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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With an acceleration voltage of 5-10kV, high resolution images can be produced without the need for an additional conductive coating.
To realize this characteristics improvement, high-accelerating ion implantation with acceleration voltage of approx.
Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) was carried out with a resolution of 3 nm (high vacuum mode) and 4 nm (variable pressure mode), with an acceleration voltage of 0.5-30 kV and variable pressures of 1 to 270 Pa, using a detector of secondary and backscattered electrons, an X-ray detector, and the image processing system Scandium.
In this lamp, electrons were emitted from CNFs using the extraction voltage and accelerated toward the thin film using the acceleration voltage. VUV CL from the [Nd.sup.3+] : Lu[F.sub.3] thin film was emitted through the substrate.
Carbon film synthesis experiments at the maximal acceleration voltage ([U.sub.a] = 5 kV) showed that, at pressure 12.5 mPa or less, synthesis of the film does not occur.
The acceleration voltage was 90 kV, and the ion beam current density was about 1.5 [mu]A x [cm.sup.-2].
In this project, the acceleration voltage of 5kV was used with scanning area of 500 [micro]m to obtain the best image.
where r is the penetration depth, U the acceleration voltage, and [rho] is the material density.
Olshansky, there has been developed a method of EBW using a vertical joint on a vertical wall under acceleration voltage up to 60 kV.
Jointly with NTUU <<KPI>> new PGE-450 electron guns of nominal power 450 kW (acceleration voltage 30 kV), developed at <<KB VMO>> Ltd, equipped with two focusing and one deviation coils, were installed.