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Completion of the FM-1 Machine

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J. File ; Plasma Physics Laboratory Princeton University Princeton, New Jersey

The Princeton Floating Multipole Machine, FM-1, has been assembled, and some tests have been performed. The device contains a 60-inch diameter superconducting ring and will be operated as a spherator. The assembly will be described with several unusual features of this new machine. Details of the unique components are presented in other papers of this conference.

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IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science  (Volume:18 ,  Issue: 4 )