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Surface Plasma Negative Ion Sources

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

Abstract

Surface plasma H ion sources for accelerators; design of surface plasma H ion sources for accelerators; formation of H ion beams in surface plasma sources for accelerators; surface plasma sources with Penning discharge for microlithography; semiplanotrons; geometric focusing; semiplanotrons for accelerators; semiplanotrons with spherical focusing for continuous operation; compact surface plasma sources for heavy negative ion production; development of surface plasma sources world-wide; large volume surface plasma sources with self-extraction; large volume surface plasma sources for accelerators; large volume surface plasma sources for heavy ion production; surface plasma sources for intense neutral beam production for controlled fusion; RF surface plasma sources for ITER; neutral beam injector with RF SPS development at Novosibirsk; RF surface plasma sources for spallation neutron sources; carbon films in RF surface plasma sources with cesiation; poisoning and recovery of converter surfaces; RF surface plasma sources with external antenna; RF surface plasma sources with solenoidal magnetic field; testing RF surface plasma sources with saddle antenna and magnetic field; estimation of H ion beam generation efficiency; RF surface plasma source operation in continuous mode; RF surface plasma sources at CERN; surface plasma sources at J-PARC, Japan; surface plasma sources for low-energy neutrals.

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

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