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10th International Symposium on the
Production and Neutralization of Negative Ions and Beams

September 14-17, 2004.


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The 10-th International Symposium on Production and Neutralization of Negative Ions and Beams was held in Kiev (Ukraine), on September 13-17, 2004. Sequence of those symposia was initiated by Brookhaven National Laboratory (USA) in 1977. Initial seven meetings were held in Brookhaven with an interval of three years between them. The eighth meeting was arranged in Villagium of Giens (France) in 1997, and the ninth one - in CEA Saclay, close to Paris (France) in 2002.

The decision about arrangement of the 10-th Symposium in Kiev was made at previous Conference on Ion Sources (ICIS03) in 2003. In the Former Soviet Union Kiev was a traditional place of holding annual workshops on physics and techniques of ion sources and ion beams. Outstanding quantity of specialists from Russia and Ukraine were able to attend the 10-th Symposium. 34 reports on researches in areas of knowledge traditional for this symposium (fundamental processes; hydrogen and deuterium negative ion sources; extraction, acceleration, transportation and neutralization of ions; the applications) have been presented. Researches in those areas were stimulated mainly by the two problems: 1) plasma heating in thermonuclear setups by means powerful beams of neutral particles, and 2) creation of spallation source based on high-power accelerators. Solution of the first problem requires high-current beams with current value up to 20 A which can be formed only from large plasma surface by means of multi-aperture extracting systems; and for solving of the second problem bright beams with current value up to 60 mA are required. We hope that the 10-th Symposium has made essential contribution to solving of two those problems.

We are grateful to all organizations and persons assisting us in arrangement of this Symposium - National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and Los Alamos National Laboratory (USA) that were sponsors of the Symposium; Local Organizing Committee which arranged appropriate conditions for work of the Symposium; International Organizing Committee which formed interesting program of the Symposium; Mr. Joseph Sherman and Mr. Yuri Belchenko who agreed to edit Proceedings of the Symposium; and, finally, all participants for their active work on presentation and consideration of the reports.

We hope that the next Symposium will be arranged by Los Alamos National Laboratory in one of cities of New Mexico (USA).

Igor Soloshenko
Institute of Physics of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine,
Kiev, Ukraine



Development of the Long Pulse Negative Ion Source for ITER
R.Hemsworth, D.Boilson, U.Fanz, L.Svensson, H. de Esch, A.Krylov, P.Massmann, and B.Zaniol
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Status of Negative-Ion-Based Neutral Beam Injectors in LHD
O.Kaneko, Y.Takeiri, Y.Oka, K.Tsumori, M.Osakabe, K.Ikeda, K.Nagaoka, T.Kawamoto, T.Kondo, and M.Sato
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Experimental Results with the New ITER-like 1 MV SINGAP Accelerator
L.Svensson, D.Boilson, H. de Esch, R.Hemsworth, and P.Massmann
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Correction of Beam Distortion in Negative Hydrogen Ion Source with Multi-Slot Grounded Grid

Plasma Injection from Several Cesiated-Hollow Cathodes into the Large H- Ion Source
Y.Oka, Yu.Belchenko, V.Davydenko, K.Ikeda, O.Kaneko, K.Nagaoka, M.Osakabe, Y.Takeiri, K.Tsumori, E.Asano, T.Kawamoto, T.Kondo, and M.Sato
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Isotope Effect of H-/D- Volume Production in Low-Pressure H2/D2 Plasmas - Negative Ion Densities Versus Plasma Parameters
O.Fukumasa and S.Mori
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Twenty Five Years of Vibrational Kinetics and Negative Ion Production in H2 Plasmas: Modelling Aspects
M.Capitelli, O.De Pascale, P.Diomede, A.Gicquel, C.Gorse, K.Hassouni, S.Longo, and D.Pagano
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Progress in Elementary Processes for Negative Ion Source Modeling
M.Capitelli, M.Cacciatore, R.Celiberto, F.Esposito, A.Laricchiuta, and M.Rutigliano
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Effects of a Weak Transverse Magnetic Field and a Spatial Potential on Negative Ion Transport in Negative Ion Sources
T.Sakurabayashi, A.Hatayama, and M.Bacal
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2D PIC-MCC Code for Electron-Hydrogen Gas Interaction Study in H- Ion Sources
K.Benmeziane, R.Ferdinand, R.Gobin, and G.Gousset
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Relevance of Volume and Surface Plasma Generation of Negative Ions in Gas Discharges
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Volume Production of High Negative Hydrogen Ion Density in Low-Voltage Cesium-Hydrogen Discharge
F.Baksht, V.Ivanov, S.Shkolnik, and M.Bacal
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Emittance Analysis and Ghost Signal Busting in Allison Emittance Scanners
M.Stockli, M.Leitner, D.Moehs, R.Keller, and R.Welton

