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Photo cathode requirements for the European XFEL. WSHQE Oct. 5, 2006 Klaus Floettmann. A lifetime of some month with a QE > 0.5% is required. This is achieved with Cs 2 Te Cathodes e.g. at Flash. Can we go home now? . QE and Lifetime requirements.

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Photo cathode requirements for the European XFEL

WSHQE

Oct. 5, 2006

Klaus Floettmann

WSHQE, OCT. 5, 2006


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A lifetime of some month with a

QE > 0.5% is required.

This is achieved with Cs2Te Cathodes e.g. at Flash.

Can we go home now?

QE and Lifetime requirements

WSHQE, OCT. 5, 2006


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roughly half of the predicted emittance of the XFEL injector is due to the thermal emittance of the cathode

Problem I:

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Development of the transverse Emittance

  • 1nC charge

  • uniform transverse distribution

  • longitudinal flat-top with 2 ps rise time

  • incl. thermal emittance

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Slice Emittance at the Injector exit

emittance in longitudinal slices of the bunch

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Slice Emittance at the Injector exit

w.o. thermal emittance

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The measured thermal emittance is even higher than expected from simple theoretical predictions (Schottky effect, cathode roughness)

How can we reduce the thermal emittance?

reduce cathode roughness

control the work function

…?

WSHQE, OCT. 5, 2006


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dark current presents a sever operational problem for the XFEL injector

Problem II:

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Dark Current extrapolation to 60 MV/m

no conditioning effect taken into account

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A large fraction of the dark current is generated at or near the cathode. Collimation at low energies is very difficult because the dark current has similar properties as the beam

How can we reduce the dark current generation

reduce cathode roughness

reduce number of emitters by better cleaning techniques

…?

WSHQE, OCT. 5, 2006


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Dry Ice Cleaning Principle

cold Nitrogen

CO2

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CO2 Nozzle

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No field emission was observed up to 90 MV/m on dry ice cleaned Cu samples in field emission scans.

Dry ice cleaning of the gun cavity is in preparation.

Dry Ice Cleaning of the cathode plugs should be tested next.

To monitor the deposition of field emitters during the cathode preparation process a field emission scanning apparatus for the cathodes will be designed and build in collaboration with the University of Wuppertal.

WSHQE, OCT. 5, 2006


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