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  • n. Plural form of photoelectron.


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  • They're called photoelectrons, and were described by Einstein a hundred years ago, "said Professor Howard.

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  • In order to increase the energy of photoelectrons, a high-transparency metal mesh to which a voltage was applied was mounted near the reflector surface.

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  • It is these indirect photoelectrons that are registered in the apparatuses when photons are absorbed.

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  • This secondary ionization by photoelectrons is an amplification effect .

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  • In their 1955 cyclotron resonance work on photoelectrons in vacuum Franken and Liebes had reported undesirable frequency shifts caused by accidental electron trapping.

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  • For his doctoral thesis he studied the space distribution of photoelectrons ejected from various gases by X-rays.

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  • Shockley's research has been centred on energy bands in solids; order and disorder in alloys; theory of vacuum tubes; self-diffusion of copper; theories of dislocations and grain boundaries; experiment and theory on ferromagnetic domains; experiments on photoelectrons in silver chloride; various topics in transistor physics and operations research on the statistics of salary and individual productivity in research laboratories.

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  • US chemists have developed a novel graphene-based dye that acts as a source of photoelectrons, making it suitable for use in solar cells known as dye-sensitised solar cells (DSSC) - a low cost alternative to silicon ones.

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  • This overlays detailed images with quantitative, standardized data on how many photoelectrons were captured per pixel.

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  • The Evolve camera, however, makes imaging data quantifiable and reproducible by measuring images in units of photoelectrons, which result when photons from fluorescent proteins or reflected light hit the camera's sensors.

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