Analysis of the beam intensities from the atomic beam sources (ABS) are reviewed. This analysis shows that the intensity of the beams is saturated in the range of The highest intensity of the polarized hydrogen beam obtained in the RHIC ABS and was found to be Some possible reasons for the atomic beam intensity limitation such as beam formation model, intra beam scattering, background vacuum conditions, presence of the skimmers etc. are discussed. Some additional measurements are suggested to provide more complete understanding of the atomic beam formation and possible beam intensity improvement.
- Atomic and molecular beams
- Polarized particle beams
- Atom scattering
- Atomic and molecular beam sources
- Relativistic heavy ion collisions
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