Commissioning results of the ReA EBIT charge breeder at the NSCL: First reacceleration of stable-isotope beams

@inproceedings{Lapierre2013CommissioningRO,
  title={Commissioning results of the ReA EBIT charge breeder at the NSCL: First reacceleration of stable-isotope beams},
  author={Alain Lapierre and S. Schwarz and Kritsada Kittimanapun and Jos{\'e} Alberto Rodr{\'i}guez and Chandana Sumithrarachchi and B. R. Barquest and Eric Berryman and K. Cooper and J. Fogleman and Shannon Krause and J. T. Kwarsick and S. Nash and Georgios Perdikakis and Mauricio Portillo and R. Rencsok and David Skutt and Mathias Sven Steiner and Larry Tobos and Walter Wittmer and Georg Bollen and Daniela Leitner},
  year={2013}
}
Abstract ReA is a reaccelerator of rare-isotope beams at the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory (NSCL). The rare isotopes are produced by fast projectile fragmentation. After production, they are separated in-flight and thermalized in a He gas “catcher” cell before being sent to ReA for reacceleration to a few MeV/u. One of its main components is an electron-beam ion trap (EBIT) employed to convert injected singly charged ions to highly charged ions prior to injection into linear… CONTINUE READING

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