Efficient negative-ion sources for tandem injection (invited)

Diamond, W.T.; Imahori, Y.; McKay, J.W.; Wills, J.S.C.; Schmeing, H.
March 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;Mar96, Vol. 67 Issue 3, p1404
Academic Journal
Examines the operational characteristics of negative-ion sources coupled to large Tandem accelerators. Historical perspective of negative-ion source developments; Sputter-ion source; Efficiency of ion sources; Proton fraction and intensity of positive hydrogen currents.


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