A coaxial static-electromagnetic velocity spectrometer for high-energy particles
University of California Radiation Laboratory, 1957 - Science - 15 pages
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analysis antiprotons appended numbers beam California Berkeley center conductor center-conductor diameter center-conductor support central momentum coaxial geometry coaxial spectrometer COAXIAL STATIC-ELECTROMAGNETIC VELOCITY coaxial system comparable parallel-plate deflector considerably shorter system criterion discussed decay deflected DEFLECTOR PLATE diaphragm different masses entrance lens exit aperture EXIT COLLIMATOR force constants given momentum gradient H fields Heavy portions HIGH-ENERGY PARTICLES Joseph inches in diameter inside the coax lens and exit LENS EXIT let the required maximum mesons Mev/c momentum contours momentum distribution multiple scattering muon nondispersively analyzed optical aberration OPTIMUM IMAGE DISTANCE outer conductor parallel-plate system particle and pions particle indicated particles of different Pion contamination pions entering potential primary collimator Radiation Laboratory radii ratio Reflection by multiple rejection required length secondary collimation selected particles separation SPECTROMETER FOR HIGH-ENERGY STATIC-ELECTROMAGNETIC VELOCITY SPECTROMETER system length trajectory tangent transmission efficiency Transmission of selected undesired particles University of California unobstructed image value of F/F width