Journal of Applied Spectroscopy

, Volume 6, Issue 2, pp 90–93 | Cite as

Reverse currents in a unipolar arc

  • P. M. Shvartsberg
  • P. D. Korzh
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Abstract

The conditions of transition from a unipolar ac arc to a bipolar arc were studied. The observed relationships are explained on the basis of the thermal theory of arcs. The use of a unipolar double arc for achieving strict unipolar operation is suggested.

Keywords

Analytical Chemistry Molecular Structure Reverse Current Thermal Theory Unipolar Operation 

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  • P. M. Shvartsberg
  • P. D. Korzh

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