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E4: Ion Acceleration

The E4 experimental hall is located in the basement of the ELI Beamlines building and is dedicated to user experiments that involve ion acceleration.
The ELI Multidisciplinary Applications of laser-Ion Acceleration (ELIMAIA) beamline is located in E4 hall.

Most of the building services in E4 are provided through hubs with unified connection panels. The building services provide HVAC and lights as well as several distributed utilities for specific usage, such as primary vacuum (backing and rough), de-mineralized cooling water, compressed, clean, dry air, gaseous nitrogen at room temperature, communication networks, drainage, and exhalation exhaust.

The E4 experimental area allows users to test various samples with laser accelerated ion sources because of its ion beam transport and dosimetry section, as well as to investigate innovative schemes for laser-driven ion acceleration that can be accommodated in the flexible interaction chamber.

Experimental Hall E4 – 3D “street view” tour

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