Analysis of swarm coefficients in a gas for bi-modal electron energy distribution model

@article{GovindaRaju2015AnalysisOS,
  title={Analysis of swarm coefficients in a gas for bi-modal electron energy distribution model},
  author={Gorur Govinda-Raju},
  journal={Journal of Physics: Conference Series},
  year={2015},
  volume={591}
}
  • G. Govinda-Raju
  • Published 24 March 2015
  • Physics
  • Journal of Physics: Conference Series
Cross sections for collision between electrons and neutrals in a gas discharge are essential for theoretical and computational developments. They are also required to interpret and analyze the results of experimental studies on swarm parameters namely drift velocity, characteristic energy, and ionization and attachment coefficients. The cross sections and swarm coefficients are interconnected through the most important electron energy distribution function. The traditional method of solving the… 
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