A Magnetic Transport Middle Eastern Positron Beam

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Author Al-Qaradawi, I.Y. en_US
Author Britton, D.T. en_US
Author Rajaraman, R. en_US
Author Abdulmalik, D. en_US
Available date 2009-12-28T08:42:46Z en_US
Publication Date 2008-05-15 en_US
Publication Name Applied Surface Science
Citation Al-Qaradawi, I. Y., Britton, D. T., Rajaraman, R., & Abdulmalik, D. (2008). A Magnetic Transport Middle Eastern Positron Beam. Applied Surface Science, 255(1), 125–127 en_US
URI http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.apsusc.2008.05.194 en_US
URI http://hdl.handle.net/10576/10522 en_US
Abstract A magnetically guided slow positron beam is being constructed at Qatar University and is currently being optimised for regular operation. This is the first positron beam in the Middle East, as well as being the first Arabic positron beam. Novel features in the design include a purely magnetic in-line deflector, working in the solenoid guiding field, to eliminate un-moderated positrons and block the direct line of sight to the source. The impact of this all-magnetic transport on the Larmor radius and resultant beam characteristics are studied by SIMION simulations for both ideal and real life magnetic field variations. These results are discussed in light of the coupled effect arising from electrostatic beam extraction. en_US
Language en en_US
Publisher Elsevier en_US
Subject Magnetic transport en_US
Subject Positron annihilation en_US
Subject Positron beam en_US
Subject Surfaces and interfaces en_US
Title A Magnetic Transport Middle Eastern Positron Beam en_US
Type Article en_US

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