Review of Scientific Instruments, 2004, V 75, N 5, May.

Removal of enamel from ultrafine monofilamentary wires  
I. R. Walker 
pp. 1169-1174 

Nanometer-scale magnetic resonance imaging  
Shih-hui Chao, William M. Dougherty, 
Joseph L. Garbini, and John A. Sidles 
pp. 1175-1181 

Cryogenic precision digital temperature control
with peaked frequency response  
Jie Li, James M. Lockhart, and Peter Boretsky 
pp. 1182-1187 

Field-orientation dependent heat capacity measurements
at low temperatures with a vector magnet system  
K. Deguchi, T. Ishiguro, and Y. Maeno 
pp. 1188-1193 

High-power 95 GHz pulsed electron spin
resonance spectrometer  
W. Hofbauer, K. A. Earle, C. R. Dunnam,
J. K. Moscicki, and J. H. Freed 
pp. 1194-1208 

New design for a time-of-flight mass spectrometer
with a liquid beam laser desorption ion source for
the analysis of biomolecules  
A. Charvat, E. Lugovoj, M. Faubel, and B. Abel 
pp. 1209-1218 

Oscillating drop method using a falling droplet  
Taihei Matsumoto, Hidetoshi Fujii, Takaharu Ueda, 
Masayoshi Kamai, and Kiyoshi Nogi 
pp. 1219-1221 

High-resolution scanning thermal probe with
servocontrolled interface circuit for microcalorimetry
and other applications  
J.-H. Lee and Y. B. Gianchandani 
pp. 1222-1227 

Quantitative nanofriction characterization of corrugated
surfaces by atomic force microscopy  
A. Podesta, G. Fantoni, and P. Milani 
pp. 1228-1242 

Determination of the in-plane microwave conductivity
of superconducting films  
Detlef Gorlitz, Dirk Dolling, and Jurgen Kotzler 
pp. 1243-1247 

Gas-gun reverse-ballistic technique for 
multiple-particle impacts  
William H. Holt and Willis Mock, Jr. 
pp. 1248-1250 

Reflection-mode x-ray powder diffraction cell for 
in situ studies of electrochemical reactions  
G. A. Roberts and K. D. Stewart 
pp. 1251-1254 

Electrostatic probe apparatus for measurements
in the near-anode region of Hall thrusters  
L. Dorf, Y. Raitses, and N. J. Fisch 
pp. 1255-1260 

Double-grating polychromator for laser-aided plasma diagnostics  
E. E. Mukhin, G. T. Razdobarin, V. V. Semenov, A. N. Shilnikov,
V. L. Sukhanov, S. Yu. Tolstjakov, M. M. Kochergin,
Yu. K. Mihailovskij, and L. I. Bakh 
pp. 1261-1263 

Fluorescence lifetime imaging using a compact, low-cost, 
diode-based all-solid-state regenerative amplifier  
E. Mendez, D. S. Elson, M. Koeberg, C. Dunsby, 
D. D. C. Bradley, and P. M. W. French 
pp. 1264-1267 

Density measurements of heavy-ion-beam-induced stres
s waves in solid matter by a sensitive laser deflection technique  
C. Constantin, C. Niemann, E. Dewald, S. Udrea, 
J. Jacoby, D. Varentsov, P. Schwab, J. Wieser, and D. H. H. Hoffmann 
pp. 1268-1273 

Energy analyzer for spin polarized Auger electron spectroscopy  
V. N. Petrov and A. S. Kamochkin 
pp. 1274-1279 

Micro-electro-mechanical systems microtweezers for the
manipulation of bacteria and small p  
S. K. Jericho, M. H. Jericho, T. Hubbard, and M. Kujath 
pp. 1280-1282 

Impedance measurements and modeling of a 
transition-edge-sensor calorimeter  
Mark A. Lindeman, Simon Bandler, Regis P. Brekosky, 
James A. Chervenak, Enectali Figueroa-Feliciano, 
Fred M. Finkbeiner, Mary J. Li, and Caroline A. Kilbourne 
pp. 1283-1289 

Electronic noise in a constant voltage anemometer  
Julien Weiss and Genevieve Comte-Bellot 
pp. 1290-1296 

 Apparatus for investigating metalorganic chemical vapor
 deposition-grown semiconductors with 
 ultrahigh-vacuum based techniques  
T. Hannappel, S. Visbeck, L. Toben, and F. Willig 
pp. 1297-1304 

Diode laser microwave induced plasma cavity
ringdown spectrometer: Performance and perspective  
Chuji Wang, Sudip P. Koirala, Susan T. Scherrer, 
Yixiang Duan, and Christopher B. Winstead 
pp. 1305-1313 

Highly miniaturized laser ablation time-of-flight mass
spectrometer for a planetary rover  
Urs Rohner, James A. Whitby, Peter Wurz, 
and Stas Barabash 
pp. 1314-1322 

Low flicker-noise amplifier for 50  sources  
Enrico Rubiola and Franck Lardet-Vieudrin 
pp. 1323-1326 

