Oppositely Directed Electron-Positron Beams in the Synchrotron

  • Yu. M. Ado
  • K. A. Belovintsev
  • E. G. Bessonov
  • P. A. Cherenkov
Part of the The Lebedev Physics Institute Series book series (LPIS, volume 54)

Abstract

The possibility of producing oppositely directed electron—positron beams in synchrotrons was studied from the theoretical and experimental viewpoints. Problems related to the influence of both the low injection energy and the variation in the magnetic-field strength upon the principal parameters of the particle-storage process are discussed in detail. The article outlines results of experiments to generate oppositely directed electron—positron beams and describes studies of the storage conditions in the 280-MeV synchrotron of the Physics Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR. Soviet and foreign schemes using the method under consideration in synchrotrons with energies of the order of 1 GeV and more are briefly discussed.

Keywords

Storage Device Phase Oscillation Variable Magnetic Field Positron Beam Radial Oscillation 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Yu. M. Ado
  • K. A. Belovintsev
  • E. G. Bessonov
  • P. A. Cherenkov

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