Electron transmission through a macroscopic platinum capillary

D. Borka, V. Borka Jovanović, C. Lemell, K. Tőkési

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Abstract

We present simulations for electron transmission through a platinum macrocapillary (diameter d = 3.3. mm, length l = 48. mm) using classical transport theory. Both elastic and inelastic scattering events of primary electrons colliding with the inner wall of the capillary are taken into account. We also model the generation and transport of secondary electrons inside the material. We find excellent agreement of our simulated electron-energy spectra with recent experimental data for 200. eV primary electrons.

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Platinum
platinum
Electrons
electrons
transport theory
Inelastic scattering
Elastic scattering
elastic scattering
inelastic scattering
energy spectra
electron energy
simulation

Keywords

  • Electron scattering from surfaces
  • Energy loss
  • Platinum capillary
  • Transmission

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Nuclear and High Energy Physics
  • Instrumentation

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