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A Pseudo Potential Description of the Motion of Charged Particles in RF Fields

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  28 September 2015

A.S. Berdnikov*
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Institute for Analytical Instrumentation RAS, Rizskiy pr. 26, 190103 St.Petersburg, Russian Federation
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Ion Optics
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