xmpl3d17, 17th 'example' data file for CPO3D
Magnetic angle changing technique
In the new (in 1996) 'magnetic angle changing' technique, solenoids are used to create a confined magnetic field -see M Zubek, N Gulley, G C King and F H Read, J. Phys. B (Atom. Mol. Opt. Physics), 29, L239-244 (1996); F H Read and J M Channing, Rev Sci Inst 67, 2372-2377 (1996). The strength of the field in this example is such that an electron of energy 1 eV is deflected through 90 degrees. The solenoids are as defined by Read and Channing.
The solenoids are as defined by Read and Channing. The cylinders in this example are given the same positions as the solenoids, but have no influence on the rays.