Review of Scientific Instruments , 1998, V 69, N 2.


Selected contactless optoelectronic measurements for electronic applications (invited) Antonello Cutolo pp. 337-360

Development of a femtosecond diffuse reflectance spectroscopic system, evaluation of its temporal resolution, and applications to organic powder systems Tsuyoshi Asahi, Akihiro Furube, Hiroshi Fukumura, Musubu Ichikawa, Hiroshi Masuhara pp. 361-371 Noise characterization of a coherent tunable far infrared spectrometer S. Viciani, F. Marin, P. De Natale pp. 372-376 A photospectrometer realized in a standard integrated circuit process Michael L. Simpson, William B. Dress, M. Nance Ericson, Gerald E. Jellison, David N. Sitter, Alan L. Wintenberg, David F. French pp. 377-383 A fast detector using stacked avalanche photodiodes for x-ray diffraction experiments with synchrotron radiation S. Kishimoto, N. Ishizawa, T. P. Vaalsta pp. 384-391 Continuum x-ray source as a calibration system for charge coupled devices K. Hashimotodani, T. Toneri, S. Kitamoto, H. Tsunemi, K. Hayashida, E. Miyata, K. Katayama, T. Kohomura, R. Asakura, K. Koyama, K. Yamamoto, K. Miyaguchi, H. Suzuki pp. 392-395 Measuring the instantaneous arrival times of a long series of consecutive photoevents Dimitar V. Stoyanov pp. 396-401 Portable autocollimators using the laser diode and the position sensitive detector Yeung J. Sohn, Jin H. Kwon, Ok S. Choe, Tae B. Eom pp. 402-405 Construction and characterization of a short pulse slit-jet source based upon the current loop-actuated design Thomas Muller, Patrick H. Vaccaro pp. 406-411
Ion optics for multiple charge exchange collisions determined by means of Monte Carlo simulation T. Takeuchi, T. Yamagata, K. Yonehara, Y. Arimoto, M. Tanaka pp. 412-417
Kilovolt x-ray scattering from a plasma Nigel C. Woolsey, David Riley, Eran Nardi pp. 418-424 Measurement of plasma density using wavelet analysis of microwave reflectometer signal L. G. Bruskin, A. Mase, T. Tokuzawa, N. Oyama, A. Itakura, T. Tamano pp. 425-430
A moving coil ac magnetic susceptometer R. R. de Souza, C. J. Magon pp. 431-436
A simple chemical etching technique for reproducible fabrication of robust scanning near-field fiber probes Yung-Hui Chuang, Kuo-Gung Sun, Chia-Jen Wang, J. Y. Huang, Ci-Ling Pan pp. 437-439 A new surface science in situ transmission and reflection electron microscope M. T. Marshall, M. L. McDonald, X. Tong, M. Yeadon, J. M. Gibson pp. 440-447 A compact superconducting magnet for magnetic resonance microscopy Stuart Crozier, David M. Doddrell pp. 448-451
Differential displacement measurement using scanning x-ray beams Howard A. Canistraro, Eric H. Jordan, Douglas M. Pease pp. 452-456 Broad band and absolute measurement of transient dynamic normal velocity of surface Byoung-Geuk Kim, Manabu Enoki, Teruo Kishi pp. 457-459 ) Optical deflection setup for stress measurements in thin films M. Bicker, U. von Hulsen, U. Laudahn, A. Pundt, U. Geyer pp. 460-462 A tensile stage to study thin polymer films in an environmental scanning electron microscope V. Thomas, A. Wolfenden pp. 463-465 Automated measuring instrument of the surface electric potential and potential distribution S. Sakalauskas, A. Sodeika pp. 466-468 A novel sensitive method of surface impedance measurement for small samples C. C. Chin pp. 469-473 Large area deposition of YBa[sub 2]Cu[sub 3]O[sub 7-x] films by pulsed laser ablation B. Schey, T. Bollmeier, M. Kuhn, W. Biegel, B. Stritzker pp. 474-476 Single-input double-tuned circuit for double resonance nuclear magnetic resonance experiments Sanlin Hu, Jeffrey A. Reimer, Alexis T. Bell pp. 477-478 Nuclear magnetic resonance in a diamond anvil cell at very high pressures Michael G. Pravica, Isaac F. Silvera pp. 479-484 ) Ion beam source for soft-landing deposition J. P. Biesecker, G. B. Ellison, H. Wang, M. J. Iedema, A. A. Tsekouras, J. P. Cowin pp. 485-495 Automated gate valve operation for pressure control Harish C. Barshilia, Balazs Kalmar, Norman R. Windsor, Gordon Kershmann, James J. O'Brien pp. 496-498 Simulation and design of a superconducting eddy current probe for nondestructive testing James R. Claycomb, Nilesh Tralshawala, Hsiao-Mei Cho, Mike Boyd, Zhongji Zou, Xin Wen Xu, John H. Miller Jr. pp. 499-506 Buried thermoplastic layer diagnostics by the use of combined frequency-domain and impulse response photo-thermo-mechanical radiometry Mahendra Munidasa, Andreas Mandelis, Mel Ball pp. 507-511
A novel thick-layer electrochemical cell for in situ x-ray diffraction G. Scherb, A. Kazimirov, J. Zegenhagen pp. 512-516 New technique to control oxygen fugacity in high-temperature/ high-pressure experiments Hongsen Xie, Heping Li, Ji-an Xu pp. 517-518 Automated fluid mixing in glass capillaries H. T. Evensen, D. R. Meldrum, D. L. Cunningham pp. 519-526
