beta decay

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radioactive decay of an atomic nucleus that is accompanied by the emission of a beta particle

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Note that the ionization for the 2p shell of cobalt results in an XPS spectrum with two peaks or a doublet corresponding to its electron emission.
In their experiments, the scientists mounted a single, 10-nanometer-wide carbon nanotube on the end of an electron microscope's tungsten tip, applied an electric field, and studied the nanotube's electron emission.
A promising solution is to increase the electron emission length in photo-anode electrode made of titanium dioxide nanoparticles with its one-dimensional nanostructures.
Applied Nanotech holds more than 250 patents and patents pending covering areas as diverse as emission displays and lighting devices using electron emission from carbon nanotubes, nanocomposites and sensors.
is a premier research and development organization dedicated to developing applications for nanotechnology with an extremely strong position in the field of electron emission applications from carbon film/nanotubes.
These compounds show promising results for electron emission and we are pleased to further expand our already dominant IP position in the field.
CopyTele's thin compact Flat CRT display not only preserves the desirable characteristics of CRT's, but also achieves high brightness, has a unique low voltage and power electron emission system, and has built-in pixel memory.
is a premier research and commercialization organization dedicated to developing applications for nanotechnology with an extremely strong position in the field of electron emission applications from carbon film/nanotubes.
Power Chips plc, based in Gibraltar, is developing solid state thermotunnelling devices which use a combination of thermionic emission and quantum mechanical electron tunnelling to increase the rate of electron emission in solid-state converters.