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Electron-Emissive Materials, Vacuum Microelectronics and Flat-Panel Displays: Volume 621 (MRS Proceedings) e-book

Author:

Kevin L. Jensen,Robert J. Nemanich,Paul Holloway,Troy Trottier,William Mackie,Dorota Temple,Junji Itoh

Language:

English

Category:

Transport

Subcategory:

Engineering

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1863 kb

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Rating:

4.8

Publisher:

Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (April 16, 2001)

Pages:

572

ISBN:

1558995293

Electron-Emissive Materials, Vacuum Microelectronics and Flat-Panel Displays: Volume 621 (MRS Proceedings) e-book

by Kevin L. Jensen,Robert J. Nemanich,Paul Holloway,Troy Trottier,William Mackie,Dorota Temple,Junji Itoh


Kevin L. Jensen, Robert J. Nemanich, Paul Holloway.

Kevin L. Cold cathodes offer potential property improvements over conventional thermionic sources - instant on/off performance, high brightness, high-current density, large capacitance ratio, or low-voltage operation characteristics

Kevin L. Cold cathodes offer potential property improvements over conventional thermionic sources - instant on/off performance, high brightness, high-current density, large capacitance ratio, or low-voltage operation characteristics

Electron-emissive materials are poised to improve device performance when physical .

This book contains papers from two symposia held during the 2000 MRS Spring Meeting in San Francisco, all brought together to provide a single comprehensive profile of this dynamic and still advancing field.

Electron-emissive materials are poised to improve device performance . This book contains papers from two symposia held during the 2000 MRS Spring Meeting in San Francisco, all brought together t. .

Flat-panel displays are undoubtedly the largest commercial endeavor to which cold cathode source technology is being directed. Advanced microwave power tubes are one of the most technically challenging applications pursued. This book contains papers from two symposia held during the 2000 MRS Spring Meeting in San Francisco, all brought together to provide a single comprehensive profile of this dynamic and still advancing field.

Electron-Emissive Materials, Vacuum Microelectronics and Flat-Panel Displays Symposium held April . Kevin L. Jensen Robert J. Nemanich Paul Holloway Troy Trottier William Mackie Dorota Temple Junji Itoh.

Electron-Emissive Materials, Vacuum Microelectronics and Flat-Panel Displays Symposium held April 25-27, 2000, San Francisco, California, . g £} A-. Robert J. Nemanich.

Electron-emissive materials, vacuum microelectronics, and flat-panel .Are you sure you want to remove Electron-emissive materials, vacuum microelectronics, and flat-panel displays from your list? Electron-emissive materials, vacuum microelectronics, and flat-panel displays. symposium held April 25-27, 2000, San Francisco, California, .

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Electron-Emissive Materials, Vacuum Microelectronics and Flat-Panel Displays: Volume 621. by William Mackie.

This book differs from previous volumes on wide bandgap semiconductors in that the emphasis is specifically on materials . Electron-Emissive Materials and Vacuum Microelectronics Chairs. Jensen, Dorota Temple, William A. Mackie, Robert J. Nemanich, Junji Itoh.

This book differs from previous volumes on wide bandgap semiconductors in that the emphasis is specifically on materials aspects related to electronic properties and devices. Solid advances ar. More). Investigation on electron field emission behavior of tetrahedral amorphous carbon. Chen, Ion Beam Laboratory, Shanghai Institute of Metallurgy, Chinese Academy o.

Electron-Emissive Materials, Vacuum Microelectronics and Flat-Panel Displays. vol. 621, Electron-Emissive Materials, Vacuum Microelectronics and Flat-Panel Displays, San Francisco, CA, United States, 4/25/00.

Symposia Q/R – Electron-Emissive Materials, Vacuum Microelectronic. Holloway, J. Itoh, . Jensen, W. Mackie, R. Nemanich, D. Temple, T. Trottier. Page/Article number Title Type Online publication date. Low-temperature chemical vapor deposition processes were studied for coating carbon films on metal-coated glass plates. Thermal CVD in hydrocarbon mixtures was used for carbon deposition at temperatures between 300°C and 550°C. Carbon deposited on metal coated glass plates were examined by SEM and analyzed using a pin to disk setup in an ultra high vacuum chamber for measuring the electron emission characteristics.

Electron-emissive materials are poised to improve device performance when physical size, weight, power consumption, beam current, and/or high pulse repetition frequencies are an important issue for competitive performance. Cold cathodes offer potential property improvements over conventional thermionic sources - instant on/off performance, high brightness, high-current density, large transconductance-to-capacitance ratio, or low-voltage operation characteristics. Many extraordinary technologies are developing, some well known, and some new to the electron sources scene. Flat-panel displays are undoubtedly the largest commercial endeavor to which cold cathode source technology is being directed. Advanced microwave power tubes are one of the most technically challenging applications pursued. Other important applications with considerable impact include electron sources for micropropulsion systems and tethers for satellites. Small and stable sources are needed for multibeam lithography, electron microscopes, and other high-tech tools and applications. This book contains papers from two symposia held during the 2000 MRS Spring Meeting in San Francisco, all brought together to provide a single comprehensive profile of this dynamic and still advancing field.

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