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Measurements of the properties of beryllium foil

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The electrical conductivity of beryllium at radio frequency (800 MHz) and liquid nitrogen temperature were investigated and measured. This summary addresses a collection of beryllium properties in the literature, an analysis of the anomalous skin effect, the test model, the experimental setup and improvements, MAFIA simulations, the measurement results and data analyses. The final results show that the conductivity of beryllium is not as good as indicated by the handbook, yet very close to copper at liquid nitrogen temperature.

NOTE: This report on the properties of beryllium at low temperature was written as a BNL report (BNL-67337) by Y. Zhao and H. Wang in March 2000. I am posting it now because it was clear from comments at last Friday's meeting that this work is not well known in the collaboration. Y. Zhao is currently a guest at BNL and Haipeng Wang is on the staff at JLAB.

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