CURRICULUM VITAE

BAARTMAN, Richard A.
Degrees
     
Simon Fraser University 1975 B.Sc.
Simon Fraser University 1981 M.Sc.

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 1980-1988  Staff Scientist, TRIUMF
 1988-1995  Research Scientist, TRIUMF
 1995-present  Senior Scientist, TRIUMF
 2005-present  Head, Accelerator Physics group, TRIUMF

Awards, Committees, Service to the community
 1975  Governor General's Gold Medal (SFU) 
 1996  visiting scientist at KEK (Japan Society for the Promotion of Science fellowship)
 1997-2004  Member, DOE review committee for SNS construction project (Oak Ridge)
 2002-2005  Member, DOE review committee for Fermilab's Run 2 progress
 2004  Member, EBIT review at Brookhaven National Lab
 2006-2008  Member, Editorial Board, Physical Review Special Topics - Accelerators and Beams
Highly Qualified Personnel Supervised                            Publications
     
Undergraduate students:5
M. Sc students: 0
Ph. D. students: 1
                                                    
Refereed Journal Publications: 29
Invited Conference Talks: 5
Seminars & Colloquia:5
Conference Publications: 67
Most Significant Research Contributions.
[1] A spiral inlector is an optical element used in injecting a particle beam into a cyclotron. We found the canonical momenta in the magnetic field of the cyclotron, and used the standard optics technique of expanding about the (spirally-rotating) reference trajectory. We thus derived the Hamiltonian for linear motion. This advance allowed for quicker calculations plus the incorporation of space charge.
[2] With Ph. D. student, developed a new technique and understanding of finding stability threshold of synchrotron bunches, due to mode coupling of longitudinal eigenmodes.
[3] Up to this time, most efforts to try to understand space charge effects in synchrotrons were based upon the frequencies of motion of the individual particles. This work demonstrated that this is an incorrect picture; the collective modes of oscillation are key and the details of the motion of the individual particles in the beam core are not relevant.
[4] For all the main types of charged particle optics elements, canonical transformations were found that eliminate the lowest order derivatives of the strength function. The benefit is that forces do not become singular in the hard-edge limit, so simple formulas can be derived for the lowest order aberrations, and aberration-free beamlines can be designed without resorting to tedious high order transfer maps.
[5] I designed the beam optics to inject into the b-NMR facility at TRIUMF. Special features that complicate the design are: (1) Deceleration electric field to slow the 8Li ions down from 30 keV to 300 eV, and (2) axial magnetic field up to 9 T. These result in resp. radial electric and magnetic fields that strongly perturb the ion beam.

References

[1]
R. Baartman and W. Kleeven. A Canonical Treatment of the Spiral Inflector for Cyclotrons. Particle Accelerators, 41:41-53, 1993.
[2]
M. Dyachkov and R. Baartman. Longitudinal Single Bunch Stability. Particle Accelerators, 50:105-116, 1995.
[3]
R. Baartman. Betatron resonances with space charge. AIP Conference Proceedings, 448:56, 1998.
[4]
R. Baartman. End Effects of Beam Transport Elements. Talk at Snowmass, 2001.
[5]
RF Kiefl, WA MacFarlane, GD Morris, P. Amaudruz, D. Arseneau, H. Azumi, R. Baartman, TR Beals, J. Behr, C. Bommas, et al. Low-energy spin-polarized radioactive beams as a nano-scale probe of matter. Physica B: Physics of Condensed Matter, 326(1-4):189-195, 2003.
[6]
K. Jayamanna, F. Ames, G. Cojocaru, R. Baartman, P. Bricault, R. Dube, R. Laxdal, M. Marchetto, M. MacDonald, P. Schmor, et al. Off-line ion source terminal for ISAC at TRIUMF. Review of Scientific Instruments, 79:02C711, 2008.
[7]
F. Ames, R. Baartman, P. Bricault, K. Jayamanna, M. McDonald, P. Schmor, T. Spanjers, DHL Yuan, and T. Lamy. The ECRIS charge state breeding project at TRIUMF. Review of Scientific Instruments, 79:02A902, 2008.
[8]
J. Dilling, R. Baartman, P. Bricault, M. Brodeur, L. Blomeley, F. Buchinger, J. Crawford, JR Crespo López-Urrutia, P. Delheij, M. Froese, et al. Mass measurements on highly charged radioactive ions, a new approach to high precision with TITAN. International Journal of Mass Spectrometry, 251(2-3):198-203, 2006.
