, E.D.; Kleinod, M.; Margolis, H.S.; Silver, J.D.
March 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;Mar96, Vol. 67 Issue 3, p983
Academic Journal
Proposes a study design for a super-electron beam ion trap/electron beam ion source (EBIT/EBIS) without a magnetic field. Choice of operating parameters; Advantages and disadvantages of magnetic confinement; Basic limitations to crossover length versus density; Optimization of high voltage ratings and layout of the system.


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