Quadrupole-induced resonant-particle transport in a pure electron plasma.

@article{Gilson2003QuadrupoleinducedRT,
  title={Quadrupole-induced resonant-particle transport in a pure electron plasma.},
  author={E P Gilson and Joel Fajans},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2003},
  volume={90 1},
  pages={
          015001
        }
}
  • E. Gilson, J. Fajans
  • Published 10 December 1999
  • Physics, Materials Science, Medicine
  • Physical review letters
Small transverse magnetic quadrupole fields sharply degrade the confinement of non-neutral plasmas held in Malmberg-Penning traps. For example, a quadrupole magnetic field of only 0.02 G/cm doubles the diffusion rate in a trap with a 100 G axial magnetic field. Larger quadrupole fields noticeably change the shape of the plasma. The transport is greatest at an orbital resonance. These results cast doubt on plans to use magnetic quadrupole neutral atom traps to confine antihydrogen atoms created… 
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