Handbook Of Thermionic Properties – Fomenko, Samsonov (Ed)

In this post, we will see the book Handbook Of Thermionic Properties by V. S. Fomenko,  further edited by G. V. Samsonov .

About the book

The current rapid development of cathode electronics has led to extensive investigations of the emission properties of chemical elements and their compounds. This expansion of research is aimed at the continual refinement of data already available and the steady widening of the circle of materials under investigation. These events have necessitated a whole series of additions and changes in this handbook, even though the original Russian edition was published only in 1964.
Every effort has been made to include all available information on each element or compound. Particular attention has been given to bringing the sections on borides and carbides of the transition and rare metals up to date, since interest in these compounds has recently been fanned by their widespread use as cathode materials. A whole new section on the thermionic properties of aluminides has been introduced.

The list of pertinent literature has been augmented by new contributions published in the years 1963-1965, as well as some earlier publications that had escaped notice in the Russian edition.

It is the author’s hope that the handbook will prove of great value to American readers interested in the emission properties of the elements and compounds, and that it will contribute to the further development of research in this promising and most timely field of electronics.

The book was translated from Russian and was published in 1966.

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Contents

I. CHEMICAL ELEMENTS 1

II. CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS 5

1. Simple Oxides 69
2. Complex Oxides 80
3. Salts 86
4. Borides 87
5. Carbides 93
6. Nitrides 103
7. Aluminides 104
8. Silicides 105
9. Chalcogenides 106
10. Intermetallides 117
11. Miscellaneous Chemical Compounds 117

III CHEMICAL ELEMENTS ON SUBSTRATES (METAL—FILM) 118

IV CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS ON SUBSTRATES 126

REFERENCES 139

 

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