High-power Ion Beams
High-Power Ion Beams is the first book to address the main problems and aspects of the production and utilization of high-power ion beams. Focusing on the fundamental problems of such beams and their interaction with media, this volume is gleaned from over a decade of experimental investigation by Russian researchers and their international counterparts. Indispensable to the broad circle of research scientists working in the fields of pulsed high-current electronics, accelerator technology, and plasma physics, this volume is also of value to graduate students and undergraduates interested in advanced courses in the corresponding specialties.
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Production of highpower
Highpower ionbeam diagnostics methods
Experimental investigation of the reflecting systems
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