Erratum: “Electron inelastic scattering and secondary electron emission calculated without the single-pole approximation” [J. Appl. Phys. 104, 114907 (2008)]

Mao, S. F.; Li, Y. G.; Zeng, R. G.; Ding, Z. J.
May 2009
Journal of Applied Physics;May2009, Vol. 105 Issue 9, p099902
Academic Journal
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A correction to the article "Electron inelastic scattering and secondary electron emission calculated without the single-pole approximation" printed online on May 8, 2009, is presented.


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