Energy of particles ejected during evaporation of carbon
When carbon is evaporated, either by the Bradley method or by a vacuum arc, incandescent particles are observed flying from the source. As reported at the Madison meeting, from the mere fact that these particles are visible, one can deduce a lower limit to their size (1). Since then, trajectories of these particles have been photographed with a high speed motion picture camera.
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