Summary of Polarized e-/e+ Source Presentations

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The development of polarized electron sources in the 1970s capable of generating beams for injection into electron accelerators has been a major enabling factor for spin physics with electrons during the past quarter century. These sources continue to be refined for higher polarization and better operability. Recent developments were presented at this workshop in both plenary sessions and in 2 separate parallel sessions. The ILC plans to utilize not only a polarized electron source but also a polarized positron source. The current state of two types of positron sources were presented. This paper is a brief summary of all of ... continued below

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Clendenin, J. E. November 28, 2007.

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The development of polarized electron sources in the 1970s capable of generating beams for injection into electron accelerators has been a major enabling factor for spin physics with electrons during the past quarter century. These sources continue to be refined for higher polarization and better operability. Recent developments were presented at this workshop in both plenary sessions and in 2 separate parallel sessions. The ILC plans to utilize not only a polarized electron source but also a polarized positron source. The current state of two types of positron sources were presented. This paper is a brief summary of all of these presentations.

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  • Invited talk at 12th International Workshop on Polarized Sources and Targets (PST 2007), Upton, New York, 10-14 Sep 2007

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Clendenin, J. E. Summary of Polarized e-/e+ Source Presentations, article, November 28, 2007; [Menlo Park, California]. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc897502/: accessed June 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.