A Liquid-Hydrogen Target

  • Yu. M. Aleksandrov
  • A. N. Zinevich
  • E. M. Leikin
Conference paper
Part of the The Lebedev Physics Institute Series book series (LPIS, volume 71)


Liquid-hydrogen targets are frequently used in research work carried out in accelerators. The main requirements laid upon such targets are: economy, represented by a low evaporation rate of the liquid hydrogen, a small thickness of constructional materials in the “in” and “out” paths of the beam and reaction products (ensuring the recording of charged products over a wide range of angles and energies and also a low level of background from the “empty” target), simplicity in manufacture, and convenience and reliability in operation.


Hydrogen Store Metal Target Liquid Hydrogen Outer Casing Irradiate Part 


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Authors and Affiliations

  • Yu. M. Aleksandrov
  • A. N. Zinevich
  • E. M. Leikin

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