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Analysis of the particles produced by Saddle field ion sources.

M. Khorassany

Analysis of the particles produced by Saddle field ion sources.

by M. Khorassany

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Published by University of Aston in Birmingham. Department of Physics in Birmingham .
Written in English


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A high probability thus exists of ionizing any gas present in the source, to maintain a discharge at considerably lower pressures (10 −4 –10 −3 Torr) than in conventional cold cathode tubes without a magnetic by: 1. Introduction. Although extensive work has been performed on various types of intense ion sources, the saddle field ion source still maintains its famous advantages of high efficiency with gas consumption, compact, low cost as well as long and trouble free function of an ion beam source is to produce ions and accelerate these ions to high velocities so that they are ejected Cited by: 6.

An electrostatic analyzer has been developed to investigate the production of energetic neutrals by saddle field ion sources using helium, argon and nitrogen.

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