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Potential Emission of Electrons from the (110) and (111) Faces of a Molybdenum Single Crystal under Ion Bombardment

  • U. A. Arifov
  • R. R. Rakhimov
  • Kh. Dzhurakulov

Abstract

It is already well known that the work function of the target is of particular importance in the potential emission of electrons [1, 2]. However, the dependence of the potential electronemission coefficient on the work function of the metal has as yet been insufficiently studied; results have only been obtained for polycrystalline materials of different physical natures [3–5] and films of indefinite structure and work function [6, 7].

Keywords

Work Function Electron Energy Spectrum Contact Potential Difference Potential Emission Single Crystal Electrode 
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  • U. A. Arifov
  • R. R. Rakhimov
  • Kh. Dzhurakulov

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