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Production of Millimicrosecond Pulses by Radio‐Frequency Sweeping of the Ion Beam in the Terminal of an Electrostatic Accelerator
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22.While the recently developed time delay to pulse‐height converters offer the advantage of more rapid and convenient accumulation and presentation of data, it was felt that coincidence rate vs delay cable length would give a more reliable measure of short delays of γ‐ray emission.
23.Initial concern that this radiator might adversely influence machine performance was found to be completely unfounded. It is provided with a low inductance spark gap to the terminal in case a spark occurs between it arid the tank wall.
24.Variations of flight time with terminal voltage could, in principle, provide information for an energy servo system.
25.The formula for b is equivalent to (A1) above for
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