[9]
F. Ames, R. Baartman, P. Bricault, K. Jayamanna, M. McDonald, M. Olivo, P. Schmor, DHL Yuan, and T. Lamy. Charge state breeding of radioactive ions with an electron cyclotron resonance ion source at TRIUMF. Review of Scientific Instruments, 77:03B103, 2006.
[10]
K. Jayamanna, D. Yuan, F. Ames, P. Bricault, R. Baartman, V. Hanemaayer, C. Laforge, A. Mitra, M. McDonald, J. McKinnon, et al. Efficiency and transit time studies performed with the electron cyclotron resonance ion source dedicated to the radioactive ion beam production at ISAC/TRIUMF. Review of Scientific Instruments, 77:03A709, 2006.
[11]
S. R. Koscielniak and R. Baartman. Analysis of rapid betatron resonance crossing. Prepared for Particle Accelerator Conference (PAC 05), Knoxville, Tennessee, 16-20 May 2005.
[12]
R. Baartman and S. Martin. Summary of session H: FFAGs and cyclotrons. AIP Conf. Proc., 773:461-462, 2005.
[13]
K. Jayamanna, D. Yuan, M. Olivo, R. Baartman, G. Dutto, M. McDonald, A. Mitra, P. Schmor, and G. Stanford. Commissioning the TRIUMF/ISAC electron cyclotron resonance ion source for radioactive ion beams. Review of Scientific Instruments, 75:1621, 2004.
[14]
WA MacFarlane, GD Morris, TR Beals, KH Chow, RA Baartman, S. Daviel, SR Dunsiger, A. Hatakeyama, SR Kreitzman, CDP Levy, et al. 8Li b-NMR in thin metal films. Physica B: Physics of Condensed Matter, 326(1-4):213-216, 2003.
[15]
WA MacFarlane, GD Morris, KH Chow, RA Baartman, S. Daviel, SR Dunsiger, A. Hatakeyama, SR Kreitzman, CDP Levy, RI Miller, et al. Quadrupolar split 8Li b-NMR in SrTiO3. Physica B: Physics of Condensed Matter, 326(1-4):209-212, 2003.
[16]
CDP Levy, A. Hatakeyama, Y. Hirayama, RF Kiefl, R. Baartman, JA Behr, H. Izumi, D. Melconian, GD Morris, R. Nussbaumer, et al. Polarized radioactive beam at ISAC. Nuclear Inst. and Methods in Physics Research, B, 204:689-693, 2003.
[17]
KH Chow, Z. Salman, RF Kiefl, WA MacFarlane, CDP Levy, P. Amaudruz, R. Baartman, J. Chakhalian, S. Daviel, Y. Hirayama, et al. The new b-NMR facility at TRIUMF and applications in semiconductors. Physica B: Physics of Condensed Matter, 340:1151-1154, 2003.
[18]
TR Beals, RF Kiefl, WA MacFarlane, KM Nichol, GD Morris, CDP Levy, SR Kreitzman, R. Poutissou, S. Daviel, RA Baartman, et al. Range straggling of low energy 8Li+ in thin metallic films using b-NMR. Physica B: Physics of Condensed Matter, 326(1-4):205-208, 2003.
[19]
R. Baartman. Low energy beam transport design optimization for RIBs. Nuclear Inst. and Methods in Physics Research, B, 204:392-399, 2003.
[20]
G. Dutto et al. The TRIUMF 500 MeV Cyclotron: Present Operation and Intensity Upgrade. Particle Accelerator Conference (PAC 03) 12-16 May 2003, Portland, Oregon.
[21]
Richard Abram Baartman and Y. N. Rao. Investigation of Space Charge Effect in TRIUMF Injection Beamline. Particle Accelerator Conference (PAC 03) 12-16 May 2003, Portland, Oregon.
[22]
R. Baartman. Isochronous and scaling FFAGs. AIP Conf. Proc., 642:200-203, 2003.
[23]
P. Schmelzbach, Y. Mori, G. Dutto, and R. Baartman. Summary report. AIP Conf. Proc., 642:195-196, 2003.
[24]
T. Kuo, R. Baartman, G. Dutto, S. Hahto, J. Ärje, and E. Liukkonen. A high intensity dc H source for low energy injection. Review of Scientific Instruments, 73:986, 2002.
