Proton- and -radiation of the Micro-Pinch with the Boron-Containing Target

Authors

  • Anatolii A. Gurin
  • Andrii S. Adamenko
  • Stanislav V. Adamenko
  • Mykola M. Kuzmenko

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14311/1747

Keywords:

micro-pinch, fast ions, proton, boron, target, ?-particles.

Abstract

Using ion pinhole camera and track detectors, the image of hot spot is recorded in a pulsed diode micro-pinch equipped with a solid anode target. The track image is a record of repeated fronts of fast protons with energies up to 1 MeV. Fluctuations in the ion luminosity of hot spot are associated with the wave-like nature of the proton accelerating processes in the dense plasma of target material, which is characterized by a mean energy of 100 keV. The results of the track analysis of a fast ions, detected in the Thomson analyser in experiments with boron-polyethylene targets, are presented. In 5% of the shots, the presence of ?-particles of energy up to 2 MeV in the flux of fast ions is discovered by means of Thomson analyser equipped with track detectors. Estimations of total amount of helium nuclei as products of nuclear reactions p(B11, 2?) result in an output of 108 ÷ 109 per successive shot.

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Author Biographies

Anatolii A. Gurin

Andrii S. Adamenko

Stanislav V. Adamenko

Mykola M. Kuzmenko

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Published

2013-01-02

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