Krishnarajulu, B and Muralidhar, GK and Mohan, S and Menon, AG (1989) Mass analyser optics for wide-beam ion sources in ion implantation systems. In: Journal of Physics E - Scientific Instruments, 22 (8). pp. 666-668.
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Ion implantation systems, used for producing high-current ion beams, employ wide-beam ion sources which are rotated through 90 degrees . These sources need mass analyser optics which are different from the conventional design. The authors present results of calculation of the image distance as a function of entrance and exit angles of a sector magnet mass analyser having such a source. These computations have been performed for the magnetic deflection angles 45 degrees , 60 degrees and 90 degrees . The details of the computations carried out using the computer program MODBEAM, developed for this purpose, are also discussed.
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|Date Deposited:||14 Oct 2010 07:51|
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