[25]
CDP Levy, R. Baartman, K. Jayamanna, R. Kiefl, T. Kuo, M. Olivo, GW Wight, D. Yuan, and AN Zelenski. A polarized beams project at ISAC. Nuclear Physics A, 701(1):253-258, 2002.
[26]
R.E. Laxdal, R.A. Baartman, P. Bricault, G. Dutto, R. Poirier, P. Schmor, and G. Stanford. RNB post-accelerator for ISAC at TRIUMF—present and future. Nuclear Physics, Section A, 701(1-4):647-650, 2002.
[27]
P. Bricault, R. Baartman, M. Dombsky, A. Hurst, C. Mark, G. Stanford, and P. Schmor. TRIUMF-ISAC target station and mass separator commissioning. Nuclear Physics, Section A, 701(1-4):49-53, 2002.
[28]
R. Miller et al. Low Energy Spin Polarized Radioactive Nuclei: A New Instrument for Condensed Matter Research (Invited). Presented at IEEE Particle Accelerator Conference (PAC2001), Chicago, Illinois, 18-22 Jun 2001.
[29]
R. Baartman et al. The TRIUMF Facility and Cyclotron Developments. Presented at IEEE Particle Accelerator Conference (PAC2001), Chicago, Illinois, 18-22 Jun 2001.
[30]
R. Baartman, M. D'yachkov, and F. Jones. Multiturn Simulation of Coherent Betatron Resonance with Space Charge. Presented at IEEE Particle Accelerator Conference (PAC2001), Chicago, Illinois, 18-22 Jun 2001.
[31]
RF Kiefl, GD Morris, P. Amaudruz, R. Baartman, J. Behr, JH Brewer, J. Chakhalian, S. Daviel, J. Doornbos, S. Dunsiger, et al. Complementarity of low-energy spin polarized radioactive nuclei and muons. Physica B: Physics of Condensed Matter, 289:640-647, 2000.
[32]
R. Baartman. Effects of cavity parasitics in 25-GeV - 30-GeV proton drivers. CERN-NUFACT-NOTE-44.
[33]
R. E. Laxdal et al. ISAC at TRIUMF: Recent achievements and future goals. Presented at the 20th International Linac Conference (Linac 2000), Monterey, California, 21-25 Aug 2000.
[34]
R. L. Poirier et al. CW performance of the TRIUMF 8 meter long RFQ for exotic ions. 2000.
[35]
GC Ball, R. Baartman, J. Behr, P. Bricault, L. Buchmann, JM D'Auria, P. Delheij, M. Dombsky, G. Dutto, D. Hutcheon, et al. THE ISAC RADIOACTIVE BEAM FACILITY AT TRIUMF: PRESENT STATUS AND FUTURE PLANS. The Nucleus: New Physics for the New Millennium, 1999.
[36]
R. E. Laxdal and R. A. Baartman. Design optimization of the proposed ISAC-2 project at TRIUMF. Prepared for IEEE Particle Accelerator Conference (PAC 99), New York, New York, 29 Mar - 2 Apr 1999.
[37]
R. E. Laxdal, R. A. Baartman, and L. Root. Beam test results with the ISAC 35-MHz RFQ. Prepared for IEEE Particle Accelerator Conference (PAC 99), New York, New York, 29 Mar - 2 Apr 1999.
[38]
R. A. Baartman, M. Dyachkov, and F. W. Jones. Modeling of space-charge phenomena in multi-turn tracking. Contributed to IEEE Particle Accelerator Conference (PAC 99), New York, 29 Mar - 2 Apr 1999.
[39]
M. Dombsky, R. Baartman, P. Bricault, J. Doornbos, K. Jayamanna, T. Kuo, G. Mackenzie, M. McDonald, P. Schmor, and D. Yuan. Evaluation of a prototype Isotope Separator Accelerator surface ionization source. Review of Scientific Instruments, 69:1170, 1998.
[40]
T. Kuo, D. Yuan, K. Jayamanna, M. McDonald, R. Baartman, WZ Gelbart, N. Stevenson, P. Schmor, and G. Dutto. Further development for the TRIUMF H/D multicusp source. Review of Scientific Instruments, 69:959, 1998.
[41]
T. Kuo, D. Yuan, K. Jayamanna, M. McDonald, R. Baartman, G. Mackenzie, P. Bricault, M. Dombsky, P. Schmor, G. Dutto, et al. Beam characteristics using stable isotopes from a multicusp source for the TRIUMF ISAC facility. Review of Scientific Instruments, 69:767, 1998.
