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Multipactor discharge on metals and dielectrics: Historical review and recent theories
This paper reviews the history of multipactor discharge theory, focusing on recent models of multipactor accessibility and saturation. Two cases are treated in detail: That of a first-order,Expand
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Effects of an external magnetic field, and of oblique radio-frequency electric fields on multipactor discharge on a dielectric
This paper analyzes, separately, the effects of an external magnetic field, the rf magnetic field, and of an oblique rf electric field, on multipactor discharge on a dielectric. Using Monte CarloExpand
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New scaling of child-langmuir law in the quantum regime.
This paper presents a consistent quantum mechanical model of Child-Langmuir (CL) law, including electron exchange-correlation interaction, electrode's surface curvature, and finite emitter area. TheExpand
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Klein tunnelling model of low energy electron field emission from single-layer graphene sheet
By considering the effect of Klein tunneling for low energy electrons with linear energy dispersion, a model has been constructed to calculate the amount of emitted line current density from aExpand
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Quantum extension of Child-Langmuir law
Summary form only given, as follows. In the advent fields of nano-technology, electrode gaps with scales down to nanometer regime can be fabricated. On such a nano scale, quantum effects such asExpand
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Generalized Fowler-Nordheim field-induced vertical electron emission model for two-dimensional materials
Current theoretical description of field-induced electron emission remains mostly bounded by the classic Fowler-Nordheim (FN) framework developed nearly one century ago. For the emerging class ofExpand
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Ultrashort-pulse child-langmuir law in the quantum and relativistic regimes.
This Letter presents a consistent quantum and relativistic model of short-pulse Child-Langmuir (CL) law, of which the pulse length tau is less than the electron transit time in a gap of spacing D andExpand
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Two-dimensional analytical Mott-Gurney law for a trap-filled solid
The letter presents a two-dimensional analytical model of the space charge limited (SCL) current injection in a solid with exponentially distributed trap energy state. By considering that theExpand
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Universal Scaling Laws in Schottky Heterostructures Based on Two-Dimensional Materials.
We identify a new universality in the carrier transport of two-dimensional (2D) material-based Schottky heterostructures. We show that the reversed saturation current (J) scales universally withExpand
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Space-charge-limited flows in the quantum regime
This paper reviews the recent developments of space-charge-limited (SCL) flow or Child-Langmuir (CL) law in the quantum regime. According to the classical CL law for planar diodes, the currentExpand
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