By Osawa E.
The 1st ever e-book at the functions of fullerenes and nanotubes. World's specialists at the commercial use of those new kinds of carbon contributes chapters, which are in response to lectures given in a wide workshop hung on February 2001, and extended thereafter. The contents are meant when you have an interest within the exploration of business purposes of fullerenes and carbon nanotubes.
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Similar current fluctuations have been already reported for the field emission from glassy carbon tips in 1978 . The origin of the stepwise changes was not clear so far, but it is revealed by the present experiment to be due to the adsorption and desorption of molecules on the surface of the carbon emitter. 3. Energy distribution of emitted electrons Figure 6 shows the energy distribution of electrons emitted from a central pentagon with a clean surface. The voltage applied to the emitter is –780 V and the tip temperature is room temperature.