Low-cost monochromatic microsecond flash microbeam apparatus for single-cell photolysis of rhodopsin or other photolabile pigments Jack M. Sullivan pp. 527-539 Subnanosecond polarized microfluorimetry in the time domain: An instrument for studying receptor trafficking in live cells M. L. Martin-Fernandez, M. J. Tobin, D. T. Clarke, C. M. Gregory, G. R. Jones pp. 540-543
Dissipation mechanisms in pendulums and their implications for gravitational wave interferometers Y. L. Huang, Peter R. Saulson pp. 544-553 Optical transduction chain for gravitational wave bar detectors L. Conti, M. Cerdonio, L. Taffarello, J. P. Zendri, A. Ortolan, C. Rizzo, G. Ruoso, G. A. Prodi, S. Vitale, G. Cantatore, E. Zavattini pp. 554-558 A high-temperature torsion apparatus for the high-resolution characterization of internal friction and creep in refractory metals and ceramics: Application to the seismic-frequency, dynamic response of Earth's upper mantle Tye T. Gribb, Reid F. Cooper pp. 559-564 Development of a portable time-of-flight membrane inlet mass spectrometer for environmental analysis A. J. White, M. G. Blamire, C. A. Corlett, B. W. Griffiths, D. M. Martin, S. B. Spencer, S. J. Mullock pp. 565-571 An automated tracer dispersal system for snow accumulation and saltation transport investigations David A. Braaten, Kenneth L. Ratzlaff pp. 572-577 A new digital all-sky imager experiment for optical auroral studies in conjunction with the Scandinavian twin auroral radar experiment M. J. Kosch, T. Hagfors, E. Nielsen pp. 578-584
Navigation system for a mobile robot with a visual sensor using a fish-eye lens Junichi Kurata, Kenneth T. V. Grattan, Hironobu Uchiyama pp. 585-590 A pulsed power system for generating multiple high voltage pulses with a short pulse repetition interval Katsumi Masugata pp. 591-594 Response time of light emitting diode-logarithmic electrometer Y. B. Acharya, P. D. Vyavahare pp. 595-598 An inductive position sensor for the measurement of large displacements at low temperature K. A. Backes, J. G. Brisson pp. 599-602
Technique to monitor the local temperature rise during laser irradiation of transparent dielectrics G. Asbury, P. Bunton pp. 603-604 Electron cyclotron resonance sources: Historical review and future prospects (invited) R. Geller p. 613 Historical review of electron beam ion sources (invited) Evgeni D. Donets pp. 614-619 Report on the Thirteenth International Electron Cyclotron Resonance Ion Source Workshop (invited) D. P. May pp. 620-622 Seventh symposium on EBIS/T and their applications combined with a workshop on ion sources for hadron colliders, a satellite meeting to ICIS'97 (invited) R. Becker pp. 623-624 Production of highly charged ion beams from electron cyclotron resonance ion sources (invited) Z. Q. Xie pp. 625-630 A new 14 GHz electron-cyclotron-resonance ion source for the heavy ion accelerator facility ATLAS M. Schlapp, R. C. Pardo, R. C. Vondrasek, J. Szczech, P. J. Billquist, J. Vieregg, Z. Q. Xie, C. M. Lyneis, R. Harkewicz pp. 631-633 Ion charge state distribution in plasma of electron cyclotron resonance discharge sustained by powerful millimeter wave radiation S. V. Golubev, S. V. Razin, V. G. Zorin pp. 634-636 Production of intense beams of highly charged metallic ions from RIKEN 18 GHz electron cyclotron resonance ion source T. Nakagawa, J. Arje, Y. Miyazawa, M. Hemmi, T. Chiba, N. Inabe, M. Kase, T. Kageyama, O. Kamigaito, M. Kidera, A. Goto, Y. Yano pp. 637-639 Experimental results from the Brookhaven National Laboratory test electron beam ion source E. Beebe, J. Alessi, A. Hershcovitch, A. Kponou, A. Pikin, K. Prelec, P. Stein, R. W. Schmieder pp. 640-642 Experiments on a 14.5 GHz electron cyclotron resonance source C. E. Hill, K. Langbein pp. 643-645 Beam development at the new 14 GHz electron cyclotron resonance ion source of ATOMKI S. Biri, J. Vamosi pp. 646-648 Production of microbunched beams of very highly charged ions with an electron beam ion source Martin P. Stockli pp. 649-651 Use of multiple-discrete-frequency microwave radiation to enhance the performances of traditional B-minimum electron cyclotron resonance ion sources G. D. Alton, F. W. Meyer, Y. Liu, J. R. Beene, D. Tucker p. 652 Preliminary results of the 14 GHz SERSE superconducting electron cyclotron resonance ion source working in high-B mode P. Ludwig, F. Bourg, P. Briand, A. Girard, G. Melin, D. Guillaume, P. Seyfert, A. La Grassa, G. Ciavola, G. Di Bartolo, S. Gammino, M. Cafici, M. Castro, F. Chines, S. Marletta et al. pp. 653-655 General purpose high-performance electron cyclotron resonance ion source for production of multicharged ions P. Sortais, L. Bex, L. Maunoury, T. Lamy, A. C. C. Villari pp. 656-658 Operation of the ECR ion source Alice and its platform M. Cavenago, F. Cervellera, T. Kulevoy, M. T. Marchetti, A. Vassiliev pp. 659-661 Performance of the ion source DECRIS-14-2 