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Use of Millikan–Lauritsen plots, rather than Fowler–Nordheim plots, to analyze field emission current-voltage data
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FIG. 1.

ML plot for emitter X89 characterized by Dyke and Trolan (see Fig. 3 in Ref. 64). All lines except the continuous line drawn through the data points may be disregarded.

Tables

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Table I.

To illustrate the derivation of values for the constant in Eq. (1) using the slopes of FN and ML plots.

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Table II.

Results for the conversion factor , derived from analysis of a ML plot of slope 58.6 Np kV. A local work function of 4.50 eV is assumed. The value estimated from electron microscope observations is also shown.

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Scitation: Use of Millikan–Lauritsen plots, rather than Fowler–Nordheim plots, to analyze field emission current-voltage data
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jap/105/11/10.1063/1.3140602
10.1063/1.3140602
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