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Characteristics of a two-stageion accelerator with an anode layer

Characteristics of a two-stageion accelerator with an anode layer TABLE 1 volts vol 5 1 10 l Y/cm]4.to'[a.io61i,6X, 3,2X 4.10"[8.i0 ~ ~.,6X 3,2><. 4-i0 ~ 8.t081ft,6X 3,2� E, 1 i� tx,o, 1 I� x,o' I x,o' R ,213,11,, 510,77125 ,.%51 ,213 i 00! 501.% In conclusion, we note that, for temperatures above 2500~ and fields F < 5 9 107 V/cm, the fraction of electrons overcoming the potential barrier as a result of the tunnel effect is considerably less than the frac- tion of electrons passing over the barrier JI-F-T. For temperatures below 2500~ and fields of (3-5) 9 107 V/cm, the current density can attain JI-F-T and then, with a rise in the field, can considerably exceed JI-T-F. With a transition from an I-T-F- to an I-F-T-emission, the point of inflection on the curves is almost not visible, while, with a transition from a T-F- to an F-T-emission, there is a sharp point of inflection with fields of ~4" 107 V/era, where the tunnel effect begins to be strongly felt. The effect of the discrete char- acter of the distribution of the charge in the precathode layer rises with a rise in the precathode potential for I-T-F- and I-F-T-emissions, which is connected with a rise in the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Applied Mechanics and Technical Physics Springer Journals

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Springer Journals
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Physics; Classical Mechanics; Fluid- and Aerodynamics; Classical and Continuum Physics; Applications of Mathematics; Mathematical Modeling and Industrial Mathematics; Mechanical Engineering
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0021-8944
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1573-8620
DOI
10.1007/BF00850027
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Abstract

TABLE 1 volts vol 5 1 10 l Y/cm]4.to'[a.io61i,6X, 3,2X 4.10"[8.i0 ~ ~.,6X 3,2><. 4-i0 ~ 8.t081ft,6X 3,2� E, 1 i� tx,o, 1 I� x,o' I x,o' R ,213,11,, 510,77125 ,.%51 ,213 i 00! 501.% In conclusion, we note that, for temperatures above 2500~ and fields F < 5 9 107 V/cm, the fraction of electrons overcoming the potential barrier as a result of the tunnel effect is considerably less than the frac- tion of electrons passing over the barrier JI-F-T. For temperatures below 2500~ and fields of (3-5) 9 107 V/cm, the current density can attain JI-F-T and then, with a rise in the field, can considerably exceed JI-T-F. With a transition from an I-T-F- to an I-F-T-emission, the point of inflection on the curves is almost not visible, while, with a transition from a T-F- to an F-T-emission, there is a sharp point of inflection with fields of ~4" 107 V/era, where the tunnel effect begins to be strongly felt. The effect of the discrete char- acter of the distribution of the charge in the precathode layer rises with a rise in the precathode potential for I-T-F- and I-F-T-emissions, which is connected with a rise in the

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Journal of Applied Mechanics and Technical PhysicsSpringer Journals

Published: Dec 4, 2004

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