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Comparison of Azimuthally Varying with Constant Gradient Magnetic Fields with the Rutgers 12-Inch Cyclotron

@inproceedings{Koeth2011ComparisonOA,
  title={Comparison of Azimuthally Varying with Constant Gradient Magnetic Fields with the Rutgers 12-Inch Cyclotron},
  author={T. Koeth and G. Hine and D. Hoffman and J. Krutzler and Timothy S. Ponter and J. Aaron and K. Ruisard and William S. Schneider},
  year={2011}
}
The Rutgers 12-Inch Cyclotron is a 1.2 MeV particle accelerator dedicated to beam physics instruction as well as accelerator component research and development.(1) The cyclotron is uniquely suited to study the beam dynamics under different pole tip configurations. The 12-inch magnet was initially fitted with parallel magnetic pole tips creating uniform vertical magnetic field in the useable region of ion acceleration, however the resulting field lacked focusing properties. The next set of pole… Expand
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