Plasma Cathode Electron Sources. Physics, Technology, Applications

  • ID: 2183446
  • Book
  • 181 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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An up–to–date review and summary of this important subfield of applied plasma physics. Concentrating equally on providing a physical understanding of the basic processes involved in plasma electron emission and on the design and applications of plasma cathode electron beam sources, this monograph is of interest to designers of electron sources as well as to scientists and engineers using electron beams in research and industry. It will also be of benefit to both undergraduate and postgraduate students involved in vacuum and plasma electronics, the generation of charged–particle beams, and their applications.
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Preface

1 Low–Pressure Discharges for Plasma Electron Sources

2 Electron Emission from Plasma

3 Plasma Sources for Axially Symmetric Electron Beams

4 Generation of Large–Cross–Section Beams in Plasma–Cathode Systems

5 Some Applications of Plasma–Cathode Electron Sources

Conclusion
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"It is an up–to–date review and summary of this important subfield of applied plasma physics" (Metall, February 2008)
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