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Published by Chapman & Hall .
Written in English

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Statementtranslated from the German! by Dr. Phil. S. Wagener.
ContributionsWagener, Siegfried.
The Physical Object
Number of Pages311
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Open LibraryOL21521450M

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Herrmann, Günther, Oxide-coated cathode. London, Chapman & Hall, (OCoLC) Document Type. The most common type of indirectly heated cathode is the oxide-coated cathode, in which the nickel cathode surface has a coating of alkaline earth metal oxide to increase emission. One of the earliest materials used for this was barium oxide ; it forms a monatomic layer of .   The Oxide-Coated Cathode, Vol. 1: Manufacture; Vol. 2: Physics, Including Thermal Emission from Metals and Semi-Conductors.G. Herrmann and Phil S. Wagener; trans Cited by: 1. Full text of "The Oxide Coated Cathode (G. Hermann, S. Wagener) " See other formats.

Looking for oxide-coated cathode? Find out information about oxide-coated cathode. A cathode that has been coated with oxides of alkaline-earth metals to improve electron emission at moderate temperatures. Also known as Wehnelt cathode Explanation of oxide-coated cathode. This chapter discusses some of the recent oxide cathode researches to reexamine certain of the earlier publications to ascertain whether the experimental results are consistent with the modern theory of semiconductors and suggest new experiments which may lead to Cited by: A THEORY OF THE OXIDE-COATED CATHODE LEY A.E.R.E., Harwell (Gt. Britain) (Received in revised form Novem ) SUMMARY A new model is presented in order to explain a variety of previous observations on the oxide-coated thermionic cathode, as well as the behaviour of a number of other oxide layer by: The Oxide-Coated Cathode By Dr. G. Herrmann and Dr. S. Wagener. Translated by Dr. S. Wagener. Vol. 1: Manufacture. Pp. viii + ; 21s. net. Vol. 2: Physics.

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