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Thin-slab model for field electron emission
26.The parameter is a universal constant and is given here to seven significant figures in order to indicate its status. Obviously, the results of calculations involving should be approximated as appropriate.
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45.Essentially, because it is not obvious whether there exist, slightly above the cap of a CNT, potential plateaus of the kind assumed to exist when local work function is defined for a metal facet.
47.L. D. Filip and J. P. Xanthakis (private communications).
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