The electron optical properties of a field emission gun plus a twenty-stage linear accelerator system have been determined in the case where the entrance pupil of the system is defined by one of the electrode apertures.
The first part of the calculation concerns the electrical and geometrical parameters of triode and tetrode field emission guns which can give a fixed location of the source and a small spherical aberration coefficient.
The second part is related to the possibility of placing a tetrode field emission gun at the top of the linear accelerator of the scanning high voltage electron microscope which is being constructed in the Toulouse Laboratory. Interesting conditions can be obtained when the electrical parameters are fixed as follows: either Vi/Ve= 0 or Vi/Ve= 20 (Ve is the extracting voltage, Vi is the potential of the second anode of the gun) whatever the accelerating voltage may be.
Denizart, M.; Roques, S.; Sonier, F.; and Jouffrey, B.
"Determination of Optical Properties of a Field Emission Gun Coupled with a Linear Accelerator for High Voltage Microscopy,"
Scanning Electron Microscopy: Vol. 3
, Article 18.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.usu.edu/electron/vol3/iss1/18