ROLE OF THE SECONDARY ELECTRON EMISSION IN INTERACTION OF INTENSIVE ION BEAMS WITH METAL OR DENSE PLASMA TARGETSReport as inadecuate




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Abstract : A general problem of interaction of intensive neutralized ion beams with isolated metal or dense plasma targets is investigated with the help of Boltzmann equation involving appropriate boundary conditions taking into account emission of secondary electrons provoked by these beams. It is shown in the framework of this kinetic theory that the emission of the secondary electrons and back - scattering of the electrons moving with the ion beams can lead to an appreciable loading of an isolated target. These loading effects can be particularly important for the case of an ICF pellet situated in a reaction chamber filled by a dense gas and irradiated by beams of light ions.





Author: Yu. Sayasov

Source: https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/



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