|Thickness expander (TE) When a piezo-electric element has a large lateral |
extent relative to its thickness, the principle resonance is in the thickness
direction. Examples of this can be seen in Figure 5.6 (b) and (d). A resonance of
this kind is ...
|Therefore a resonance of this kind cannot be resolved within the usual |
experimental temperature range of 1–2 K. A third mechanism which is again
being revived is the absorption of a phonon at the interface and the consequent
desorption or ...
|Basically, this instability results from the gyroresonant interaction between |
energetic electrons and the right-hand-polarized X-mode close to its cut-off.
There is a resonance of this kind when an electron gyrating in the magnetic field
as it drifts ...
|This problem is important because a resonance of this kind is used as the |
reference point in frequency standards5 and also in spectroscopic
measurements of transition frequencies. It should be pointed out that an SF
resonance is of ...
|... the sign of the resonance-induced change in the emission intensity becomes |
reversed, i.e., a resonance of this kind does not increase but reduces the
emission intensity although the electron density still rises (the rise is now smaller
than in ...
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