- From: "Szczepan Bialek" <sz.bialek@xxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 29 Apr 2012 18:21:55 +0200
"It was also difficult to understand why the emission currents, generated by
applying high electric fields to metals at room temperature, were almost
independent of temperature." From:
"An electromagnetic (or any other) wave experiences partial transmittance
and partial reflectance when the medium through which it travels suddenly
Are you sure that the electrons do not jump off from your antennas?
- Re: Fermi-Dirac statistics
... applying high electric fields to metals at room temperature, ... Are you sure that the electrons do not jump off from your antennas? ...
- Re: Metallic bond
... Metals are generally very electropositive (or, ... When sodium reacts with chlorine, ... potato" with the electrons. ... Solid state physics is unnecessary to convey ...
- Re: What is a Solid State Emmiter?
... one form of energy which can be conveniently used to speed up the electron. ... For example, if the tempature of a metal is gradually raised, the electrons ... Without the glow, ... it only "enables" the energy present on the metals to flow. ...
- Re: Need help for painting the periodic table
... Halogens with 7 electrons would tend to take an ... > Alkali Metal's single outer electron. ... > alkali earth metals or should they be grouped with Boron, ... Group IA (alkali metals) and IIA fill the s-shell. ...
- Re: OT - Global Warming Revisited
... "Free electrons are supposedly one of the main reasons why *METALS* ... conduct heat so well compared to other substances." ... >>electrical conduction also take part in the transfer of heat. ...