Excess Electron Mobility in Argon Gas in an Extended Temperature and Density Range
The study of the transport properties of excess electrons in dense non polar gases is aimed at understanding the nature of the electron states in a disordered medium and at elucidating how the electron-atom interaction is modified by the interplay between the quantum nature of the electron and the short average interatomic distance in a dense gas.
KeywordsElectron Mobility Excess Electron Electron Energy Distribution Function Electron Drift Velocity Static Structure Factor
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