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Physical Characteristics of the Modified Glow Discharge Ion Source

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This work is concerned with a study on the operating characteristics of a self-axial extraction-type glow-discharge ion source. This compact ion source, with conical anode of various divergence angle Θ, can work under different operating conditions. An output ion beam currents I_{b} were measured at a distance d_{cc} = 5 cm from the plane cathode, and were found to be dependent upon the gas pressure p, angle Θ and the discharge current I_{d}. High ion beam currents of 85 μA and 410 μA were obtained at the optimum angle Θ=30° for discharges: [N₂ gas, p = 2.9×10¯² mbar, I_{d} = 2 mA] and [H₂ gas, p = 7.7×10¯² mbar, I_{d} = 2 mA], respectively.
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133
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10-14
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2018-01
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2016-07-15
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2017-07-08
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2017-09-15
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  • Accelerators and Ion Sources Department, Nuclear Research Center, Atomic Energy Authority, 13759, Cairo, Egypt
  • Accelerators and Ion Sources Department, Nuclear Research Center, Atomic Energy Authority, 13759, Cairo, Egypt
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  • Accelerators and Ion Sources Department, Nuclear Research Center, Atomic Energy Authority, 13759, Cairo, Egypt
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  • Accelerators and Ion Sources Department, Nuclear Research Center, Atomic Energy Authority, 13759, Cairo, Egypt
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