sextupole magnet

sextupole magnet

[′seks·tə‚pōl ‚mag·nət]
(electromagnetism)
A configuration of six magnets arranged in a circular pattern with alternating polarities, used in the control of electron beams.
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To be procured 6 identical sextupole magnets for the SIS100 synchrotron of the FAIR project.
Supplies for the sextupole magnets of the storage ring (SR).
Lot 3: production and delivery of 13 sextupole magnets
The purpose of this alloti market, the production and delivery of 3 types of magnets on the French site of LAL in the ThomX project - Lot 1: production and delivery of 15 dipole magnets,- Lot 2: production and delivery of 34 quadrupole magnets,- Lot 3: production and delivery of 13 sextupole magnets.