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Multi-electron secondary emission from solid surface bombarded by fast atomic particles

This article reviews the most recent experimental approaches to the study of, and the results of investigations of multi-electron secondary emission resulting from the bombardment of the surface of a solid by atomic particles with energies of 1--10$^3$ keV. The results of measurements of the differential characteristics of secondary electron emission (emission statistics, energy and angular distributions) are discussed. Theoretical approaches to a quantitative description of the principal characteristics of multi-electron secondary emission are considered, and the results of a Monte Carlo modeling, reproducing the principal observed MUSE effects are discussed.

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PACS: 68.49.Jk, 79.20.Hx (all)
DOI: 10.1070/PU1991v034n04ABEH002363
Citation: Leonas V B "Multi-electron secondary emission from solid surface bombarded by fast atomic particles" Sov. Phys. Usp. 34 (4) 317–330 (1991)
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Оригинал: Леонас В Б «Многоэлектронная эмиссия твердых тел, вызванная бомбардировкой ускоренными атомными частицами» УФН 161 (4) 73–100 (1991); DOI: 10.3367/UFNr.0161.199104c.0073

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