1 edition of Electron optical studies of low-pressure gases found in the catalog.
Electron optical studies of low-pressure gases
by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards; for sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington
Written in English
|Statement||[by] L. Marton, David C. Schubert, and S. R. Mielczarek.|
|Series||National Bureau of Standards monograph 66, NBS monograph ;, 66.|
|LC Classifications||QC100 .U556 no. 66|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 37 p.|
|Number of Pages||37|
|LC Control Number||63060061|
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Electron Optical Studies of Low-Pressure Gases Page: 36 46 p.: ill. This report is part of the collection entitled: Technical Report Archive and Image Library and was provided to UNT Digital Library by the UNT Libraries Government Documents by: 1.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Marton, L. (Ladislaus), Electron optical studies of low-pressure gases. Washington, U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National. Electron Optical Studies of Low-Pressure Gases Page: 2 46 p.: ill. This report is part of the collection entitled: Technical Report Archive and Image Library and was provided to UNT Digital Library Electron optical studies of low-pressure gases book the UNT Libraries Government Documents by: 1.
Apparatus for Electron Optical Study of Low-density Gas Flow electrons. The electron image density at any point is proportional to an integral of gas density along the electron path from the source to the schlieren stop.
Since the image is made entirely of scattered electrons, Author: S.R. Mielczarek, D.C. Schubert, L. Marton. Studies of the propagation of pulsed relativistic electron beams through initially un‐ionized background gases are reported.
At very low pressures, pronounced beam front erosion occurs owing to the slow buildup of radial force neutralization of the beam electrons. Numerical simulation and an approximate analytical model are used to describe this beam‐loss by: The apparatus consists of a bakeable stainless steel low-pressure chamber and other chambers containing brass and glass electron optical components which are not baked.
The low-pressure chamber (~ mm Hg) is connected to three other chambers (~ mm Hg) through two small apertures and a slit.
Metal gaskets are used on the bakeable chamber. Various facets of the gold appeared in Figure 6 (c), (d), and (f). They sometimes disappeared and the gold particle formed a spherical shape in Figure 6 (e). However, the lattice fringes of the gold could not be observed due to electron scattering by the high-pressure : Fan Wu, Nan Yao.
Abstract: Summary form only given. Optical emission spectroscopy (OES) is used to analyze the very-low-frequency cyclic evolution of the electron energy and density caused by repetitive formation and loss of dust nanoparticles in an argon RF asymmetric plasma reactor with pulsed injection of hexamethyldisiloxane (HMDSO, [CH 3] 6 Si 2 O).
All OES measurements are recorded in the dust Author: Vincent Garofano, Luc Stafford, Bernard Despax, Richard Clergeraux, Kremena Makasheva.
Spectroscopic measurements of the electron temperature in low pressure radiofrequency Ar/H 2 /C 2 H 2 and Ar/H 2 /CH 4 plasmas used for the synthesis of nanocarbon structures.
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Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. low pressure gas gives a spectrum of the type known as _____ the farther the electron is from the nucleus.
In the quantum mechanical model, the higher the value of n, the farther the electron _____ is located. This work presents an approach to estimate cycle-resolved electron density profiles in a transient low-pressure argon plasma by means of phase-resolved optical emission spectroscopy (PROES).
It connects to a recent publication in which estimation of electron temperatures under similar conditions was demonstrated [ 4 ]. This volume presents the contributions of participants in the Symposium on Swarm Studies and Inelastic Electron-Molecule Collisions, held on July, in Tahoe City, California.
This was a joint meeting of the Fourth International Swarm Seminar and the Electron-Molecule Collisions Symposium. A summary of the methods of electron temperature and electron density measurement in low-pressure nitrogen and argon discharges using optical emission spectroscopy (OES) is given.
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pens with atmospheric arcs, the gas temperature is usually much colder than the electron mean kinetic energy.1–3 As the interpretation of the data obtained with electric probes at such pressures is not clear,4 many experimental works have focused on the use of optical emission spectros-copy OES as a way of characterizing the fundamental pa-File Size: 99KB.
The basic principles underlying optical nonlinearities are developed, including excitonic and many-body plasma effects. Fundamentals of optical bistability, semiconductor lasers, femtosecond excitation, the optical Stark effect, the semiconductor photon echo, magneto-optic effects, as well as bulk and quantum-confined Franz–Keldysh effects.
A simple model, allowing to determine the electron temperature in a steady-state low-pressure plasma, is proposed. The model makes use of optical cross-sections and therefore takes into account direct and cascade excitation from ground and metastable states.
Spectroscopic data from Mitic et al. (New J. Phys. 11, ()) are used to illustrate the performance of the by: 6. These studies had a great impact on the advance in modern research and development fields such as pulsed power science and technology, high-power gas lasers, pulsed gas plasmotrons, etc.
The book consists of nine chapters. The first chapter describes the dc breakdown of a gas. The second chapter deals with the pulsed breakdown of : Yuri D. Korolev, Gennady A. Mesyats. Recent advances in gas-involved in situ studies via transmission electron microscopy Ying Jiang 1,2, Zhengfei Zhang 1, Wentao Yuan 1, Xun Zhang 1, Yong Wang 1.
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If there are too many gas atoms, the electrons collide much before they have enough kinetic energy to ionize the atoms. If you cannot get a high number of electrons moving, you won't get sufficient current. When the gas pressure is low (but not too low), the electrons get enough time (or distance) to .Book Description Table of Contents Author(s) Book Description The first publication of its kind in the field, this book describes comprehensively and systematically radio-frequency (rf) capacitive gas discharges of intermediate and low pressure and their application to gas .Abstract.
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