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By Boxman, R.L.; Sanders, D.M.; Martin, P.J.(eds.)

This can be a finished textual content describing the elemental physics and technological purposes of vacuum arcs. half I describes simple physics of the vacuum arc, starting with a short educational evaluate of plasma and electric discharge physics, then describes the arc ignition procedure, cathode and anode spots which function the locus for plasma new release, and resultant interelectrode plasma. half II describes the functions of the vacuum arc for depositing skinny motion pictures and coatings, refining metals, switching excessive energy, and as assets of severe electron, ion, plasma, and X-ray beams.

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5a. For T > 0, energy states above the Fermi level are populated as well, according to the distribution function (Fig. 5b). 4 eV, we see that the states around and above the Fermi level are more populated than states close to the top of the potential well. Electron emission is either electrons going over the top of the potential barrier, or tunneling through the potential barrier. Most electron emission mechanisms involve electrons going over the top. 18 Vacuum Arc Science and Technology (4 Figure 5.

Metallic protrusion on aluminum surface. )~fl Vacuum Arc Ignition 33 Surface defects of the type shown in Fig. 2 are usually treated analytically as an effective multiplication factor by which they enhance average field. This factor is a ftmction of the local geometry. (5) As a practical matter, it is unlikely that a surface could ever be scanned to reveal even a few protrusions of the type shown in Fig. 2 in sufficient detail to be of value in computing the total emission from a cathode of extended area using the Fowler-Nordheim equation.

Electron emission is either electrons going over the top of the potential barrier, or tunneling through the potential barrier. Most electron emission mechanisms involve electrons going over the top. 18 Vacuum Arc Science and Technology (4 Figure 5. Model of the electron gas in a conductor. Density of the shading represents schematically the density of populated states. (a) T = 0. Only states W< Wf are populated. (b) T > 0. States with W > W,are also populated, but for practical temperatures kT << W,, population of states far above the Fermi level is very small.

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