Minimum Sparking Potentials of Barium, Magnesium, and Aluminum in Argon
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4.The symbol which is the initial photoelectric current leaving the cathode is not truly constant and for very large values of i, there is found to be a slight drop in the sparking potential. However, for very small currents such as used in the experiments above, the effect is small and has not been detected experimentally. For further comment, see L. B. Loeb, reference 3, pp. 420–425.
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