electron injection

electron injection

[i′lek‚trän in′jek·shən]
(electronics)
The emission of electrons from one solid into another.
The process of injecting a beam of electrons with an electron gun into the vacuum chamber of a mass spectrometer, betatron, or other large electron accelerator.
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MBD Group in Copenhagen sought an alternative control electron injection and exhaust gas evacuation, removing the limitations imposed by mechanical components.
NIST researchers were the first to apply time-resolved infrared spectroscopy to unambiguously reveal that electron injection from excited electronic states of the dye molecules (e.
During this webinar, fundamentals of FLASH technology testing will be reviewed, incorporating a discussion of Fowler-Nordheim (FN) and Hot Electron Injection (HEI) programming and erasing.
Of that total, the value of core, functional OLED materials-active layer materials like emitters, hosts, dopants, and hole and electron injection, transport, and blocking materials, but excluding electrodes, substrates, and encapsulation materials-will exceed $265 million this year, and grow to just over $1.
First, the transport layer assists effective electron injection from the electrode into the emitting layer accompanied by a lowering of drive voltage.
The contract is for the turn-key supply of a 200 MeV electron injection linear accelerator for BNL's next-generation National Synchrotron Light Source (NSLS-II).
Also, Electron Transporting Layer (ETL) and Electron Injection Layer (EIL) materials have been developed that enable low OLED voltage and high power efficiency.
Programming of each bit is performed by hot electron injection, erase is performed by band to band tunneling, and read by the reverse read mechanism.
Motorola's papers at the NVM Workshop include: - "Warm Carrier Programming of Si Nanocrystalline Memories" - "Local Charge Storage in Silicon Nanocrystalline Memories" - "An Embedded 90nm SONOS flash EEPROM Utilizing Hot Electron Injection Programming and 2-sided Hot Hole Injection Erase" - "Validation of a Predictive SONOS Model"
High-speed writing High-speed memory cell programming at a low voltage have been made possible by the hot electron injection method(5) used with the 1-Gbit product.
NOR cell uses source-side hot electron injection, which is a thousand