Gradient-field electron guides for conversion electron studies

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This article describes the general concept of the gradient field solenoid lens. Its properties concerning focusing/defocusing and non-dispersivity are underlined. Such a lens can be coupled with other more classical lenses and is well adapted to the measurement of conversion electron transitions, for radioactive decay or in-beam studies. The product of its energy range × luminosity can be very large. Various configurations are discussed and a specific construction is described. © 1995.

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Paris, P., Liang, C. F., & Legrand, B. (1995). Gradient-field electron guides for conversion electron studies. Nuclear Inst. and Methods in Physics Research, A, 357(2–3), 398–405. https://doi.org/10.1016/0168-9002(94)01538-4

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