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Study of the Secondary Electron Yield in Dielectrics Using Equivalent Circuital Models

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Study of the Secondary Electron Yield in Dielectrics Using Equivalent Circuital Models. / Banón-Caballero, David; Socuellamos, Juan; Mata, Rafael; Mercadé, Laura; Gimeno, Benito; Boria, Vicente; Raboso, David; Semenov, Vladimir; Rakova, Elena; Sánchez-Royo, Juan; Segura, Alfredo.

In: IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, Vol. 46, No. 4, 04.2018, p. 859-867.

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Banón-Caballero, D, Socuellamos, J, Mata, R, Mercadé, L, Gimeno, B, Boria, V, Raboso, D, Semenov, V, Rakova, E, Sánchez-Royo, J & Segura, A 2018, 'Study of the Secondary Electron Yield in Dielectrics Using Equivalent Circuital Models', IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, vol. 46, no. 4, pp. 859-867. https://doi.org/10.1109/TPS.2018.2809602

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Banón-Caballero, D., Socuellamos, J., Mata, R., Mercadé, L., Gimeno, B., Boria, V., Raboso, D., Semenov, V., Rakova, E., Sánchez-Royo, J., & Segura, A. (2018). Study of the Secondary Electron Yield in Dielectrics Using Equivalent Circuital Models. IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, 46(4), 859-867. https://doi.org/10.1109/TPS.2018.2809602

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Banón-Caballero D, Socuellamos J, Mata R, Mercadé L, Gimeno B, Boria V et al. Study of the Secondary Electron Yield in Dielectrics Using Equivalent Circuital Models. IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science. 2018 Apr;46(4):859-867. https://doi.org/10.1109/TPS.2018.2809602

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Banón-Caballero, David ; Socuellamos, Juan ; Mata, Rafael ; Mercadé, Laura ; Gimeno, Benito ; Boria, Vicente ; Raboso, David ; Semenov, Vladimir ; Rakova, Elena ; Sánchez-Royo, Juan ; Segura, Alfredo. / Study of the Secondary Electron Yield in Dielectrics Using Equivalent Circuital Models. In: IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science. 2018 ; Vol. 46, No. 4. pp. 859-867.

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abstract = "Secondary electron emission has an important role on the triggering of the multipactor effect; therefore, its study and characterization are essential in radio-frequency waveguide applications. In this paper, we propose a theoretical model, based on equivalent circuit models, to properly understand charging and discharging processes that occur in dielectric samples under electron irradiation for secondary electron emission characterization. Experimental results obtained for Pt, Si, GaS, and Teflon samples are presented to verify the accuracy of the proposed model. Good agreement between theory and experiments has been found.",
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AU - Boria, Vicente

AU - Raboso, David

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AU - Rakova, Elena

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AU - Segura, Alfredo

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N2 - Secondary electron emission has an important role on the triggering of the multipactor effect; therefore, its study and characterization are essential in radio-frequency waveguide applications. In this paper, we propose a theoretical model, based on equivalent circuit models, to properly understand charging and discharging processes that occur in dielectric samples under electron irradiation for secondary electron emission characterization. Experimental results obtained for Pt, Si, GaS, and Teflon samples are presented to verify the accuracy of the proposed model. Good agreement between theory and experiments has been found.

AB - Secondary electron emission has an important role on the triggering of the multipactor effect; therefore, its study and characterization are essential in radio-frequency waveguide applications. In this paper, we propose a theoretical model, based on equivalent circuit models, to properly understand charging and discharging processes that occur in dielectric samples under electron irradiation for secondary electron emission characterization. Experimental results obtained for Pt, Si, GaS, and Teflon samples are presented to verify the accuracy of the proposed model. Good agreement between theory and experiments has been found.

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