An Introduction to Ion-Optics

By Professor Georg Berg

 

   

Fridays from 14:00 to 15:30
Nuclear Structure Laboratory Seminar Room

 
1
Sept 30
Lecture 1 // ppt 4.32 MB, pdf 1.75 MB //
2
Oct 7
Lecture 2 // ppt 11.1 MB, pdf 2.08 MB //
3
Oct 14
Lecture 3 // ppt 22.4 MB, pdf 3.42 MB //
4
Dec 2
Lecture 4 // ppt 6.26 MB, pdf 1.07 MB //
5
Dec 9
Lecture 5 // ppt 5.23 MB, pdf 1.93 MB //
 
 

Since the advent of charge particles as probes to study atomic nuclei, ion-optics has played an increasingly important role in Experimental Nuclear Physics research. While the accelerator physicist will often provide the required beam, it is usually crucial for an experiment that the physicist understands and operates - and often designs - the electro-magnetic beam line and analysis instruments for his or her experiment.

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