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Title:  From Tracking Code to Analysis : Generalised CourantSnyder Theory for Any Accelerator Model 
Author(s): 
Etienne Forest 
Date:  2016 
Publisher:  Springer Japan 
Size:  1 online resource (347 p) 
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Contents:  Introduction  The linear transverse normal form: one degree of freedom  The nonlinear transverse normal form: one degree of freedom  Classification of linear normal forms  Nonlinear normal forms  Spin normal form  The nonlinear spinorbi tal phase advance: the mother of all algorithms  DepritGuignard perturbation theory faithful to the code  Here is the conclusion of this book  Phasors basis: why do I reject symplectic phasors?  The logarithm of a map  Stroboscopic average for the ISF vector n  Hierarchy of Analytical Methods. 
ISBN:  9784431558026 
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Keywords:  Particle accelerators, Design and construction, Computer programs 
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Title:  Beam dynamics [electronic resource] : in high energy particle accelerators 
Author(s): 
Andrzej Wolski 
Date:  2014 
Publisher:  London: Imperial College Press 
Size:  1 online resource (591 p.) 
Contents:  I. Electromagnetism and classical mechanics. 1. Electromagnetic fields in accelerator components  2. Hamiltonian for a particle in an accelerator beam line  II. Singleparticle linear dynamics. 3. Linear transfer maps for common components  4. Linear optics in uncoupled beam lines  5. Coupled optics  6. Linear imperfections in storage rings  7. Effects of synchrotron radiation  III. Singleparticle nonlinear dynamics. 8. Examples of nonlinear effects in accelerator beam lines  9. Rep resentations of transfer maps  10. Symplectic integrators  11. Methods for analysis of singleparticle dynamics  IV. Collective effects. 12. Space charge  13. Scattering effects  14. Wake fields, wake functions and impedance  15. Coherent ins t abilities. 
ISBN:  9781783262779 
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Keywords:  Beam dynamics. , Particle accelerators. 
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Title:  RF linear accelerators for medical and industrial applications 
Author(s): 
Samy Hanna 
Date:  2012 
Publisher:  Artech House 
Size:  1 online resource (202 p.) 
Contents:  Chapter 1 Introduction  Overview of Role of Accelerators in Our Lives  A Glance at the History of Accelerator Development  Development of Electrostatic Accelerators  Development of Circular Accelerators  Development of RF Linear Accelerato rs  Cancer Radiation Therapy  Market for Industrial Accelerators  Producing Medical Radioisotopes for Imaging and Nuclear Medicine  Electron Beam Sterilization of Medical Disposables and Food Processing Nondestructive Testing (NDT)  Ion Implanta tion in Semiconductor Chip Fabrication  Processing of Polymers  Security and Inspection Applications 
Chapter 2 Linac Basic Concepts and Constituents  Fundamental Concepts and Definitions  Coupled Accelerator Cavities  Linac.s Different Configurations  StandingWave Linacs  TW Linacs  Bunching Mechanism  Electron Gun Operation  XRay Generation and Target Design  Mechanism of Conversion  XRay Target Design Requirements  Target Design Approaches  
Chapter 3 Linac Supporting System  The Linac as a Source for Electron and XRay Beams  Linac Auxiliary Systems  Linac Vacuum System  RF Vacuum Window  Linac WaterCooling System  Radio Frequency (RF) System  RF HighPower Sources  RF Power Transmission Subsystems  
Chapter 4 Manufacturing Techniques of Accelerators  Manufacturing Processes  Material Requirements  Cavity Machining  Chemical Cleaning  Assembly and Bonding Techniques  Brazing  Diffusion Bonding  Tuning of Linacs Thermal Outgasing (BakeOut)  Electron Gun Activation  HighPower RF Conditioning  Linac.s Beam Tests and Test Bunkers  Common Manufacturing Issues and Imperfections  Quality Systems in Linac Manufacturing  Examples of QC and QA Measures  Ex amples of Statistical Process Control  Guidelines for Linac Buyers and Users  
Chapter 5 Role of Linear Accelerators in Cancer Radiation Therapy  Basic Radiation Therapy Concepts and Definitions  RadionuclidesBased Radiation Therapy  Brachytherapy  Cobalt Teletherapy  AcceleratorBased Radiation Therapy  The Medic al Linac Requirements  Clinical Use of Linacs in Radiation Therapy  Clinical Requirements  Treatment Planning and Simulation  Dose Fractionation  Rotational Therapy  Conformal Radiation Therapy  Multileaf Collimators (MLCs)  IntensityModu lated Radiation Therapy (IMRT)  Adaptive Radiation Therapy (ART)  ImageGuided Radiation Therapy (IGRT)  Need for IGRT and Treatment Verification  Portal Films  Electronic Portal Imaging Devices  Tomotherapy  Robotic Radiosurgery: CyberKnife  Stereotactic Radiosurgery  Gamma Knife Radiosurgery  Intraoperative Radiation Therapy  
Chapter 6 AcceleratorBased Industrial Applications  Use of Accelerators in Material Processing  Electron Beam Current and Energy Requirements  Main Applications for Polymer EB CrossLinking  Industrial Material Processing Using XRay Radiat ion  Sterilization of Medical Products and Food Irradiation  Medical Product Sterilization  Electron Beam Food Processing by Irradiation  Mechanism of Killing Pathogens  Environmental Applications of Accelerators  Wastewater Treatment  EB Tr eatment of Flue Gases  Reduction of Acid Rain  Nondestructive Testing  Security and Inspection Applications  Scanning Units  Recent Advancements in Cargo Inspection  Ion Implantation in Semiconductor Chip Fabrication  Concept of Operation  
Chapter 7 Large Accelerators  Large Accelerator Facilities for HighEnergy Physics  Linear Colliders  Circular Colliders  Use of Superconductivity in Large Accelerators  Synchrotrons Sources  Synchrotron Storage Rings  Wigglers and Und ulators  Examples of Synchrotron Radiation Applications  Cancer Particle Therapy  Advantages of Particle Therapy  Particle Therapy Circular Accelerators  
Chapter 8 Recent Developments and Future Trends in Accelerator Technology  FreeElectron Laser  AcceleratorBased Neutron Sources  Neutron Spallation Sources  The Spallation Neutron Source (SNS)  PlasmaBased Accelerators  Basic Concept of PWFA  Dielectric Wall Accelerators  Basic Concept of DWA  
ISBN:  9781608070909 
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Keywords:  Linear accelerators. , Linear accelerators in medicine. 
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Title:  RF Linear Accelerators 2e 
Author(s): 
Wangler 
Date:  2008 
Publisher:  WileyVCH 
Size:  1 online resource (467 p.) 
ISBN:  9783527406807 
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Keywords:  Physics 
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Title:  Synchrotron Light Sources and FreeElectron Lasers Accelerator Physics, Instrumentation and Science Applications 
Author(s):  
Date:  2016 
Edition:  1st ed. 2016 
Size:  1 online resource (632 p.) 
Note:  10.1007/9783319143941 
Contents:  Accelerator Physics  Physics of Synchrotron Radiation  Introduction to HighGain FEL Theory  Seeding the Harmonic Generation in Free Electron Lasers  Ultrashort Pulses from Synchrotron Radiation Sources  Terahertz Radiation 
Sources  Facility Design  Storage Ring Design for Synchrotron Radiation Sources  Electron Linear Accelerator for XRay FEL  The SCALA FEL  FLASH: The First Superconducting XRay FEL  Energy Recovery Linacs  Technology  
Basis  Integrated MultiMagnet Systems  Superconduction RF: Enabling Technology for Modern Light Sources  Vacuum Systems for Synchrotron Light Sources and FELs  Electron Sources for Brilliant Light Sources  Shaping Photon  
Beams with Undulators and Wigglers  Control Systems, Operational Tools  Beam Instrumentation and Diagnostics  Orbit/Trajectory Control and Feedback  Beam Instabilities, Feedback Systems  Brilliant Light Sources Driven by  
LaserPlasma Accelerators  
ISBN:  9783319143941 
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Keywords:  Physics , Physical chemistry , Optics , Electrodynamics , Condensed matter , Biophysics , Biological physics , Physical measurements , Measurement , Materials science , Physics , Optics and Electrodynamics , Characterization and Evaluation of Materials , Condensed Matter Physics , Measurement Science and Instrumentation , Physical Chemistry , Biophysics and Biological Physics 
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Title:  Particle Accelerators, Colliders, and the Story of High Energy Physics [electronic resource] : Charming the Cosmic Snake 
Author(s): 
Raghavan Jayakumar 
Date:  2012 
Publisher:  Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg 
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Note:  The Nordic mythological Cosmic Serpent, Ouroboros, is said to be coiled in the depths of the sea, surrounding the Earth with its tail in its mouth. In physics, this snake is a metaphor for the Universe, where the head,symbolizing the largest entity the Cosmos is one with the tail, symbolizing the smallest the fundamental particle. Particle accelerators, colliders and detectors are built by physicists and engineers to uncover the natureof the Universe while discovering its building blocks. Charming the Cosmic Snake takes the readers through the science behind these experimental machines: the physics principles that each stage of the development of particleaccelerators helped to reveal, and the particles they helped to discover. The book culminates with a description of the Large Hadron Collider, one of the worlds largest and most complex machines operating in a 27km circumferencetunnel near Geneva. That collider may prove or disprove many of our basic theories about the nature of matter. The book provides the material honestly without misrepresenting the science for the sake of excitement or glossing overdifficult notions. The principles behind each type of accelerator is made accessible to the undergraduate student and even to a lay reader with c artoons, illustrations and metaphors. Simultaneously, the book also caters to differentlevels of readers background and provides additional materials for the more interested or diligent reader 
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Contents:  The Expanding Universe of Particles 
The spark that broke the atom  
Natures own accelerator  
Cracking the Nucleus  
The Spiral Path to Nirvana  
Then it rained particles  
Rings of Earth  
The Synchrotron  
The Next Generation Supersynchrotrons  
Linear Accelerators, the straight story  
The Lotus Posture, Symmetry, Gauge Theories and the Standard Model  
Collision course  
Particle Detector Experiments  
The Snake Charmer  
The Large Hadron Collider  
Index  
ISBN:  9783642220647 
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Keywords:  Particle acceleration , Science (General) , Computer engineering 
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Title:  Induction Accelerators [electronic resource] 
Author(s): 
Ken Takayama Richard J Briggs 
Date:  2011 
Publisher:  Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer 
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Note:  A broad class of accelerators rests on the induction principle whereby the accelerating electrical fields are generated by timevarying magnetic fluxes. Particularly suitable for the transport of bright and highintensity beams ofelectrons, protons o r heavy ions in any geometry (linear or circular) the research and development of induction accelerators is a thriving subfield of accelerator physics. This text is the first comprehensive account of both thefundamentals and the state of the art about the modern conceptual design and implementation of such devices. Accordingly, the first part of the book is devoted to the essential features of and key technologies used for inductionaccelerators at a level suitable for postgraduate students and newcomers t o the field. Subsequent chapters deal with more specialized and advanced topics 
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Contents:  Introduction 
Historical Perspectives  
Principles of Induction Acceleratores  
Modulators  
Magnetic Materials  
Induction Cell Design Tradeoffs and Examples  
Electron Induction Linacs  
Applications of Electron Linear Induction Accelerators  
Ion Induction Accelerators  
Applications of Ion Induction Accelerators  
Induction Synchrotron  
Applications of Induction Synchrotrons  
Index  
ISBN:  9783642139178 
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Keywords:  Particle acceleration , Computer engineering 
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Title:  SolidState Spectroscopy [electronic resource] : An Introduction 
Author(s): 
Hans Kuzmany 
Date:  2009 
Publisher:  Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg 
