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Electron stimulated desorption from the 316 L stainless steel as a function of impact electron energy
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10.1116/1.4798256
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(Color online) Layout of the ESD test facility. A is a filament feedthroughs, B is a cooling jacket, C is a chillier unit, F is a filament, T is a test chamber, G1 is an extractor gauge, G2 is an inverted magnetron gauge, RGA is a residual gas analyzer, P1 is a turbo pump, and P2 and P3 are scroll pumps.

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(Color online) Comparison of ESD yields η measured at three different electron energies as a function of accumulated electron dose for four different gas species: (a) H2, (b) CH4, (c) CO, and (d) CO2.

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(Color online) Comparison of ESD yields η measured at three different electron energies as a function of amount of desorbed gas Q for four different gas species: (a) H2, (b) CH4, (c) CO, and (d) CO2. Open symbols are from energy scans after bombardment at 50 eV for S1 and 500 eV for S2.

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(Color online) H2 and CO pressure reading during electron energy scan completed after the 50 eV bombardments on sample S1.

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(Color online) H2 ESD yield as a function of electron energy obtained for the data shown in Fig. 4 . Experimental conditions: 1—energy increases, 2—energy decreases. ESD yields: A—measured, B—corrected with formula (2) .

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FIG. 6.

(Color online) ESD yields as a function of energy measured on sample S4 after bombardment with 5 keV electrons for different gas species: (a)H2 and CH4, (b) CO and CO2; at three different accumulated electron doses: D1 = 1.03 × 1022 e/m2, D2 = 1.03 × 1023 e/m2, and D3 = 1.05 × 1024e/m2.

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Scitation: Electron stimulated desorption from the 316 L stainless steel as a function of impact electron energy
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/avs/journal/jvsta/31/3/10.1116/1.4798256
10.1116/1.4798256
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