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Dependence of maximum electron emission (A/cm^2) at the surface of a wire changing Temperature (300--1300 K) and Work Function (1--2.75 eV).

Dependence of maximum electron emission (A/cm^2) at the surface of a wire changing Temperature (300--1300 K) and Work Function (1--2.75 eV).

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A) General overview of INFN-LNF experiments using Constantan wires and motivations. Several of key points shown at ICCF22 (September 8-13, 2019, Assisi-Italy), [DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.26669.64485]. B) Experimental evidence of the role of the Deuterium gas flux and electrical excitations, by unbiased collection and analysis of (our) over 80 tests/expe...

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... From that moment, attempts to further increase AHE focused on the introduction of different types of knots, leading to the choice of the "Capuchin" type (see Fig. 4) and, later, the "advanced Capuchin knot" (but mechanically quite ...