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5±1 volts with respect to the anode B. The data from which the lower part (ABD) of the curves in Fig. 4 was plotted are given in the first and third columns of Table I. 5. f 1000 1* A*CSTRiKE$ 900 r 800 700 600 • ^1 $ 500 jfk | "209 100 k 0 Ϊ 100 200 300 br -40 101 HH ^4 B ^30 J\I f[ ^20 AREAL *M-L· 1 iäf *** 5/CM* MPS\ Γ ^Τθ EH, VOLTS (FROM ANODE) Ό FIG. 4. A typical current-voltage curve of collector H. For a plane collector of infinite extent the positive ion current should be • independent of the potential.
The derivation of this equation and tables of the function a are being published by Langmuir and Blodgett in the July number of the Physical Review, Vol. 24. 4 30 Studies of Electric Discharges in Gases at Low Pressures cylinders and 4 πα2 for spheres, / being the length of the cylinder and a thè radius of the sheath obtained from β or a in equations (13), (14), (16), and (17). When the sheath radius is large compared to that of the collector and espe cially when the initial velocities of the electrons or ions are high the orbital motion of the particles must be considered.
We have already discussed how the current to cy lindrical or spherical collectors varies with the accelerating potential because of changes in sheath area or orbital effects. The resulting change in slope, although it occurs only when the collector is above the space potential, pro- 38 * Studies of Electric Discharges in Gases at Lozv Pressures duces a transition curve which may be hard to distinguish from that discussed in the foregoing paragraphs. With plane collectors, although orbital effects are absent, there are edge corrections (to be analyzed below) which produce a gradual approach to the horizontal portion of the curve.