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Interaction of slow, very highly charged ions with surfaces
The present article reviews recent advances in the studies of the interaction of slow (v < vBohr), very highly charged ions (such as Xe 52+ and Au 69+ ) with surfaces of metals, semiconductors, andExpand
We report observations of nonequilibrium charge state distributions of slow, highly charged (33+{le} q{le}75+) ions after transmission of thin carbon foils. Charge equilibration times are determinedExpand
Charge State Dependent Energy Loss of Slow Heavy Ions in Solids
The loss of kinetic energy of slow (v=0.3v{sub Bohr}) ions transmitted through thin carbon foils has been measured as a function of projectile charge state in the range from q=3+ for oxygen to q=69+Expand
The Electron‐Beam Ion Trap
The mention of few‐electron atoms usually brings to mind hydrogen, helium or other light elements in neutral form. However, these simple atoms are part of a sequence of ions having the same number ofExpand
Radiochemical determination of Inertial Confinement Fusion capsule compression at the National Ignition Facility.
We describe a radiochemical measurement of the ratio of isotope concentrations produced in a gold hohlraum surrounding an Inertial Confinement Fusion capsule at the National Ignition Facility (NIF).Expand
Progress towards ignition on the National Ignition Facility
The National Ignition Facility at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory was formally dedicated in May 2009. The hohlraum energetics campaign with all 192 beams began shortly thereafter and ran untilExpand
Extraction of highly charged ions from the electron beam ion trap at LBNL for applications in surface analysis and Materials Science
We describe results from highly ion extraction experiments at the Electron Beam Ion Trap (EBIT) facility which is now operated at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory after transfer from LawrenceExpand
Single ion implantation for solid state quantum computer development
Several solid state quantum computer schemes are based on the manipulation of electron and/or nuclear spins of single 31P atoms in a solid matrix. The fabrication of qubit arrays requires theExpand
Highly-Charged Ions in Traps – Progress and Opportunities
Penning and Kingdon ion traps have been used to study low-energy multiply-charged ions with charge states up to 80+ during the last few years. The ions have been captured into the traps from beams ofExpand
Laser spectroscopy of the (1s 2 2s2p) 3 P 0 - 3 P 1 level splitting in Be-like krypton
Heavy few-electron ions, such as He-, Li- and Be-like ions, are ideal atomic systems to study the effects of correlation, relativity and quantum electrodynamics. Very recently, theoretical andExpand