A. Efremov, V. Behterev, S. L. Bogomolov, V. B. Kutner, A. N. Lebedev, V. N. Loginov, Y. Yu Yazvitsky pp. 662-664 Developments on the KSU-CRYEBIS, a user facility for low energy, highly charged ions M. P. Stockli, M. Abdallah, C. Y. Chen, C. L. Cocke, B. D. De Paola, D. Fry, P. E. Gibson, P. Richard, T. N. Tipping, B. Walch, S. Winecki, B. Eastman, Th. Gebel, E. Langer, U. Lehnert et al. pp. 665-667 Review of electron beam macroinstabilities and other EBIS related stability and issues Ady Hershcovitch pp. 668-670 Stripping of ion beams by multiple passes through a plasma medium V. D. Dougar Jabon, F. A. Vivas, A. J. Chacon Velasco, A. M. Umnov pp. 671-673 Development of 18 GHz electron cyclotron resonance ion source with high-voltage extraction configuration A. Kitagawa, M. Muramatsu, S. Yamada, T. Okada, M. Yamamoto, K. Uno, S. Biri, J. Vamosi, X. H. Zhou pp. 674-676 Superconducting hexapole/solenoid for SERSE D. Krischel, M. Schillo, A. Hobl, H. Gruneberg, H.-J. Hergesell pp. 677-678 Design aspects and status of construction of the mVINIS ion source A. Efremov, V. Kutner, S. Bogomolov, A. Lebedev, V. Loginov, N. Yazvitsky, A. Dobrosavljevic, I. Draganic, S. Dekic, T. Stalevski pp. 679-681 Development of the third generation ECR ion source C. M. Lyneis, Z. Q. Xie, C. E. Taylor pp. 682-684 The development of an electron cyclotron resonance ion source for the heavy ion research facility in Lanzhou Liu Zhanwen, Zhang Wen, Zhao Hongwei, Yuan Ping, Zhang Xuezhen, Guo Xiaohong, Zhang Zimin, Li Xixia, Wang Hui, Feng Yucheng, Li Jinyu, Gao Jiyuan, Ma Baohua, Lei Hailiang, Zhou Sixin et al. pp. 685-687 The operational parameters for the Texas A&M high B mode electron cyclotron resonance ion source D. P. May pp. 688-690 Study of the feasibility of self focusing of a relativistic electron beam in an electron beam ion source/trap M. Mucke, R. Rao, R. Becker, M. Kleinod pp. 691-693 The present status of the Tokyo electron beam ion trap N. Nakamura, J. Asada, F. J. Currell, T. Fukami, T. Hirayama, D. Kato, K. Motohashi, E. Nojikawa, S. Ohtani, K. Okazaki, M. Sakurai, H. Shimizu, N. Tada, S. Tsurubuchi, H. Watanabe pp. 694-696 Brookhaven National Laboratory electron beam test stand A. Pikin, J. Alessi, E. Beebe, A. Kponou, K. Prelec, L. Snydstrup pp. 697-699 Electron cyclotron resonance ion source ionic currents (both in the stable and periodic regimes) modeled in relation with the hot electron temperature via the potential dip R. Pras, M. Lamoureux, A. Girard, H. Khodja, G. Melin pp. 700-702 Production of multiply charged metallic ions by compact electron cyclotron resonance ion source with SF[sub 6] plasma Y. Saitoh, K. Ohkoshi, W. Yokota pp. 703-705 High secondary electron emission for an enhanced electron density in election cyclotron resonance plasma L. Schachter, S. Dobrescu, Al. I. Badescu-Singureanu, N. Baltateanu pp. 706-708 Status report on ECR ion source operation at the GSI accelerator facilities K. Tinschert, J. Bossler, S. Schennach, H. Schulte A 2.45 GHz ECR ion source for production of medium charge states ions D. C. Wutte, M. A. Leitner, M. D. Williams, K. N. Leung, R. A. Gough, K. Saadatmand, V. Benveniste pp. 712-714 Manufacture of a compact Ku-band electron cyclotron resonance ion source with two resonance zones and variable frequency E. Tojyo, M. Oyaizu, A. Imanishi, S. C. Jeong, H. Kawakami, K. Niki, Y. Shirakabe, T. Hattori, Y. Ohshiro pp. 715-717 Status of the development of electron beam ion sources at Frankfurt M. Kleinod, R. Becker, H. Holtermann, M. Mucke, R. Rao, M. Weidenmuller, B. Zipfel pp. 718-720 Electron-beam extraction system for the Frankfurt 14 GHz electron cyclotron resonance ion source S. Runkel, O. Hohn, L. Schmidt, K. E. Stiebing, H. Schmidt-Bocking, A. Schempp, R. Becker pp. 721-723 Design aspects of a compact, single-frequency, permanent-magnet electron cyclotron resonance ion source with a large uniformly distributed resonant plasma volume Y. Liu, G. D. Alton, G. D. Mills, C. A. Reed, D. L. Haynes p. 724 A high temperature oven for the production of vapors from solid materials at the Laboratorio Nazionale del Sud Superconducting Electron cyclotron Resonance SourcE G. di Bartolo, F. Chines, G. Ciavola, S. Gammino, C. Marchetta, S. Marletta, E. Messina, S. Passarello, Z. Wang pp. 725-727 Ion sources at the KVI (abstract) A. G. Drentje, H. R. Kremers, J. Mulder, J. Sijbring p. 728 Successful modeling, design, and test of electron cyclotron resonance ion sources A. Heinen, M. Ruther, J. Ducree, J. Leuker, J. Mrogenda, H. W. Ortjohann, E. Reckels, Ch. Vitt, H. J. Andra pp. 729-731 Polarized ion sources for high-energy accelerators (invited) C. D. P. Levy, A. N. Zelenski pp. 732-736 Ion sources for fission fragment accelerators U. Koster, O. Kester, D. Habs p. 737 Status of the laser ion source at the Leuven isotope separator online Yuri Kudryavtsev, Serge Franchoo, Johnny Gentens, Mark Huyse, Riccardo Raabe, Ils Reusen, Piet Van Duppen, Paul Van den Bergh, Ludo Vermeeren, Andreas Wohr pp. 738-740 Production of multicharged radioactive ion beams: New results for the 1+(right-arrow)n+ method with the MINIMAFIOS and SARA-CAPRICE electron cyclotron resonance ion sources T. Lamy, J-F. Bruandet, N. Chauvin, J.