A novel ion beam monitor using Kapton foils

Guharay, S.K.; Guharay, S. K.; Hamabe, M.; Kuroda, T.
May 1998
Review of Scientific Instruments;May98, Vol. 69 Issue 5, p2182
Academic Journal
Examines the use of Kapton foils as ion beam monitor. Analysis of film 'burn' pattern caused by ion beam irradiation; Determination of beam power density distribution; Relation of ion current density distribution to ion beam distribution; Use of hydrogen ion beam to study ion beam-Kapton foil interaction; Response of Kapton foil with beam current density.


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