ISBN-10: 3527404104

ISBN-13: 9783527404100

ISBN-10: 3527603956

ISBN-13: 9783527603954

The 1st variation of this identify has turn into a widely known reference e-book on ion assets. the sphere is evolving continually and speedily, calling for a brand new, updated model of the booklet. within the moment variation of this crucial name, editor Ian Brown, himself an expert within the box, compiles once more articles written through well known specialists masking numerous features of ion resource physics and expertise. The publication includes complete chapters at the plasma physics of ion resources, ion beam formation, beam delivery, laptop modeling, and treats many various particular forms of ion resources in adequate aspect to function a important reference text.Content:
Chapter 1 advent (pages 1–6): Ian G. Brown
Chapter 2 Plasma Physics (pages 7–28): Ian G. Brown
Chapter three trouble-free Ion assets (pages 29–40): Ian G. Brown
Chapter four desktop Simulation of Extraction (pages 41–60): Peter Spadtke
Chapter five Ion Extraction (pages 61–86): Ralph Hollinger
Chapter 6 Beam delivery (pages 87–106): Peter Spadtke and Ralph Hollinger
Chapter 7 excessive present Gaseous Ion resources (pages 107–132): Nikolai Gavrilov
Chapter eight Freeman and Bernas Ion assets (pages 133–161): Marvin Farley, Peter Rose and Geoffrey Ryding
Chapter nine Radio?Frequency pushed Ion assets (pages 163–175): Ka?Ngo Leung
Chapter 10 Microwave Ion resources (pages 177–201): Noriyuki Sakudo
Chapter eleven ECR Ion resources (pages 203–231): Daniela Leitner and Claude Lyneis
Chapter 12 Laser Ion resources (pages 233–256): Boris Sharkov
Chapter thirteen Vacuum Arc Ion assets (pages 257–284): Efim Oks and Ian G. Brown
Chapter 14 detrimental Ion assets (pages 285–310): Junzo Ishikawa
Chapter 15 Ion assets for Heavy Ion Fusion (pages 311–340): Joe Kwan
Chapter sixteen gigantic Ion resources for impartial Beams (pages 341–371): Yasuhiko Takeiri

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If we wish to form a small diameter beam of circular crosssection, then the extractor should contain just one small hole; we call this a singleaperture design. If a broad beam is needed, then the extractor should be comprised of an array of many apertures – a multi-aperture extractor. Each aperture might be a small circular hole or there may be many slit apertures making use of rail electrodes. Sometimes the electrodes are shaped in a way reminiscent of the Pierce electrode design [2] used for optimizing the formation of high quality electron beams, so as to tailor the precise field shape for optimal ion beam formation.

T. S. M. D. F. S. Green, Proceedings of the International Symposium on the Production and Neutralization of Hydrogen Ions and Beams, (Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, NY, Oct. 1986). R. T. Adams, Nucl. Instrum. Methods 118, 329 (1974). 1 Introduction This chapter is a first primer, or very basic introduction to ion sources. Here we discuss the most fundamental features of ion sources. We introduce the terminology, describe the difference between an ion source and a plasma source, the specific ingredients of an ion source, and the important features that go together to make an elementary ion source.

We can view this either as a plasma with high drift velocity, or as a relatively low energy ion beam embedded in its own background sea of cold electrons. This approach can be used as a technique for forming low energy ion beams, and the background electrons in fact serve the useful function of space-charge-neutralization and inhibition of space-charge blow-up of the beam. A device that produces a streaming plasma of this general kind is often called a plasma gun. In the usual case, then, the ion source contains a plasma source as its most essential component.

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