[42]
T. Kuo et al. Beam Characteristics Using Stable Isotopes from a Multicusp Source for the TRIUMF ISAC Facility. 1st Asian Particle Accelerator Conference (APAC 98) 23-27 Mar 1998, Tsukuba, Japan.
[43]
R. Baartman. Summary: Theory working group. Given at Workshop on Space Charge Physics in High Intensity Hadrons Rings, Shelter Island NY, 4-5 May 1998.
[44]
R. Baartman. Betatron resonances with space charge. AIP Conf. Proc., 448:56-72, 1998.
[45]
P. W. Schmor et al. Status of the TRIUMF ISAC-facility for accelerating radioactive beams. Prepared for 17th IEEE Particle Accelerator Conference (PAC 97): Accelerator Science, Technology and Applications, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 12-16 May 1997.
[46]
T. Kuo, D. Yuan, K. Jayamanna, M. McDonald, R. Baartman, P. Schmor, and G. Dutto. On the development of a 15 mA direct current H multicusp source. Review of Scientific Instruments, 67:1314, 1996.
[47]
M. Dombsky, R. Baartman, J. Doornbos, T. Hodges, K. Jayamanna, R. Keitel, T. Kuo, G. Mackenzie, M. McDonald, P. Schmor, et al. An ion source test stand for the ISAC facility at TRIUMF. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B: Beam Interactions with Materials and Atoms, 126(1):50-54, 1996.
[48]
T. Kuo, R. Baartman, B. Milton, M. K. Craddock, and G. Dutto. A possible high current H- injector for cyclotron-based *energy amplifier* accelerator. Talk given at 5th European Particle Accelerator Conference (EPAC 96), Sitges, Spain, 10-14 Jun 1996.
[49]
M. D'yachkov and R. Baartman. *Binary star* instability. Talk given at 5th European Particle Accelerator Conference (EPAC 96), Sitges, Spain, 10-14 Jun 1996.
[50]
R. Baartman and M. D'Yachkov. Collective versus Incoherent Modes. American Physical Society, APS/AAPT Joint Meeting, May 2-5, 1996, abstract# A11. 08, 1996.
[51]
Rick A. Baartman. Intensity limitations in compact H- cyclotrons. Talk given at 14th International Conference on Cyclotrons and Their Applications (Cyclotrons 95), Faure, South Africa, 8-13 Oct 1995.
[52]
T. Kuo et al. A Comparison of two injection line matching sections for compact cyclotrons. Presented at 16th IEEE Particle Accelerator Conference (PAC 95) and International Conference on High Energy Accelerators (IUPAP), Dallas, Texas, 1-5 May 1995.
[53]
P. G. Bricault et al. ISAC-1: Radioactive ion beams facility at TRIUMF. Presented at 16th IEEE Particle Accelerator Conference (PAC 95) and International Conference on High Energy Accelerators (IUPAP), Dallas, Texas, 1-5 May 1995.
[54]
R. Baartman and M. D'Yachkov. Simulations of sawtooth instability. Presented at 16th IEEE Particle Accelerator Conference (PAC 95) and International Conference on High Energy Accelerators (IUPAP), Dallas, Texas, 1-5 May 1995.
[55]
R. Baartman. Betatron resonances with space charge. Prepared for Workshop on Emittance in Circular Accelerators and International Workshop on Particle Dynamics in Accelerators, Tsukuba, Japan, 21-26 Nov 1994.
[56]
Mikhail Dyachkov and Richard Baartman. Method for finding bunched beam instability thresholds. Presented at 4th European Particle Accelerator Conference (EPAC 94), London, England, 27 Jun - 1 Jul 1994.
[57]
W. Kleeven and R. Baartman. Beam Matching and Emittance Growth Resulting from Spiral Inflectors for Cyclotrons. Part. Acc, 41, 1993.
[58]
R. Baartman and M. Dyachkov. Computation of longitudinal bunched beam instabililty thresholds. Presented at 1993 Particle Accelerator Conference (PAC 93), Washington, DC, 17-20 May 1993.
[59]
Rick Baartman and Wiel Kleeven. A Canonical treatment of the spiral inflector for cyclotrons. Part. Accel., 41:41-53, 1993.
[60]
Wiel Kleeven and Rick Baartman. Beam matching and emittance growth resulting from spiral inflectors for cyclotrons. Part. Accel., 41:55-70, 1993.
