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Dynamic Characteristics of Glow Discharge Tubes
1.Darrow, Electrical Phenomena in Gases, Chapters IX and XII.
2.Ignition may be defined as the advent of a self‐sustaining discharge, i.e., a discharge which will continue if the initial source of electrons and positive ions is removed. The ignition potential is the voltage at which ignition takes place.
3.Slepian, Conduction of Electricity in Gases, pp. 78–109.
3.R. Seeliger, Zeits. f. Tech. Physik 15, 329 (1934).
4.Breakdown is the increase of current through the discharge without increase of voltage. The voltage at which breakdown takes place is called the breakdown voltage. Ignition is usually followed immediately by breakdown except in tubes in which the product of electrode spacing by gas pressure is very low. (See Slepian, Conduction of Electricity in Gases, pp. 97–101.)
5.The fellowship was granted to W. A. Depp for graduate study and research at this university during the school year 1936–37.
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