New Electron Spectroscopy Findings Has Been Reported by S.A. Nepijko et al (Investigation of a Ge nanoparticle film by means of electron stimulated photon emission spectroscopy)
Our news journalists obtained a quote from the research, "Photon emission was stimulated by electron bombardment at energies of several hundred electron volts. Electron field emission from a W-tip was used at tip voltage U-t = 100-600 eV. A spectrometer in combination with a liquid nitrogen cooled charge-coupled device (CCD) camera was used for light detection. Light emission spectra were measured in the energy range 1.18-4.2 eV. They are characterized by features at similar to 1.6 and similar to 3.1 eV."
According to the news editors, the research concluded: "A comparison with light emission spectra obtained with another excitation, i.e. by applying a voltage of U-f = 2 V to the Ge nanoparticle film gives further insight into the mechanism of photon emission."
For more information on this research see: Investigation of a Ge nanoparticle film by means of electron stimulated photon emission spectroscopy.
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