A microwave-driven negative ion source

Wills, J.S.C.; Schmeing, H.; Diamond, W.T.; Diserens, J.; Imahori, Y.; Taylor, T.
March 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;Mar96, Vol. 67 Issue 3, p1227
Academic Journal
Reports on the development of a microwave-driven negative ion source. Suitability of the ion source for operation with heavy ions; Permanent magnet array; Charge exchange; Level of intensity of the negative beams; Modification of the prototype permanent-magnet source.


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