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Note:  Spectroscopic methods have opened up a new horizon in our knowledge of solidstate materials. Numerous techniques using electromagnetic radiation or charged and neutral particles have been invented and worked out to a high levelin order to provide mo re detailed information on the solids. The text presented here is an updated description of such methods as they were originally presented in the first edition. It covers linear response of solids toelectromagnetic radiation in a frequency range extending from megahertz or gigahertz as used in spin resonance spectroscopy, to infrared spectroscopy and various forms of spectroscopy in the visible and near visible spectral range. Itextends to spectroscopy in the UV and xray spectral range and eventually sev eral spectroscopic methods are addressed in the frequency range of g radiation. Likewise linear response to irradiation with particles such as electrons,positrons, muons, neutrons, and atoms is discussed. Instrumental and technical background is provided as well as application to the analysis of the solid state. New developments especially addressed in this second edition cover theexciting new field of mesoscopic and nanoscopic solids using light scattering from small particles, single electron (addition) spectroscopy, and quantization in magnetic fields. Likewise, the development and application of synchrotronradiation has encountered a dramatic progress particularly in the field of high resolution and angular resolved photoelectron spectroscopy. Free el ectron lasers from undulators in linear accelerators are becoming available withdramatic enhancement in brightness and provide a fourth generation of synchrotron light sources. The better understanding and the possibilities to manipulate spin states as it happens in spintronic research stimulated sophisticatedtechnologies in electron and nuclear spin resonance which are also covered in the new edition. Breakthrough developments were obtained in the fiel 
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Contents:  Introduction 
Electromagnetic Radiation  
Light Sources with General Application  
Spectral Analysis of Light  
Detection of Electromagnetic Radiation  
The Dielectric Response Functions  
Spectroscopy in the Visible and Near  
Visible Spectral Range  
Symmetry, and Selection Rules  
Light Scattering Spectroscopy  
Infrared Spectroscopy  
Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy  
Ultraviolet and X  
Ray Spectroscopy  
Spectroscopy with Gamma Rays  
Generalized Form of Response Functions  
Spectroscopy with Electrons, Positrons and Myons  
Spectroscopy of Mesoscopic and Nanoscopic Solids  
ISBN:  9783642014796 
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Keywords:  Biochemistry 
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Title:  Precision Electroweak Physics at ElectronPositron Colliders [electronic resource] 
Author(s): 
Stefan Roth 
Date:  2007 
Publisher:  Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg 
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Note:  This uptodate volume reviews the recent contributions of electronpositron colliders to the precision test of the electroweak Standard Model. In particular, it contains a short summary of the measurements at the Z resonance andgives an overview of the electroweak processes above the Z. Subsequently, the measurement of the W mass at LEP is discussed in detail. The implications for the precision test of the Standard Model are presented, giving the status ofthe global electroweak fit before the startu p of Large Hadron Collider. The final chapters give an outlook on the electroweak physics at a future linear collider. The book also features many illustrations and tables. Readers obtain acoherent overview of the results of 20 years of electroweak physic s conducted at electronpositron colliders 
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Contents:  Electroweak Interactions 
The Accelerators SLC and LEP  
Electroweak Measurements at the Z Resonance  
Electroweak Physics above the Z Resonance  
W  
Boson Pair Production  
Measurement of the W mass at LEP  
Fit of Electroweak Parameters to Precision Data  
Electroweak Physics at an e+e  
Linear Collider  
Summary and Conclusions  
ISBN:  9783540351658 
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Series:  Springer Tracts in Modern Physics, 00813869 : v220 
Series:  Physics and Astronomy (Springer11651) 
Keywords:  Particles (Nuclear physics) 
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Title:  The Theory of Coherent Radiation by Intense Electron Beams [electronic resource] 
Author(s): 
Vyacheslav A Buts Andrey N Lebedev V.I Kurilko 
Date:  2006 
Publisher:  Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg 
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Note:  Spurred by the development of highcurrent, highenergy relativistic electron beams this books delves into the foundations of a device and geometry independent theoretical treatment of a large collection of interacting andradiating electron bunches. Part I deals with the basics of the radiation emission of a single charged particle, paying particular attention to the effect of radiation reaction and dwelling on the corresponding wellknown paradoxes.Part II investigates the collective behaviour of a highdensity electron bunch where both discrete and continous beam modelling is explored. Part III treats the application to modern systems while still keeping the treatment as generalas possible. This book will be mandatory reading for anyone working on the foundations of modern devices such as free electron lasers, plasma accelerators, synchroton sources and other modern sources of bright, coherent radiation withhigh spectral density 
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Contents:  Radiation by Single Particles 
Synchronous WaveParticle Interaction  
Radiation Emitted by Particle Moving Uniformly  
Microwave Bremsstrahlung  
Radiation Reaction  
Radiation by Particles Ensembles  
Coherence of Individual Emitters  
Spontaneous and Stimulated Emission  
Proper Waves in Flows of Charged Particles  
Certain Modern Applications  
Cherenkov Radiation in BeamPlasma Systems  
Cyclotron Resonance Masers (CRM)  
Free Electron Lasers (FELs)  
Blowup Effect in Linear Accelerators  
ISBN:  9783540306900 
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Series:  Particle Acceleration and Detection, 16111052 
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Keywords:  Particle acceleration , Electrodynamics 
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Title:  Atomic Physics at Accelerators: Stored Particles and Fundamental Physics Proceedings of the APAC 2001, held in Aarhus, Denmark, 8–13 September 2001 
Author(s):  
Date:  2003 
Size:  1 online resource (351 p.) 
Note:  10.1007/9789400709461 
Contents:  1. Ionelectron recombination  Recombination Measurements at Ion Storage Rings  Enhancement of LowEnergy Electron Ion Recombination in a Magnetic Field  Recombination Enhancement in Electron Coolers  Enhancement of 
Dielectronic Recombination by External Electromagnetic Fields  Radiative Electron Capture into the K and LShell of H, He, and LiLike Uranium Ions at Relativistic Energies  Polarization of the Lyman?1 Line Following the  
Radiative Recombination of Bare, HighZ Ions  Dielectronic Recombination of Very Heavy Lithiumlike Ions  2. Fundamental constants, interactions and symmetries  Measurement of the g Factor of the Bound Electron in Hydrogenlike  
Oxygen 16O7+  Mass of the Electron from the Electronic g Factor in Hydrogenlike Carbon — the Influence of Other Fundamental Parameters  Towards a Measurement of the n = 2 Lamb Shift in Hydrogenlike Nitrogen Using an Electron Beam  
Ion Trap  Vacuum Polarization Corrections to ParityNonconserving Effects in Atomic Systems  Toward a New Test of the Relativistic Time Dilation Factor by Laser Spectroscopy of Fast Ions in a Storage Ring  The Weak Interaction  
Studied with Trapped Ions and Atoms  The Legnaro Francium MagnetoOptical Trap  WITCH: A Penning Trap Retardation Spectrometer Combination for Precision Studies of the Weak Interaction  3. Spectra and lifetimes of highly charged  
ions  Structure and Dynamics of HighZ Ions Studied at the ESR Storage Ring  FastBeam Laser Spectroscopy of Heliumlike Silicon  Physics with HighlyCharged Ions in an EBIT  Systematic Calculations of Total Atomic Binding  
Energies  Relativistic Transition Energies and Radiative Transition Rates for Forbidden Transitions in the Is2 2s2 2p4 Atomic Configuration for 20 ? Z ? 30  Correlation and Relativistic Effects on Landé gJ Factors of Atomic Ions   
Magnetic Sublevel Population Studied for H and Helike Uranium in Relativistic IonAtom Collisions  Lifetime Measurement of the Metastable 23P0 State in Heliumlike 197Au  Nuclear and Electron Polarization Contributions to the HFS  
of Hydrogen and Lithiumlike Ions  4. Atomic lifetimes and spectra  Studies of Lifetimes in an Ion Storage Ring Using Laser Technique  Strong Relaxation and Correlation Effects on the 2p53s2p6 Spectrum of Neutral Neon  5.  
Ionization, fragmentation and electron capture  Threshold Laws for FourParticle Fragmentation: Mass Effects  Subshell Resolved Measurements of Single Electron Capture in Slow Ne7+Helium Collisions  6. Cooling of beams in traps  
and storage rings  Vertical Blowup in a LowCurrent, Stored, LaserCooled Ion Beam  Laser Cooled Ions and Atoms in a Storage Ring  Electron Cooling of Positrons in LEPTA  Stability of Crystalline Ion Beams  Observations of  
Ordered Beams in CRYRING  Cold Electrons from Cryogenic GaAs Photocathodes: Energetic and Angular Distributions  Study of Cooling and Storage Properties of a GasFilled Linear Paul Trap Coupled to a TimeofFlight Mass Spectrometer  
for Mass Measurements of Exotic Nuclei  7. New developments in charged particle traps and storage rings  New Magnetic Storage Rings  Research with Trapped keV Ion Beams  First Results of Ion Trapping in the Dresden EBIT II   
SHIPTRAP is Trapping: A Capture and Storage Device on Its Way towards a RIB Facility  Design Studies of an Electrostatic Storage Ring  First Tests of a Linear Radiofrequency Quadrupole for the Cooling and Bunching of Radioactive  
Light Ions  8. Investigations relevant for Astrophysics  Molecular Physics in Storage Rings: From Laboratory to Space  Astrophysically Motivated, ForbiddenLine Lifetime Measurements on Iron Ions (Fe9+Fe12+) Using a HeavyIon  
Storage Ring  9. Clusters, biomolecules, aerosols and nanoparticles  Laser Investigations of Stored Metal Cluster Ions  Studies of Clusters and Biomolecules ín ELIS A  Molecular Ions and Nanoparticles in RF and AC Traps   
Carbon Cluster Ions For a Study of the Accuracy of ISOLTRAP  10. Atomic physics with antiparticles  Atomic Spectroscopy and Collisions Using Slow Antiprotons — the ASACUSA Experiment at CERNAD  Practical Uses of Antiprotons   
Energy Levels of Hydrogenlike Kaonic Atoms  HighPrecision Calculation of the Fine and Hyperfine Structure Splittings of Antiprotonic Helium3,4 Atoms  TimeDependent CoupledChannel Calculations of the Annihilation Rate in  
PositronHydrogen Collisions  Measurement of the Strong Interaction Shift and Width of the Ground State of Pionic Hydrogen  Author Index  
ISBN:  9789400709461 
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Keywords:  Physics , Inorganic chemistry , Atoms , Atomic structure , Molecular structure , Spectra , Physics , Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics , Atomic/Molecular Structure and Spectra , Inorganic Chemistry 
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Title:  Particle Accelerator Physics I Basic Principles and Linear Beam Dynamics II Nonlinear and HigherOrder Beam Dynamics 
Author(s): 
Helmut Wiedemann 
Date:  2003 
Edition:  Second Edition 
Size:  1 online resource (921 p.) 
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Contents:  1. Introduction  2. Linear Accelerators  3. Circular Accelerators  4. Charged Particles in Electromagnetic Fields  5. Linear Beam Dynamics  6. Periodic Focusing Systems  7. Perturbations in Beam Dynamics  8. Charged 
Particle Acceleration  9. Synchrotron Radiation  10. Particle Beam Parameters  11. Beam Life Time  12. Collective Phenomena  13. Beam Emittance and Lattice Design  1. Hamiltonian Formulation of Beam Dynamics  2. General  
Electromagnetic Fields  3. Dynamics of Coupled Motion  4. HigherOrder Perturbations  5. Hamiltonian Nonlinear Beam Dynamics  6. Charged Particle Acceleration  7. Synchrotron Radiation  8. Hamiltonian ManyParticle Systems  
 9. Particle Beam Parameters  10. Collective Phenomena  11. Insertion Device Radiation  Appendices  A. Suggested Reading  B. Bibliography  References  Author Index  References  Suggested Reading  Author Index  
ISBN:  9783662050347 
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Keywords:  Physics , Particle acceleration , Physical measurements , Measurement , Physics , Particle Acceleration and Detection, Beam Physics , Measurement Science and Instrumentation 
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Title:  Hadron Collider Physics 2002 Proceedings of the 14th Topical Conference on Hadron Collider Physics, Karlsruhe, Germany, September 29–October 4,2002 
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Date:  2003 
Size:  1 online resource (529 p.) 
