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I could not figure out definition of arc voltage and arc current. Is that true arc voltage if the potential differences between dual electrode and the current is flow through one of these electrode? any help would be appreciated.
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i have the same difficulty, who can help us?
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I could not figure out definition of arc voltage and arc current. Is that true arc voltage if the potential differences between dual electrode and the current is flow through one of these electrode? any help would be appreciated.
It would appear that the arc voltage and current refer to the voltage and current in the arc section of the ion source.

http://pag.lbl.gov/images/MEVVA%20principle.jpg
Ref: http://pag.lbl.gov/Proj_VacArcIonS.htm

The other part is the extractor.


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