-C. Curdy, M. Fruneau, R. Geller, G. Gimond, P. Sole, J-L. Vieux-Rochas, G. Gaubert, L. Maunoury, P. Sortais, A. C. C. Villari p. 741 Ion source test stand for radioactive beams (abstract) J. A. Nolen, P. Decrock, M. Portillo, T. P. Mullen, A. A. Geraci, T. A. Barlow, J. P. Greene, I. Gomes, C. H. Batson, S. E. Saremba p. 742 Possible developments of high power targets for radioactive beams J. R. J. Bennett, P. V. Drumm pp. 743-745 Selective method of the separation of the isobars of the alkali and rare-earth elements products in nuclear reactions A. V. Demyanov p. 746 Off-line efficiency measurements of the microwave discharge source (MIDAS) at the Laboratorio Nazionale del Sud S. Gammino, G. Ciavola, L. Celona, L. Torrisi, M. Castro, F. Chines, S. Marletta, E. Messina, J. Qin, Z. Wang pp. 747-749 Beam formation at the Munich atomic beam source R. Hertenberger, Y. Eisermann, A. Hofmann, A. Metz, P. Schiemenz, S. Trieb, G. Graw pp. 750-752 A microwave driven off-line ion source for ISAC at TRIUMF K. Jayamanna, G. Cojocaru, M. Dombsky, T. Kuo, R. Laxdal, M. McDonald, P. W. Schmor, D. Yuan, A. Zyuzin pp. 753-755 An electron cyclotron resonance source for radioactive beryllium ion beam production K. Jayamanna, Z. Zyuzin, L. Buchmann, G. Cojocaru, M. Dombsky, T. Kuo, M. McDonald, P. W. Schmor, D. Yuan pp. 756-757 Constraints due to the production of radioactive ion beams in the SPIRAL project R. Leroy, Y. Huguet, P. Jardin, C. Marry, J. Y. Pacquet, A. C. C. Villari pp. 758-760 Recent developments of the ISOLDE laser ion source J. Lettry, R. Catherall, G. J. Focker, O. C. Jonsson, E. Kugler, H. Ravn, C. Tamburella, the ISOLDE Collaboration, V. Fedoseyev, V. I. Mishin, G. Huber, V. Sebastian, M. Koizumi, U. Koster pp. 761-763 Electron cyclotron resonance ion source developments at Louvain-la-Neuve C. Barue, S. Biri, S. Cherkani-Hassani, M. Gaelens, M. Loiselet, G. Ryckewaert pp. 764-766 Beam characteristics using stable isotopes from a multicusp source for the TRIUMF ISAC facility T. Kuo, D. Yuan, K. Jayamanna, M. McDonald, R. Baartman, G. Mackenzie, P. Bricault, M. Dombsky, P. Schmor, G. Dutto, Y. Lee, K-N Leung, D. Williams, R. Gough pp. 767-769 Beam bunching of the radioactive nuclear beam in a 6.4 GHz electron cyclotron resonance ion source M. Oyaizu, H. Ishiyama, S. C. Jeong, H. Kawakami, H. Miyatake, J. Tanaka, E. Tojo, M. Wada, I. Katayama, T. Nomura, M. Fujita, M. Tanigaki, T. Shinozuka, M. Fujioka pp. 770-772 The electron-beam-plasma ion source as source of negative fluorine G. D. Alton, R. F. Welton, S. N. Murray, B. Cui p. 773 Experimental methods in radioactive ion beam target/ion source development and characterization (abstract) R. F. Welton, G. D. Alton, B. Cui, S. N. Murray p. 774 Prototype negative ion sources for radioactive ion beam generation (abstract) G. D. Alton, R. F. Welton, C. Williams, B. Cui, S. N. Murray p. 775 Development of vacuum arc ion sources for heavy ion accelerator injectors and ion implantation technology (invited) Efim M. Oks pp. 776-781 Heating of metal arc plasma under high vacuum Moritake Tamba pp. 782-784 Metal ions from the volatile compounds method for the production of metal ion beams H. Koivisto, J. Arje, M. Nurmia pp. 785-787 New ion source design for ion propulsion application M. Capacci, G. Noci pp. 788-790 Ion charge state distributions of pulsed vacuum arc plasmas in strong magnetic fields Andre Anders, George Yushkov, Efim Oks, Alexey Nikolaev, Ian Brown p. 791 Production of metallic ions with an ECRIS at GANIL L. Bex, J. L. Flambard, M. Dupuis, P. Leherissier, J. P. Rataud pp. 792-794 Propagation of metal vapor vacuum arc ions into electron cyclotron resonance ion sources M. Cavenago, T. Kulevoy, A. Vassiliev pp. 795-797 Results from energetic electron beam metal vapor vacuum arc and Z-discharge plasma metal vapor vacuum arc: Development of new sources of intense high charge state heavy-ion beams A. Hershcovitch, B. M. Johnson, F. Liu, A. Anders, I. G. Brown pp. 798-800 Streaming metal plasma generation by vacuum arc plasma guns R. A. MacGill, M. R. Dickinson, A. Anders, O. R. Monteiro, I. G. Brown pp. 801-803 An intense Hall-type ion source for satellite propulsion G. Guerrini, C. Michaut, M. Bacal, A. N. Vesselovzorov, A. A. Pogorelov pp. 804-806 Beam current density distribution of a vacuum arc ion source A. G. Nikolaev, E. M. Oks, Xiaoji Zhang, Cheng Cheng pp. 807-809 Investigations of forming metal-plasma flows filtered from microparticle fraction in vacuum arc evaporators A. I. Ryabchikov, I. B. Stepanov pp. 810-812 