Electron Emission in Superfluid and Low-temperature Vapor Phase Helium

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Electron Emission in Superfluid and Low-temperature Vapor Phase Helium

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Title: Electron Emission in Superfluid and Low-temperature Vapor Phase Helium
Author: Silvera, Isaac F.; Tempere, Jacques

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Citation: Silvera, Isaac, and Jacques Tempere. 2008. Electron emission in superfluid and low-temperature vapor phase helium. Physical Review Letters 100(11): 117602.
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Abstract: Tungsten filaments used as sources of electrons in a low temperature liquid or gaseous helium environment have remarkable properties of operating at thousands of degrees Kelvin in surroundings at temperatures of order 1 K. We provide an explanation of this performance in terms of important changes in the thermal transport mechanisms. The behavior can be cast as a first-order phase transition.
Published Version: doi://10.1103/PhysRevLett.100.117602
Other Sources: http://arxiv.org/abs/0802.2881
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