2 edition of Field emission and field ionization. found in the catalog.
Field emission and field ionization.
|Series||Harvard monographs in applied science, no. 9, Harvard monographs in applied science ;, no. 9.|
|LC Classifications||QC721 .G54|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||195|
|LC Control Number||60015237|
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About this book This definitive work was based on four lectures presented at Harvard University in When it was written, field emission was one of the Brand: AIP-Press. Field Emissions and Field Ionization (AVS Classics in Vacuum Science and Technology) [Gomer, Robert] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Field Emissions and Field Ionization (AVS Classics in Vacuum Science. Purchase Field Ionization Mass Spectrometry - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. Electron field emission with high current density A/cm2 at a low electric field of V/μm was achieved by self-organized cone-shaped emitters with dimensions on the order of 10 μm made of.
In field emission based gas sensors, Fowler Nordheim (FN) theory of electron emission from a metallic or semi-metallic roughly predicts β tol based on the Author: Parsoua Abedini Sohi, Mojtaba Kahrizi. Field Ion Emission Mechanisms. In book: Atom Probe Tomography, pp The atoms or ions of the protein are ionized by electric-field ionization when the incident X-ray-pulse intensity.
Different from thermionic emission sources, the field in field emission sources (including cold FEG and thermal FEG) allows the quantum mechanical tunnelling process to occur, where electrons close to the Fermi level are emitted from the. Field Emission. Field emission (FE) is a process in which a metal surface will emit current when that surface is exposed to a sufficiently high electric field (typically on the order of 1 V/nm and under high vacuum to avoid an Electric Arc).The .