Electron transport in CF3I and CF3I-N2 mixtures
Electron collision cross sections for CF3I are estimated using the electron swarm method. Electron drift velocity, effective ionisation coefficient, and longitudinal diffusion coefficient in CF3I are calculated using Monte Carlo method, and the calculated electron transport coefficients are compared with those measured. Calculated electron drift velocity agrees with measured data within the difference of 6% below 1600 Td, and calculated effective ionisation coefficient agrees with measured data within the difference of 10% above 460 Td. Further, those swarm parameters in CF3I–N2 mixtures are calculated, and calculated values of electron drift velocity and effective ionisation coefficient agree well with measured data in CF3I–N2 mixtures. This confirms the validity of the estimated set.
KeywordsDrift Velocity Collision Cross Section Pulse Experiment Electron Drift Velocity Sion Cross Section
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