Low Energy Accelerators and Ion Sources

Title Page
Present and Future Superconducting Linacs 233
  • L.M. Bollinger
Present and Future Superconducting Cyclotrons 239
  • J.A. Nolen, Jr.
Ion Synchrotrons and Storage Rings for Nuclear and Atomic Physics 245
  • R.E. Pollock
State of the Art in Polarized Proton Sources 249
  • J.G. Alessi
Status of ECR Source Technology 254
  • C.M. Lyneis
High Brightness H+ and H- Sources 259
  • A.J.T. Holmes
20 MeV Electron Linear Accelerator in Nanjing University 264
  • Y. Wang
A Light Ion Four Rod RFQ Injector 267
  • A. Schempp, M. Ferch, H. Klein
A Proton Accelerating Model of Uranium RFQ 270
  • S. Arai, T. Fujino, T. Fukushima, T. Hattori, J. Tojo, N. Tokuda
A Pulsed Electron Injector Using a Metal Photocathode Irradiated by an Excimer Laser 273
  • T.J. Kauppila, L.A. Builta, J.K. Crutcher, J.C. Elliott, D.C. Moir
AGS Preinjector Improvement 276
  • J.G. Alessi, J.M. Brennan, J. Brodowski, H.N. Brown, R. Gough, A. Kponou, K. Prelec, J. Staples, J. Tanabe, R. Witkover, D. Yee
An Arc-Discharge Ion Source 279
  • G.B. Bai
An Intense Ion Source for H- Cyclotrons 283
  • R. Baartman, K.R. Kendall, M. McDonald, P.W. Schmor, D. Yuan
Brightness of an Intense Electron Beam Generated by a Pulse-Laser Irradiated Photocathode 286
  • P.E. Oettinger, I. Bursuc, E. Pugh, R.E. Shefer
Design of a 200 mA DC H- Injector for an RFQ 289
  • O.A. Anderson, C.F. Chan, W.S. Cooper, W.B. Kunkel, J.W. Kwan, A.F. Lietzke, C.A. Matuk, P. Purgalis, L. Soroka
Development of High-Current-Density Lab 6 Thermionic Emitters for a Space-Charge-Limited Electron Gun 292
  • M.E. Herniter, W.D. Getty
Feasibility Study Concerning a Possible Layout for a Lead-Ion Injector for the CERN Accelerator Complex 295
  • H. Haseroth, A. Lombardi, M. Weiss
First Experience with the LEP Pre-Injector (LPI) by the LPI Beam Commissioning Team 298
  • J.H.B. Madsen, S. Battisti, D. Blechschmidt, J.C. Bourdon, P. Brunet, J.P. Delahaye, B. Frammery, K. Hübner, A. Krusche, H. Kugler, A. Poncet, J.P. Potier, A. Riche, D.J. Warner
H- Ion Source wth High Duty Factor 301
  • H.V. Smith, K.E. Kalash, N.M. Schnurr, D.H. Whitaker
H-Source and Beam Transport Experiments for a New RFQ 304
  • J.G. Alessi, J.M. Brennan, A.H. Kponou, K. Prelec
High-Current Beam Transport in Electrostatic Accelerator Tubes 307
  • G. Ramian, L. Elais
Lattice Design of HISTRAP: Heavy Ion Storage Ring for Atomic Physics 310
  • I.Y. Lee, J. A. Martin, J.B. McGrory, W.T. Milner, D.K. Olsen, G.R. Young
Mass Spectrum of Ions Extracted from RF ION Source with Injected Electrons 313
  • M. E. Abdelaziz, M.M. Abdelbaki, S.G. Zakhary
Operation of a 3 MeV Ampere Intensity DC Electron Recirculation System 316
  • M.L. Sundquist, J.A. Adney, D.R. Anderson, D.B. Cline, S.J. Dehais, D.J. Larson, F.E. Mills
Operation of the ORNL ECR Source 319
  • F.W. Meyer, J.W. Hale
