accelerating potential

accelerating potential

[ak′sel·ər‚ād·iŋ pə′ten·shəl]
(electronics)
The energy potential in electron-beam equipment that imparts additional speed and energy to the electrons.
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Senator Tom Udall responded to the Bureau of Land Managements (BLM) abrupt decision to weaken its oil and gas leasing review process, shutting out public comments and accelerating potential leases to oil and gas companies.
The accelerating potential is the applied voltage between the anode and cathode of the x-ray tube.
Khan will be one of 120 students attending a series of summer workshops hosted by the Los Angeles-based charity, which focuses on "Leadership, Excellence and Accelerating Potential.
Mass maps (100 laser shots/sample) were acquired in reflectron mode using an instrument setting of full accelerating potential of 19.
Labor markets, for example, have tightened in recent years as demand has persistently outstripped even accelerating potential supply.
A circulating electron current in the magnetic field develops the accelerating potential for the ions in the end-Hall source.
Four samples of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) were exposed at different accelerating potentials i.