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Nuclear Science and Techniques ›› 2005, Vol. 16 ›› Issue (6): 335

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The present status of the Shanghai electron beam ion trap

GUO Pan-Lin3, HU Wei1,2, GONG Pei-Rong3, LU Di1,2, HE Mian-Hong1,2, WU Shimin1,2, YAO Ke1,2, HUANG Min1,2, ZHANG Xue-Mei1,2, WANG Xin-Cheng1,2, ZHU Xi-Kai3, JIANG Di-Kui3, HUTTON R1,4, ZOU Ya-Ming1,2   

  1. 1 The Key Lab of Applied Ion Beam Physics, Educational Ministry, China;
    2 The EBIT Lab, Modern Physics Institute, Fudan University, Shanghai 200433, China;
    3 Shanghai Institute of Applied Physics, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shanghai 201800, China;
    4 Astronomy Institute, Lund University, Sweden
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GUO Pan-Lin, HU Wei, GONG Pei-Rong, LU Di, HE Mian-Hong, WU Shimin, YAO Ke, HUANG Min, ZHANG Xue-Mei, WANG Xin-Cheng, ZHU Xi-Kai, JIANG Di-Kui, HUTTON R, ZOU Ya-Ming. The present status of the Shanghai electron beam ion trap.Nuclear Science and Techniques, 2005, 16(6): 335

Abstract: In this report, an introduction to the structure of Shanghai EBIT, a brief description of the status of Shanghai EBIT project, and a short discussion of the first results of Shanghai EBIT are presented.

Key words: Electron beam ion trap, Electron collector, Ultra-high vacuum, Superconducting magnets