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1995 | 88 | 1 | 7-11
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A Magnetically Guided Slow Positron Beam for Defect Studies

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The design and construction of a compact, magnetically guided slow positron beam is discussed. The system uses a 30 mCi ^{22}Νa source. It consists of three main parts: (i) the source chamber with a tungsten foil transmis­sion moderator and the extraction optics, (ii) the beam line with magnetic beam guidance, a bent tube for the separation of the fast positrons and the accelerator stage, (iii) the target chamber with the sample holder and the detector electronics. The energy of the incident positrons can be varied from 30 eV up to 50 keV. Furthermore source geometries, pre-acceleration, main acceleration sections and various magnetic induction profiles have been considered, such as (i) rectangular, conical and bent Wehnelt electrodes, (iii) pre-accelerator voltage shared over several electrodes, (iii) weak, strong, constant and z-dependent B-profiles, (iv) geometric options in the main accelerator region, (v) purely electrostatic and combined electric/magnetic fields. The beam is mainly designed for defect profile studies in ultra high vacuum conditions.
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88
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1
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7-11
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1995-07
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  • Positron Group of TU Dresden at Research Centre Rossendorf Inc., P.O. Box 510119, D-01314 Dresden, Germany
  • Positron Group of TU Dresden at Research Centre Rossendorf Inc., P.O. Box 510119, D-01314 Dresden, Germany
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  • Positron Group of TU Dresden at Research Centre Rossendorf Inc., P.O. Box 510119, D-01314 Dresden, Germany
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