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High Temperature Material Processes: An International Quarterly of High-Technology Plasma Processes
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ISSN Print: 1093-3611
ISSN Online: 1940-4360

High Temperature Material Processes: An International Quarterly of High-Technology Plasma Processes

DOI: 10.1615/HighTempMatProc.2020033966
pages 147-156

MULTIBIT STRUCTURE FOR THE FORMATION OF COMBINED OR ALTERNATING ELECTRON-ION BEAMS

D. Antonovich
Polotsk State University, 29 Blokhin Str., Novopolotsk, 211440, Belarus; Vitebsk State University named after P.M. Masherov, 33 Moskovskiy Ave., Vitebsk, 210038, Belarus
V. Gruzdev
Polotsk State University, 29 Blokhin Str., Novopolotsk, 211440, Belarus
V. Zalesski
Physical-Technical Institute, National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, 10 Academician Kuprevich Str., Minsk, 220141, Belarus
Pavel Soldatenko
Polotsk State University, 29 Blokhin Str., Novopolotsk, 211440, Belarus

ABSTRACT

Currently, sources of ion and electron beams make it possible to implement a wide range of effective technologies for processing materials and surface modifications. In some cases, a significant increase in the effectiveness of such technologies is achieved with simultaneous exposure to electron and ion beams through the use of two types of separate (electron and ion) sources. At the same time, experience in the development and use of plasma sources of charged particles shows the possibility of creating a combined electron-ion flow in one direction and in a single discharge system. In this work, we propose an experimental electrode structure of a plasma electron-ion source for the formation of a combined electron-ion or separate electron and ion beams. A number of its characteristics and the prospects for further development of an electron-ion source for industrial use on its basis are shown.

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