Production of 3d metal ion electron cyclotron resonance plasmas and ion beams using volatile compounds A. Ullrich, P. Grubling, G. Zschornack pp. 813-815 Studies on MEVVA ion source Sun Biehe, Xiang Hongwen pp. 816-818 Vacuum arc ion source for heavy ion fusion F. Liu, N. Qi, S. Gensler, R. R. Prasad, M. Krishnan, I. G. Brown pp. 819-821 Universal metal ion source I. N. Churkin, V. I. Volosov, A. G. Steshov pp. 822-824 Microwave ion sources for material processing (invited) N. Sakudo pp. 825-830 Distributed electron cyclotron resonance plasma immersion for large area ion implantation (invited) F. Le Coeur, T. Lagarde, J. Pelletier, Y. Arnal, R. Burke, M. Brunel pp. 831-836 Development of a 2.45 GHz electron cyclotron resonance ion source for ion-implanter application M. Sekiguchi, H. Matsushita, I. Jonoshita, M. Kabasawa pp. 837-839 Indirectly heated cathode arc discharge source for ion implantation of semiconductors Thomas N. Horsky pp. 840-842 Electron cyclotron resonance applicator of the Wilkinson microwave power divider type for large diameter ion sources C. Fusellier, L. Wartski, Ph. Coste, C. Schwebel, J. Aubert pp. 843-845 Characteristics of electron cyclotron resonance plasmas for large area ion source application S. M. Hwang, J. G. Yang, N. S. Yoon, J. Hong, B. C. Kim, K.-I. You, Hanbit Project Team pp. 846-848 Modified arc ion source of multicharged ions of metals and gases B. P. Il'enko, I. M. Nekludov, I. N. Onishchenko pp. 849-851 Investigations on liquid alloy ion sources for rare-earth elements (abstract) F. Machalett, W. Wesch, R. Muhle, S. Barth p. 852 Low-pressure hollow-cathode glow discharge plasma for broad beam gaseous ion source Efim M. Oks, Alexey V. Vizir, George Yu. Yushkov pp. 853-855 Powerful source of accelerated atoms for surface modification I. N. Churkin, V. I. Volosov, A. G. Steshov pp. 856-858 Ion source requirements for a radio frequency high-energy ion implanter Kourosh Saadatmand pp. 859-861 Bernas ion source modifications for platinum and aluminum ion implantation (abstract) C. Medulla, M. Raspagliesi p. 862 Ion sources for industrial applications (invited) Junzo Ishikawa pp. 863-867 A plasma window for vacuum-atmosphere interface and focusing lens of sources for nonvacuum ion material modification (invited) Ady Hershcovitch pp. 868-873 Thirty-five centimeter diameter radio frequency ion-beam source V. Kanarov, A. V. Hayes, R. Yevtukhov, B. Vidinsky, A. Navy pp. 874-876 Multicusp sources for ion beam projection lithography Y. Lee, R. A. Gough, W. B. Kunkel, K. N. Leung, J. Vujic, M. D. Williams, D. Wutte, N. Zahir pp. 877-879 A filamentless ion source for materials processing Andre Anders, Robert A. MacGill, Ian G. Brown, Alexey Vizir pp. 880-882 Characterization of a low-energy constricted-plasma source (abstract) Andre Anders, Michael Kuhn p. 883 Extraction of molecular negative-ion beams of CN from radio frequency plasma-sputter-type heavy negative ion source for negative-ion beam deposition Hiroshi Tsuji, Junzo Ishikawa, Tetsuo Tomita, Takaaki Yoshihara, Yasuhito Gotoh pp. 884-886 Development of compact microwave ion source for low-energy application Y. Gotoh, Y. Fujimori, H. Kubo, H. Tsuji, J. Ishikawa pp. 887-889 Compact electron cyclotron resonance plasma source C. Gaudin, L. Hay, J. M. Buzzi, M. Bacal, M. Lamoureux pp. 890-892 Vacuum arc ion and plasma source Raduga 5 for materials treatment A. I. Ryabchikov, I. B. Stepanov, S. V. Dektjarev, O. V. Sergeev pp. 893-895 Formation of uniform titanium dioxide films by sputtering of tapered targets in an electron cyclotron resonance plasma S. Ishii, N. Morishita, Y. Kato, F. Tani, Y. Koizumi, M. Sunagawa pp. 896-898 Ion sources for microsize ion-beam treatment of optical parts R. A. Michnev, S. K. Shtandel, A. P. Belokurov, M. I. Martynov pp. 899-901 Installation for ion-beam treatment of high-precision optical parts R. A. Michnev, S. K. Shtandel pp. 902-904 Analysis of homogeneity of elements distributions in the FeAl intermetallic samples performed by mass analyzer of mass-reflectron-type with laser ionization of investigated materials W. Mroz, A. Antonik, P. Norek, A. Prokopiuk, S. Jozwiak, Z. Bojar, Z. Bystrzycki, N. S. Kirillov, B. A. Mamyrin, D. V. Schmikk pp. 905-907 Development of high power ion sources for fusion (invited) Y. Ohara pp. 908-913 Modeling of negative ion transport in a plasma source (invited) David Riz, Jerome Pamela pp. 914-919 High current H[sup -] ion sources for the large helical device neutral beam injector Y. Oka, K. Tsumori, Y. Takeiri, O. Kaneko, M. Osakabe, E. Asano, T. Kawamoto, R. Akiyama pp. 920-922 Tokamak de Varenne's diagnostic neutral beam injector A. H. Sarkissian, D-NBI Team pp. 923-925 [ PDF (82 kB) Negative ion sources for neutral beam injection into fusion machines R. Trainham, C. Jacquot, D. Riz, A. Simonin, K. Miyamoto, Y. Fujiwara, Y. Okumura pp. 