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Energy deposition by heavy ions: Additivity of kinetic and potential energy contributions in hillock formation on CaF2
Modification of surface and bulk properties of solids by irradiation with ion beams is a widely used technique with many applications in material science. In this study, we show that nano-hillocks onExpand
Fluorescence emission from CsI(Tl) crystal induced by high-energy carbon ions
Abstract The fluorescence emission from a CsI(Tl) scintillator crystal induced by high-energy carbon ions with the energy range from 148 AMeV to 207 AMeV has for the first time been investigated atExpand
High energy density physics research at IMP, Lanzhou, China
Abstract Recent research activities relevant to high energy density physics (HEDP) driven by the heavy ion beam at the Institute of Modern Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences are presented.Expand
Heavy-ion radiography facility at the Institute of Modern Physics
In order to identify the density and material type, high energy protons, electrons, and heavy ions are used to radiograph dense objects. The particles pass through the object, undergo multipleExpand
HIAF: New opportunities for atomic physics with highly charged heavy ions
Abstract A new project, High Intensity heavy ion Accelerator Facility (HIAF), is currently being under design and construction in China. HIAF will provide beams of stable and unstable heavy ions withExpand
Warm dense matter research at HIAF
Abstract The research activities on warm dense matter driven by intense heavy ion beams at the new project High Intensity heavy-ion Accelerator Facility (HIAF) are presented. The ion beam parametersExpand
A compact, flexible low energy experimental platform of highly charged ions for atomic physics experiments
Abstract A new, compact and flexible low energy experimental platform of highly charged ions (HCIs) based on an electron beam ion source of the Dresden EBIS-A type is presented. The so-called IMPExpand
Electron emission and surface etching by slow and medium highly charged ions on HOPG surface
Abstract Highly charged ( 129 Xe q+ , q  = 10–30) ion-induced secondary electron emission and formation of nanostructure on the surface of highly oriented pyrolytic graphite (HOPG) have been studiedExpand
K and L-shell X-ray production cross sections for 50–250 keV proton impact on elements with Z = 26–30
Abstract The K and L-shell X-ray production cross sections of Fe, Co, Ni, Cu and Zn elements are measured by 50–250 keV proton impact. The results are compared with Binary Encounter ApproximationExpand
Regime change and transitional regime behavior of C 60 molecular beams
Abstract We measure the flow regime change of C60 molecular beams, produced by a Knudsen oven with an orifice (diameter, 1 mm; thickness, 0.5 mm), from effusive to transitional. We determine theExpand