Strain-independent temperature measurement using
a type-I and type-IIA optical fiber Bragg grating combination  
Suchandan Pal, Tong Sun, Kenneth T. V. Grattan, 
Scott A. Wade, Stephen F. Collins, Gregory W. Baxter, 
Bernard Dussardier, and Gerard Monnom 
pp. 1327-1331 

Spatial distribution of the light emitted by an excimer
lamp used for ultraviolet-B photo-therapy: 
Experiment and modeling  
P. Di Lazzaro, D. Murra, G. Felici, and S. Fu 
pp. 1332-1336 

Compact high-resolution ion Doppler spectrometer
for quartz ultraviolet line emissions  
Peimin Gu, Masayoshi Nagata, Karsten J. McCollam,
Thomas R. Jarboe, Brian A. Nelson, and Aaron J. Redd 
pp. 1337-1340 
Adaptive dynamic focusing system for ultrasonic 
nondestructive testing of pipeline girth welds  
J. Huang, P. W. Que, and J. H. Jin 
pp. 1341-1346 

Micromachined ultrasonic droplet generator based
on a liquid horn structure  
J. M. Meacham, C. Ejimofor, S. Kumar, 
F. L. Degertekin, and A. G. Fedorov 
pp. 1347-1352 

Magnetic field influence on laser-produced ion stream  
J. Woowski, J. Badziak, I. Ivanova-Stanik, P. Parys, 
W. Stpniewski, and E. Woryna 
pp. 1353-1356 
Impact of thermal dependence of elastic constants
on surface stress measurements  
Peter Kury and Michael Horn-von Hoegen 
pp. 1357-1358 

Standard-deviation minimization for calibrating the
radii of spheres attached to atomic force
microscope cantilevers  
E. J. Thoreson and N. A. Burnham 
pp. 1359-1362 

Identification of budding yeast using a fiber-optic
imaging bundle  
John Koschwanez, Mark Holl, Brian Marquardt, 
Joe Dragavon, Lloyd Burgess, and Deirdre Meldrum 
pp. 1363-1365 

New field-emission x-ray radiography system  
S. Senda, M. Tanemura, Y. Sakai, Y. Ichikawa, 
S. Kita, T. Otsuka, A. Haga, and F. Okuyama 
pp. 1366-1368 

Photoconductive generation of short electrical pulses 
of variable duration using a coplanar waveguide with 
capacitively coupled ground termination  
Hsiao-Hua Wu, Jer-Liang Liu, and Ci-Ling Pan 
pp. 1369-1371 

