1 edition of Field Emissions and Field Ionization (AVS Classics in Vacuum Science and Technology) found in the catalog.
|Statement||American Institute of Physics|
|Publishers||American Institute of Physics|
|LC Classifications||December 31, 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 100 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
nodata File Size: 7MB.
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Market: Students and researchers in vacuum and surface science, microscopy, and semiconductor physics. 2002 Luttinger liquid theory as a model of the gigahertz electrical properties of carbon nanotubes. Some Applications of Field Emission to Adsorption.
Though more sophisticated treatments have since been developed, Gomer's pioneering work remains valid to this day. Harvard Monographs in Applied Science, Number 9. Physical Review B, 62 23 : 16138-16145 Nordheim, L.
This is a result of the emitter's geometry and has also been seen in , see their equation 2. International Journal of Quantum Chemistry, 70 4-5 : 703-710 Hagmann, M.
It also features papers now regarded as milestones. We have calculated the possible C n for a given energy E using our exact equation 3. Read Online Field Emissions and Field Ionization AVS Classics in Vacuum Science and Technology PDF ePub. Free Field Emissions and Field Ionization AVS Classics in Vacuum Science and Technology PDF Downloadand over one million other books are available for Amazon Kindle.
The following assumption can be made without loss of physical content. 2003 High-yield synthesis of carbon coils on tungsten substrates and their behavior in the presence of an electric field. At this time, the collector voltage is maintained at a lower level than that of the grid voltage to obtain a large ionization ratio. Finally in the course of our investigations, we have also found out that the WKB approximation gives some spurious results when it comes to calculating the eigenstates of the nanometric emitter.
Text pages are fresh and crisp. The latter factor is especially important in the case of the near-field emission regime and the recently developed electron microscope at ETHZ [,] associated with this regime and bearing the corresponding name, NFESEM. Introduction The subject of field emission from a sharp nanometric emitting tip has a history of more than 25 years.
This is due entirely to the value of the wave function at the apex and not to the electron velocity at this point.