Ultracold electron and ion beams

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Abstract

Extracting electrons and ions from an ultracold plasma provides an entirely new way of generating charged-particle beams, which has the potential for advancing the state-of-the-art in beam brightness by orders of magnitude. This may have far-ranging implications for applications as diverse as time-resolved sub-picosecond electron microscopy, x-ray free electron lasers, and nanometer ion beam milling. In this talk I will dwell on a few of the exciting prospects for both science and industry and I will present experimental results of the first ultracold electron and ion beams, which were recently obtained at Eindhoven University.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2006
Eventconference; WZI-Colloquium, Universiteit van Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 26 September 2006; 2006-09-06; 2006-09-06 -
Duration: 6 Sep 20066 Sep 2006

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Conferenceconference; WZI-Colloquium, Universiteit van Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 26 September 2006; 2006-09-06; 2006-09-06
Period6/09/066/09/06
OtherWZI-Colloquium, Universiteit van Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 26 September 2006

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Luiten, O. J. (2006). Ultracold electron and ion beams. conference; WZI-Colloquium, Universiteit van Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 26 September 2006; 2006-09-06; 2006-09-06, .
Luiten, O.J. / Ultracold electron and ion beams. conference; WZI-Colloquium, Universiteit van Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 26 September 2006; 2006-09-06; 2006-09-06, .
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