- Conference date: 18-22 Aug 1997
- Location: Urbana, IL (USA)
A laser driven source of polarized hydrogen and deuterium has been installed in the Cooler Ring at the Indiana University Cyclotron Facility. Polarized nuclei from the source are injected into a storage tube, and the resulting target has been used in a scattering experiment with 200 MeV proton beam. This paper discusses the performance of the source, including measurements of atomic fraction and electron polarization.
- Atomic and molecular beam sources
- Electron scattering
- Polarization scattering
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