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= 1.50 m : fm. = 920 m
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Figure 3. Collision optics
Quad # CO Collision Gradients @ 0* = 1.50 m
Q4 137.8122 -137.8122
Q2 -108.0504 108.0504
Q5 96.7136 -96.7136
Q6 -144.0000 144.0000
QT7 33.9576 -39.4609
QT9 -8.4904 8.7652
QTO -7.2144 11.9285
Table 3. Collision gradients.
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