926-928 Multibeam honeycomb surface-plasma source with plasma injection from hollow cathodes Yu. I. Belchenko, A. S. Kupriyanov pp. 929-931 Effect of cesium seeding on hydrogen negative ion volume production M. Bacal, F. El Balghiti-Sube, L. I. Elizarov, A. Y. Tontegode pp. 932-934 Plasma driven superpermeation and its possible applications to ion sources and neutral beam injectors M. Bacal, F. El Balghiti-Sube, A. I. Livshits, M. E. Notkin, D. Riz, M. N. Soloviev, T. Kuroda, M. Y. Tanaka pp. 935-937 Pulse modulation for plasma parameter control and optimization of volume H[sup -] ion source Osamu Fukumasa, Masahiro Shinoda pp. 938-940 Isotope effect and cesium dependence of negative ion production in volume H[sup -] and D[sup -] ion sources Osamu Fukumasa, Kyogo Yoshino pp. 941-943 H[sup -] measurement in the magnetically filtered region of the large negative ion source M. Hamabe, Y. Oka, K. Tsumori, M. Osakabe, Y. Takeiri, O. Kaneko, T. Kuroda pp. 944-946 Grid power loading in a multiaperture, multigrid negative ion accelerator M. Hanada, Y. Fujiwara, K. Miyamoto, N. Miyamoto, Y. Okumura, K. Watanabe pp. 947-949 Hydrogen negative ion production in an electron cyclotron resonance driven plasma V. D. Dougar Jabon, A. J. Chacon Velasco, F. A. Vivas pp. 950-952 Simultaneous production of H[sup -] by both thermal and electron-stimulated desorptions from saline hydrides Hiroyuki Kawano, Naoshi Serizawa, Akihide Tanaka, Motoi Wada, Mamiko Sasao, Kiyoshi Miyake pp. 953-955 Large-area radio frequency plasma sources for fusion applications W. Kraus, E. Speth, J.-H. Feist, P. Frank, B. Heinemann, R. Riedl, R. Trainham, C. Jacquot pp. 956-958 Further development for the TRIUMF H[sup -]/D[sup -] multicusp source T. Kuo, D. Yuan, K. Jayamanna, M. McDonald, R. Baartman, W. Z. Gelbart, N. Stevenson, P. Schmor, G. Dutto pp. 959-961 Development of the radio frequency driven H[sup -] ion source for the National Spallation Neutron Source M. A. Leitner, R. A. Gough, K. N. Leung, M. L. Rickard, P. K. Scott, A. B. Wengrow, M. D. Williams, D. C. Wutte pp. 962-964 Simulation of the low energy H[sup -] injector into the National Spallation Neutron Source radio frequency quadrupole accelerator M. A. Leitner, D. C. Wutte, K. N. Leung pp. 965-967 Estimate of cusp loss width in multicusp negative ion source T. Morishita, M. Ogasawara, A. Hatayama pp. 968-970 Microwave plasma source for the negative hydrogen ion production M. Mozjetchkov, T. Takanashi, Y. Oka, K. Tsumori, M. Osakabe, O. Kaneko, Y. Takeiri, T. Kuroda pp. 971-973 Effect of cesium on H[sup -] production in a field free region of a volume source M. Nishiura, M. Sasao, M. Wada pp. 974-976 High-current negative-ion beam acceleration with a large negative-ion source for large helical device-neutral beam injection system Y. Takeiri, M. Osakabe, K. Tsumori, Y. Oka, O. Kaneko, E. Asano, T. Kawamoto, R. Akiyama pp. 977-979 High-density plasma production for neutralizing negative ion beam M. Y. Tanaka, M. Bacal, M. Sasao, T. Kuroda pp. 980-982 Recommissioning the deuterium negative ion source experiment ion source for studies in support of ignition device to test engineering concepts P. McNeely, D. Boilson, N. Curran, M. Hopkins, D. Vender pp. 983-985 Development of a multiaperture, multistage electrostatic accelerator for hydrogen negative ion beams Kazuhiro Watanabe, Yukio Fujiwara, Masaya Hanada, Takashi Inoue, Kenji Miyamoto, Naoki Miyamoto, Yoshihiro Ohara, Yoshikazu Okumura pp. 986-988 Development of the next generation H[sup -] ion source for the LANSCE facility A. B. Wengrow, M. A. Leitner, K. N. Leung, M. D. Williams, D. C. Wutte pp. 989-991 The status of DESY H[sup -] sources J. Peters pp. 992-994 Electron energy dependence of vacuum ultraviolet emission and H[sup -] production in a low-pressure hydrogen plasma Osamu Fukumasa, Norihisa Mizuki, Eiji Niitani pp. 995-997 Radio frequency driven multicusp sources (invited) Ka-Ngo Leung pp. 998-1002 Status report on a dc 130 mA, 75 keV proton injector (invited) Joseph Sherman, Andrew Arvin, Lash Hansborough, David Hodgkins, Earl Meyer, J. David Schneider, H. Vernon Smith Jr., Matthew Stettler, Ralph R. Stevens Jr., Michael Thuot, Thomas Zaugg, Robin Ferdinand pp. 1003-1008 Last results of the continuous-wave high-intensity light ion source at CEA-Saclay R. Gobin, A. France, P.