Basic Electrical Engineering (v. 1) by P.S. Dhogal

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3. The relation between permittivity and the a and f$ parameters in (2) both for different metals and for varied oxide on the same metal. 4. The transient behavior, in particular the accelerating, autocatalytic build-up of J at constant E. 5. Why ultraviolet radiation increases / for given mean E in the oxide. 15. LIMITATIONS OF CLASSICAL MODEL AND NEED FOR NORMAL MODE TREATMENT In an ionic crystal, the ions are held in place by other ions and cannot be regarded as independent oscillators. This is, of course, well recognized in the theory of lattice dynamics and dielectric properties (97-99).

J. DELL'OCA, D. L. PULFREY, AND L. YOUNG cathode. As these electrons cross the cathode dark space, they are accelerated by the field and their space charge becomes less and less dense. When they have been accelerated through the ionization potential of the gas, they start to ionize its molecules and, at this plane, the plasma begins. The electrons at this position have much smaller kinetic energies than those entering the negative glow of a cold cathode discharge, because the cathode fall is less.

L. PULFREY, AND L. YOUNG for formation entirely in the second electrolyte (and were thus known from previous work). The differential field dV/dD changed quickly to the value typical of the new electrolyte. The product CV where C is the capacitance was unchanged to within 1 %. 14. SUMMARY OF SOME PRINCIPAL FACTS AS REGARDS IONIC CONDUCTION The present position is, therefore, that a theory or model is required which will explain the following: 1. The comparable mobility of both ions in several systems (and the fine points of the tracer experiments).

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