Beam trapping experiments on the University of Maryland Electron Ring Accelerator

Abstract

The University of Maryland Electron Ring Accelerator experiment involves a collective ion acceleration scheme in which a cusp injected hollow rotating electron beam is used for the acceleration of ions. Essential to this scheme is the slowing and trapping of a nonneutral electron ring in some form of a magnetic mirror system. As a first step in this… (More)

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