Preface: Proceedings of the 10th international 
conference on ion sources, Dubna, Russia, 2003  
Evgeny D. Donets 
p. 1379 
Electron cyclotron resonance plasmas and electron cyclotron resonance ion sources: Physics and technology (invited) A. Girard, D. Hitz, G. Melin, and K. Serebrennikov pp. 1381-1388 Results with the superconducting electron cyclotron resonance ion source VENUS (invited) C. M. Lyneis, D. Leitner, S. R. Abbott, R. D. Dwinell, M. Leitner, C. S. Silver, and C. Taylor pp. 1389-1393 Electron cyclotron resonance ion source developments in RIKEN (invited) T. Nakagawa, T. Aihara, Y. Higurashi, M. Kidera, M. Kase, Y. Yano, I. Arai, H. Arai, M. Imanaka, S. M. Lee, G. Arzumanyan, and G. Shirkov pp. 1394-1398 Experiments with biased cylinder in electron cyclotron resonance ion source (plenary) A. G. Drentje, A. Kitagawa, M. Muramatsu, H. Ogawa, and Y. Sakamoto pp. 1399-1402 Production of highly charged ion beams with the Grenoble test electron cyclotron resonance ion source (plenary) D. Hitz, A. Girard, K. Serebrennikov, G. Melin, D. Cormier, J. M. Mathonnet, J. Chartier, L. Sun, J. P. Briand, and M. Benhachoum pp. 1403-1406 Experimental studies of the afterglow mode with xenon in a CAPRICE ECRIS K. Tinschert, R. Iannucci, J. Bossler, and R. Lang pp. 1407-1409 Intense heavy ion beam production from IMP LECR3 and construction progress of a superconducting ECR ion source SECRAL H. W. Zhao, Z. M. Zhang, W. He, X. Z. Zhang, X. H. Guo, Y. Cao, P. Yuan, L. T. Sun, L. Ma, M. T. Song, W. L. Zhan, B. W. Wei, and D. Z. Xie pp. 1410-1413 Status of the light ion source developments at CEA/Saclay R. Gobin, P.-Y. Beauvais, D. Bogard, G. Charruau, O. Delferriere, D. De Menezes, A. France, R. Ferdinand, Y. Gauthier, F. Harrault, P. Mattei, K. Benmeziane, P. Leherissier, J.-Y. Paquet, P. Ausset, S. Bousson, D. Gardes, A. Olivier, L. Celona, and J. Sherman pp. 1414-1416 2D modeling of electron distribution function in the ECR ion source V. L. Erukhimov and V. E. Semenov pp. 1417-1419 Imaging of ECR plasmas with a pinhole x-ray camera S. Biri, A. Valek, T. Suta, E. Takacs, Cs. Szabo, L. T. Hudson, B. Radics, J. Imrek, B. Juhasz, and J. Palinkas pp. 1420-1422 Status of the Trasco Intense Proton Source and emittance measurements L. Celona, G. Ciavola, S. Gammino, F. Chines, M. Presti, L. Ando, X. H. Guo, R. Gobin, and R. Ferdinand pp. 1423-1426 Heavy-ion beams required for the RIA accelerator R. C. Pardo, C. L. Jiang, J. N. Nolen, K. E. Rehm, and G. Savard pp. 1427-1430 Extraction of space-charge-dominated ion beams from an ECR ion source: Theory and simulation G. D. Alton and H. Bilheux pp. 1431-1435 Initial comparative performances of conventional "surface" and "volume" type, all-permanent-magnet, ECR ion sources Y. Liu, G. D. Alton, H. Bilheux, J. M. Cole, and F. W. Meyer p. 1436 28 GHz 10 kW gyrotron system for electron cyclotron resonance ion source Yu Bykov, G. Denisov, A. Eremeev, V. Gorbatushkov, V. Kurkin, G. Kalynova, V. Kholoptsev, A. Luchinin, and I. Plotnikov pp. 1437-1439 Development of metallic ion beams at the Institute of Modern Physics Y. Cao, Z. M. Zhang, L. Ma, L. T. Sun, and H. W. Zhao pp. 1440-1442 Emittance measurement at IMP LECR3 Y. Cao, H. W. Zhao, L. Ma, Z. M. Zhang, and L. T. Sun pp. 1443-1445 Operation of rf ovens in ECR ion sources M. Cavenago, T. Kulevoy, and S. Petrenko pp. 1446-1448 Analysis tools for multicharged and multispecies ion spectra M. Cavenago pp. 1449-1452 A version of the Trasco Intense Proton Source optimized for accelerator driven system purposes G. Ciavola, L. Celona, S. Gammino, M. Presti, L. Ando, S. Passarello, XZh. Zhang, F. Consoli, F. Chines, C. Percolla, V. Calzona, and M. Winkler pp. 1453-1456 A high intensity microwave ion source for high current RFQ B. Cui, R. Wang, Y. Ma, L. Li, C. Jiang, and W. Jiang pp. 1457-1459 Recent results with the mVINIS ion source A. Dobrosavljevi, M. iljegovi, I. Dragani, and B. izmi pp. 1460-1462 Self-consistent modeling of electron cyclotron resonance ion sources A. Girard, D. Hitz, G. Melin, K. Serebrennikov, and C. Lecot pp. 1463-1466 Emittance measurement for intense beam of heavy ions from RIKEN 18 GHz ECRIS Y. Higurashi, M. Kidera, M. Kase, T. Nakagawa, Y. Yano, and T. Aihara pp. 1467-1469 Production of multicharged ions in a 2.45 GHz electron cyclotron resonance