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Combined measurements of the thermal, photoelectrical (including photoconductive), and optical conditions aim a t arriving a t more powerful concepts of structures than by one-sided consideration of the thermionic emission of electrons. Introductory formulations have been made (24). They show that, obviously, the band models of emitting alkali- and alkaline-earth-oxide layers are different. As regards BaO layers, R E C E N T ADVASCES I N PHOTOEMISSIOX 19 it appears to be certain that donors as well as acceptors play an important part.
Advances Electronics and Electron Physics. Vol. XI by L. Marton