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Electron emission from a single Spindt‐type field emitter structure: Correlation of theory and experiment
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10.Detectors are fabricated by Berkeley Sensor and Actuator Center, University of California, Berkeley under a joint research agreement, and the field emitters by Stanford Research Institute (SRI), Palo Alto, CA under a research contract.
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