[61]
R. Baartman. Synchrobetatron resonance due to gap voltage asymmetry. Presented at Int. Conf. on High-Energy Accelerators, HEACC '92, Hamburg, Germany, Jul 20-25, 1992.
[62]
M. D'Yachkov and R. Baartman. Methods for finding stationary longitudinal phase space distributions. Presented at Int. Conf. on High-Energy Accelerators, HEACC '92, Hamburg, Germany, Jul 20-25, 1992.
[63]
R. Baartman. Bunched beam longitudinal stability. Prepared for IEEE 1991 Particle Accelerator Conference (APS Beam Physics), San Francisco, California, 6-9 May 1991.
[64]
R. Baartman. Stationary longitudinal phase space distributions with space charge. Prepared for IEEE 1991 Particle Accelerator Conference (APS Beam Physics), San Francisco, California, 6-9 May 1991.
[65]
M. K. Craddock and R. Baartman. Magnet wave forms for the TRIUMF kaon factory synchrotrons. Presented at EPSC-90, European Particle Accelerator Conf., Nice, France, Jun 12-16, 1990.
[66]
R. Baartman and U. Wienands. Synchrobetatron resonances in the presence of tune modulation. Presented at EPAC-90, European Particle Accelerator Conf., Nice, France, Jun 12-16, 1990.
[67]
R. Baartman and C. J. Oram. BEAM PIPE IMPEDANCES IN THE TRIUMF KAON FACTORY. Part. Accel., 31:221-226, 1990.
[68]
R. Baartman and Shane R. Koscielniak. STABILITY OF HOLLOW BEAMS IN LONGITUDINAL PHASE SPACE. Part. Accel., 28:95-100, 1990.
[69]
R. Baartman et al. A 30-MeV H- Cyclotron for Isotope Production. Paper presented at the Particle Accelerator Conference, Chicago, Ill., Mar 20-23, 1989.
[70]
M. K. Craddock et al. TRIUMF KAON Factory Pre-construction Study. Paper presented at the 1989 Particle Accelerator Conference, Chicago, Ill., Mar 20-23, 1989.
[71]
R. Baartman, F. W. Jones, Shane R. Koscielniak, and G. H. Mackenzie. Stability of Beams Hollow in Longitudinal Phase Space. Presented at the Particle Accelerator Conference, Chicago, Ill., Mar 20-23, 1989.
[72]
U. Wienands and R. A. Baartman. Debunched slow extraction from the KAON factory extender ring. Prepared for 1988 DPF Summer Study on High-energy Physics in the 1990s (Snowmass 88), Snowmass, CO, 27 Jun - 15 Jul 1988.
[73]
R. Baartman. Beam stability. Prepared for 1988 DPF Summer Study on High-energy Physics in the 1990s (Snowmass 88), Snowmass, CO, 27 Jun - 15 Jul 1988.
[74]
G. Dutto et al. THE UPGRADING OF THE TRIUMF FACILITY TO 500-microA OPERATION. Presented at 1st European Particle Accelerator Conf., Rome, Italy, Jun 7-11, 1988.
[75]
M. K. Craddock et al. RECENT DEVELOPMENTS ON THE TRIUMF KAON FACTORY PROPOSAL. Presented at 1st European Particle Accelerator Conf., Rome, Italy, Jun 7-11, 1988.
[76]
H. R. Schneider et al. A COMPACT H- CYCLOTRON FOR ISOTOPE PRODUCTION. Presented at 1st European Particle Accelerator Conf., Rome, Italy, Jun 7-11, 1988.
[77]
R. Baartman and D. Yuan. SPACE CHARGE NEUTRALIZATION STUDIES OF AN H- BEAM. Presented at 1st European Particle Accelerator Conf., Rome, Italy, Jun 7-11, 1988.
[78]
R. Baartman. MATCHING OF ION SOURCES TO CYCLOTRON INFLECTORS. Presented at 1st European Particle Accelerator Conf., Rome, Italy, Jun 7-11, 1988.
[79]
R. Baartman. Instabilities group summary. Presented at Advanced Hadron Facility Accelerator Design Workshop, Santa Fe, N. Mex., Feb 22-27, 1988.
[80]
R. Baartman. Instabilities in PSR-II. Presented at Advanced Hadron Facility Accelerator Design Workshop, Santa Fe, N. Mex., Feb 22-27, 1988.
[81]
R. Baartman. Cavity Induced Instabilities in KAON Factory Synchrotrons. Contributed to 1987 Particle Accelerator Conf., Wash., D.C., Mar 16-19, 1987.
