Crossed-beams arrangement for the investigation of charge-changing collisions between multiply

Meuser, S.; Melchert, F.; Krudener, S.; Pfeiffer, A.; von Diemar, K.; Salzborn, E.
August 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;Aug1996, Vol. 67 Issue 8, p2752
Academic Journal
Focuses on the modification of a crossed-beams experiment designed to study charge-changing collisions between singly charged ions to extend its applicability to collisions between multiply charged ions in a range of collision energies. Computer simulations of the beam transport system and electrostatic analyzing units.


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