Secondary Emission F'rw Thin Metal Foils Bombarded with To-mev Electrons*


The secondary electron emission coefficient from several elements in the form of thin foils has been measured using 70 MeV electrons as bombarding particles. Using foils with different atomic numbers, it was found that the secondary emission coefficient per target electron in the metal is noticeably larger for light elements, especially in cases of… (More)

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