有機液体中で機械的に研磨された銅表面の光電子放出特性 [in Japanese] Photoelectron Emission from Copper Freshly Abraded in Organic Liquids [in Japanese]
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The characteristics of photoelectron emission (PE) from copper abraded in organic liquids such as alcohols, aromatics, ether, ketone, and ester have been investigated. PE was measured by varying the wavelength of incident light at several temperatures between 25 and 300°C, which were successively changed in two round cycles of elevating and lowering temperatures. PE intensity depended greatly on the measurement temperature. The maximum PE appearing at 250°C in the temperature-elevation of the first cycle, also, depended markedly on the organic liquids used. The order of the maximum PE value for organic liquids was explained as corresponding significantly with that of the acid base interaction of the organic liquid and abraded surface.
- Jitsumu Hyomen Gijutsu
Jitsumu Hyomen Gijutsu 47(12), 1075-1081, 1996-12-01
The Surface Finishing Society of Japan