electron energy

electron energy

The potential difference between electron acceleration in the ionisation source and electron ionisation. The electron energy for standard electron ionisation mass spectra is 70 eV, a level which maximises ion production and provides reproducible mass spectra.
Segen's Medical Dictionary. © 2012 Farlex, Inc. All rights reserved.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
The AXUV series of photodiodes exhibits response to electron energy levels as low as 100eV.
(Australia), Electron Energy Corporation (U.S.), Tengam Engineering, Inc.
This field travels in the form of a wave along the conductor, coupled to the electron energy. Some of the energy of the electromagnetic wave may be radiated away from the conductor; if so, that energy is lost to the circuit forever.
The additional characteristics of BCPs were analyzed, such as total electron energy density at BCP ([H.sub.BCP]) and its components, potential electron energy density ([V.sub.BCP]), and kinetic electron energy density ([G.sub.BCP]).
The authors study the effects of manganese and chromium on corrosion resistance of high manganese steels by examining the rust properties with X-ray diffraction (XRD), Raman spectroscopy, energy dispersive spectroscopy (EDS), and electron energy loss spectroscopy (EELS) adjunct to transmission electron microscopy (TEM).
Clearly the binding electron energy plays a similar role as the excitation energy of the nucleus, in determining the small fraction of the WIMP's energy to be transferred to the recoiling system.
"The scattered light showed a loss of energy that corresponded to transitions in the electron energy from one state to another.
The current will reach its maximum value when the electron energy is equal to the energy levels of the quantized well (1b), then the electron energy becomes higher than the energy of the quantized levels at which the current will reach it highest value in the so called negative differential resistance (NDR) (1c), where the current drops as the potential difference increases [11].
Automotive low-temperature plasma-assisted ignition (PAI) systems extend dilution tolerance limits through the formation of active radicals that shorten ignition delays [2] and rapid heating via electron energy transfer processes [3., 4, 5].
In general, the maximum values of electron densities at the center, due to electrons diffusion to the chamber walls [10], and increase with increasing voltage, as a result of increasing electrons energy which lead to increase ionization reaction rate which is related with the mean electron energy [11] which is the mean reaction feed the plasma with more electrons, while decrease near cathode with increasing applied voltage.