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Re: None low energy limit for electron to accelerate in electric field (elnaz yazd)
Re: Question Re: low energy limit for electron to accelerate in electric field (Michael H. Kelsey)
Date: 24 Dec, 2017
From: elnaz yazd <elnaz yazd>

Dear Michael Kelsey I mean that the electron's kinetic energy is increased by the electric field when the energy of electrons is above 100 eV and for energies lower than 100 eV, the energies of electron at the end boundary become equal with the potential difference between two boundary independent of its initial energy. The simulation is carried in vacuum.

Best Regards, Yazdan

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