Spatial distribution of electron stimulated electron desorption from a metal surface
Electron stimulated electron desorption yielding secondary electron emission is to be examined both experimentally and computationally. A novel secondary electron emission test stand at UNLV housing a particle position detector maps the evolution of the spatial distribution of electron beam stimulated secondary electrons emitted from a metal target. Electrons emitted from the target in the drift free region with initial momentum within an approximate 3deg
Electronic equipment testing; Electron-stimulated desorption; Secondary electron emission; Transients (Electricity)
Controls and Control Theory | Electrical and Computer Engineering | Electrical and Electronics | Electronic Devices and Semiconductor Manufacturing | Systems and Communications
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Schill, R. A.
Spatial distribution of electron stimulated electron desorption from a metal surface.
Proceedings of the 2008 IEEE International Power Modulators and High Voltage Conference