source directly excited in a circular TE01 mode cavity resonator Yushi Kato, Hideyuki Furuki, Toyohisa Asaji, and Shigeyuki Ishii pp. 1470-1472 Production of intense 58Fe, 64Ni beam using the MIVOC method and new analyzing system of RIKEN 18 GHz electron cyclotron resonance ion source M. Kidera, T. Nakagawa, Y. Higurashi, T. Aihara, N. Suzuki, E. Ikezawa, O. Kamigaito, M. Kase, and Y. Yano pp. 1473-1475 Status report on ECR ion sources at HIMAC A. Kitagawa, M. Muramatsu, M. Sasaki, S. Yamada, T. Sakuma, N. Sasaki, H. Takahashi, W. Takasugi, M. Yamamoto, S. Biri, K. Sudlitz, and A. G. Drentje pp. 1476-1478 A modified permanent magnet structure for a stronger multipole magnetic field H. Koivisto, P. Suominen, O. Tarvainen, and D. Hitz pp. 1479-1481 Coherent population trapping method of studying magnetohydrodynamic instabilities in a plasma, confined in a magnetic trap R. A. Akhmedzhanov, I. V. Zelensky, R. L. Kolesov, E. A. Kuznetsova, and V. G. Zorin pp. 1482-1484 Micro-PHOENIX: Intense deuton beams production for SPIRAL II T. Lamy, J.-C. Curdy, P. Sole, P. Sortais, T. Thuillier, J.-L. Vieux-Rochaz, and D. Voulot pp. 1485-1487 Status report on ECR ion source operation at GANIL P. Leherissier, C. Barue, C. Canet, M. Dubois, M. Dupuis, J. L. Flambard, G. Gaubert, P. Jardin, N. Lecesne, F. Lemagnen, R. Leroy, J. Y. Pacquet, and F. Pellemoine-Landre pp. 1488-1491 The new ECR ion source DECRIS-4 (project) M. Leporis, S. Bogomolov, A. Efremov, and G. Gulbekian pp. 1492-1493 Numerical simulation multicomponent ion beam transport from ECR ion source L. Ma, M. T. Song, Z. M. Zhang, Y. Cao, and X. Y. Chen pp. 1494-1496 First operation of ECR ion source at Kochi University of Technology Sadao Momota, Yoichi Nojiri, Miwako Saihara, Asako Sakamoto, Hisayoshi Hamagawa, and Kensuke Hamaguchi pp. 1497-1498 Parallel particle-mesh code for ECR plasma simulation A. V. Philippov, V. V. Vatulin, and R. A. Veselov pp. 1499-1501 Development of 13 GHz compact electron cyclotron resonance ion source Y. Saitoh, K. Ohkoshi, and K. Arakawa pp. 1502-1505 Optimization of the mVINIS ion source extraction system M. iljegovi, A. Dobrosavljevi, and P. Believ pp. 1506-1507 A profile-/emittance monitor at the Frankfurt 14 GHz ECRIS K. E. Stiebing, M. S. Kaiser, J. D. Meyer, L. Schmidt, H. Schmidt-Bocking, O. Strekalovskij, V. Alexandrov, A. Kayukov, M. Koryevkina, and G. Shirkov pp. 1508-1510 On the physics of metal-dielectric structures in ECR ion sources L. Schachter, S. Dobrescu, K. E. Stiebing, and J. D. Meyer pp. 1511-1513 The design of a high charge state all permanent ECR ion source L. T. Sun, H. W. Zhao, Z. M. Zhang, and D. Hitz pp. 1514-1516 The effects of gas mixing and plasma electrode position on the emittance of an electron cyclotron resonance ion source P. Suominen, O. Tarvainen, and H. Koivisto pp. 1517-1519 Diagnosis of plasmas in compact ECR ion source equipped with permanent magnet T. Suzuki, Y. Sawado, T. Iida, and Y. Fujii pp. 1520-1522 Reduction of the carbon contamination of an electron cyclotron resonance ion source O. Tarvainen, P. Suominen, H. Koivisto, and I. Pitkanen pp. 1523-1525 Advanced magnetic calculations for high magnetic field compact ion source T. Thuillier, J.-C. Curdy, T. Lamy, P. Sole, P. Sortais, J.-L. Vieux-Rochaz, and D. Voulot pp. 1526-1528 Visible light spectrometry measurements for studying an ECRIS plasma and especially applied to the MONO1001 ion source Olivier Tuske, Laurent Maunoury, Jean-Yves Pacquet, Christophe Barue, Mickael Dubois, Gabriel Gaubert, Pascal Jardin, Nathalie Lecesne, Patrick Leherissier, Frederic Lemagnen, Renan Leroy, Marie-Genevieve Saint-Laurent, and Antonio C. C. Villari pp. 1529-1531 Magnetic field upgrade of Argonne National Laboratory 14 GHz ECR ion source R. C. Vondrasek, R. Scott, and R. C. Pardo pp. 1532-1534 A 29.2 GHz electron cyclotron resonance-primary proton source for the relativistic heavy ion collider optically pumped polarized H- ion source A. Zelenski, J. Alessi, V. LoDestro, J. Ritter, V. Klenov, S. Kokhanovski, and V. Zubets pp. 1535-1538 A new technique for diagnosing multicharged ion beams produced by ECR ion source Z. M. Zhang, H. W. Zhao, Y. Cao, L. Ma, B. H. Ma, J. Y. Li, H. Wang, Y. C. Feng, and J. F. Du pp. 1539-1541 Recent results with Au ions from a multiampere electron beam ion source at Brookhaven National Laboratory E. N. Beebe, J. G. Alessi, D. Graham, A. Kponou, A. Pikin, K. Prelec, J. Ritter, and V. Zajic p. 1542
