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Charge-Exchange Technologies

  • Vadim Dudnikov
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Part of the Springer Series on Atomic, Optical, and Plasma Physics book series (SSAOPP, volume 110)

Abstract

Features of charge exchange for the production and use of accelerated particles; regularities in the redistribution in mass and charge of accelerated particles; charge-exchange tandem accelerators; super-collimated beam production; charge-exchange extraction of particles from accelerators; charge-exchange distribution of accelerated particle beams; charge-exchange injection into accelerators and accumulator rings; charge-exchange injection into magnetic plasma traps.

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  • Vadim Dudnikov
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  1. 1.Muons (United States)BataviaUSA

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