field emission definition

  • noun:
    • The emission of electrons from surface of a conductor, due to a strong electric area.
    • the emission of electrons from a metal or semiconductor, intoxicated by a very good electric area, by quantum tunneling
    • the emission of electrons that are stripped from mother or father atoms by a higher electric area
    • The emission of electrons from area of a conductor, caused by a solid electric area.
    • the emission of electrons from a metal or semiconductor, intoxicated by a good electric area, by quantum tunneling
    • the emission of electrons being removed from moms and dad atoms by a higher electric industry
    • The emission of electrons through the surface of a conductor, brought on by a stronger electric industry.
    • the emission of electrons from a metal or semiconductor, consuming a very good electric area, by quantum tunneling
    • the emission of electrons that are stripped from parent atoms by a top electric industry
    • The emission of electrons through the area of a conductor, caused by a solid electric field.
    • the emission of electrons from a metal or semiconductor, consuming a solid electric industry, by quantum tunneling
    • the emission of electrons that are removed from parent atoms by a high electric field
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