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Title: A compact radio frequency quadrupole for ion bunching in the WITCH experiment
Authors: Traykov, E ×
Beck, M
Breitenfeldt, Martin
Delahaye, P
De Leebeeck, Véronique
Friedag, P
Herlert, A
Geeraert, N
Heirman, W
Lonne, P. -I
Mader, J
Roccia, S
Soti, Gergelj
Tandecki, Michaël
Timmermans, Matias
Thiboud, J
Van Gorp, Simon
Wauters, Frederik
Weinheimer, C
Zakoucky, D
Severijns, Nathal #
Issue Date: Aug-2011
Publisher: Elsevier BV
Series Title: Nuclear Instruments & Methods in Physics Research A vol:648 issue:1 pages:1-14
Abstract: During the last several years the WITCH (Weak Interaction Trap for CHarged particles) experimental setup at ISOLDE has undergone various upgrades aiming at improvement of general performance. An essential innovation, a compact Radio Frequency Quadrupole (RFQ) ion cooler and buncher device, was designed and successfully commissioned as a part of the off-line tuning system of WITCH. The RFQ is coupled to the existing surface ionization ion source providing high intensity ion bunches (up to 10(7) ions per bunch) towards the pulsed drift tube and the Penning traps of WITCH. This achievement allows for loading and tuning of the Penning traps in the domain of space charge limits and grants off-line operation independently of the REX-ISOLDE ion source. The current upgrade allows for a more thorough and frequent testing with bunched stable ion beams of high intensities, which will be used for studying various systematic effects involved in experiments with radioactive ions.
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ISSN: 0168-9002
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IT
Appears in Collections:Nuclear and Radiation Physics Section
Solid State Physics and Magnetism Section
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