Ion induced gas desorption problems in the ISR

@inproceedings{Calder1974IonIG,
  title={Ion induced gas desorption problems in the ISR},
  author={Rosemary Calder},
  year={1974}
}
Abstract Not least among the many stringent conditions which must be satisfied to achieve the proper operation of the Intersecting Storage Rings at CERN are those pertaining to its 2 km of ultrahigh vacuum. Apart from the direct influence of the residual gas molecules through nuclear and Coulomb scattering on the stored beam lifetimes (of the order of days during which the stored protons should travel the astronomical distance of some light days!) there are also indirect processes which… CONTINUE READING

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