Electron Accelerators for Research at the Frontiers of Nuclear Physics

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Electron accelerators for the frontiers of nuclear physics must provide high duty factor (gte 80) for coincidence measurements; few-hundred-MeV through few-GeV energy for work in the nucleonic, hadronic, and confinement regimes; energy resolution of ~ 10<sup>-4</sup>; and high current (gte 100 zA). To fulfill these requirements new machines and upgrades of existing ones are being planned or constructed. Representative microtron-based facilities are the upgrade of MAMI at the University of Mainz (West Germany), the proposed two-stage cascade microtron at the University of Illinois (U.S.A.), and the three-stage Troitsk ``polytron'' (USSR). Representative projects to add pulse stretcher rings to existing linacs ... continued below

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Hartline, Beverly & Grunder, Hermann October 1, 1986.

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Electron accelerators for the frontiers of nuclear physics must provide high duty factor (gte 80) for coincidence measurements; few-hundred-MeV through few-GeV energy for work in the nucleonic, hadronic, and confinement regimes; energy resolution of ~ 10<sup>-4</sup>; and high current (gte 100 zA). To fulfill these requirements new machines and upgrades of existing ones are being planned or constructed. Representative microtron-based facilities are the upgrade of MAMI at the University of Mainz (West Germany), the proposed two-stage cascade microtron at the University of Illinois (U.S.A.), and the three-stage Troitsk ``polytron'' (USSR). Representative projects to add pulse stretcher rings to existing linacs are the upgrades at MIT-Bates (U.S.A.) and at NIKHEF-K (Netherlands). Recent advances in superconducting rf technology, especially in cavity design and fabrication, have made large superconducting cw linacs become feasible. Recirculating superconducting cw linacs are under construc

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  • Talk compiled for Symposium Celebrating 35 Years Of Electron Scattering In Nuclear And Particle Physics, 23-24 Oct 1986, Urbana, Illinois

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Hartline, Beverly & Grunder, Hermann. Electron Accelerators for Research at the Frontiers of Nuclear Physics, article, October 1, 1986; [Newport News, Virginia]. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc929639/: accessed June 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.