Note:  10.1007/9783642555244 
Contents:  I Opening Review on Hadron—Collider Physics  Hadron Colliders, the Standard Model, and Beyond  II Status of the Accelerators and Detectors  Tevatron Collider Run II Status  Status of CDF II and Prospects for Run II  Status 
of the DØ Detector  III Standard Model Processes: Parton Luminosities, QCD Evolution  The Proton Structure as Measured at HERA  Global Fits of Parton Distributions  Low x Physics at HERA  Saturation Effects in Hadronic Cross  
Sections  IV Standard Model Processes: QCD at High pt  Progress in NNLO Calculations for Scattering Processes  Heavy Flavour Production at DØ  Heavy Quark Production at CDF  Heavy Quark Production at HERA  Theoretical  
Developments on Hard QCD Processes at Colliders  Jet Production at CDF  Jet Algorithms at DØ  Jet Physics at HERA  Global Photon Summary  Hadron Production in HadronHadron and LeptonHadron Collisions  V Standard Model  
Processes: QCD: Diffractive Processes  Measurements of Diffractive Processes at HERA Aharon Levy  Diffractive Physics at DØ  Measurements of Diffractive Processes at CDF  Selected topics in Rapidity Gap Physics  VI Standard  
Model Processes: HeavyIon Collisions  Recent Results from STAR  VII Standard Model Processes: Heavy Flavour, CKM and CPViolation  Beauty and Charm Physics at CDF, First Results and Perspectives  Prospects for B Lifetimes,  
Oscillations and CP Violation at DØ  Impact of BottomQuark Measurements on our Knowledge of the Standard Model  VIII Standard Model Processes: W, ZBosons, Electroweak Parameters  Electroweak Physics Prospects for CDF in Run II  
 Measurement of the Z and W Boson Production Cross  Associated Hadroproduction of Charmonia and Electroweak Bosons  Review of Potential for Precision Electroweak Studies at the LHC  IX Standard Model Processes: Top Quark  Top  
Quark Physics at DØ  Top Quark Physics with CDF  The Top Quark: Experimental Roots and Branches of Theory  X Searches for New Phenomena: Higgs  Higgs Production at Hadron Colliders  Higgs Searches and Prospects at CDF   
Prospects for Higgs Bosons at DØ  Prospects of Higgs Physics at the LHC  XI Searches for New Phenomena: Alternative Symmetry Breaking Mechanisms, SUSY, Extra  Dimensions, Anomalous Couplings, Leptoquarks and Compositness Isolated  
Lepton Signatures at HERA  Searches for New Particles/Phenomena at CDF  Searches and Expected Signatures at DØ  Searches and Discovery Prospects at HERA  Supersymmetry at the LHC: Searches, Discovery Windows, and Expected  
Signatures  Searches, Discovery Windows, and Expected Signatures of New Phenomena at ATLAS and CMS  XII Tools and Techniques for Physics Analysis: Luminosity Determination in HadronHadron Collisions, Event Generators, New  
Developments in Analysis Techniques  Luminosity Determination at the Tevatron  Luminosity Measurement at the LHC  Precision Parton Luminosities at the LHC  Event Generators — New Developments  HERA Event Generators for the  
Low Mass Region  Optimal Use of Information for Measuring Mt in Lepton+jets tt¯ Events  Multivariate Analysis Techniques for Final State Reconstruction  Jet Algorithms: a MiniReview  CDF ? Triggers, Analysis and Other  
Developments  User Oriented Design in High Energy Physics Applications: Physics Analysis Expert  XIII Future Colliders  Why We Need Both the LHC and an e+e¯ Linear Collider  XIV Summary Talk  Summary and Highlights of the  
Conference  
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Title:  Particle Accelerator Physics I Basic Principles and Linear Beam Dynamics 
Author(s): 
Helmut Wiedemann 
Date:  1999 
Edition:  Second Edition 
Size:  1 online resource (449 p.) 
Note:  10.1007/9783662038277 
Contents:  1. Introduction  1.1 Short Historical Overview  1.2 Particle Accelerator Systems  1.3 Basic Definitions and Formulas  1.4 Basic Principles of ParticleBeam Dynamics  Problems  2. Linear Accelerators  2.1 Principles of 
Linear Accelerators  2.2 Acceleration by rf Fields  2.3 Preinjector Beam Preparation  Problems  3. Circular Accelerators  3.1 Betatron  3.2 Weak Focusing  3.3 Adiabatic Damping  3.4 Acceleration by rf Fields  3.5  
Synchrotron  3.6 Summary of Characteristic Parameters  Problems  4. Charged Particles in Electromagnetic Fields  4.1 The Lorentz Force  4.2 Coordinate System  4.3 Fundamentals of Charged Particle Beam Optics  4.4  
Multipole Field Expansion  4.5 Multipole Fields for Beam Transport Systems  4.6 Multipole Field Patterns and Pole Profiles  4.7 Equations of Motion in Charged Particle Beam Dynamics  4.8 General Solution of the Equations of  
Motion  4.9 Building Blocks for Beam Transport Lines  Problems  5. Linear Beam Dynamics  5.1 Linear Beam Transport Systems  5.2 Matrix Formalism in Linear Beam Dynamics  5.3 Focusing in Bending Magnets  5.4 Particle Beams  
and Phase Space  5.5 Betatron Functions  5.6 Dispersive Systems  5.7 Path Length and Momentum Compaction  Problems  6. Periodic Focusing Systems  6.1 FODO Lattice  6.2 Betatron Motion in Periodic Structures  6.3 Beam  
Dynamics in Periodic Closed Lattices  6.4 Periodic Dispersion Function  6.5 Periodic Lattices in Circular Accelerators  Problems  7. Perturbations in Beam Dynamics  7.1 Magnet Alignment Errors  7.2 Dipole Field  
Perturbations  7.3 Quadrupole Field Perturbations  7.4 Resonance Theory  7.5 Chromatic Effects in a Circular Accelerator  Problems  8. Charged Particle Acceleration  8.1 Longitudinal Particle Motion  8.2 Longitudinal  
Phase Space Parameters  Problems  9. Synchrotron Radiation  9.1 Physics of Synchrotron Radiation  9.2 Coherent Radiation  9.3 Insertion Devices  9.4 Back Scattered Photons  Problems  10. Particle Beam Parameters  10.1  
Definition of Beam Parameters  10.2 Damping  10.3 Particle Distribution in Phase Space  10.4 Variation of the Equilibrium Beam Emittance  10.5 Variation of the Damping Distribution  Problems  11. Beam Life Time  11.1 Beam  
Lifetime and Vacuum  11.2 Ultra High Vacuum System  Problems  12. Collective Phenomena  12.1 Linear SpaceCharge Effects  12.2 Beam—Beam Effect  12.3 Wake Fields  12.4 Beam Instabilities  Problems  13. Beam Emittance  
and Lattice Design  13.1 Equilibrium Beam Emittance in Storage Rings  13.2 Beam Emittance in Periodic Lattices  13.3 Optimum Emittance for Colliding Beam Storage Rings  Problems  Appendices  A. Suggested Reading  B.  
Bibliography  References  Author Index  
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Keywords:  Physics , Particle acceleration , Physical measurements , Measurement , Physics , Particle Acceleration and Detection, Beam Physics , Measurement Science and Instrumentation 
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Title:  COMPSTAT Proceedings in Computational Statistics 13th Symposium held in Bristol, Great Britain, 1998 
Author(s):  
Date:  1998 
Size:  1 online resource (501 p.) 
Note:  10.1007/9783662011317 
Contents:  Keynote Papers  Analysis of Clustered Multivariate Data from Developmental Toxicity Studies  Wavelets in Statistics: Some Recent Developments  Invited Papers  Mortality Pattern Prediction in Worker Cohorts  Design Algorithms 
for Correlated Data  (Co)Variance Structures for Linear Models in the Analysis of Plant Improvement Data  Optimal Scaling Methods for Graphical Display of Multivariate Data  ComputerAssisted Statistics Teaching in Network  
Environments  Modelling Bacterial Genomes Using Hidden Markov Models  MCMC Specifics for Latent Variable Models  Exploratory Versus Decision Trees  Exploring Time Series Using Semi and Nonparametric Methods  Time Series  
Forecasting by Principal Component Methods  Contributed Papers  A Simulation Study of Indirect Prognostic Classification  Model Search: An Overview  Speeding up the Computation of the Least Quartile Difference Estimator   
Piecewise Detection of Spinal Scoliosis  A Comparison of Recent EM Accelerators within Item Response Theory  Gröbner Basis Methods in Polynomial Modelling  Analysis of High Dimensional Data from Intensive Care Medicine   
Fitting NonGaussian Time Series Models  Using Singular Value Decomposition in NonLinear Regression  A Modelling Approach for Bandwidth Selection in Kernel Density Estimation  A New Method for CrossClassification Analysis of  
Contingency Data Tables  Bayesian Analysis of Overdispersed Count Data with Application to Teletraffic Monitoring  An Alternative Pruning Method Based on the ImpurityComplexity Measure  Bayesian Inference for Mixture: The Label  
Switching Problem  Simulation of Multifractional Brownian Motion  Simulating Categorical Data from Spatial Models  Robust Factorization of a Data Matrix  Spatial Clustering Techniques: An Experimental Comparison  A Visual  
Environment for Designing Experiments  Essay of a Dynamic Regression by Principal Components Model for Correlated Time Series  Traffic Models for Telecommunication  Construction of NonStandard RowColumn Designs  Computational  
Statistics for Pharmacokinetic Data Analysis  Frailty Factors and Timedependent Hazards in Modelling Ear Infections in Children Using BASSIST  Algorithms for Robustified ErrorinVariables Problems  Idaresa — a Tool for  
Construction, Description and Use of Harmonised Datasets from National Surveys  LLAMA: an ObjectOriented System for Log Multiplicative Models  Using Threshold Accepting to Improve the Computation of Censored Quantile Regression   
On the Convergence of Iterated Random Maps with Applications to the MCEM Algorithm  Parameter Estimators for Gaussian Models with Censored Time Series and SpatioTemporal Data  Assessing the Multimodality of a Multivariate  
Distribution Using Nonparametric Techniques  Bayesian Signal Restoration and Model Determination for Ion Channels  ARGUS, Software Packages for Statistical Disclosure Control  Building EndUser Statistical Applications: An  
Example Using STABLE  On Multiple Window Local Polynomial Approximation with Varying Adaptive Bandwidths  Minimization of Computational Cost in TreeBased Methods by a Proper Ordering of Splits  Stable Multivariate Procedures —  
Strategies and Software Tools  An Alternating Method to Optimally Transform Variables in Projection Pursuit Regression  Predicting from Unbalanced Linear or Generalized Linear Models  MCMC Solution to Circle Fitting in Analysis  
of RICH Detector Data  A Visual Future for Statistical Computing  Development of Statistical Software SAMMIF for Sensitivity Analysis in Multivariate Methods  Data Imputation and Nowcasting in the Environmental Sciences Using  
Clustering and Connectionist Modelling  Graphical User Interface for Statistical Software Using Internet  A Wavelet Approach to Functional Principal Component Analysis  QuasiMonte Carlo EM Algorithm for MLEs in Generalized  
Linear Mixed Models  Applications of Smoothed Monotone Regression Splines and Smoothed Bootstrapping in Survival Analysis  Comparing the Fits of NonNested NonLinear Models  The Deepest Fit  Partially Linear Models: A New  
Algorithm and some Simulation Results  Induction of Graphical Models from Incomplete Samples  Locally and Bayesian Optimal Designs for Binary DoseResponse Models with Various Link Functions  Statistics Training and the Internet  
 Jointly Modelling Longitudinal and Survival Data  Representing Solar Active Regions with Triangulations  A General Form for Specification of Correlated Error Models, with Allowance for Heterogeneity  Exploratory Data Analysis  
with Linked Dotplots and Histograms  An ObjectOriented Approach to Local Computation in Bayes Linear Belief Networks  Index of Authors  Index of Keywords  
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Keywords:  Statistics , Information technology , Business , Computer science , Statistics , Statistics and Computing/Statistics Programs , Math Applications in Computer Science , IT in Business 
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Title:  Partial Differential Operators and Mathematical Physics International Conference in Holzhau, Germany, July 3’9, 1994 
Author(s):  
Date:  1995 
Size:  1 online resource (430 p.) 
