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By R. L. Champion (auth.), Loucas G. Christophorou, Isidor Sauers (eds.)

The 6th foreign Symposium on Gaseous Dielectrics was once held in Knoxville, Tennessee, america, on September 23-27, 1990. The symposium endured the trans disciplinary personality and finished process of the previous 5 symposia. Gaseous Dielectrics VI is a close list of the symposium complaints. It covers contemporary advances and advancements in quite a lot of easy, utilized and commercial parts of gaseous dielectrics. it truly is was hoping that Gaseous Dielectrics VI will relief destiny learn and improvement in and inspire wider business use of gaseous dielectrics. The Organizing Committee of the 6th overseas Symposium on Gaseous Dielectrics consisted of L. G. Christophorou (U.S.A.), F. Y. Chu (Canada), A. H. Cookson (U.S.A.), D. L. Damsky (U.S.A.), O. Farish (U.K.), I. Gallimberti (Italy), A. Garscadden (U.S.A.), E. Marode (France), T. Nitta (Japan), W. Pfeiffer (Germany), I. Sauers (U.S.A.), R. J. Van Brunt (U.S.A.), and W. Zaengl (Switzerland). The neighborhood preparations committee consisted of individuals of the overall healthiness and security study department and group of workers of the convention place of work of the Oak Ridge nationwide Laboratory, and employees of the college of Tennessee (UTK). The contributions of every member of those committees, the paintings of the consultation Chairmen, the curiosity of the members, and the recommendation of innumerable colleagues are gratefully acknowledged.

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This we accomplished by measuring the electron attachment rate constant as a function of the attaching gas number density, Na{ for each E/N and then extrapolating ka to Na ---t 0 (Fig. 1). The values of ka(E/N,T) for Na ---t 0 are the ones plotted in Fig. 2 (for CRsCI) and in Fig. 3 (for C2R5CI). 9%. They were further purified with several vacuum distillation cycles. 999%. 9 x 10 16 molecules cm-s at 400 K. 21 x 10 16 molecules cm -s at 400 K. The measured ka(E/N,T) for both CRsCI and C2R5CI were independent of the total gas number density, as expected for a dissociative electron attachment process; low-energy electrons are captured dissociatively to these molecules and yield CIions.

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