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Gulyaev Y. V., Grigoriev Y. A., Korol V. N., Rehen G. A. Research of the field emission of fractal carbon structures. Izvestiya VUZ. Applied Nonlinear Dynamics, 2005, vol. 13, iss. 1, pp. 88-99. DOI: 10.18500/0869-6632-2005-13-1-88-99

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Research of the field emission of fractal carbon structures

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Gulyaev Yuri Vasilyevich, Kotel'nikov Institute of Radioengineering and Electronics of Russian Academy of Sciences
Grigoriev Yury Alekseevich, Saratov Branch of Kotel`nikov Institute of Radiophysics and Electronics of Russian Academy of Sciences
Korol Vladimir Nikolaevich, Saratov Branch of Kotel`nikov Institute of Radiophysics and Electronics of Russian Academy of Sciences
Rehen Grigorij Abramovich, Open Joint-Stock Company "Scientific-Production Enterprise" Almaz "
Abstract: 

Emission characteristics of autoemitters with a various relief of a Surface are investigated. It is experimentally shown, that reduction of a backlash in microdiod devices inevitably leads to significant growth of macroscopical intensity of an electrostatic field at the set size of an autoemission current. Experimental researches are lead and the approximate approach on the base of fraktal geometry is offered to the analysis of autoemission characteristics of multilevel carbon both tips and patterns structures, enabling to formulate requirements to a configuration of technologically reproduced cold katods with the set properties. The results allow to approve, that the carbon fraktals lattice of pattern type with large borders is a perspective configuration of autoemitters structures is. The carbon autoemitter pattern type with developed fraktal a surface (a figure Peano-Gosper) is offered.

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Received: 
05.10.2004
Accepted: 
17.04.2005
Published: 
30.09.2005
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