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Common parametrizations of electron transport, collision cross section, and dielectric strength data for binary gas mixtures

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Van Brunt, R.J. ; National Bureau of Standards, Gaithersburg, Maryland 20899

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Previously used parametrizations of dielectric strengths (electrical breakdown data) for gas mixtures in terms of electron collision and transport parameters are reviewed. A new method of fitting experimental data on dielectric strengths for binary electronegative gas mixtures is proposed based upon the principal assumption that the electron kinetic energy distributions in the gas are Maxwellian. The method provides physical insight into such behavior as pressure‐dependent or pressure‐independent synergisms, and is useful in checking the consistency between dielectric strength data and available information on electron transport and ionization, attachment, and momentum transfer collision cross sections. The method is applied here to the mixtures SF6/N2, CCl2F2/N2, and SF6/CCl2F2.

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Journal of Applied Physics  (Volume:61 ,  Issue: 5 )

Date of Publication:

Mar 1987

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