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Optics of charged particles

Hermann Wollnik

Optics of charged particles

by Hermann Wollnik

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Published by Academic Press in Orlando .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Electron optics.,
  • Electromagnetic lenses.,
  • Particle beams.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and index.

    StatementHermann Wollnik.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC793.5.E622 W64 1987
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 293 p. :
    Number of Pages293
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2720597M
    ISBN 10012762130X
    LC Control Number86014033

    Optics of Charged Particles by Wollnik, Hermann. Academic Press, *Price HAS BEEN REDUCED by 10% until Monday, June 22 sale item* pp., . Handbook of Charged Particle Optics book. Handbook of Charged Particle Optics. DOI link for Handbook of Charged Particle Optics. Handbook of Charged Particle Optics book. Edited By Jon Orloff. The space charge effect stands for the deflection by the total, averaged charge of all other particles in the beam. This chapter describes the.

    Main Charged Particle Optics Theory. Charged Particle Optics Theory Groves, Timothy R. Year: Publisher: CRC Press. Language: english. Pages: ISBN ISBN ISBN: X. You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the. Charged Particle Optics Theory: An Introduction identifies the most important concepts of charged particle optics theory, and derives each mathematically from the first principles of ng an advanced undergraduate-level understanding of calculus, this book follows a logical progression, with each concept building upon the preceding : Tapa dura.

    Applied Charged Particle Optics begins by introducing electrostatic lenses and fields used for acceleration, focussing and deflection of ions or electrons. Subsequent chapters give detailed descriptions of electrostatic deflection elements, uniform and non-uniform magnetic sector fields, image aberrations, and, finally, fringe field confinement. The diffusiophoresis in a suspension of charged soft particles in electrolyte solution is analyzed. Each soft particle is composed of a hard core of radius r0 and surface charge density σ and an adsorbed fluid-penetrable porous shell of thickness α−r0 and fixed charge density Q. The effect of particle interactions is considered by using a unit cell model.


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Optics of Charged Particles describes how charged particles move in the main and fringing fields of magnetic or electrostatic dipoles, quadrupoles, and hexapoles using the same type of formulation and consistent nomenclature throughout. This book not only describes the particle trajectories and beam shapes, but also provides guidelines for.

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This reference monograph covers all theoretical aspects of modern geometrical charged-particle optics. It is intended as a guide for researchers, who are involved in the design of electron optical instruments and beam-guiding systems for charged particles, and as a tutorial for graduate students seeking a comprehensive treatment.

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Charged Particle Optics Theory: An Introduction identifies the most important concepts of charged particle optics theory, and derives each mathematically from the first principles of ng an advanced undergraduate-level understanding of calculus, this book follows a logical progression, with each concept building upon the preceding one.

Charged Particle Optics Theory: An Introduction identifies the most important concepts of charged particle optics theory, and derives each mathematically from the first principles of physics.

Assuming an advanced undergraduate-level understanding of calculus, this book follows a logical progression, with each concept building upon the preceding. The beam current is simply the flow I in terms of number of particles N in a particle beam per second.

It is conveniently expressed in differential form the particles are charged, the beam current corresponds to an electrical current I and is often specified as such.

For example, for protons, an electrical current of I = 1 nA corresponds to a flow e protons s −1. Optics of Charged Particles describes how charged particles move in the main and fringing fields of magnetic or electrostatic dipoles, quadrupoles, and hexapoles using the same type of formulation and consistent nomenclature throughout.

This book not only describes the particle trajectories and beam shapes, but also provides guidelines for designing particle optical instruments. The. Authored by a pioneer of the field, this overview of charged particle optics provides a solid introduction to the field for all physicists wishing to design their own apparatus or better understand the instruments with which they work.

Applied Charged Particle Optics begins by introducing electrostatic lenses and fields used for acceleration, focussing and deflection of ions or electrons.

As it is well known from geometrical optics, the lenses have a focusing action that maximizes the transmission. In the context of charged particles, the lenses are made of electrostatics or. Classical Charged Particle Beam Optics used in the design and operation of all present-day charged particle beam devices, from low energy electron microscopes to high energy particle accelerators, is entirely based on classical mechanics.

A question of curiosity is: How is classical charged particle beam optics so successful in practice though the particles of the beam, like electrons, are. In figure we have reported specific examples regarding charged particles (with different charges and masses) moving under the influence of electric fields of different intensities.

The integration of the equations of motion (obtained with not necessarily vanishing initial conditions) can be exploited to understand how and when the particle. To understand the remarkable effectiveness of classical mechanics in charged particle beam optics, we explore in this book the quantum mechanics of charged particle beam optics.

This second edition is an extended version of the first edition of Geometrical Charged-Particle Optics. The updated reference monograph is intended as a guide for researchers and graduate students who are seeking a comprehensive treatment of the design of instruments and beam-guiding systems of charged particles and their propagation in electromagnetic fields.

Classical Charged Particle Beam Optics used in the design and operation of all present-day charged particle beam devices, from low energy electron microscopes to high energy particle accelerators, is entirely based on classical mechanics. The way a beam of charged particles is focused depends on how the beam is generated, so the article begin with a discussion of electron sources.

This is followed by a description of the way lenses that consist of electrical or magnetic fields can be made that will focus charged particles.

The book covers all theoretical aspects of modern geometrical charged particle optics. It is intended as a textbook for graduate student and as a guide for researchers, who are involved in the design of electron optical instruments and beam-guiding systems for charged particles.

In QED, a charged particle is surrounded by a cloud of virtual photons, which are constantly flickering in to and out of existence.

When two charged particles approach each other, some of these virtual photons are exchanged between the particles, which is what gives the repulsive or attractive force of between the particles.

The possibility that charged nanoparticles (CNPs) are generated in the gas phase during direct current (DC) magnetron sputtering of Ag is studied. Sputtered Ag particles could be captured on an ultrathin amorphous carbon membrane for transmission electron microscopy (TEM) observation.

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