Note:  10.1007/9783034890922 
Contents:  A remark on coercive forms and associated semigroups  Domain perturbation for the first eigenvalue of the Dirichlet Schrödinger operator  Geometric transition for a class of hyperbolic operators with double characteristics  
Multiquasielliptic operators in ?n  Real analogue of the Bergman kernel  Attractors of nonautonomous evolution equations with translationcompact symbols  Localization for 2dimensional random Schrödinger operators with  
magnetic fields  Some problems of calculus of variations in infinite dimensions  Finite capacities in spectral theory  Classical Nbody scattering  Quantum Fermi accelerators with purepoint quasispectrum  On moments of  
negative eigenvalues of an elliptic operator  Magnetic LiebThirring inequalities and stochastic oscillatory integrals  On the trace density in deformation quantization  The stationary phase method with remainder estimate as  
dimension of the space goes to infinity  The eta invariant, equivariant spin bordism, and metrics of positive scalar curvature  Generalized Strichartz inequalities for the wave equation  Around the transfer operator and the  
TotterKato formula  Bands and gaps for periodic magnetic Hamiltonians  H?calculus for second order elliptic operators in divergence form  Path integral for the relativistic Schrödinger semigroup  Semiclassical spectral  
asymptotics and multiparticle quantum theory  Product formulas and error estimates  On inequalities for the bound states of Schrödinger operators  Some examples of twoterm spectral asymptotics for sets with fractal boundary   
Estimates for Fourier transforms of surfacecarried densities on surfaces with singular points  On adiabatic reduction theory  Recurrence for fractional powers of diffusion operators in terms of volumegrowth  Band spectrum for  
Schrödinger operators with strong periodic magnetic fields  Mellin pseudodifferential operators with operator symbols and its applications  Hypoellipticity of certain differential operators with degeneration of infinite order  On  
approximation of solutions of elliptic boundary value problems for Petrovskii elliptic systems by linear combinations of fundamental solutions  The reduced wave operator with two unbounded media  Mellin quantization in the cone  
calculus for Boutet de Monnvel’s algebra  Transmission algebras on singular spaces with components of different dimensions  On approximation by solutions of nonlocal elliptic problems  A stability set in the Cauchy problem for  
elliptic systems  Discrete spectrum asymptotics for the Schrödinger operator  Convergence of Scbrödjnger operators on varying domains  Localization for the Poisson model  Systems of partial differential equations for a class of  
operator determinants  Absorption semigroups, Feller property, and Kato class  Gaussian estimates and analytic semigroups  New channels of scattering for longrange potentials  Participants  Talks  
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Series:  Operator Theory Advances and Applications : 78 
Keywords:  Mathematics , Mathematical analysis , Analysis (Mathematics) , Functional analysis , Physics , Mathematics , Analysis , Functional Analysis , Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics 
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Title:  Frontiers of Particle Beams: Factories with e+ e Rings Proceedings of a Topical Course Held by the Joint USCERN School on Particle Accelerators at Benalmádena, Spain, 29 October – 4 November 1992 
Author(s):  
Date:  1994 
Size:  1 online resource (414 p.) 
Note:  10.1007/9783662139721 
Contents:  Basic e+e?collider physics  How to reach high luminosity?  ?Factory design  General B factory design considerations  Lattice and interaction region design for TauCharm factories  Lattice and interaction region design for 
Zfactories  Lattice and interaction region design for B factories  Linear Colliders as Factories for Z0 and Heavier Particles  Injection  Vacuum systems for e+e? storage rings  Ion trapping and clearing  Backgrounds at  
e+e B Factories  to impedance for short relativistic bunches  Coherentinstabilityinduced radiation  Multibunch instabilities  Fundamentalmode rf design in e + e ? storage ring factories  RF Design (higherorder modes)   
The beambeam interaction in e+e? storage rings  The BFactory project at KEK  Detectors for ?, ?charm and B Factories  The role of a B factory in the U.S. program  
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Keywords:  Physics , Nuclear physics , Heavy ions , Hadrons , Nuclear fusion , Physics , Nuclear Physics, Heavy Ions, Hadrons , Nuclear Fusion 
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Title:  Frontiers of Particle Beams: Intensity Limitations Proceedings of a Topical Course Held by the Joint USCERN School on Particle Accelerators at Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, USA 7–14 November 1990 
Author(s):  
Date:  1992 
Size:  1 online resource (614 p.) 
Note:  10.1007/3540552502 
Contents:  Welcome address  Intensity limitations in circular particle accelerators  Wake fields and impedances  Bench methods for beancoupling impedance measurement  Coherent beam instabilities  Observation and correction of 
instabilities in circular accelerators  Some longitudinal dynamics of bunched beams  Low energy aspects of circular accelerators  High current beam transport in linear accelerator structures  Observation of high current effects  
in high energy linear accelerators  Observations of the beambeam interaction in Hadron colliders  Beambeam effects in electronpositron storage rings  Coherent beambeam effects  Beambeam phenomena in linear colliders   
Engineering limitations of proton colliders  Engineering limitations with electrons  Intrabeam scattering  Ions and neutralization  Beam loading in RF cavities  Highbrightness injectors for Hadron colliders  The next  
linear collider  Hadron collider luminosity limitations  Physics and technology challenges of $$B\bar B$$ factories  
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Keywords:  Physics , Elementary particles (Physics) , Quantum field theory , Physical measurements , Measurement , Physics , Measurement Science and Instrumentation , Elementary Particles, Quantum Field Theory 
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Title:  Regular and Chaotic Dynamics 
Author(s): 
A. J Lichtenberg 
Date:  1992 
Edition:  Second Edition 
Size:  1 online resource (692 p.) 
Note:  10.1007/9781475721843 
Contents:  1 Overview and Basic Concepts  2 Canonical Perturbation Theory  3 Mappings and Linear Stability  4 Transition to Global Stochasticity  5 Stochastic Motion and Diffusion  6 Three or More Degrees of Freedom  7 Bifurcation 
Phenomena and Transition to Chaos in Dissipative Systems  8 Chaotic Motion in Dissipative Systems  Appendix A  Applications  A.1. Planetary Motion  A.2. Accelerators and Beams  A.3. Charged Particle Confinement  A.4.  
Charged Particle Heating  A.5. Chemical Dynamics  A.6. Quantum Systems  Author Index  
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Keywords:  Mathematics , Mathematical analysis , Analysis (Mathematics) , Physics , Mathematics , Analysis , Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics 
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Title:  Frontiers of Particle Beams Observation, Diagnosis and Correction Proceedings of a Topical Course Held by the Joint USCERN School on Particle Accelerators at Anacapri, Isola di Capri, Italy, October 20–26, 1988 
Author(s):  
Date:  1989 
Size:  1 online resource (510 p.) 
Note:  10.1007/BFb0018278 
Contents:  Accelerator physics as a profession  Single particle motion  Trajectory and closed orbit correction  Transverse betatron tune measurements  Theory of emittance invariants  Methods of emittance measurement  Coupled 
transverse motion  Measurement of the longitudinal parameters of an electron beam in a storage ring  Absolute luminosity and energy determination in bunched collidingbeam machines  Polarization in large e+/e? storage rings   
Experimental study of resonances  Experimental particle tracking  Nonplanar machines  An overview of collective effects in circular and linear accelerators  Beam transfer function and Landau damping  Wake fields measurements  
 Cures for instabilities  Physical phenomena used in beam observation  Electromagnetic detectors  Beam intercepting monitors  Diagnostics with schottky noise  Signal analysis  Synchrotron radiation from magnetic  
undulators as a prospective diagnostic tool  Monitoring in future e + e ? colliders  The commissioning of accelerators  
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Keywords:  Physics , Elementary particles (Physics) , Quantum field theory , Physical measurements , Measurement , Physics , Measurement Science and Instrumentation , Elementary Particles, Quantum Field Theory 
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Title:  New Techniques for Future Accelerators II RF and Microwave Systems 
Author(s):  
Date:  1989 
Size:  1 online resource (366 p.) 
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Contents:  Opening Address  Prospects for HighEnergy Particle Physics and Future Colliders  Accelerator Amplitude and Phase Control  RF Structures for Linear Accelerators  RF Driven Linear Colliders  Frequency Scaling and Gyroklystron 
Sources for Linear Colliders with SLACType Linac Structures  RF System of a Synchrotron for Protons and Heavy Ions  Basic Features of Superconducting RF Cavities  One Dimensional Model for the Interaction of a High Charged  
Bunched Beam with a Superconducting Cavity  RFStructures: A Survey  Superconducting Radio Frequency Cavities for Accelerators  RF System Design for Control of Heavy Beam Loading in Circular Machines  Components for HighPower  
RF Systems in Modern Accelerators  Radio Frequency Systems for Present and Future Accelerators  RF Cavity Primer for Cyclic Proton Accelerators  Concluding Remarks  Participants  
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Keywords:  Physics , Physics , Physics, general 
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Title:  Frontiers of Laser Spectroscopy of Gases 
Author(s):  
Date:  1988 
Size:  1 online resource (520 p.) 
