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Type Venus, D.; Lee, M. J. G.
  Publication Polarization dependence of photoexcitation in photofield emission Volume Journal Article
Pages 1983
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no 8476
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Hadley, K. W.; Donders, P. J.; Lee, M. J. G. Influence of shank profile on laser heating of a field emitter Journal Article 1984 Journal of Applied Physics J. Appl. Phys. 57 no 8559
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Venus, D.; Lee, M. J. G. Sample positioner and deflection energy analyzer for measurements of photofield emission Journal Article 1985 Review of Scientific Instruments Rev. Sci. Instrum. 56 no 8837
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Howell, P. R.; Fleet, D. E.; Page, T. F.; Ralph, B. The segregation of chromium to grain boundaries in tungsten Journal Article 1973 Proceedings 3rd International Conference on Strength of Metals and Alloys, pub. The Institute of Metals,London 1 no 8894
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Kim, I. - S.; Hunn, J. D.; Hashimoto, N.; Larson, D. J.; Maziasz, P. J.; Miyahara, K.; Lee, E. H. Defect and void evolution in oxide dispersion strengthened ferritic steels under 3.2 MeV Fe+ ion irradiation with simultaneous helium injection Journal Article 2000 Journal of Nuclear Materials J. Nucl. Mater. 280 264-274 no 9024
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Kim, S.-H.; Lee, J.Y.; Ahn, J.-P.; Choi, P.-P. Fabrication of Atom Probe Tomography Specimens from Nanoparticles Using a Fusible Bi-In-Sn Alloy as an Embedding Medium Journal Article 2019 Microscopy and Microanalysis 25 2 438-446 atom probe tomography; fusible alloy; nanoparticles We propose a new method for preparing atom probe tomography specimens from nanoparticles using a fusible bismuth-indium-tin alloy as an embedding medium. Iron nanoparticles synthesized by the sodium borohydride reduction method were chosen as a model system. The as-synthesized iron nanoparticles were embedded within the fusible alloy using focused ion beam milling and ion-milled to needle-shaped atom probe specimens under cryogenic conditions. An atom probe analysis revealed boron atoms in a detected iron nanoparticle, indicating that boron from the sodium borohydride reductant was incorporated into the nanoparticle during its synthesis. Cambridge University Press 2019/02/04 1431-9276 no NU @ karnesky @ 11534
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Chi, E. J.; Shim, J. Y.; Baik, H. K.; Lee, S. M. Fabrication of amorphous-carbon-nitride field emitters Journal Article 1997 Applied Physics Letters Appl. Phys. Lett. 71 324-326 Field Emission; Field emitters; Eutectic silicon; Electric currents; Carbon; Electron affinities o improve siliconfield emitters, an amorphous-carbon-nitride (a-CN) coating was applied by helical resonator plasma-enhanced chemical vapor deposition. By this process, a-CN was very uniformly coated on silicon tips without any damage. Microstructural and electrical investigation of the silicon and a-CN coated field emitters were performed. a-CN coating lowered turn-on voltage and increased emission current. Negative electron affinity of carbon nitride is suggested for enhancing emission current. no NU @ karnesky @ 2540
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Bakhtizin, R. Z.; Valeev, V. G. Microroughness field emission electron energy distribution and electron-phonon interaction spectroscopy near the metal surface Journal Article 1988 Physica Status Solidi A Phys. Stat. Sol. A 108 1 251-255 Field Emission Field electron emission is considered from microtips on the metal surface. The possibility is shown of field emission spectroscopy of electron-phonon interaction near the emitting surface and the influence is studied of an increase in the surface potential barrier transparency by application of a weak high-frequency field altering the character of the field electron energy distribution in such a system. no 4012
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Bakhtizin, R. Z.; Valeev, V. G. Field evaporation stimulated by a coherent electromagnetic wave Journal Article 1990 Surface Science Surf. Sci. 231 1-2 135-138 Field Ion Microscopy Laser-stimulated processes of constant field evaporation of surface atoms are described. It is shown that under certain conditions the application of a weak alternating field may enhance ion tunneling and result in a significant increase in ion current. The paper offers a numerical estimation of the expected results of such an experiment. no 4324
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Huang, L.; Lee, Y. H. Experimental method for preparing nanometer scale Pd probe Journal Article 1993 Review of Scientific Instruments Rev. Sci. Instrum. 64 10 3022-3023 Two-step electrochemical etching is used to fabricate a palladium microprobe having a tip diameter less than 20 nm. The first etching is done at 47 V in a solution containing 4:6 volume ratio of HCl:HNO3, while in the second the etching, low voltage pulses are used. no 5327
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