Accelerator Physics and Technologies for Linear Colliders
by Frank Zimmermann
Publisher: University of Chicago 2002
Number of pages: 43
These are lecture notes for accelerator physics and technologies for linear colliders at the University of Chicago. From the table of contents: Beam-Delivery Overview; Final Focus; Collisions and Luminosity; Spent Beam; etc.
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