Use of EBIS in the string mode of operation on the Nuclotron facility in JINR E. D. Donets, D. E. Donets, E. E. Donets, V. V. Salnikov, V. B. Shutov, S. V. Gudkov, Yu. A. Tumanova, and V. P. Vadeev pp. 1543-1545 Review of laser ion sources developments in Prague and production of q over 50+ ions at Prague Asterix Laser System (invited) L. Laska, K. Jungwirth, B. Kralikova, J. Krasa, E. Krousky, K. Maek, M. Pfeifer, K. Rohlena, J. Skala, J. Ullschmied, J. Badziak, P. Parys, L. Ry, A. Szydlowski, J. Wolowski, E. Woryna, G. Ciavola, S. Gammino, L. Torrisi, and F. P. Boody pp. 1546-1550 Design of an electron-beam ion trap to be situated at Queen's University, Belfast H. Watanabe, B. E. O'Rourke, and F. J. Currell pp. 1551-1553 Electronics for fast ion extraction from EBIS devices H. Holtermann, R. Becker, M. Kleinod, and I. Muller pp. 1554-1556 Electron gun and collector simulations for RHIC EBIS at BNL A. Pikin, J. G. Alessi, E. N. Beebe, A. Kponou, K. Prelec, J. Ritter, L. Snydstrup, G. Kuznetsov, and M. Tiunov pp. 1557-1559 Optimization of the charge state distribution of the ion beam extracted from an EBIT by dielectronic recombination J. R. Crespo Lopez-Urrutia, J. Braun, G. Brenner, H. Bruhns, A. Lapierre, A. J. Gonzalez Martinez, V. Mironov, R. Soria Orts, H. Tawara, M. Trinczek, and J. Ullrich pp. 1560-1562 Formation of a high intensity low energy positron string E. D. Donets, E. E. Donets, E. M. Syresin, T. Itahashi, and A. E. Dubinov pp. 1563-1565 Status report on the development of a tubular electron beam ion source E. D. Donets, E. E. Donets, R. Becker, L. Liljeby, K.-G. Rensfelt, E. N. Beebe, and A. I. Pikin pp. 1566-1568 Nd-YAG laser ion source for direct injection scheme H. Kashiwagi, T. Hattori, N. Hayashizaki, K. Yamamoto, Y. Takahashi, T. Hata, M. Okamura, R. A. Jameson, T. Katayama, and N. Mescheryakov pp. 1569-1571 Laser ion source based on a 100 J/1 Hz CO2-laser system A. Balabaev, S. Kondrashev, K. Konukov, A. Lozhkin, B. B. Sharkov, A. Shumshurov, A. Charushin, K. Makarov, C. Yu. Satov, Yu. Smakovskii, O. Camut, J. Chamings, D. H. Kugler, and R. Scrivens pp. 1572-1574 Generation of intense streams of metallic ions with a charge state up to 10+ in a laser ion source L. Laska, J. Krasa, M. Pfeifer, K. Rohlena, S. Gammino, L. Torrisi, L. Ando, and G. Ciavola pp. 1575-1578 X-ray-induced fluorescence spectroscopy with highly charged ion beam produced by a laser ion source S. Ozawa, M. Wakasugi, M. Okamura, T. Katayama, T. Koizumi, and M. Serata pp. 1579-1581 Mevva ion source operated in purely gaseous mode George Yu. Yushkov, Robert A. MacGill, and Ian G. Brown pp. 1582-1584 Enhancement of ionization efficiency of surface, electron bombardment and laser ion sources by axial magnetic field application V. N. Panteleev, A. E. Barzakh, D. V. Fedorov, A. M. Ionan, V. S. Ivanov, F. V. Moroz, S. Yu. Orlov, and Yu. M. Volkov pp. 1585-1587 Charge-energy distribution of Ta ions from plasmas produced by 1 and 3 frequencies of a high-power iodine laser L. Laska, K. Jungwirth, B. Kralikova, J. Krasa, M. Pfeifer, K. Rohlena, J. Skala, J. Ullschmied, J. Badziak, P. Parys, J. Wolowski, E. Woryna, L. Torrisi, S. Gammino, and F. P. Boody pp. 1588-1591 Charge sensitive evaluated ion and electron energy distributions of a vacuum arc plasma M. Galonska, R. Hollinger, and P. Spadtke pp. 1592-1594 Development of a vacuum arc ion source for injection of high current uranium ion beam into the UNILAC at GSI R. Hollinger, M. Galonska, and P. Spadtke pp. 1595-1597 Mass analyzer "MASHA" high temperature target and plasma ion source A. G. Semchenkov, D. N. Rassadov, V. V. Bekhterev, V. A. Bystrov, A. Yu. Chizov, S. N. Dmitriev, A. A. Efremov, A. V. Guljaev, E. M. Kozulin, Yu. Ts. Oganessian, G. Ya. Starodub, V. M. Voskresensky, S. L. Bogomolov, S. V. Paschenko, A. Zelenak, and V. I. Tikhonov pp. 1598-1600
