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Investigations into Electrical Discharges in Gases is a compilation of scientific articles that covers the advances in the investigation of the fundamental processes occurring in electrical discharges in gases and vapors. The book details the different aspects of the whole life cycle of an arc, which include the initiation of a discharge, its transition into an arc, the lateral spread of the arc column, and the recovery of electric strength after extinction of an arc. The text also discusses the methods for the dynamic measurement of vapor density in the vicinity of electrical discharges, along with the method for determining the surface current density at an anode. The selection will be of great use to researchers and practitioners of disciplines that deal with basic gas discharge.
1. On Discharge Striking in Polyatomic Gases at pd < (pd)min
2. Discharge Striking in Non-Uniform Fields at Low Gas Pressures
3. The Spread of Plasma from Discharge
4. Formation of a Self-Substaining Discharge at a Negative Electrode in a Plasma
5. Recovery of Breakdown Strength after a Spark Discharge
6. Extinction of an Auxiliary Arc at High Rates of Decrease of the Discharge Current through a Mercury-Arc Rectifier
7. On the Spraying of Droplets by the Cathode Spot in a Mercury Arc Discharge
8. On the Rebounding of Mercury Droplets from Hard Surfaces
9. On Backfiring Caused by Mercury Droplets
10. A Method of Measurement of Mercury Vapor Density
11. Dynamic Changes of Vapor Density in a High-Voltage Mercury-Arc Rectifier
12. N. A. Neretina: Distribution of Current Density on the Surface of an Odes in Mercury-Arc Rectifiers
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- © Pergamon 1964
- 1st January 1964
- eBook ISBN:
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