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#05 Nano Electron Emitters

An electron emitter formed from plasma-enhanced chemical vapour deposited, vertically aligned multi-walled carbon nanotubes, each 25 nm in diameter and 3 um long. The central bundles are independent electrodes capable of modulating the emission profile of the electron beam. - Matt Cole
#05 Nano Electron Emitters
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