Radioactive ion beam production at GANIL: Status and prospectives R. Leroy p. 1601 Recent ion source developments for production of radioactive beams V. N. Panteleev pp. 1602-1606 REXEBIS operation and developments E. Ames, J. Cederkall, F. J. C. Wenander, and F. B. H. Wolf the REX-ISOLED Collaboration pp. 1607-1609 ECRIS development for stable and radioactive pulsed beams P. Sortais, J.-L. Bouly, J.-C. Curdy, T. Lamy, P. Sole, T. Thuillier, J.-L. Vieux-Rochaz, and D. Voulot pp. 1610-1612 Universal method for effusive-flow characterization target ion source/vapor transport systems for radioactive ion beam generation G. D. Alton, J.-C. Bilheux, Y. Liu, J. A. Cole, and C. Williams p. 1613 Recent developments in production of radioactive ion beams with the selective laser ion source at the on-line isotope separator ISOLDE R. Catherall, V. N. Fedosseev, U. Koster, J. Lettry, G. Suberlucq, B. A. Marsh, and E. Tengborn the ISOLDE Collaboration pp. 1614-1616 Latest results obtained at GANIL with new target-source systems dedicated to radioactive ion production P. Jardin, M. G. Saint-Laurent, W. Farabolini, G. Gaubert, J. C. Cornell, M. Dubois, S. Gibouin, N. Lecesne, R. Leroy, J. Y. Pacquet, F. Pellemoine, C. Stodel, O. Tuske, D. Verney, A. C. C. Villari, C. Barue, C. Canet, M. Dupuis, F. Durantel, J.-L. Flambard, C. Huet-Equilbec, P. Leherissier, F. Lemagnen, J. C. Angelique, and L. Maunoury pp. 1617-1620 Commissioning the TRIUMF/ISAC electron cyclotron resonance ion source for radioactive ion beams K. Jayamanna, D. Yuan, M. Olivo, R. Baartman, G. Dutto, M. McDonald, A. Mitra, P. Schmor, and G. Stanford pp. 1621-1623 ECRIS charge breeding: High resolution spectra and emittance T. Lamy, J.-L. Bouly, J.-C. Curdy, P. Sole, P. Sortais, T. Thuillier, J.-L. Vieux-Rochaz, and D. Voulot pp. 1624-1626 MECRIS: A compact ECRIS for ionization of noble gas radioisotopes at ISOLDE F. Wenander and J. Lettry the ISOLDE collaboration pp. 1627-1629 Development of a Be-7 beam: Techniques for the ionization of radioactive metallic elements M. Gaelens, M. Loiselet, and G. Ryckewaert p. 1630 Test results of 18 GHz ECR charge breeder for KEK-JAERI RNB facility S. C. Jeong, M. Oyaizu, E. Tojyo, H. Kawakami, G. Ishiyama, H. Miyatake, K. Enomoto, Y. Watanabe, H. I. Katayama, T. Nomura, M. Matsuda, A. Osa, I. and S. Ichikawa pp. 1631-1633 High temperature electron beam ion source for on-line production of isotopes of refractory elements V. N. Panteleev, A. E. Barzakh, D. V. Fedorov, V. S. Ivanov, F. V. Moroz, S. Yu. Orlov, M. D. Seliverstov, Yu. M. Volkov, L. Tecchio, A. Andrighetto, and L. Stroe pp. 1634-1636
High intensity beams from electron cyclotron resonance ion sources: A study of efficient extraction and transport s ystem S. Gammino, G. Ciavola, L. Celona, L. Ando, S. Passarello, X. Zh. Zhang, P. Spadtke, and M. Winkler pp. 1637-1642 Sophisticated computer simulation of ion beam extraction for different types of plasma generators Peter Spadtke pp. 1643-1645 Self-consistent, unbiased root-mean-square emittance analysis Martin P. Stockli, R. F. Welton, and R. Keller pp. 1646-1649 Numerical analysis of negative ion temperature in a negative ion source A. Hatayama, K. Makino, T. Sakurabayasi, K. Miyamoto, M. Ogasawara, and M. Bacal pp. 1650-1652 Emittance studies of the 2.45 GHz permanent magnet ECR ion source A. Zelenak, S. L. Bogomolov, and N. Yu. Yazvitsky pp. 1653-1655 Comparison of different extraction and acceleration systems for a high intense proton beam for the future proton linac at GSI R. Hollinger and P. Spadtke pp. 1656-1658 Extraction design and low energy beam transport optimization of space charge dominated multispecies ion beam sources O. Delferriere and D. De Menezes pp. 1659-1661 The low-field permanent magnet electrostatic plasma lens A. Goncharov, V. Gorshkov, V. Maslov, V. Zadorozhny, and I. Brown pp. 1662-1664 Nonlinear distortion of multicomponent heavy ion beam emittance caused by space charge fields Nikolay Yu. Kazarinov pp. 1665-1666 Optimization method to reduce the nonlinear effects in space charged limited emission diode J. L. Lemaire, D. Guilhem, J.