New observation of trapped charge transportation on circularly bound polymethylmethacrylate surface

Gong, H.; Ong, C.K.
October 1995
Applied Physics Letters;10/9/1995, Vol. 67 Issue 15, p2243
Academic Journal
Examines trapped charge transportation on circularly bound polymethylmethacrylate surface. Observance of bright under scanning electron microscope image; Effect of voltage on the number and diameter of the rings; Relationship between the bright rings and the accumulated charge.


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