High current ion beam generation and transport system

Roth, I. S.; Ivers, J. D.; Nation, J. A.
February 1985
Applied Physics Letters;2/1/1985, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p251
Academic Journal
The efficient transport of a 6.0-kA, 1.1-MV proton beam generated in a magnetically insulated diode and propagated along an axial magnetic field has been studied. The beam is better than 98% charge neutral. Focusing of the beam is observed as a result of beam transport through the radial magnetic insulation field. The application of this type of beam generation and transport system to a high current linear induction ion accelerator is discussed.


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