Note:  10.1007/9789400930032 
Contents:  Spectroscopy Without Lasers  Electronic Spectra  Comparison of Classical and Laser Techniques  Philosophical Remarks  Infrared Lasers for Spectroscopy  Survey of Lasers, Suitable for Spectroscopy in the Medium Infrared  
The Colour Centre Laser  The Carbon Monoxide Laser  Tunable Far Infrared Laser Spectroscopy  Second Order Spectrometer  Third Order Spectrometer  Experimental Technique  Results  Conclusion  Generation of Coherent  
Tunable Radiation  Dye Lasers  Generation of Tunable UV and IR  Tunable VUV and XUV Radiation Generated by Frequency Mixing in Gases  ThirdOrder Frequency Conversion  FifthOrder Frequency Mixing  Applications  Tunable  
Coherent Sources for Vacuum Ultraviolet Spectroscopy  Stimulated Raman Scattering  Harmonic Generation and Frequency Mixing  Applications in Spectroscopy  Conclusions  The Free Electron Laser, Offspring of Synchrotron  
Radiation  Synchrotron Radiation  Insertion Devices  Harmonic Generation  Free Electron Laser  Electron Accelerators  Free Electron Laser Facilities  Summary of FEL Properties and Applications  Laser DopplerFree  
Techniques in Spectroscopy  In Radiofrequency Domain  In Optical Domain  Applications of TwoPhoton Spectroscopy  Atomic Laser Spectroscopy  Laser Spectroscopy of Fundamental Systems  Atomic Beams, Laser Cooling, Atomic  
Traps and Rydberg Atoms  Optical Rotation Produced by Atoms  Laser Raman Spectroscopy  Theory of Linear Raman Processes  Some New Aspects of Linear Gas Phase Raman Spectroscopy  Theory of Nonlinear Raman Processes  Coherent  
Raman Spectroscopy  Techniques in Molecular Laser Spectroscopy  Laser Stark Spectroscopy  Laser Magnetic Resonance  Laser Induced Fluorescence  Double Resonance Spectroscopy  Multiphoton Ionization Spectroscopy with  
Photoelectron and Mass Spectral Analysis  Multiphoton Ionization Photoelectron Spectroscopy  Multiphoton Ionizatíon Mass Spectroscopy  Preparation of Free Radicals in Molecular Beams  Applications of Laser Ionization Mass and  
Photoelectron Spectroscopy  Summary  Multiphoton Ionization Mass Spectrometry of Biomolecules  Method  Results  Conclusion  Unimolecular Decay of EnergySelected Polyatomic Molecular Ions by ResonanceEnhanced Multiphoton  
Ionization in a Reflectron Mass Spectrometer  Photoelectron Kinetic Energy Analysis  Unimolecular Ion Decay in a Reflectron TimeofFlight Mass Spectrometer  Conclusion  Infrared Spectroscopy of Molecular Ions  Production of  
Molecular Ions  Infrared Spectroscopy of Molecular Ions using Frequency Tunable Laser Sources  Dynamics of the Photodissociation of Small Molecules  Experimental Techniques to Analyse Product Motion  Photodissociation of H2O in  
the First Absorption Band  Weak and Strong Final State Interaction  Conclusions  Laser Spectroscopy of Chemical Intermediates in Supersonic Free Jet Expansions  Supersonic Free Jet Expansions  Spectroscopy of Ions  Neutral  
Free Radicals  Summary  The Infrared Spectroscopy of the H3+ and HD+ Molecular Ions at their Dissociation Limits  The Spectroscopy of H3+  The Spectroscopy of HD+  The Interpretation of Vibrational Overtone Spectra Observed  
by Fourier Transform and Laser Photoacoustic Spectroscopy  Experimental Techniques  Anharmonicity in a Diatomic Molecule  A Simple Classical Model  A Simple Quantum Mechanical Model  Vibrational Band Intensities 475 Effects  
of Fermi Resonance, and Results on Dichloromethane  Nickel Tetracarbonyl  Discussion  Interstellar Masers and Star Formation in the Galaxy  Historical Notes  Interstellar Molecular Spectroscopy  Interstellar Masers   
Future Perspectives  
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Keywords:  Physics , Optics , Electrodynamics , Optoelectronics , Plasmons (Physics) , Physics , Optics and Electrodynamics , Optics, Optoelectronics, Plasmonics and Optical Devices 
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Title:  Frontiers of Particle Beams Proceedings of a Topical Course, Held by the Joint USCERN School on Particle Accelerators at South Padre Island, Texas, October 23–29, 1986 
Author(s):  
Date:  1988 
Publisher:  Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg 
Size:  1 online resource (700 p.) 
Note:  10.1007/BFb0031487 
Contents:  Phase space dynamics  Equations for multiparticle dynamics  Electromagnetic fields and instabilities in accelerators  Physics of beam instabilities  Iteration and accelerator dynamics  Electron storage rings for the 
production of synchrotron radiation  to the physics of the free electron laser  Space charge dominated beams  Intense electron beams  Correlations and beam noise  Advanced cooling techniques: Stochastic cooling of bunches in  
highenergy colliders  Intrabeam scattering  Crystallization of particle beams  to the next generation of linear colliders  Low emittance storage ring design  Emittance preservation in linear colliders  High energy  
electron linear accelerators, fields and structures  A conceptual design of final Focus Systems for linear colliders  An introduction to beamstrahlung and disruption  RF frequency scaling and gyroklystron sources for linear  
supercolliders  An introduction to acceleration mechanisms  Particle beams and Twentieth Century science and technology  Introductory talk Particle accelerators have a history, do they have a future?  Accelerators and the  
scientific frontier  Frontiers in particle accelerator research and development  Superconducting radiofrequency technology: Expanding the horizons of physics and accelerators  
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Title:  HighBrightness Accelerators 
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Date:  1988 
Size:  1 online resource (826p p.) 
Note:  10.1007/9781468455083 
Contents:  To High Brightness  — HighBrightness Accelerators  Brightness, Emittance and Temperature  Historical Overview of HighBrightness Accelerators  Accelerator Physics  HighIntensity Circular Proton Accelerators  
HighBrightness Circular Accelerators  Wakefield Acceleration: Concepts and Machines  Wake Fields: Limitations and Possibilities  HighBrightness RF Linear Accelerators  Induction Linacs  Advanced Concepts for Acceleration   
Beam Physics  The Physics of Codes  HighCurrent ElectronBeam Transport in Recirculating Accelerators  HighCurrent ElectronBeam Transport in Linear Induction Accelerators  Requirements on the Beam for mm and SubmmWave  
Generation  Brightness Limits for Ion Sources  Brightness Limits in Linear Ion Accelerators  BeamCurrent Limits in Circular Accelerators and Storage Ring Longitudinal Coasting Beam Instabilities  Injectors and Ion Sources   
Accelerator Engineering  Radial TransmissionLine Linear Accelerators  RF Breakdown Limits  RF Power Sources for HighBrightness RF Linacs  Fundamental Features of Superconducting Cavities for HighBrightness Accelerators   
Applications of HighBrightness Beams  FreeElectron Laser Amplifier Driven by an Induction Linac  FEL Oscillators (Microtrons)  The U.K. FreeElectron Laser  The ACO Storage Ring Free Electron Laser  Emittance, Brightness,  
FreeElectron Laser Beam Quality, and the Scaled Thermal Velocity  Induction Linacs for HeavyIon Fusion  HighAveragePower Electron Accelerators for Food Processing  Summary  Summary of LinearBeam Transport  Appendix A:  
Poster Papers  Vacuum Arc Array Ion Injector C. Burkhart, S. Humphries, Jr.  Impedance Variations in the Load of a ThyratronSwitched Discharge Circuit G. L. Clark  Gyrac, A Photon Factory? O. Gal  The SERC Plasma Beat Wave  
Experiment T. Garvey, et al.  Scaling of Current Density, Total Current, Emittance, and Brightness for Hydrogen Negative Ion Sources J. R. Hiskes  Cyclotron Resonance Laser Accelerator S. P. Kuo  Beam “SelfTrapping” in the NRL  
Modified Betatron Accelerator F. Mako, et al.  Electron Cyclotron Maser Using a Pulsed Relativistic Electron Beam A. D. R. Phelps, et al.  Transport of HighBrightness Electron Beams with Ion Focusing J. R. Smith, R. F. Schneider  
 Generation of Energetic Ion Beams from a Plasma Focus I. Ueno, et al.  Beam Dynamics Analysis in an RFQ J. H. Whealton, et al.  Appendix B: Organizing Committee, Lecturers, and Participants  
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Title:  New Techniques for Future Accelerators 
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Date:  1987 
Size:  1 online resource (283 p.) 
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Contents:  Overview of Linear Collider Studies  Principles of BeatWave Accelerators  Wake Field Acceleration  Energy Efficiency and Choice of Parameters for Linear Colliders  A TwoStage RF Linear Colliders using a Superconducting Drive 
Linac  The Micro Lasertron. An Efficient SwitchedPower Source of mm Wavelength Radiation  Collider Scaling and Cost Estimation  Cooling Rings for TeV Colliders  Linear Colliders Driven by a Superconducting LinacFEL System   
Low Technology FELs and IFELs: How can a small Laboratory contribute  Developments in the Physics of High Current Linear Ion Accelerators  RFQ Application  High Power 35 GHz Testing of a FreeElectron Laser and TwoBeam  
Accelerator Structures  Acceleration of Electrons by the Wake Field of Proton Bunches  Analytic Tools for solving Nonlinear Problems in Particle Accelerators: A Review and an Example  Approximate Solutions of the Equation for the  
Longitudinal Motion of Particles in an RFQ Accelerator  A Model of Four Rods RFQ  RFQ Field Stabilization using Dipole Suppressors  Participants  
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Title:  Computing in Accelerator Design and Operation Proceedings of the Europhysics Conference Held at the HahnMeitnerInstitut für Kernforschung Berlin GmbH Berlin, Germany, September 20–23,1983 
Author(s):  
Date:  1984 
Size:  1 online resource (578 p.) 
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Contents:  Future high energy accelerators  Beam optics and dynamics  Design of r.f. cavities  Computer aided magnet design  Beam instabilities and computer simulations  Calculation of polarization effects  Particle tracking in 
accelerators with higher order multipole fields  Programs for designing the accelerating cavities for linear accelerators  The MAGMI program for double pass electron linear accelerators  A fortran program (RELAX3D) to solve the 3  
dimensional poisson (Laplace) equation  Calculation of three dimensional electric fields by successive overrelaxation in the central region of a cyclotron  The design of the accelerating cavity for SuSe with the aid of the  
threedimensional cavity calculation program CAV3D  The further development of the calculation of the three dimensional electric field in the central region of the INR cyclotron  Particle tracking using lie algebraic methods   
Numerical investigation of bunchmerging in a heavyionsynchrotron  Nonlinear aspects of Landau damping in computer simulation of the microwave instability  The transport theory of particle beamcongregation in sixdimensional  
phase space  The MAD program  Analogue computer display of accelerator beam optics  A Monte Carlo beam transport program, REVMOC  Multiparticle codes developed at GANIL  MIRKO — an interactive program for beam lines and  
synchrotrons  Aperture studies of the BNL colliding beam accelerator with reduced superperiodicity  The study of misalignmental characteristics of beam optical components of HI13 tandem  Calculations for the design and  
modification of the 2 cyclotrons of S.A.R.A.  Magnetic field optimization and beam dynamics calculations for SuSe  ‘DFLKTR’ the code for designing the electrostatic extraction system for cyclotrons  RFQ design considerations   
Effects of higher order multipole fields on high current RFQ accelerator design  Versatile codes and effective method for orbit programming with actually existing first harmonics in cyclotron  Calculations of the heavy ion saclay  
tandem post accelerator beams  Electron injector computer simulations  Numerical simulations of orbit correction in large electron rings  Simulation of polarization correction schemes in e+e? storage rings  Computation of  
electron spin polarisation in storage rings  Archsim: A proton synchrotron tracking program including longitudinal space charge  A method for distinguishing chaotic from quasiperiodic motions in orbit tracking programs  PATH — a  
lumpedelement beamtransport simulation program with space charge  Workshop no. 1. Computer programs for lattice calculations  Digital control of accelerators — the first ten years  Distributed digital control of accelerators   
Centralized digital control of accelerators  Concurrent control of interacting accelerators with particle beams of varying format and kind  Integrated control and data acquisition of experimental facilities  Software engineering  
tools  Centralization and decentralization in the TRIUMF Control System  The Fermilab Accelerator Controls System  The control system for the daresbury synchrotron radiation source  The microprocessorbased control system for  
the Milan superconducting cyclotron  The ELSA control system hardware  Computer control system of polarized ion source and beam transport line at KEK  Computer control system of TRISTAN  The system for process control and data  
analysis based on microcomputer and CAMAC equipment in the LAE 13/9 linear electron accelerator  Some features of the computer control system for the Spallation Neutron Source (SNS) of the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory  Design  
criteria for the operation of accelerators under computer control  Computer aided control of the bonn penning polarized ion source  Treatment and display of transient signals in the CERN antiproton accumulator  Fast CAMACbased  
sampling digitizers and digital filters for beam diagnostics and control in the CERN PS complex  Automated cyclotron magnetic field measurement at the University of Manitoba  On the problem of magnet ramping  High level control  
programs at NSLS  The minicomputer network for control of the dedicated synchrotron radiation storage ring BESSY  The electronic interface for control of the dedicated synchrotron radiation storage ring BESSY  to computing for  
accelerator operation  Manmachine interface versus full automation  Models and simulations  Operations and communications within the Daresbury nuclear structure facility control system  Consoles and displays for accelerator  
operation  Operator interface to the oric control system  Computer aided setting up of VICKSI  GANIL beam setting methods using online computer codes  A multiprocessor, multitask control structure for the CERN SPS   
Computer codes for automatic tuning of the beam transport at the Unilac  Interactive testprogram for ion optics  Numerical orbit calculation for a linac and improvement of its transmission efficiency of a beam  The computerized  
beam phase measurement system at GANIL its applications to the automatic isochronization in the Separated Sector Cyclotrons (SSC) and other main tuning procedures  Online optimization code used at Saturne  Automatic supervision  
for Saturne  A local computer network for the experimental data acquisition at BESSY  Closing remarks  
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Title:  Regular and Stochastic Motion [online resource] 
Author(s): 
A. J Lichtenberg 
Date:  1983 
Size:  1 online resource (499 p.) 
