Study of the electron resonance and the development line in both ECRISs and RFISs (abstract)

Zakhary, S.G.
March 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;Mar96, Vol. 67 Issue 3, p1321
Academic Journal
Discusses the abstract on the study of the electron resonance and the development line in both electron cyclotron resonance ion sources and radio frequency ion sources. Increase in the lifetime of the ions by plasma cooling with the use of electron injection; Intensification of the plasma by an increase of the electron population in the discharge.


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