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An inductive, non-intercepting beam charge monitor which measures the charge in single long-duration bunches of accelerated electrons over the range 10** minus **7-10** minus **5 C is described. The range of electron pulse widths covered by the monitor is extended to 10 ms or more by using an active reactance-multiplying circuit arrangement. The charge response is essentially linear and independent of pulse width. The device is used for beam alignment and for monitoring of pulse dose delivered to a target cell during single-shot rapid-mixing experiments.


Journal article


Radiation Physics and Chemistry

Publication Date





409 - 413