-Y. Beauvais, O. Delferriere, D. De Menezes, R. Ferdinand pp. 1009-1011 Development of a high current H[sup -] source for European spallation source K. Volk, P. Beller, H. Klein, A. Maaser, M. Weber pp. 1012-1014 Development of a high-current microwave ion source for Korean Multipurposed Accelerator (abstract) Y. S. Hwang, I. S. Hong, H. J. Kim, G. S. Eom, Y. S. Cho, B. H. Choi p. 1015 Conceptual design of a helicon ion source for high-current dc accelerators Y. S. Hwang, I. S. Hong, G. S. Eom p. 1016 Development of a 130-mA, 75-kV high voltage column for high-intensity dc proton injectors Joseph Sherman, Andrew Arvin, Lash Hansborough, Dave Hodgkins, Earl Meyer, J. David Schneider, R. R. Stevens Jr., Michael Thuot, Thomas Zaugg pp. 1017-1019 Duoplasmatron source modifications for [sup 3]He[sup +] operation C. W. Schmidt, M. Popovic pp. 1020-1022 Quartz antenna for radio frequency ion source operation Y. Lee, R. A. Gough, K. N. Leung, L. T. Perkins, D. S. Pickard, J. Vujic, L. K. Wu, M. Olivo, H. Einenkel pp. 1023-1025 High-brightness source for ion and electron beams (invited) S. Kalbitzer, A. Knoblauch pp. 1026-1031 High brightness [sup 3]He ion source and plasma target for nuclear astrophysical applications Takahisa Itahashi, Keiji Takahisa, Nobuyuki Kudomi, Tetsufumi Iki, Sei Yoshida, Hiroshi Toki, Hiroyasu Ejiri, Hideaki Ohsumi, Masataka Komori pp. 1032-1034 Laser ion source for heavy ion synchrotrons (invited) B. Yu. Sharkov, S. Kondrashev, I. Roudskoy, S. Savin, A. Shumshurov, H. Haseroth, H. Kugler, K. Langbein, N. Lisi, H. Magnusson, R. Scrivens, J. C. Schnuringer, J. Tambini, S. Homenko, K. Makarov et al. pp. 1035-1039 Report on the workshop on ion sources for hadron colliders (invited) J. G. Alessi pp. 1040-1044 Absolute measurements of characteristics of tantalum ion current from laser-produced plasma E. Woryna, P. Parys, J. Wolowski, J. Krasa, L. Laska, K. Rohlena, M. P. Stockli, S. Winecki, B. Walch pp. 1045-1047 Dual chamber PIG ion source with plasma transport by crossed [bold E(times)B] fields S. L. Bogomolov, V. B. Kutner pp. 1048-1050 Developments at the CERN laser ion source H. Haseroth, H. Kugler, K. Langbein, N. Lisi, A. Lombardi, H. Magnusson, W. Pirkl, J. C. Schnuriger, R. Scrivens, J. Tambini, E. Tanke, S. Homenko, K. Makarov, V. Roerich, A. Stepanov et al. pp. 1051-1053 Hollow cathode magnetron ion source with axial extraction. II Vujo I. Miljevic pp. 1054-1055 Observation of different Ta and Pt ion groups produced by laser radiation with the intensities of I lambda [sup 2]~10[sup 15] W cm[sup -2] mu m[sup 2] W. Mroz, L. Laska, J. Krasa, B. Kralikova, K. Masek, M. Pfeifer, K. Rohlena, J. Skala, P. Parys, J. Wolowski, E. Woryna, D. Fry, M. P. Stockli p. 1056 Development of the Penning ionization gauge source for higher current C. Muhle, K. D. Leible, P. Spadtke pp. 1057-1059 Ion source electrode biasing technique for microsecond beam pulse rise times L. T. Perkins, J. W. Kwan, K. N. Leung, M. Rickard, M. D. Williams pp. 1060-1062 Development of a double-charge exchange He[sup -] source M. Sasao, A. Taniike, M. Nishiura, M. Wada pp. 1063-1065 Development of a Bi[sup +] source for heavy ion fusion M. Weber, K. Volk, P. Beller, A. Lakatos, A. Maaser, H. Klein pp. 1066-1068 A design study for a holey-plate structure surface-wave ion source Yoshikazu Yoshida pp. 1069-1071 Multiply charged ions of heavy elements produced by an iodine laser with subnanosecond pulses L. Laska, J. Krasa, K. Masek, M. Pfeifer, K. Rohlena, B. Kralikova, J. Skala, P. Straka, E. Woryna, P. Parys, J. Wolowski, W. Mroz, H. Haseroth, A. Golubev, B. Sharkov et al. pp. 1072-1074 A microbeam Cs ion source for accelerator mass spectrometry S. H. Sie, T. R. Niklaus, G. F. Suter, F. Bruhn p. 1075 Status of 2.45 GHz compact National Institute of Radiological Sciences electron cyclotron resonance ion source M. Muramatsu, A. Kitagawa, S. Sato, K. Tashiro, S. Yamada, S. Shibuya, T. Hattori pp. 1076-1078 Ion source development at GSI P. Spadtke, J. Bossler, H. Emig, K. D. Leible, C. Muhle, H. Reich, H. Schulte, K. Tinschert pp. 1079-1081 Production techniques for rare earth and other heavy negative ions H. R. McK. Hyder, J. Ashenfelter, R. McGrath pp. 1082-1084 Ion sources for medical accelerators W. A. Barletta, W. T. Chu, K. N. Leung pp. 1085-1087 Transportation of intensive ion beams (invited) I. A. Soloshenko p. 1088 Beam extraction in the presence of space charge forces (invited) P. Spadtke pp. 1089-1093 Radial distribution of space-charge force in compensated positive-ion beams (invited) R. Dolling, J. Pozimski, P. Gross pp. 1094-1099 Modeling of electron-cyclotron-resonance ion source and scaling laws A. Girard, C. Perret, G. Melin, C. Lecot pp. 1100-1102 Toward a realistic and tractable model for negative-ion extraction from volume sources J. H. Whealton, D. K. Olsen, R. J. Raridon pp. 1103-1105 Beam extraction from a laser-driven multicharged ion source (abstract) O. A. Anderson, B. Grant Logan p. 1106 The virtual cathode: Key to the numerical simulation of negative ion extraction R. Becker, K. N. Leung, W. Kunkel pp. 1107-1109 Experiments on 5 MeV proton beam focusing by plasma lens V. N. Belan, V. I. Butenko, B. I. Ivanov, V. A. Kiselev, A. F. Linnik, I. N. Onishchenko, V. P. Prishchepov, A. M. Yegorov pp. 1110-1112 Study of microwave coupling in electron cyclotron resonance ion sources and microwave ion