Physics of Particles and Nuclei Letters

, Volume 15, Issue 7, pp 839–845 | Cite as

Using Monodisperse Targets to Solve the Problems of Accelerating Equipment

  • A. V. BoukharovEmail author
  • E. V. Vishnevskii
Elements and Systems of the Charged Particles Accelerators


The development of accelerating and laser technologies has made the production of high-energy radiation beams possible. The beam interaction with cryogenic monodisperse targets can help in studying the extreme states of matter; creating compact electron, proton, and heavy ion accelerators; making isotopes and developing new methods in nuclear medicine; and creating new sources of radiation for micro- and nanoelectronics. The results presented in this paper are obtained by studying the problems of the monodisperse target production of cryogenic liquids (hydrogenium, nitrogen, etc.) and metals and their use in the applied tasks set for accelerating equipment.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.National Research University Moscow Power Engineering InstituteMoscowRussia

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