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Development of a 100eV, high-flux ion beam acceleration system

Yoshida, Hajime; Yokoyama, Kenji; Suzuki, Satoshi; Enoeda, Mikio; Akiba, Masato

New beam extraction electrode has been developed for a 100 eV level, high-flux, large irradiation area, and steady-state ion beam source to study about plasma wall interaction in fusion reactors. This electrode has two specific features; one is the structure has sub-millimeter order of spherical multi-aperture triode electrodes and the other is to utilize the plasma sheath for ion acceleration. Obtained ion fluxes ware from 1.5$$times$$1020 H/m$$^{2}$$s to 5.3$$times$$1020 H/m$$^{2}$$s with the energy from 28 eV/H to 102 eV/H. These values are comparable to those of conventional high flux ion source in spite of such an extremely low energy.



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