Abstract

The technique of static beam deflection in beam foil spectroscopy is discussed. This technique allows the determination of the parent ionization stage of the emitting ions. A comparison between electric and magnetic field deflection is made. Electric deflection experiments carried out to date are reviewed.

© 1968 Optical Society of America

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