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Status of ECR ion sources for the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams (FRIB) (invited).

  • Author(s): Machicoane, Guillaume;
  • Felice, Helene;
  • Fogleman, Jesse;
  • Hafalia, Ray;
  • Morgan, Glenn;
  • Pan, Heng;
  • Prestemon, Soren;
  • Pozdeyev, Eduard;
  • Rao, Xing;
  • Ren, Haitao;
  • Tobos, Larry
  • et al.

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Ahead of the commissioning schedule, installation of the first Electron Cyclotron Resonance (ECR) ion source in the front end area of the Facility for Rare Isotope Beam (FRIB) is planned for the end of 2015. Operating at 14 GHz, this first ECR will be used for the commissioning and initial operation of the facility. In parallel, a superconducting magnet structure compatible with operation at 28 GHz for a new ECR ion source is in development at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. The paper reviews the overall work in progress and development done with ECR ion sources for FRIB.

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