sources L. Celona, G. Ciavola, S. Gammino pp. 1113-1115 Ion decelerator for creation of dense low-energy ion beams (abstract) L. A. Gontcharov, V. A. Qbukhov p. 1116 Computational studies on primary electron orbits in an ion source Mieko Kashiwagi, Shunji Ido pp. 1117-1119 Simulation of 10 A electron-beam formation and collection for a high current electron-beam ion source A. Kponou, E. Beebe, A. Pikin, G. Kuznetsov, M. Batazova, M. Tiunov pp. 1120-1122 Models of many-element electron cyclotron resonance plasmas M. T. Marchetti, M. Cavenago, F. Pegoraro pp. 1123-1125 Parametric decay of electron cyclotron waves and its influence on the ion transport in an electron cyclotron resonance ion source D. Meyer, D. Bolshukhin, K. Wiesemann pp. 1126-1128 Exploration of the afterglow of the pulsed electron cyclotron resonance source under the injection of neutral fluxes V. Mironov, G. Shirkov, O. Strekalovsky, N. Tokareva pp. 1129-1131 Numerical simulation of the effect of Cs volume reaction in an H[sup -] ion source M. Ogasawara, T. Morishita, M. Miura, N. Shibayama, A. Hatayama pp. 1132-1134 Some characteristics of moderate energy metal ion beam focusing by a high current plasma lens A. Goncharov, A. Dobrovolsky, I. Protsenko, V. Kaluh, I. Onishenko, I. Brown pp. 1135-1137 An improved extraction for the multicusp-type light ion-ion source apparatus J. Reijonen, P. Heikkinen, E. Liukkonen, J. Arje pp. 1138-1140 Numerical simulation of highly charged ion production in RIKEN 18 GHz electron cyclotron resonance ion source G. Shirkov, T. Nakagawa pp. 1141-1143 Three-dimensional analysis of ion beam deflection by the magnetic field at H[sup -] ion sources for the negative-ion-based neutral beam injection M. Tanaka, Y. Ose, M. Koizumi, Y. Yamashita, H. Kawakami, Y. Takeiri, O. Kaneko, Y. Oka, K. Tsumori, M. Osakabe pp. 1144-1146 Modeling of broad beam ion sources M. Tartz, E. Hartmann, F. Scholze, H. Neumann pp. 1147-1149 Production and control of high current ion beams in plasma-optical systems A. Goncharov pp. 1150-1152 A microwave plasma cathode electron gun for ion beam neutralization C. Fusellier, L. Wartski, J. Aubert, C. Schwebel, Ph. Coste, A. Chabrier pp. 1153-1155 Laser ion source torch for highly charged ions A. V. Demyanov, S. V. Sidorov, S. A. Avdeev, B. P. Jatcenko pp. 1156-1157 Separation of beam and electrons in the spallation neutron source H[sup -] ion source J. H. Whealton, R. J. Raridon, K. N. Leung pp. 1158-1160 Software architecture considerations for ion source control systems (invited) John W. Sinclair pp. 1161-1166 Determination of ion charge state distributions in krypton and cobalt electron cyclotron resonance plasmas by wavelength dispersive x-ray spectroscopy P. Grubling, D. Kuchler, U. Lehnert, A. Ullrich, T. Werner, G. Zschornack pp. 1167-1169 Evaluation of a prototype Isotope Separator Accelerator surface ionization source M. Dombsky, R. Baartman, P. Bricault, J. Doornbos, K. Jayamanna, T. Kuo, G. Mackenzie, M. McDonald, P. Schmor, D. Yuan pp. 1170-1172 Temperature control of plasma grid for continuous operation in cesium-seeded volume negative ion source Y. Fujiwara, N. Miyamoto, Y. Okumura pp. 1173-1175 Plasma potential profile in a 2.45 GHz electron cyclotron resonance multicharged ion source Yushi Kato, Shigeyuki Ishii pp. 1176-1178 Pulse height analysis using Si-pin diode of x-ray irradiated from a 2.45 GHz electron cyclotron resonance multicharged ion source Yushi Kato, Yoshiyuki Kubo, Shigeyuki Ishii pp. 1179-1181 Selection of the residual gas pressure suitable for operating a positive ion source of thermal ionization type Hiroyuki Kawano, Keiko Ogasawara, Hajime Kobayashi, Akihide Tanaka, Tomoko Takahashi, Yasuhide Tagashira pp. 1182-1184 Measurement of negative ion beam emittance C. Michaut, J. Bucalossi, D. Riz pp. 1185-1187 New design of an ion source for accelerator mass spectrometry at the Lund Pelletron Per Persson, Kim Freimann, Ragnar Hellborg, Kjell Hakansson, Goran Skog, Kristina Stenstrom pp. 1188-1190 Ion beam impurity analysis of radio-frequency mass filtered broad ion beams H. Schlemm pp. 1191-1193 Design of a parallel-plate energy spread analyzer D. Yuan, T. Kuo, G. Cojocaru, K. Jayamanna, M. Mcdonald, P. Schmor, Y. Yin pp. 1194-1196 Negative hydrogen ions and evidence for a potential dip in an electron cyclotron resonance discharge for highly charged ions D. Bolshukhin, D. Meyer, U. Wolters, K. Wiesemann pp. 1197-1199 Spectroscopic determination of cold electrons in electron cyclotron resonance discharges with highly charged ions N. K. Bibinov, D. O. Bolshukhin, V. F. Bratsev, D. B. Kokh, V. I. Ochkur, I. P. Vinogradov, K. Wiesemann pp. 1200-1202 Measurement of ion charge state distributions inside electron cyclotron resonance neon and chlorine plasmas by x-ray spectroscopy P. Grubling, D. Kuchler, A. Ullrich, T. Werner, G. Zschornack p. 1203