Polarized H or D Target for Experiments on the Indiana Cooler: Development of the Atomic Beam Source
Physics and Astronomy
An atomic beam source (ABS) which will provide an internal polarized H or D target at the IUCF Cooler ring has been developed at the University of Wisconsin. The aim of the development was not only to achieve a large atomic beam intensity, but to produce a beam that can be injected with high transport efficiency into a long, narrow tube. The source was designed to inject the atomic beam into a storage cell through a 10mm diameter, 13cm long cylindrical tube placed 26cm from the last ABS sixpole magnet.
AIP Conference Proceedings
A.D. Roberts, T. Wise, and W. Haeberli. (1993). Polarized H or D Target for Experiments on the Indiana Cooler: Development of the Atomic Beam Source. AIP Conference Proceedings, 293(1), 10-13.
Publisher's Copyright and Source
Copyright © 1994 American Institute of Physics. Article published by the American Institute of Physics in AIP Conference Proceedings, volume 293, issue number 1, pages 10-13. Available online: http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.45164.