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Sputtering of condensed gases by keV-electrons and ions

Ole Ellegard

Sputtering of condensed gases by keV-electrons and ions

by Ole Ellegard

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Published by Riso National Laboratory in Roskilde, Denmark .
Written in English


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Pagination175 p.
Number of Pages175
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Open LibraryOL24725388M

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Sputtering of solid Ne with the hydrogen ions H + 1, H + 2 and H + 3 in the energy range 1–10 keV/atom has been studied by means of a quartz microbalance technique. No enhancement in the yield per atom for molecular ions was found.

The results for hydrogen ions are compared with data for keV by: Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Sputtering of condensed gases by keV-electrons and ions book () North-Holland, Amsterdam Section VIIL Sputtering of condensed gases ELECTRONIC SPUTI'ERING OF SOLID ARGON AND KRYPTON BY keV HYDROGEN IONS J.

SCHOU, R. PEDRYS *, O. ELLEGAARD and H. SORENSEN Association Euratom- Riso National Laboratory, Riso National Laborato~.,Cited by: 3. Most sputtering is done by energetic sulfur ions (s of keV to MeV), but most of the O2 and H2 production is done by cold oxygen ions (temperature ˜ eV, total energy ˜ eV).

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