Extraction Probability of Negative Ions from Hydrogen Ion Sources - Effect of Filter Magnetic Field and Gas Pressure
O.Fukumasa, and R.Nishida
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Acceleration of 100 A/m2 Negative Hydrogen Ion Beams in a 1 MeV Vacuum Insulated Beam Source
M.Taniguchi, T.Inoue, M.Kashiwagi , M.Hanada , K.Watanabe, K.Seki, and K.Sakamoto
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Space Charge Lens for Focusing of Negative Ion Beams
I.Soloshenko, V.Goretsky, and A.Zavalov
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Sub Microsecond Notching of a Negative Hydrogen Beam at Low Energy Utilizing a Magnetron Ion Source with a Split Extractor
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Mathematical Formulation and Numerical Modelling of the Extraction of H- Ions
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ECR-driven Multicusp Volume H- Ion Source
M.Bacal, A.A.Ivanov Jr., C.Rouille, S.Bechu, and J.Pelletier
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Peculiarities of Compact Surface-Plasma Sources Operation (Practical Aspects)
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Finding the Optimum Frequency and the H- Distribution in the HERA RF-Volume Ion Source
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H- Source with Volumetric - Plasma Formation of Ions
Yu.Kursanov, P.Litvinov, and V.Baturin
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Flash Chamber of a Quasi-Continuous Volume Source of Negative Ions
P.Litvinov, and V.Baturin
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Advances in the Ion Source Research and Development Program at ISIS
D.Faircloth, J.W.G.Thomason, R.Sidlow, M.Whitehead, and C.Thomas
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Physical Insights and Test Stand Results for the LANSCE H- Surface Converter Source
J.Sherman, E.Chacon-Golcher, E.Geros, E.Jacobson, P.Lara, B.Meyer, P.Naffziger, G.Rouleau, S.Schaller, R.Stevens, Jr., and T.Zaugg
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H- Source Developments at CERN
C.Hill, D.Kuechler, R.Scrivens, and T.Steiner
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Source of Negative Hydrogen Ions with Hot Cathode
G.Kuznetsov, and M.Batazova
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Polarized Negative Light Ions at the Cooler Synchrotron COSY/Juelich
R.Gebel, O.Felden, and P. von Rossen
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Status of the Negative Hydrogen Ion Test Stand at CEA Saclay
R.Gobin, K.Benmeziane, O.Delferriere, R.Ferdinand, A.Girard, and F.Harrault
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Recent Advances in the Performance and Understanding of the SNS Ion Source
R.Welton, M.Stockli, S.Murray, and R.Keller
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Neutralization of H- Ions on the Plasma Target
V.Baturin, and P.Litvinov
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Energy Spectrum of Atoms Stripped from Negative Ions in a Multi-Stage Negative Ion Accelerator


Study of Direct Current Negative Ion Source for the Medicine Accelerator
Yu.Belchenko, I.Ivanov, and I.Piunov
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Stripping Target of 2.5 MeV 10 mA Tandem Accelerator
V.Davydenko, A.Dranichnikov, A.Ivanov, G.Krainov, A.Krivenko, and V.Shirokov
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