acceleration voltage

acceleration voltage

[ak‚sel·ə′rā·shən ′vōl·təj]
(electronics)
The voltage between a cathode and accelerating electrode of an electron tube.
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Olshansky, there has been developed a method of EBW using a vertical joint on a vertical wall under acceleration voltage up to 60 kV.
Other features of the SEM system include acceleration voltage of 0.
where r is the penetration depth, U the acceleration voltage, and [rho] is the material density.
The energy gain of the electron beam is proportional to the acceleration voltage and is expressed in electron volts (eV) that represent the energy gained by a particle of unit charge by passing the potential difference of 1 V.
Transmission electron microscopy (TEM) was carried out with a Hitachi-H600 TEM using an acceleration voltage of 70 kV and a Hitachi-H800 TEM using an acceleration voltage of 100 kV.
Mass spectroscopy was carried out at a collision energy of 70 eV and an acceleration voltage of 10 kV.
The tool's 50kV acceleration voltage, variable shaped beam and real-time proximity effect correction capabilities combine to provide Photronics with a unique high resolution, high throughput solution for the 130 nanometer technologies now being introduced at leading edge semiconductor manufacturing facilities around the world.
Power density defines the energy distribution in the weld pool and can be affected by the acceleration voltage, beam current, oscillatory pattern, focus, gun-to-work distance, vacuum level, and method of filament peaking.
To improve the resolution of the microscope to the utmost limit, the following technical developments were made including an increase in the acceleration voltage to 1.
For imparting to the electrons necessary kinetic energy acceleration voltage from several kilowatts to several dozens kilowatts (the higher is voltage, the higher is energy of the electrons) is used, whereby positive lead-out of the high-voltage power source is electrically connected either with the material being radiated, or with a non-melting cooled anode.
FEG electron source, the maximum acceleration voltage of 200 kV or 300 kV.
Technical characteristics of electron beam installation UE-5812 Installed power, kVxA 1500 Acceleration voltage, kV 30 Number of guns, pcs 5 Maximal dimensions of billet, m: length 5.