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Contents:  1 Overview and Basic Concepts  2 Canonical Perturbation Theory  3 Mappings and Linear Stability  4 Transition to Global Stochasticity  5 Stochastic Motion and Diffusion  6 Three or More Degrees of Freedom  7 Dissipative 
Systems  Appendix A  Applications  A.1. Planetary Motion  A.2. Accelerators and Beams  A.3. Charged Particle Confinement  A.4. Charged Particle Heating  A.S. Chemical Dynamics  A.6. Quantum Systems  Appendix B   
Hamiltonian Bifurcation Theory  Author Index  
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Title:  The Study of Fast Processes and Transient Species by Electron Pulse Radiolysis Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute held at Capri, Italy, 7–18 September, 1981 
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Date:  1982 
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Contents:  Absorption of Energy From Ionizing Radiation  1. Xrays and ?rays  (a) Photoelectric effect  (b) Compton effect  (c) Pair production  2. Electrons  (a) Excitation and ionisation of molecules  (b) Emission of radiation 
 (c) Electron range  (d) Low energy electrons  3. Heavy Positive Particles  (a) High energy  (b) Low energy  4. Neutrons  References  Basics of Radiation Chemistry  Spacial Distribution and Reaction Kinetics  1.  
Charge Particle Tracks and Track Densities  2. Spur Reactions  3. NonHomogeneous Kinetics  Time Scale of Events in a Liquid  1. Development  2. Summary of Time Scale  References  Sources of Pulsed Radiation  1.  
Introduction  2. Types of Pulsed Radiation Sources  2.1. Microwave linear accelerators  2.2. Febetrons  2.3. Other sources of pulsed radiation  3. Physical Dosimetry for Pulses Sources  References  Chemical Dosimetry of  
Pulsed Electron and XRay Sources in the 120 MeV Range  1.1. Units of Absorbed Dose  1.2. Units of Radiation Chemical Yield  2.1. Principles of Chemical Dosimetry  2.2. The Ferrous Sulphate or Fricke Dosimeter  2.3. The  
“Super Fricke Dosimeter”  2.4. Other Dosimeters Suitable for High Intensity Pulsed Sources  3.1. Dosimetry by the Measurement of Fugitive Species  3.2. Sources of Error  1. Correction due to pulse duration  2. Correction for  
response time of system  3.3. The Thiocyanate Dosimeter  3.4. The Hydrated Electron Dosimeter  3.5. The Ferrocyanide Dosimeter  References  Optical Monitoring Techniques  1. General Considerations  2. Optical Systems   
2.1. Lenses  2.2. Mirrors  2.3. LightSources  2.4. Monochromators  3. Monitoring Techniques  3.1. Photodetectors  3.2. Photomultipliers  3.3. Photodiodes  3.4. Detector circuits  References  Conductivity Monitoring  
Techniques  Electrical Principles  Limitations  Experimental Setups  Chemical Examples  Conclusion  References  Polarography Monitoring Techniques  Experimental Section  Examples  Conclusion  References  The  
Microwave Absorption Technique For Studying Ions and Ionic Processes  Experimental  General  Circuit components  Irradiation cells  Irradiation conditions  Data Reduction  Reflection cell  Resonant cavity cell  The  
yieldmobility product  Application and Comparison with other Techniques  References  EPR and NMR Detection of Transient Radicals and Reaction Products  Time Resolved EPR  Pulsed EPR  Time resolved spectra  Time sweep   
Free induction decay  NMR in Radiation Chemistry  References  Radical Ions and Excited States in Radiolysis. Optically Detected Time Resolved EPR  Method, Results and Discussion  References  Light Scattering Techniques for  
Investigation of Transients Produced in Electron Pulse Radiolysis  Rayleigh Scattering  Raman Scattering  Background  Origin of resonance enhancement  Experimental  Pulse radiolysis and TR3 detection  Current activity   
References  Data Acquisition and Analysis in Pulse Radiolysis Part is Control, Digitization, and Analysis  1.0. Introduction  2.0. Timing and Control  3.0. Digitisation of the Transient Signal  3.1. Oscilloscopes  3.2.  
Electronic digitiser  3.3. Diode matrix technique  3.4. Streak cameras  3.5. Pulseprobe technique  3.6. Counting methods  3.7. Computer as digitiser  4.0. Data Processing and Analysis  4.1. Initial data processing   
4.2. Simple linear fitting  4.3. Iterative linear regression  4.4. Direct solution of kinetic equations  4.5. Deconvolution  4.6. Statistical considerations  5.0. Conclusion  References  Data Acquisition and Analysis in  
Pulse Radiolysis Part II: Computerization  1.0. Introduction  2.0. Historical Survey  2.1. The computer revolution  2.2. Computers in pulse radiolysis  3.0. Techniques of Laboratory Computerisation  3.1. Computer hardware  
 Minicomputers  Microcomputers  3.2. Hardware Interfacing  Camac  GPIB  S100 Bus  Ethernet  3.3. Operating systems  3.4. Programming languages  4.0. Some General Aspects of Design and Implementation  4.1.  
Flexibility  4.2. Ease of use  4.3. Manual control option  4.4. How much computerisation?  5.0. Conclusion  References  Rapid Techniques for Correcting Nanosecond Kinetic Traces for Convolution Error  1.0. Introduction   
2.0. Separation of the Convolution Integral  3.0. Model Excitation Response Function  4.0. Discussion  5.0. Examples  6.0. Conclusion  References  Basic Radiation Chemistry of Liquid Water  1. Introduction  2. Primary  
Events  3. Experimental Evidence for Spurs  4. Yields of the Primary Species  4.1. Yields in neutral solution  4.2. Dependence on pH  5. Initial Yields  6. Properties of the Primary Radicals  6.1. Hydrated electron   
6.2. Hydrogen atom  6.3. Hydroxy1 radical  6.4. Perhydroxyl radical  7. Water Radiolysis as a Chemical Tool  7.1. Oxidising conditions  7.2. Reducing conditions  8. Concluding Remarks  References  Applications of Water  
Radiolysis in Inorganic Chemistry  1. Introduction  2. Inorganic Free Radicals  3. Nonmetallic Compounds  3.1. Oxyhalogen ions  3.2. Borohydride ion  4. Aquometal Ions in Unusual Oxidation States  5. Lanthanides and  
Actinides  6. Transition Metal Complexes  6.1. Electron transfer  6.2. Coordinated free radicals  6.3. Aquation of transition metal complexes  6.4. Change in symmetry  7. Concluding Remarks  References  Application of  
Pulse Radiolysis to the Study of Aqueous Organic Systems  Reactions of OH, eaq and H  Hydroxyl radicals  Hydrated electrons  Hydrogen atoms  Design of Experiments  Radicals formed from OH reactions  Radicals formed from  
eaq reactions  Radicals formed from H reactions  Acidbase properties  Errors  Free Radicals Formed from Organic Compounds  Hydrocarbons  Halides  Alcohol and carbonyl compounds  Sulphur compounds  References   
Application of Pulse Radiolysis to the Study of Molecules of Biological Importance  One Electron Reduction Potentials  Quinones  Carbohydrates  Amino Acids and Peptides  Pyridine Compounds  Flavins  Haem and Haemoproteins  
 Vitamin B12  Excited States  References  Structure and Dynamics of Paramagnetic Transients By Pulsed EPR and NMR Detection of Nuclear Resonance  Time Resolved EPR  NMR Detection of Nuclear Resonance  CIDNP and CIDEP  
Contributions  References  Transients in Low Temperature Aqueous Glasses  1. The Glassy State  2. Techniques Used in Matrix Isolation Studies  Recombination Luminescences  Electro Luminescences  3. Radiation Chemistry in  
Glassy Matrices  4. Examples of Aqueous Glasses  4.1. Pure ice  4.2. Acid glasses  4.3. Alkaline glasses  4.4. Salt glasses  4.5. Ethylene glycolwater glasses  5. The Fate of Trapped Electrons  6. Conclusion   
References  Labile Species and Fast Processes in Liquid Alcohol Radiolysis  Overall Reaction  Major products  Minor products  Nonhomogeneous Kinetics and Fast Processes  Decomposition of es  References  Labile Species  
and Fast Processes in Liquid Alkanes  Ionic Species  Free ion yields  Ions in spurs  Kinetics  Free Radicals  Yields  Reactions  Excited States  Yields  References  The Dynamics of Electrons and Ions in NonPolar  
Liquids  Historical perspective  Ionisation  Recombination and Escape  Correlated ion pair kinetics  The free ion yield  Homogeneous ion recombination  Mobilities  General  Electrons  Solventradical cations   
Solventradical anions  Molecular ions  Scavenging Yields  References  Molecular Excited States in Liquid Systems  Primary Events during Fast Electron Bombardment  Contribution of Pulse Radiolysis  References   
Radiolytic Studies of Micelles and Other Aggregated Systems  Cell Membranes  Micelles  Reverse Micelles  Liposomes and Vesicles  The Hydrated Electron  The Hydroxy1 Radical  Reduction of Dimensionality  Electron  
Transfer Reactions  Binding of Proteins to Vesicle Bilayers  References  Transients in Low Temperature Organic Glasses  1. Different Types of Organic Glasses  2. Properties of Trapped Electrons  2.1. The trapping process   
2.2. Structure of trapped electrons  3. Reactions of Trapped Electrons  3.1. Reaction with scavengers  3.2. Reaction with cations  4. Cation Radicals  References  The Use of Pulse Radiolysis to Study Transient Species in  
the Gas Phase  1. Introduction  2. Excited States  2.1. Pure rare gases  2.2. Rare gases containing additives  3. Charged Species  3.1. Recombination  3.2. Ionmolecule reactions  3.3. Electron capture  4. Atoms and  
Radicals  References  Index of Subjects  
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Title:  Artificial Particle Beams in Space Plasma Studies 
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Date:  1982 
Size:  1 online resource (704 p.) 