-M. Lagniel, and N. Pichoff p. 1667 Static and dynamic characteristics of plasma lens with modified magnetic field geometry Yu. Chekh, A. Goncharov, and I. Protsenko pp. 1668-1670 Mass separation of ion beams using transverse radio frequency electric field M. Wada, N. Asai, T. Kasuya, and S. Maeno p. 1671 Design and simulation of ion optics for ion sources for production of singly charged ions A. Zelenak and S. L. Bogomolov pp. 1672-1674 High current density ion beam formation from plasma of electron cyclotron resonance discharge V. Zorin, S. Golubev, S. Razin, A. Sidorov, V. Skalyga, and A. Vodopyanov pp. 1675-1677 Acceptance of the channel for modification of materials (L3A) of the Tesla accelerator installation P. Believ, M. iljegovi, A. Dobrosavljevi, and N. Nekovi pp. 1678-1680 Beam emittance measurements of transformer coupled plasma ion source for focused ion beam Yoon Jae Kim, I. S. Hong, H. S. Kim, and Y. S. Hwang pp. 1681-1683 Microwave plasma source as an ion beam neutralizer M. Medhisuwakul, D. Boonyawan, T. Vilaithong, and J. Engemann pp. 1684-1686 Self-consistent multicomponent plasma sheath theory for the extraction of H- ions Reinard Becker pp. 1687-1693
Problems of intense negative ion beam transport I. A. Soloshenko pp. 1694-1698 Contribution of wall material to the vibrational excitation and negative ion formation in hydrogen negative ion sources M. Bacal, A. A. Ivanov, Jr. , M. Glass-Maujean, Y. Matsumoto, M. Nishiura, M. Sasao, and M. Wada pp. 1699-1703 Direct current H- source for the medicine accelerator Yu. Belchenko and V. Savkin pp. 1704-1708 New developments in rf- and filament-volume H- ion sources for accelerators J. Peters pp. 1709-1713 Surface production dominating Cs-free H- ion source for high intensity and high energy proton accelerators Akira Ueno, Kiyoshi Ikegami, and Yasuhiro Kondo pp. 1714-1719 Simulation of negative hydrogen ion production and transport M. Bandyopadhyay and R. Wilhelm pp. 1720-1722 NIGUN: A two-dimensional simulation program for the extraction of H- ions R. Becker pp. 1723-1725 Negative ion source improvement by introduction of a shutter mask Yu. I. Belchenko, Y. Oka, O. Kaneko, Y. Takeiri, K. Tsumori, M. Osakabe, K. Ikeda, E. Asano, and T. Kawamoto pp. 1726-1728 Study and preliminary results for a new type of ECR H- ions source Karim Benmeziane, Robin Ferdinand, Raphael Gobin, and Gerard Gousset pp. 1729-1731 Compact surface plasma sources for heavy negative ion production Vadim Dudnikov and J. Paul Farrell pp. 1732-1734 Electromagnetic modeling of the extraction region of the ISIS H- ion source D. C. Faircloth, J. W. G. Thomason, and M. O. Whitehead pp. 1735-1737 Thermal modeling of the ISIS H- ion source D. C. Faircloth, J. W. G. Thomason, W. Lau, and S. Yang pp. 1738-1740 Development of an H- ion source based on the electron cyclotron resonance plasma generator at CEA/Saclay R. Gobin, O. Delferriere, R. Ferdinand, J. Harrault, K. Benmeziane, G. Gousset, K. and J. D. Sherman pp. 1741-1743 Control of negative ion beam uniformity by using multipower supplies for arc discharge K. Ikeda, Y. Takeiri, O. Kaneko, K. Nagaoka, Y. Oka, M. Osakabe, K. Tsumori, M. Sato, E. Asano, and T. Kawamoto pp. 1744-1746 Effect of argon additive on H- density and temperature in volume negative ion source A. A. Ivanov, Jr., M. Bacal, C. Rouille, M. Nishiura, and M. Sasao pp. 1747-1749 H- ion production in electron cyclotron resonance driven multicusp volume source A. A. Ivanov, Jr., C. Rouille, M. Bacal, B. Y. Arnal, S. Bechu, and J. Pelletier pp. 1750-1753 Two negative ion groups in volume H- sources A. A. Ivanov, Jr. pp. 1754-1756 Contribution of local H- density to extracted H- beam current in a cesium seeded hydrogen plasma Y. Matsumoto, M. Nishiura, K. Matsuoka, M. Sasao, M. Wada, and H. Yamaoka pp. 1757-1759 Numerical analysis of plasma spatial uniformity in negative ion sources by a fluid model T. Mizuno, Y. Kitade, A. Hatayama, T. Sakurabayashi, N. Imai, T. Morishita, and T. Inoue pp. 1760-1763 High proton ratio plasma production in a small negative ion source T. Morishita, T. Inoue, T. Iga, K. Watanabe, and T. Imai pp. 1764-1766 Investigation of negative ion generation in a cusp plasma electromagnetic trap with a hollow-cathode Penning source of electrons A. A. Petrushenya and V. N. Borisko pp. 1767-1769 Effects of the weak magnetic field and electron diffusion on the spatial potential and negative ion transport in the negative ion source T. Sakurabayashi, A. Hatayama, and M. Bacal pp. 1770-1773 Space charge lens for focusing negative ion beam: Theory and experiment I. A. Soloshenko, V. P. Goretsky, V. N. Gorshkov, and A. M. Zavalov pp. 1774-1776 Numerical modeling of excited hydrogen atoms and their transport in hydrogen negative ion sources N. Takado, K. Miyamoto, and A. Hatayama pp. 1777-1779 Transport