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The design of RF crab cavities for particle accelerators. / Burt, G.; Ambattu, P.; Goudket, P.; Hall, B.; McIntosh, P.; Dexter, A.; Beard, C.; Tahir, I.; Carter, R.; Jones, R.; Dykes, M.; Kalinin, A.; Ma, L.

IET Conference on High Power RF Technologies. 548 CP. ed. IET, 2009. (IET Conference Publications; No. 548 CP).

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Burt, G, Ambattu, P, Goudket, P, Hall, B, McIntosh, P, Dexter, A, Beard, C, Tahir, I, Carter, R, Jones, R, Dykes, M, Kalinin, A & Ma, L 2009, The design of RF crab cavities for particle accelerators. in IET Conference on High Power RF Technologies. 548 CP edn, IET Conference Publications, no. 548 CP, IET, IET Conference on High Power RF Technologies, London, United Kingdom, 26/02/09. https://doi.org/10.1049/cp.2009.0012

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Burt, G., Ambattu, P., Goudket, P., Hall, B., McIntosh, P., Dexter, A., Beard, C., Tahir, I., Carter, R., Jones, R., Dykes, M., Kalinin, A., & Ma, L. (2009). The design of RF crab cavities for particle accelerators. In IET Conference on High Power RF Technologies (548 CP ed.). (IET Conference Publications; No. 548 CP). IET. https://doi.org/10.1049/cp.2009.0012

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Burt G, Ambattu P, Goudket P, Hall B, McIntosh P, Dexter A et al. The design of RF crab cavities for particle accelerators. In IET Conference on High Power RF Technologies. 548 CP ed. IET. 2009. (IET Conference Publications; 548 CP). https://doi.org/10.1049/cp.2009.0012

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Burt, G. ; Ambattu, P. ; Goudket, P. ; Hall, B. ; McIntosh, P. ; Dexter, A. ; Beard, C. ; Tahir, I. ; Carter, R. ; Jones, R. ; Dykes, M. ; Kalinin, A. ; Ma, L. / The design of RF crab cavities for particle accelerators. IET Conference on High Power RF Technologies. 548 CP. ed. IET, 2009. (IET Conference Publications; 548 CP).

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