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Abstract

The performance of a time-of-flight energy analyser, used for the investigation of the slowing down spectrum of the heating beams at the ASDEX tokamak, is described. The time-of-flight analyser has a short flight path (15 cm). Its energy resolution amounts to a few per cent. The analyser was equipped with a preselecting, achromatic magnet system to separate the fast neutrals from thermal plasma particles and light.

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Authors: NOTERMANS G H J FOM-INSTITUUT VOOR PLASMAFYSICA RIJNHUIZEN, NIEUWEGEIN (THE NETHERLANDS), FOM-INSTITUUT VOOR PLASMAFYSICA RIJNHUIZEN, NIEUWEGEIN (THE NETHERLANDS)
Bibliographic Reference: WRITE TO FOM-INSTITUUT VOOR PLASMAFYSICA RIJNHUIZEN, P.O. BOX 7,3430 AA NIEUWEGEIN (THE NETHERLANDS), MENTIONING RIJNHUIZEN-REPORT 84-155, 1984
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