Ion Beam Cooling: Toward the Crystalline Beam

Ion Beam Cooling: Toward the Crystalline Beam

By: Toshiyuki Shirai (editor), Akira Noda (editor)Hardback

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This book deals with recent topics in the field of ion beam cooling. Indications of one-dimensional ordering observed by electron beam cooling of highly charged heavy ion beams, and crystal beams observed by laser cooling at the RFQ storage ring, are presented together with theoretical and computational investigations on these phenomena. The approach to hot ion beam cooling is also discussed, from the viewpoint of application of the beam cooling technique.

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Contents

Laser-equipped cooler storage ring, LSR at ICR, Kyoto University; electron cooling for hot ion beams; single and multiple Coulomb strings in heavy ion storage rings; ordered ion beams in CRYRING; systematic investigation on electron cooling at the Heidelberg heavy ion storage ring; electron cooling at HIMAC; the heating rate during crystallization; some remarks on beam crystallization; electron cooling of positrons and possibilities of positron beam crystallization; design of new compact cooler ring at ICR, Kyoto University; crystalline ion beams in PALLAS; an electron target/cooler for extremely low-energy ion beams at the electrostatic storage ring; high-energy particle generation by ultra-intense laser-matter interaction.

Product Details

  • publication date: 01/12/2002
  • ISBN13: 9789812382290
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 252
  • ID: 9789812382290
  • ISBN10: 9812382291

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