Periodic permanent magnets-focusing super electron-beam ion trap (abstract)

Ovsyannikov, V.P.; Kalagin, I.V.; Golenitskiy, I.I.; Kultashev, O.K.
March 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;Mar96, Vol. 67 Issue 3, p989
Academic Journal
Examines the Super Electron-Beam ion Trap (EBIT) with focusing of the electron beam by a periodic magnets system. Electron energy; Electron density; Proposed design and computer simulations of EBIT.


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