EBIT - The Electron Beam Ion Trap


EBIT

Ion-Surface Interaction Studies

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The ions that are extracted from EBIT have high charge and low velocity, unlike those produced in high-energy accelerators. They allow us to probe surfaces in ways inaccessible to other experimental devices.

References:

T. Schenkel, A.V. Hamza, A.V. Barnes, D.H. Schneider,
Interaction of slow, very highly charged ions with surfaces,
Journal of Chemical Physics 113(6):2419-2422, 1999  pdf(1396k)   bibtex

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