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Gaseous Electronics : Theory and Practice.

Author: Gorur Govinda Raju
Publisher: Hoboken : CRC Press, 2005.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The interaction of electrons with gas neutrals, excited states, and other charge carriers is most recognizable in florescent bulbs and neon signs, says Raju (U. of Windsor, Ontario), but the really exciting realm of gaseous electronics now is the laser. He presents a graduate or senior-undergraduate textbook that looks at and evaluates experimental.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Textbooks
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Gorur Govinda Raju
ISBN: 9780203025260 0203025261 9781135483722 1135483728
OCLC Number: 437168536
Description: 1 online resource (710 pages)
Contents: Collision Fundamentals Coordinate Systems Meaning of Velocity Space Maxwell's Distribution Function Mean Free Path Particle Collisions Potential Functions for Particle Interactions Quantum Mechanical Approach to Scattering References Experimental Methods Total Collision Cross Sections Differential Cross Sections Ionization Cross Section Total Excitation Cross Section Attachment Cross Section Concluding Remarks References Data on Cross Sections-I. Rare Gases Argon Helium Krypton Neon Xenon Concluding Remarks References Data on Cross Sections-II. Diatomic Gases Carbon Monoxide (CO) Molecular Hydrogen (H2) Molecular Nitrogen Molecular Oxygen (O2) Nitric Oxide (NO) Closing Remarks References Data on Cross Sections-III. Industrial Gases Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Hydrocarbon Gases CxHy Mercury Vapor Nitrous Oxide (N2O) Ozone (O3) Silane (SiH4) Sulfur Hexafluoride (SF6) Water Vapor (H2O) Plasma Processing Gases Other Gases Concluding Remarks References Drift and Diffusion of Electrons-I Definitions Drift and Diffusion Measurement Electron Energy Distribution Approximate Methods Data on Drift and Diffusion References Drift and Diffusion of Electrons-II: Complex Molecules Current Pulse due to Avalanche Arrival Time Spectrum Method Hydrocarbon Gases Nitrogen Compounds Plasma Industrial Gases Sulfur Hexafluoride (SF6) Water Vapor (H2O and D2O) Miscellaneous Gases Concluding Remarks References Ionization Coefficients-I: Non-Electron-Attaching Gases Discharge Development Current Growth in Uniform Fields Functional dependence of /N on E/N Space Charge Effects Breakdown in Uniform Fields Multiplication in Non-Uniform Fields Recombination Data on Ionization Coefficients Molecular Gases (Non-Attaching) Other Gases (Non-Attaching) References Ionization and Attachment Coefficients-II: Electron-Attaching Gases Attachment Processes Current Growth in Attaching Gases Ionization and Attachment Coefficients Concluding Remarks References High Voltage Phenomena Types of Voltage High Direct Voltage Generation High Alternating Voltage Generation High Impulse Voltage Generation Ionization in Alternating Fields Sparking Voltages References Ionization in E x B Fields List of Symbols Brief Historical Note Electron Motion in Vacuum in E x B Fields Effective Reduced Electric Field (EREF) Experimental Setup Ionization Coefficients Experimental Data Secondary Ionization Coefficient Sparking Potentials Time Lags in E x B Crossed Fields Computational Methods Effective Collision Frequency Concluding Remarks References High Frequency Discharges Basic Plasma Phenomena Debye Length Bohm Sheath Model Plasma Frequency Plasma Conductivity Ambipolar Diffusion RF Plasma Power Absorbed Microwave Breakdown Laser Breakdown Concluding Remark References Appendices Index

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The interaction of electrons with gas neutrals, excited states, and other charge carriers is most recognizable in florescent bulbs and neon signs, says Raju (U. of Windsor, Ontario), but the really exciting realm of gaseous electronics now is the laser. He presents a graduate or senior-undergraduate textbook that looks at and evaluates experimental.

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