velocity of direct current laser induced photodetached electrons in a H- ion source H. Takahashi, T. Kasuya, and M. Wada pp. 1780-1782 Design studies for a H- ion extraction system A. Ushakov, K. Volk, H. Klein, and U. Ratzinger pp. 1783-1785 Atomic fraction of hydrogen plasma in a negative hydrogen ion source M. Wada, T. Kasuya, H. Takahashi, and T. Takemoto pp. 1786-1788 The design of high power, external antennas for radio frequency multicusp ion sources R. F. Welton, M. P. Stockli, R. T. Roseberry, Y. Kang, and R. Keller pp. 1789-1792 The status of the spallation neutron source ion source R. F. Welton, M. P. Stockli, S. N. Murray, and R. Keller pp. 1793-1795 Numerical investigation for high intensity H- beam injection to a 100 MeV compact cyclotron Tianjue Zhang, Hongjuan Yao, Xialing Guan, Chengjie Chu, Junqing Zhong, and Zhiguo Yin pp. 1796-1798 Negative ions for heavy ion fusion and semiconductor manufacturing applications S. K. Hahto, S. T. Hahto, J. W. Kwan, K. N. Leung, L. R. Grisham, K. Saadatmand, and V. Benveniste pp. 1799-1802
Studies of H- source for large helical device-neutral beam injector (invited) Y. Oka, K. Tsumori, Y. Takeiri, K. Ikeda, O. Kaneko, K. Nagaoka, M. Osakabe, E. Asano, T. Kawamoto, T. Kondo, M. Sato, L. Grisham, A. Honda, N. Umeda, and T. Yamamoto pp. 1803-1808 Development of neutral beam injectors for plasma diagnostic in Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics V. I. Davydenko and A. A. Ivanov pp. 1809-1812 Experimental comparison between plasma and gas neutralization of high-energy negative ion beams M. Hanada, M. Kashiwagi, T. Inoue, K. Watanabe, and T. Imai pp. 1813-1815 High power hydrogen neutral beam injector with focusing for plasma heating P. P. Deichuli, V. I. Davydenko, A. A. Ivanov, S. A. Korepanov, V. V. Mishagin, A. V. Sorokin, N. V. Stupishin, and G. I. Shulzhenko pp. 1816-1818 Acceleration of 1 MeV, 100 mA Class H- ion beams in a proof-of-principle accelerator for ITER T. Inoue, M. Taniguchi, M. Dairaku, M. Hanada, M. Kashiwagi, T. Morishita, K. Watanabe, and T. Imai pp. 1819-1821 Characterization of ion species mix of the TEXTOR diagnostic hydrogen beam injector with a rf and arc-discharge plasma box A. A. Ivanov, P. P. Deichuli, A. Kreter, V. V. Maximov, B. Schweer, I. V. Shikhovtsev, N. V. Stupishin, D. V. Usoltsev, A. A. Podminogin, and R. Uhlemann pp. 1822-1825 High intensity alkali ion sources for plasma diagnostics I. S. Bondarenko, O. O. Chmyga, M. B. Dreval, S. M. Khrebtov, O. D. Komarov, O. S. Kozachok, L. I. Krupnik, I. S. Nedzelskiy, and J. Schweinzer pp. 1826-1828 Neutral beam injector for active plasma spectroscopy S. A. Korepanov, G. F. Abdrashitov, D. Beals, V. I. Davydenko, P. P. Deichuli, R. Granetz, A. A. Ivanov, V. V. Kolmogorov, V. V. Mishagin, B. M. Puiatti, B. Rowan, N. V. Stupishin, C. G. I. Shulzhenko, and M. Valisa pp. 1829-1831 Progress in the development of rf driven H-/D- sources for neutral beam injection W. Kraus, M. Bandyopadhyay, H. Falter, P. Franzen, B. Heinemann, P. McNeely, R. Riedl, E. Speth, A. Tanga, and R. Wilhelm pp. 1832-1834 Heavy ion beam injection systems for fusion plasma diagnostics I. S. Bondarenko, A. A. Chmyga, N. B. Dreval, S. M. Khrebtov, A. D. Komarov, A. S. Kozachek, L. I. Krupnik, L. G. Eliseev, A. V. Melnikov, and S. V. Perfilov pp. 1835-1837 High current density beamlets from a rf argon source for heavy ion fusion applications J. W. Kwan, D. P. Grote, and G. A. Westenskow pp. 1838-1840 Characteristics of multiantenna rf ion source Y. Oka, T. Shoji, M. Hamabe, Y. Sakawa, T. Suzuki, K. Ikeda, O. Kaneko, K. Nagaoka, M. Osakabe, Y. Takeiri, K. Tsumori, E. Asano, T. Kawamoto, T. Kondo, and M. Sato pp. 1841-1843 Results of upgrade of the diagnostic neutral beam injector for the TCV tokamak I. V. Shikhovtsev, G. F. Abdrashitov, I. I. Averboukh, V. I. Davydenko, S. F. Dribinsky, C. Duval, A. A. Ivanov, A. N. Karpushov, D. V. V. Kolmogorov, V. V. Mishagin, E. A. A. Podyminogin, and H. Weisen pp. 1844-1846 High power beam injection using an improved negative ion source for the large helical device K. Tsumori, K. Nagaoka, M. Osakabe, Y. Takeiri, K. Ikeda, O. Kaneko, Y. Oka, T. Kawamoto, F. Asano, M. Sato, T. Kondo, S. Asano, Y. Suzuki, G. T. Okuyama, and K. Ichihashi pp. 1847-1850
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