Direct injection of fully stripped carbon ions into a fast-cycling induction synchrotron and their capture by the barrier bucket

Direct injection of fully stripped carbon ions into a fast-cycling induction synchrotron and... Fully stripped carbon ions generated in a laser-ablation ion source are directly injected into a small-scale induction synchrotron. Carbon-ion beams of C6+, C5+, and C4+ are trapped in the barrier bucket. Beam properties, such as the momentum spread and beam lifetime in the low-energy ring, are measured and discussed in relation to the essential characteristics required in a carbon driver for future carbon therapies. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Physical Review Accelerators and Beams American Physical Society (APS)

Direct injection of fully stripped carbon ions into a fast-cycling induction synchrotron and their capture by the barrier bucket

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Direct injection of fully stripped carbon ions into a fast-cycling induction synchrotron and their capture by the barrier bucket

Abstract

Fully stripped carbon ions generated in a laser-ablation ion source are directly injected into a small-scale induction synchrotron. Carbon-ion beams of C6+, C5+, and C4+ are trapped in the barrier bucket. Beam properties, such as the momentum spread and beam lifetime in the low-energy ring, are measured and discussed in relation to the essential characteristics required in a carbon driver for future carbon therapies.
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American Physical Society
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10.1103/PhysRevAccelBeams.20.080101
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Abstract

Fully stripped carbon ions generated in a laser-ablation ion source are directly injected into a small-scale induction synchrotron. Carbon-ion beams of C6+, C5+, and C4+ are trapped in the barrier bucket. Beam properties, such as the momentum spread and beam lifetime in the low-energy ring, are measured and discussed in relation to the essential characteristics required in a carbon driver for future carbon therapies.

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Physical Review Accelerators and BeamsAmerican Physical Society (APS)

Published: Aug 1, 2017

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