auger electron

auger electron
auger electron

Auger effect – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Auger effect is a physical phenomenon in which the filling of an inner-shell vacancy of an atom is accompanied by the emission of an electron from the same atom.

Auger electron spectroscopy – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Auger electron ( zh ilektrn ) ( atomic physics ) An electron that is expelled from an atom in the Auger effect.

Auger electron: Definition from Answers.com
After an inner shell excitation an atom has an energy above its ground state. It can relax and lose some of this energy in …

X-ray and Auger – M A T T E R – Materials Science …
1. Ionization: A hole in an inner shell (here: K shell) is generated by an incident high-energy electron that loses the corresponding …

Auger electrons – ETH Zürich – Eidgenössische Technische …
EAG Labs offers an analytical technique called Auger Electron Spectroscopy which utilizes a high-energy electron beam as an excitation source.

auger electron
auger electron

auger electron
auger electron

auger electron
auger electron

auger electron
auger electron

auger electron
auger electron

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