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Tables of Contents for Trapping Highly Charged Ions
Chapter/Section Title
Page #
Page Count
Introduction
ix
 
John Gillaspy
Fundamentals (the traps)
The Physics of Electron Beam Ion Traps
3
78
F.J. Currell
The Berlin Electron Beam Ion
81
22
C. Biedermann
T. Fuchs
G. Fussmann
R. Radtke
The Freiburg Electron Beam Ion Trap/Source Project: FreEBIT
103
4
J.R. Crespo Lopez-Urrutia
B. Bapat
A. Dorn
R. Moshammer
C. D. Schroter
J. Ullrich
Some Physical and Engineering Aspects of High Current EBIS
107
10
A. Pikin
K. Prelec
ECR-based Atomic Collision Physics Research at ORNL MIRF
117
50
F. W. Meyer
Electron Collision Experiments with Cold Ions in Storage Rings
167
28
R. Schuch
Multiply-Charged Ion research Using Penning, Kingdon, and Paul Ion Traps
195
36
D.A. Church
Applications
Atomic Spectroscopy and Traps for Highly Charged Ions---a Historical Perspective
231
26
E. Trabert
Highly Charged Ion Studies at the NIST EBIT
257
22
L.P. Ratliff
J. R. Roberts
The Oxford EBIT
279
2
J. D. Silver
Mass Determinations Utilizing Highly Charged Ions in the Penning Trap SMILETRAP
281
14
C. Carlberg
Potential Sputtering of Insulator Surfaces
295
14
F. Aumayr
P. Varga
HP. Winter
Multicharged Ion Induced Electron Emission from Solid Surfaces
309
24
HP. Winter
F. Aumayr
Electron Capture by Slow Multicharged Ion from Atoms, Molecules, and Surfaces
333
32
R. Hoekstra
R. Morgenstern
Theory
On the Structure and Spectra of Multiply Charged Ions
365
32
I. Martinson
I. Kink
Relativistic Atomic Structure Theory for Highly-Charged Ions
397
14
Y.-K. Kim
Coulomb Explosion by Highly Charged Ions
411
26
E. Parilis
Interactions of Highly Charged Ions with Fullerenes
437
26
U. Thumm
Appendix: Livermore EBIT Bibliography
The Highly Charged Ion Physics Program at the LLNL EBIT Facilities
463
12
D. Schneider
Index
475