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TitleA Brief History in Time of Ion Traps and their Achievements in Science
Author(s)Holzscheiter, M. H.
Publication DateJanuary 1994
Report NumberLA-UR--94-3676
Unique IdentifierACC0019
Other NumbersCONF-9408184--1; Legacy ID: DE95002815; OSTI ID: 10194222
Research OrgLos Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM (United States)
Contract NoW-7405-ENG-36
Sponsoring OrgDOE Assistant Secretary for Defense Programs (DP)
Other InformationConference: Trapped charged particles and fundamental physics,Lyseuil (Sweden), 12-22 Aug 1994
KeywordsTraps/Historical Aspects; Traps; Magnetic Moments; Electrons; Radioisotopes; Antiprotons; Uses
AbstractA short history of the development of the ion storage technique for precision experiments is given. This is by no means meant to be a complete review of the field, but the intend is to use a few specific examples to describe how the persistence, ingenuity, and experimental skill of a few people has generated the core of a field which is now growing at an ever faster pace, spreading into new areas, developing sub fields, and allowing a view at nature, using very modest experimental equipment, which by far rivals even the most ambitious dreams of high energy physics.
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