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Short time ion pulse extraction from the Dresden electron beam ion trap

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4 Author(s)
Kentsch, U. ; Dreebit GmbH, D-01109 Dresden, Germany ; Zschornack, G. ; Schwan, A. ; Ullmann, F.

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We present measurements of the extraction of short time pulses of highly charged ions (4 keV, Ar16+) from the Dresden electron beam ion trap. Thereby the dependence of the extractable ionic charge on the extraction regime was investigated. The ion extraction time was varied between 20 ns and 1 μs. Furthermore the production of carbon ions and the influence of the extraction regime on the pulse widths was investigated to obtain information about the suitability of the Dresden EBIS-A in synchrotron based particle therapy facilities.

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Review of Scientific Instruments  (Volume:81 ,  Issue: 2 )

Date of Publication:

Feb 2010

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