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Contents:  1: Accelerator Experiments in Space  The Use of Artificial Electron Beams as Probes of the Distant Magnetosphere  Recent Observations of Beam Plasma Interactions in the Ionosphere and a Comparison with Laboratory Studies of the 
Beam Plasma Discharge  Charged Particle Measurements from a Rocketborne Electron Accelerator Experiment  On the Use of Artificially Injected Energetic Electrons as Indicators of Magnetospheric Electric Fields Parallel to the  
Magnetic Lines of Force  The FrenchSoviet Experiments ARAKS: Main Results  Wave Excitation in Electron Beam Experiment on Japanese Satellite “JIKIKEN (EXOSB)”  Plasma Waves and Electrical Discharges Stimulated by Beam  
Operations on a High Altitude Satellite  Plasma Diagnostics by Electron Guns and Electric Field Probes on ISEE1  Stimulation of Plasma Waves by Electron Guns on the ISEE1 Satellite  Evidence for BeamStimulated Precipitation of  
High Energy Electrons  Highlights of the Observations in the POLAR 5 Electron Accelerator Rocket Experiment  Observations of Plasma Heating Effects in the Ionosphere by a Rocketborne Electron Accelerator  Plasma Waves Produced  
by the Xenon Ion Beam Experiment on the Porcupine Sounding Rocket  The EXCEDE SPECTRAL Artificial Auroral Experiment: An Overview  Onboard Radiometric Photography of EXCEDE SPECTRAL’s Ejected Electron Beam  General Discussion on  
Accelerator Experiments in Space  2: Natural Beam Plasma Interactions in Space  Observations of Nonlinear Processes in the Ionosphere  Interaction between Natural Particle Beams and Space Plasmas  3: Accelerator Experiments in  
the Laboratory  Laboratory Simulation of Injection of Particle Beams in the Ionosphere  The NASA Space Environment Simulation Laboratory  Visible Signatures of the Multistep Transition to a BeamPlasmaDischarge  Electron  
Energy Distribution Produced by BeamPlasmaDischarge  Timedependent Plasma Behavior Trigged by a Pulsed Electron Gun under Conditions of BeamPlasmaDischarge  Ignition of the BeamPlasmaDischarge and its Dependence on Electron  
Density  Plasma Waves Stimulated by Electron Beams in the Lab and in the Auroral Ionosphere  Studies of BeamPlasma Interactions in a Space Simulation Chamber Using Prototype SpaceShuttle Instruments  Transient Effects in  
BeamPlasma Interactions in a Space Simulation Chamber Stimulated by a Fast Pulse Electron Gun  Description of the Plasma Diagnostics Package (PDP) for the OSS1 Shuttle Mission and JSC Plasma Chamber Test in Conjunction with the  
Fast Pulse Electron Gun (FPEG)  Radial Dependence of HF Wave Field Strength in the BPD Column  Laboratory BeamPlasma Interactions — Linear and Nonlinear  Electromagnetic Radiation from BeamPlasma Instabilities  Electron Beam  
Injection and Associated Phenomena as Observed in a Large Space Simulation Chamber  General Discussion on Accelerator Experiments in the Laboratory  4: Theoretical Aspects of The Beam Plasma Interactions  Theory of Beam Plasma  
Discharge  Electron Beam as a Source of Electrostatic Waves  Spontaneous Emission of a Charged Particle Beam Inside a Plasma: Coherent and Incoherent Aspects  The BeamPlasma Discharge under Spacelike Conditions  Plasma Waves  
Generated by Rippled, Magnetically Focused Electron Beams Surrounded by Tenuous Plasmas  5: Neutralization of a Charged Body in Space  Charge Neutralization as Studied Experimentally and Theoretically  Experimental Studies of the  
Neutralization of a Charged Vehicle in Space and in the Laboratory in Japan  Electric Field Observations of Time Constants Related to Charging and Charge Neutralization Processes in the Ionosphere  Measurements of Vehicle Potential  
Using a MotherDaughter Tethered Rocket  General Discussion on Neutralization of a Charged Body in Space  6: Future Plans  Space Experiments with Particle Accelerators (SEPAC)  The Norwegian Program Using Particle Accelerators  
in Space  The Artificially Injected Charged Particles as a Tool for the Measurement of the Electric Field in the Magnetosphere  General Discussion on Future Experiments  Participants  
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Title:  Nuclear Instrumentation I / Instrumentelle Hilfsmittel der Kernphysik I 
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Date:  1959 
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Contents:  Kaskadengeneratoren  I. Theoretische Behandlung einfacher Gleichrichterschaltungen  II. Kaskadengeneratoren  III. Erzeugung der Hochspannung mit Hilfe eines Röhrenoszillators  IV. Schlußbemerkungen  Literatur  Van de 
Graaff Generators  A. Early developments  B. Electrode arrangements  C. Charging method  D. Support structures  E. The accelerating tube  F. The ion source and associated equipment  G. Voltage measurement and control   
H. Performance characteristics and limitations of an operational generator  I. General discussion  Cyclotrons and Synchrocyclotrons  A. Theory  B. Cyclotron components  C. Miscellaneous topics  Appendix.—Derivation of Eq.  
(6.13)  Acknowledgment  Electron Synchrotrons  1. Introduction  2. Phase stability for synchrotrons  3. Synchrotron magnets  4. Injectors  5. Pressure effect in electron synchrotrons  6. Emission of radiation by  
electrons  7. Synchrotron oscillations  8. Betatron oscillations  9. Radiofrequency  10. Calibration of the synchrotron  The Betatron  I. Introduction  II. Theory of orbits  III. Practical considerations  The Proton  
Synchrotron  A. Introduction  B. The constant gradient proton synchrotron  C. Theory of alternatinggradient accelerators  D. Alternatinggradient proton synchrotrons  Acknowledgment  Linear Accelerators  I. Introduction  
 II. General principles  III. Electron accelerators  IV. Ion accelerators  Reactor Techniques  I. The reactor as a neutron source  II. Use of fast neutrons from reactors  III. Resonance neutrons  IV. Thermal neutrons   
V. Radiation protection at reactors  General references  Electron Synchrotrons Additions and Corrections in Proof  Sachverzeichnis (DeutschEnglisch)  Subject Index (EnglishGerman)  
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Keywords:  Physics , Nuclear physics , Physical measurements , Measurement , Nuclear engineering , Physics , Particle and Nuclear Physics , Nuclear Engineering , Measurement Science and Instrumentation 
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Title:  Linear accelerators for radiation therapy 
Author(s): 
David Greene P.C. Williams 
Date:  1997 
Edition:  2nd ed. 
Publisher:  Institute of Physics Pub, Bristol, UK 
Size:  268 
Series:  Medical science series 472 
Keywords:  Linear accelerators in medicine. 
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Title:  Proceedings of the 400MeV Beam International Workshop, held at Fermilab, October 2427, 1993 
Conference:  400MeV Beam International Workshop, Fermilab, 1993 
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Carol Johnstone 
Date:  1993 
Publisher:  FNAL, Batavia, Ill 
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Keywords:  Linear accelerators in medicine 
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Title:  The History of accelerator radiological protection: Personal and professional memoirs 
Author(s): 
H.Wade Patterson (ed.) Ralph H. Thomas (ed.) 
Date:  1994 
Publisher:  Nuclear Technology Pub: Ashford, Kent, England 
Size:  445 pgs. 
Contents:  1. Health Physics at Accelerators  A Global Perspective, 2. Early Days at the Rad Lab, 3. Accelerator HP Experiences at the Cosmotron, 4. Particel Accelerator Radiation Protection, 5. Accelerator Radiation Studies in England, 6. The ANL Zero Gradient Synchrotron: A Short History, 7. Frascati, 8. Radiation Protection at the Saturne Synchrotron: Memories of the Sixties, 9. A Preliminary Report on Health Physics Probelms at the Brookhaven Alternating Synchrotron, 10. Early Days of Health Physics at CERN, 11. Evolution of Radiation Protection at the CPS, 12. History of SLAC Health Physics, 13. Accelerator Radiaiton Safetly at Yale University, 14. The Linear Elecftron Accelerators at Stanford University, 15. Accelerators at Rutherford: A Health Physicist Looks Back, 16. The Radiation Protection Group of the Deutches ElectronenSynchrotron DESY in Hamburg, 19631993, 17.Health Physics at NINA, 18. The PrincetonPennsylvania Accelerator, 19. The SPS, LEP and LHC, 20. A History of High Energy Particle Accelerator Protection in Russia, 21. Bates Linear Accelerator Laboratory, 22. A Brief Personal History of Health Physics at TRIUMF, 23. Development of Accelerators in Japan, 24. Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, 25. The Development of Accelerator Radiaological Protection in the People's Republic of China, 26. Personal Reminiscences of Radiation Protection at CEBAF, 1985  1991, 27. Radiation Protection History of the SSC, 28. Development of Accelerator Radiation Protection at the SSC, Epilogue: Commentary and Overview 
ISBN:  1870965310 
Keywords:  Particle Accelerators  Safety measures , Particle Accelerators  History 
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Call number:  QC793.5.P428I57::1994 Show nearby items on shelf 
Title:  Physics of e+ e and gamma gamma Collisions at Linear Accelerators: Proceedings of the INS Workshop, University of Tokyo, December 20  22, 1994 
Conference:  INS Workshop on Physics of e+ e and gamma gamma Collisions at Linear
Accelerators
[C941220.1] 
Author(s): 
Zenro Hioki (ed.) T. Ishii (ed.) R. Najima (ed.) 
Date:  1995 
Publisher:  The Institue, Tanashi, Tokyo, Japan 
Size:  310 pgs. 
Keywords:  Electron  Positron Interactions  Congresses. , Conference Proceedings 
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Reportnumber:  INSJ181 
Call number:  QC793.5.M422C66::1987 Show nearby items on shelf 
Title:  Proceedings of the Conference on Linear Collider BB Factory Conceptual Design, Los Angeles, California, 2630 Jan. 1987 
Conference:  Conference on Linear Collider BB Factory Conceptual Design (1987 : Los
Angeles, Calif.)
[C870126] 
Author(s): 
Donald H. Stork (ed.) 
Date:  1987 
Publisher:  New Jersey : World Scientific 
Size:  450 p 
ISBN:  9789971503567 
Keywords:  Meson factories Congresses. , Linear accelerators Congresses. , Superconducting Super Collider Congresses. 
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Call number:  QC793.45.P45::2003 Show nearby items on shelf 
Title:  IV International symposium on LHC physics & detectors, May 2003 
Author(s): 

Publisher:  Fermilab 
Size:  3 dvd's 
Keywords:  Hadrons , Linear Colliders , Technology Assessment , Particle Accelerators 
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Title:  Particle accelerator physics II: Nonlinear and higherorder beam dynamics 
Author(s): 
Helmut Wiedemann 1938 
Date:  1999 
Edition:  2nd ed. 
Publisher:  Springer: New York 
Size:  472 pgs. 
Contents:  1. Hamiltonian Formulation of Beam Dynamics, 2. General Electromagnetic Fields, 3. Dynamics of Coupled Motion, 4. HigherOrder Perturbations, 5. Hamiltonian Nonlinear Beam Dynamics, 6. Charged Particle Acceleration, 7. Synchrotron Radiation, 8. Hamiltonian ManyParticle Systems, 9. Particle Beam Parameters, 10. Collective Phenomena, 11. Insertion Device Radiation 
ISBN:  3540645047 
Keywords:  Beam dynamics , Linear accelerators 
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Call number:  QC793.3.B4W54::1999 Show nearby items on shelf 
Title:  Particle Accelerator physics I: Basic principles and linear beam dynamics 
Author(s): 
Helmut Wiedemann 1938 
Date:  1999 
Edition:  2nd ed. 
Publisher:  Springer: New York 
Size:  449 pgs. 
Contents:  1. Introduction, 2. Linear Accelerators, 3. Circular Accelerators, 4. Charged Particle in Electromagnetic Fields, 5. Linear Beam Dynamics, 6. Periodic Focusing Systems, 7. Perturbations in Beam Dynamics, 8. Charge Particle Acceleration, 9. Synchrotron Radiation, 10. Particle Beam Parameters, 11. Beam Life Time, 12. Collective Phenomena, 13. Beam Emittance and Lattice Design 
ISBN:  354064671X 
Keywords:  Beam dynamics , Linear Accelerators 
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Title:  Particle accelerator physics: Basic principles and linear beam dynamics 
Author(s): 
Helmut Wiedemann 
Date:  1993 
Edition:  1st ed. 
Publisher:  New York : SpringerVerlag 
Size:  445 p. 
Contents:  v. 1. Basic principles and linear beam dynamics  v. 2. Nonlinear and higherorder beam dynamics. 
ISBN:  0387565507 
Keywords:  Beam dynamics. , Linear accelerators. 
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Title:  Particle Accelerator physics 
Author(s): 
Helmut Wiedemann 1938 
Date:  2007 
Edition:  3rd ed. 