Performance of the 5 MeV Injector for the NBS-Los Alamos Racetrack Microtron 322
  • M.A. Wilson, R.L. Ayres, R.I. Cutler, P.H. Debenham, E.R. Lindstrom, D.L. Mohr, S. Penner, J. Rose, J. Stovall, L.M. Young
Photoemission in Nanosecond and Picosecond Regimes Obtained from Macro and Micro Cathodes 325
  • M. Boussoukaya, M. Bergeret, R. Chehab, M. Franco, B. Leblond
Progress Toward a Milli-Ampere Nuclear Polarized H- Source 328
  • A. Hershcovitch, J.G. Alessi, B. Devito, A. Kponou, T. Niinikoski
Review of Research and Development on Radio Frequency Ion Sources 331
  • M. E. Abdelaziz, M.M. Abdelbaki, S.G. Zakhary
RFQ Accelerators for Heating Thermonuclear Plasmas 334
  • R.H. Stokes, K.R. Crandall, T.P. Wangler
Simple Laser-Driven, Metal-Photocathodes as Cold, High-Current Electron Sources 337
  • J.D. Saunders, L.A. Builta, S.W. Downey, T.J. Kauppila, D.C. Moir, T.J. Ringler
Status of the FOM-MEQALAC Project 340
  • P.W. van Amersfoort, H. Klein, A. Schempp, R.J.J.M. Steenvoorden, W.H. Urbanus, T. Weis, R.G.C. Wojke, A.E. van Putten
Status of the MEVAA High Current Metal Ion Source 343
  • I.G. Brown, J.E. Galvin, R.A. MacGill, R.T. Wright
The Strasbourg Project, A 35 MV Vivitron Tandem 346
  • M. Letournel
The Application of the Plasma Chemical Reaction in the R.F. Ion Source 349
  • G.B. Bai
The Difference Between the Metal Ion Extracted for the R.F. Ion Source by Applying Plasma Chemistry Reaction and by Non-Plasma Range Chemistry Reaction 354
  • G.B. Bai
The Effect of the Axial Magnetic Field on the Duoplasmatron Electron Source 358
  • M. E. Abdelaziz, M. Abdelbaki, A.A. Ghanem
The HERA RFQ 361
  • A. Schempp, H. Klein, K.H. Pape, P. Schastok, S.H. Wang
The TRIUMF Optically Pumped Polarized H- Ion Source 364
  • C.D.P. Levy, W.M. Law, M. McDonald, P.W. Schmor
The Upgraded Munich Linear Heavy Ion Postaccelerator 367
  • U. Ratzinger, N. Gärtner, R. Geier, H. Morinaga, E. Nolte
Timing Stabilization for the SLC Electron Source 369
  • J.E. Clendenin, M.J. Browne, R.A. Gearhart, J.C. Sheppard, J. Sodja
Rigidity Analogue Radioactive Beams from a Heavy Ion Cyclotron 372
  • M. L. Mallory, J.A. Nolen
The Superconducting Cyclotron AGOR: Accelerator for Light and Heavy Ions 376
  • S. Brandenburg
High Current Ion Source for RFQ Experiments 379
  • K. Langbein
New Developments with a High-Current Ion Source 382
  • R. Keller
Temporal Evolution of Beam Emittance and Cathode Plasma Uniformity from a Field Emission Diode 385
  • F. Hartemann, G. Bekefi, D.A. Kirkpatrick, R.E. Klinkowstein, R.E. Shefer
The 6 MHz RFQ Linac for HIF Driver 388
  • V.S. Artemov, I.M. Kapchinskiy (ITEP Moscow), A.I. Balabin, V.A. Batalin, A. Ju. Djadin, D.D. Iosseliana, B.K. Kondratjev, A.M. Kozodaev, V.V. Kurakin, V.V. Kuschin, N.V. Lazarev, N.A. Nesterov, V.G. Schevchenko, V.I. Turchin, S.B. Ugarov, N.N. Vinogradskiy, A.B. Zarubin