- Conference date: 23−27 May 1993
- Location: Madison, Wisconsin (USA)
Recent results from a laser‐driven source of polarized hydrogen (H) and deuterium (D) are presented. The performance of the source is described as a function of atomic flow rate and magnetic field. The data suggest that because atomic densities in the source are high, the system can approach spin‐temperature equilibrium although applied magnetic fields are much larger than the critical field of the atoms. We also observe the potassium contamination in the source emittance can be reduced to a negligible amount using a teflon‐lined transport tube.
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