Publisher:  Springer: New Jersey 
Size:  948 pgs. 
Note:  Combines the content of two earlier volums and the volum on Synchrotron Radiation 
Contents:  Part I: Tools We Need  1. Of Fields and Forces, 2. Particle Dynamics in Electromagnetic Fields, 3. Electromagnetic Fields 
Part II: Beam Dynamics  4. Single Particle Dynamics, 5. Particle Beams and Phase Space, 6. Longitudinal Beam Dynamics, 7. Periodic Focusing Systems  
Part III: Beam Parameters  8. Particle Beam Parameters, 9. Vlasov and FokkerPlanck Equations, 10. Equilibrium Particle Distribution, 11. Beam Emittance and Lattice Design  
Part IV: Perturbations  12. Perturbations in Beam Dynamics, 13. Hamiltonian Resonance Theory, 14. Hamiltonian Nonlinear Beam Dynamics  
Part V: Acceleration  15. Charged Particle Acceleration, 16. BeamCavity Interaction  
Part VI: Coupled Motion  17. Dynamics of Coupled Motion  
Part VII: Intense Beams  18. Statistical and Collective Effects, 19. Wake Fields and Instabilities  
Part VIII: Synchrotron Radiation  20. Fundamental Processes, 21. Overview of Synchrotron Radiation, 22. Theory of Synchrotron Radiaiton, 23. Insertion Device Radiation, 24. Free Electron Lasers  
Appendices: A. Useful Mathematical Formulae, B. Physical Formulae and Parameters, C. Transformation Matrices in Beam Dynamcis  
ISBN:  9783540490432 
Keywords:  Beam dynamics , Linear accelerators , Synchrotron radiation 
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Title:  SLAC linear collider : conceptual design report. 
Author(s):  
Date:  1980 
Publisher:  Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, Stanford University, Stanford, Calif 
Size:  188 
Series:  SLAC Report : no. 229 
Keywords:  Linear accelerators. 
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Reportnumber:  SLAC229 
Call number:  QC787.R43R36::1984 Show nearby items on shelf 
Title:  Recirculating electron accelerators 
Author(s): 
Roy Edward Rand 
Date:  1984 
Publisher:  Harwood Academic Publishers: New York 
Size:  236 pgs. 
Contents:  1. The Role of Recirculation in Electron Acceleration, 2. The Conventional Microtron, 3. Linear Accelerators and Recirculation, 4. 4. RaceTrack Microtrons, 5. Some Representative RaceTrack Microtron Projects, 6. Independent Orbit Recirculation, 7. Beam Dynaics I: Phase Stability and Energy, 8. Beam Dynamics II: Transverse Motion, 9. Beam Dynamics III: Beam Breakup, 10. Design Studies for CW Electron Accelerators for Nuclear Physics 
ISBN:  3718601834 
Series:  Accelerators and storage rings: v. 3 
Keywords:  Recirculating electron accelerators. 
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Title:  The Physics of particle accelerators: An introduction 
Author(s): 
Klaus Wille 
Date:  2000 
Publisher:  Oxford University Press: Oxford 
Size:  315 pgs. 
Contents:  1. Introduction, 2. Synchrotron Radiation, 3. Linear Beam Optics, 4. Injection and Extraction, 5. RF Systems for Particle Acceleration, 6. Radiative Effects, 7. Luminosity, 8. Wigglers and Undulators, 9. The Free Electron Laser (FEL), 10. Diagnostics 
Appendices: A. Maxwell's Equations, B. Important Relations in Special Relativity, C. General Equation of an Ellipse in Phase Space  
ISBN:  0198505507 
Keywords:  Particle accelerators. 
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Title:  Contemporary accelerator physics 
Author(s): 
Stephan I. Tzenov 
Date:  2004 
Contents:  1. Hamiltonian Formulation of Single Particle Dynamics 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Hamiltonian Formalism 1.3 Canonical Transformations 1.4 Electric and Magnetic Fields 1.5 SynchroBetatron Formalism in Beam Dynamics 
2. Linear Betatron Motion 2.1 Introduction 2.2 The Transfer Matrix 2.3 Hill's Equation and Floquet's Theorem 2.4 Twiss Parameters and CourantSnyder Invariant 2.5 ActionAngle Variables and Beam Emittance 2.6 Adiabatic Damping of Betatron Oscillations  
3. Nonlinear Resonances of Betatron Oscillations 3.1 Introduction 3.2 General Description and Basic Properties of a Nonlinear Res onance 3.3 The Method of Effective Potential 3.4 Stability Analysis of Third and Fourth Order Resonances 3.5 The Method of Successive Linearization 3.6 Adiabatic Crossing of a Nonlinear Resonance 3.7 Periodic Crossing of a Nonlinear Resonance  
4. Canonical Perturbation Theory 4.1 Introduction 4.2 Classical Perturbation Theory 4.3 Effect of Linear and Nonlinear Perturbations in One Dimension 4.4 Secular Perturbation Theory 4.5 The Method of Formal Series 4.6 Renormalization Transformation for Two Resonances  
5. Special Methods in Accelerator Theory 5.1 Introduction 5.2 Renormalization Group Method 5.3 The Method of Multiple Scales 5.4 Renormalization Group Analysis of Hill's Equation 5.5 Renormalization Group Reduction of Nonlinear Resonances 5.6 Reduction of Nonlinear Resonances Using the Method of Multiple Scales 5.7 Renormalization Group Reduction of Hamilton's Equations of Motion  
6. Transfer Maps 6.1 Introduction 6.2 Nonlinear Transfer Maps of Betatron Motion 6.3 Linear Transfer Maps 6.4 The Henon Map 6.5 Resonance Structure of the Henon Map 6.6 Renormalization Group Reduction of a Generic Transfer Map 6.7 The Standard ChirikovTaylor Map  
7. Statistical Description of Charged Particle Beams 7.1 Introduction 7.2 The Liouville Theorem and the Liouville Equation 7.3 Ensemble of Identical Macroscopic Systems 7.4 The Method of Microscopic Phase Space Density 7.5 The Equation for the Microscopic Phase Space Density with a Small Source 7.6 The Generalized Kinetic Equation 7.7 The BalescuLenard Kinetic Equation 7.8 The Landau Kinetic Equation 7.9 The Approximate Collision Integral and the Generalized Ki netic Equation  
8. Statistical Description of Non Integrable Hamiltonian Systems 8.1 Introduction 8.2 Projection Operator Method 8.3 Renormalization Group Reduction of the Liouville Equation 8.4 Modulational Diffusion 8.5 The Liouville Operator and the FrobeniusPerron Operator  
9. The Vlasov Equation 9.1 Introduction 9.2 The Vlasov Equation for Collisionless Beams 9.3 The Hamiltonian Formalism for Solving the Vlasov Equation 9.4 Propagation of an Intense Beam Through a Periodic Focus ing Lattice 9.5 Propagation of an Intense Beam with a Uniform PhaseSpace Density 9.6 Dynamical Equations for the Beam Envelope and for the Mean Emittance 9.7 Solution of the Equations for the Boundary Curves 9.8 Description of Beam Dynamics in Terms of Lagrangian Vari ables 9.9 Landau Damping  
10. Nonlinear Waves and Turbulence in Intense Beams 10.1 Introduction 10.2 Renormalization Group Reduction of the Hydrodynamic Equations 10.3 The Parametric WaveParticle Resonance 10.4 The Nonlinear Schrodinger Equation for a Single Mode 10.5 Nonlinear Damped Waves in Intense Beams 10.6 Fluctuation Spectrum and Turbulence  
ISBN:  9812389008 
Keywords:  Particle accelerators , Particles (Nuclear physics) , Betatron oscillations , Betatrons , Solitons 
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Call number:  QC787.P3S47::2014 Show nearby items on shelf 
Title:  Engines of discovery: A century of particle accelerators 
Author(s): 
Andrew Marienhoff Sessler Edward J.N. Wilson 
Date:  2014 
Edition:  Rev. and expanded edition 
Publisher:  New Jersey: World Scientific 
Size:  264 p. 
Contents:  Electrostatic accelerators  Cyclotrons  Linear accelerators  Betatrons  Synchrotrons  Colliders  Neutrino super beams, neutrino factories and muon colliders  Detectors  Highenergy and nuclear physics  Sychrotron radiation sources  Isotope production and cancer therapy accelerators  Spallation neutron sources  Accelerators in industry and elsewhere  National security  Energy and the environment  A final wordmainly to the young 
ISBN:  9789814417198 
Keywords:  Particle accelerators. , Particle accelerators Design and construction. 
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Title:  Accelerators 
Author(s): 
William J. Kernan (Iowa State U.)(Ames Lab) 
Date:  1969 
Publisher:  U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, Division of Technical Information: Oak Ridge, Tenn. 
Size:  57 pgs 
Contents:  1. Man's Most Complex Instruments, 2. Early Experiments with Radioactivity: The First Accelerators, 3. Development of the Cyclotron, 4. Beating the Relativistic Limit: Synchrocyclotrons, 5. Acceleration of Electrons, 6. Focusing in Accelerators  The Need and the Method, 7. Linear Accelerators, 8. Fitting Machines to Research Needs, 9. The Future 
Series:  Understanding the Atom 
Keywords:  Particle accelerators 
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Call number:  QC787.P3I58::1989 Show nearby items on shelf 
Title:  Proceedings of the 1st International Workshop on Accelerator Alignment : Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, Stanford University, Stanford, California, July 31  August 2, 1989. 
Conference:  International Workshop on Accelerator Alignment, Stanford University, 1989 
Author(s):  
Date:  1990 
Publisher:  Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, Stanford University, Stanford, Calif 
Size:  310 
Series:  SLAC : 375 
Keywords:  Particle accelerators Congresses. , Conference proceedings , Conferences 
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Title:  Principles of charged particle acceleration 
Author(s): 
Stanley Humphries 
Date:  1986 
Publisher:  John Wiley & Sons: New York 
Size:  573 pgs. 
Contents:  1. Introduction, 2. Particle Dynamics, 3. Electric and Magnetic Forces, 4. SteadyState Electric and Magnetic Fields, 5. Modification of Electric and Magnetic Fields, 5. Modification of Electric and Magnetic Fields by Materials, 6. Electric and Magnetic Field Lenses, 7. Calculation of Particle Orbits in Focusing Fields, 8. Transfer Matrices and Periodic Focusing Systems, 9. Electrostatic Accelerators and Pulsed High Voltage, 10. Linear Induction Accelerators, 11. Betatrons, 12. Resonant Cavities and Waveguides, 13. Phase Dynamics, 14. RadioFrequency Linear Accelerators, 15. Cyclotrons and Synchrotrons 
ISBN:  0471878782 
Keywords:  Particle accelerators. 
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Title:  High gradient accelerating structure: Proceedings of the symposium on the occasion of 70th birthday of Junwen Wang Tsinghua University, China, 19 May 2013 
Author(s): 
Junwen Wang Wei Gai (ed.) 
Publisher:  New Jersey :World Scientific 
ISBN:  9789814602099 
Keywords:  Particle accelerators Congresses. , Electron accelerators Congresses. , Linear accelerators Congresses. 
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Call number:  QC787.P3E38::1993 Show nearby items on shelf 
Title:  An Introduction to the physics of high energy accelerators 
Author(s): 
Donald A. Edwards 1927 M.J. Syphers 
Date:  1993 
Publisher:  John Wiley & Sons: New York 
Size:  292 pgs. 
Contents:  1. Introduction, 2. Acceleration and Phase Stability, 3. Transverse Linear Motion, 4. Resonances and Transverse Nonlinear Motion, 5. Transverse Coupled Motion, 6. Intensity Dependent Effects, 7. Emittance Preservation, 8. Synchrotron Radiation 
ISBN:  0471551635 
Series:  Wiley series in beam physics and accelerator technology 
Keywords:  Particle accelerators. 
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