[82]
R. Baartman. Coupled bunch instabilities in KAON Factory synchrotrons. Presented at Int. Workshop on Hadron Facility Technology, Santa Fe, N. Mex., Feb 2-6, 1987.
[83]
R. Baartman, K. R. Kendall, M. McDonald, P. W. Schmor, and D. Yuan. An Intense Ion Source for H- Cyclotrons. Contirbuted to 1987 Particle Accelerator Conf., Wash., D.C., Mar 16-19, 1987.
[84]
D. H. Yuan et al. EXTRACTION OF H- IONS FROM A DC CUSP SOURCE. Presented at Int. Symp. on Production and Neutralization of Negative Ions and Beams, Upton, N.Y., Oct 27-31, 1986 yes.
[85]
R. Baartman. SPUNCH: A SPACE CHARGE BUNCHING COMPUTER CODE. Presented at Int. Conf. on Cyclotrons and their Applications, Tokyo, Japan, Oct 13-17, 1986.
[86]
R. Baartman et al. AN INTENSE ION SOURCE FOR H- CYCLOTRONS. Presented at Int. Conf. on Cyclotrons and their Applications, Tokyo, Japan, Oct 13-17, 1986.
[87]
R. Baartman et al. A NEW HIGH INTENSITY DC H- ION SOURCE FOR TRIUMF. Contributed paper to 1986 Linear Accelerator Conf., Stanford, CA, Jun 2-6, 1986.
[88]
R. Baartman, H. O. Schonauer, and T. Suzuki. Instabilities in the proposed TRIUMF KAON factory synchrotrons. IEEE Trans. Nucl. Sci., 32:2395-2397, 1985.
[89]
M. K. Craddock et al. The TRIUMF Kaon Factory. IEEE Trans. Nucl. Sci., 32:1707-1709, 1985.
[90]
R. Baartman et al. STATUS REPORT ON THE TRIUMF CYCLOTRON. Presented at 10th Int. Conf. on Cyclotrons and their Applications, East Lansing, MI, Apr 30 - May 3, 1984.
[91]
R. Baartman, G. H. Mackenzie, and M. M. Gordon. AMPLITUDE GROWTH FROM THE RAPID TRAVERSAL OF A HALF INTEGER RESONANCE. Presented at 10th Int. Conf. on Cyclotrons and their Applications, East Lansing, MI, Apr 30 - May 3, 1984.
[92]
R. Baartman, G. Dutto, and P. W. Schmor. THE TRIUMF HIGH EFFICIENCY BEAM BUNCHING SYSTEM. Presented at 10th Int. Conf. on Cyclotrons and their Applications, East Lansing, MI, Apr 30 - May 3, 1984.
[93]
R. Baartman, G. H. Mackenzie, R. Laxdal, and R. Lee. Beam Optics for a 12-GeV Isochronous Ring Cyclotron. IEEE Trans. Nucl. Sci., 30:2010-2012, 1983.
[94]
P. W. Schmor et al. Progress Towards Higher Intensities and Improved Beam Stability at TRIUMF. IEEE Trans. Nucl. Sci., 30:2092-2094, 1983.
[95]
R. Baartman, P. Bosman, R. E. Laxdal, D. Yuan, and P. W. Schmor. THE H- SOURCE FOR THE HIGH INTENSITY BEAM AT TRIUMF. Presented at 9th Int. Conf. on Cyclotrons and Their Applications, Caen, France, Sep 7-10, 1981.
[96]
R. Baartman et al. DEVELOPMENTS TOWARD HIGHER BEAM INTENSITY AT TRIUMF. Presented at 9th Int. Conf. on Cyclotrons and Their Applications, Caen, France, Sep 7-10, 1981.
[97]
R. Baartman et al. BEAM DEVELOPMENTS AT TRIUMF. IEEE Trans. Nucl. Sci., 28:2879-2881, 1981.
[98]
RA Baartman, B. Heinrich, JF Cochran, and GC Chi. Transmission of 24 GHz radiation through Co-P from 4° K to 414° K. Journal of Applied Physics, 50:7674, 1979.
[99]
B. Heinrich, JF Cochran, and R. Baartman. Ferromagnetic resonance absorption in Supermalloy at 9, 24, and 38 GHz. Canadian Journal of Physics, 55(9):806-820, 1977.
[100]
R.A. Baartman. Microwave studies of an amorphous ferromagnet.



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