Self-noise of molecular electronic transducers
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The effect of hydrodynamic fluctuations on noise in molecular electronic transducers is studied. It is shown that turbulent pulsation also makes a considerable contribution to the self-noise of molecular elec-tronic transformers, along with laminar flow fluctuations. A method for qualitative and quantitative calculation of the noise induced by turbulent pulsation that arises when a liquid flows along the electrode surface is proposed. A quantitative relationship that relates the rms pressure pulsation to the liquid head and an expression for the total spectral density of the hydrodynamic noise in molecular electronic transducers are obtained.
KeywordsElectrode Surface Spectral Density Laminar Flow Pressure Pulsation Quantitative Relationship
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