Milestones in EBIT Spectroscopy and Why it Almost Didn't Work

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The EBIT spectroscopy that now seems routine would not be possible without considerable good luck in several areas of EBIT technology. Among these are x-ray background, ion cooling, neutral gas density, and electron current density and energy control. A favourable outcome in these areas has enabled clean x-ray spectra, sufficient intensity for high resolution spectroscopy, production of very high charge states, and a remarkable variety of spectroscopic measurements. During construction of the first EBIT 20 years ago, it was not clear that any of this was possible.

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Marrs, R E July 17, 2007.

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The EBIT spectroscopy that now seems routine would not be possible without considerable good luck in several areas of EBIT technology. Among these are x-ray background, ion cooling, neutral gas density, and electron current density and energy control. A favourable outcome in these areas has enabled clean x-ray spectra, sufficient intensity for high resolution spectroscopy, production of very high charge states, and a remarkable variety of spectroscopic measurements. During construction of the first EBIT 20 years ago, it was not clear that any of this was possible.

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  • Journal Name: Canadian Journal of Physics, vol. 86, na, December 31, 2007, pp. 11; Journal Volume: 86

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Marrs, R E. Milestones in EBIT Spectroscopy and Why it Almost Didn't Work, article, July 17, 2007; Livermore, California. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc894469/: accessed August 21, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.