A design for an electromagnetic filter for precision energy measurements at the tritium endpoint

M. G. Betti, M. Biasotti, A. Boscá, F. Calle, J. Carabe-Lopez, G. Cavoto, C. Chang, W. Chung, A. G. Cocco, A. P. Colijn, J. Conrad, N. D'Ambrosio, P. F. de Salas, M. Faverzani, A. Ferella, E. Ferri, P. Garcia-Abia, G. Garcia Gomez-Tejedor, S. Gariazzo, F. Gatti & 31 others C. Gentile, A. Giachero, J. E. Gudmundsson, Y. Hochberg, Y. Kahn, Mariangela Lisanti, C. Mancini-Terracciano, G. Mangano, L. E. Marcucci, C. Mariani, J. Martínez, M. Messina, A. Molinero-Vela, E. Monticone, A. Nucciotti, F. Pandolfi, S. Pastor, J. Pedrós, C. Pérez de los Heros, O. Pisanti, A. D. Polosa, A. Puiu, Y. Raitses, M. Rajteri, N. Rossi, R. Santorelli, K. Schaeffner, C. F. Strid, Christopher George Tully, F. Zhao, K. M. Zurek

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We present a detailed description of the electromagnetic filter for the PTOLEMY project to directly detect the Cosmic Neutrino Background (CNB). Starting with an initial estimate for the orbital magnetic moment, the higher-order drift process of E×B is configured to balance the gradient-B drift motion of the electron in such a way as to guide the trajectory into the standing voltage potential along the mid-plane of the filter. As a function of drift distance along the length of the filter, the filter zooms in with exponentially increasing precision on the transverse velocity component of the electron kinetic energy. This yields a linear dimension for the total filter length that is exceptionally compact compared to previous techniques for electromagnetic filtering. The parallel velocity component of the electron kinetic energy oscillates in an electrostatic harmonic trap as the electron drifts along the length of the filter. An analysis of the phase-space volume conservation validates the expected behavior of the filter from the adiabatic invariance of the orbital magnetic moment and energy conservation following Liouville's theorem for Hamiltonian systems.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)120-131
Number of pages12
JournalProgress in Particle and Nuclear Physics
Volume106
DOIs
StatePublished - May 1 2019

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tritium
electromagnetism
filters
energy
conservation
electrons
magnetic moments
kinetic energy
Liouville theorem
orbitals
energy conservation
invariance
neutrinos
trajectories
traps
electrostatics
harmonics
gradients
electric potential
estimates

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Betti, M. G., Biasotti, M., Boscá, A., Calle, F., Carabe-Lopez, J., Cavoto, G., ... Zurek, K. M. (2019). A design for an electromagnetic filter for precision energy measurements at the tritium endpoint. Progress in Particle and Nuclear Physics, 106, 120-131. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ppnp.2019.02.004
Betti, M. G. ; Biasotti, M. ; Boscá, A. ; Calle, F. ; Carabe-Lopez, J. ; Cavoto, G. ; Chang, C. ; Chung, W. ; Cocco, A. G. ; Colijn, A. P. ; Conrad, J. ; D'Ambrosio, N. ; de Salas, P. F. ; Faverzani, M. ; Ferella, A. ; Ferri, E. ; Garcia-Abia, P. ; Gomez-Tejedor, G. Garcia ; Gariazzo, S. ; Gatti, F. ; Gentile, C. ; Giachero, A. ; Gudmundsson, J. E. ; Hochberg, Y. ; Kahn, Y. ; Lisanti, Mariangela ; Mancini-Terracciano, C. ; Mangano, G. ; Marcucci, L. E. ; Mariani, C. ; Martínez, J. ; Messina, M. ; Molinero-Vela, A. ; Monticone, E. ; Nucciotti, A. ; Pandolfi, F. ; Pastor, S. ; Pedrós, J. ; de los Heros, C. Pérez ; Pisanti, O. ; Polosa, A. D. ; Puiu, A. ; Raitses, Y. ; Rajteri, M. ; Rossi, N. ; Santorelli, R. ; Schaeffner, K. ; Strid, C. F. ; Tully, Christopher George ; Zhao, F. ; Zurek, K. M. / A design for an electromagnetic filter for precision energy measurements at the tritium endpoint. In: Progress in Particle and Nuclear Physics. 2019 ; Vol. 106. pp. 120-131.
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AU - Gentile, C.

AU - Giachero, A.

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AU - Lisanti, Mariangela

AU - Mancini-Terracciano, C.

AU - Mangano, G.

AU - Marcucci, L. E.

AU - Mariani, C.

AU - Martínez, J.

AU - Messina, M.

AU - Molinero-Vela, A.

AU - Monticone, E.

AU - Nucciotti, A.

AU - Pandolfi, F.

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