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000000079 088__ $$aI07/1988/P-343
000000079 100__ $$aMazurek, B$$uWroclaw University of Technology, Poland
000000079 245__ $$aThe Effect of Low Temperature on the Role Played by Electrodes   in Vacuum Breakdown
000000079 260__ $$c1989-02-19
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000000079 500__ $$aIEEE Transactions on Electrical Insulation. 1989 vol. 24, nr 6, s. 933-936
000000079 520__ $$aElectrical breakdown requires the creation of plasma in inter electrode space. The electrodes are the source of plasma, but the more important dense plasma is created on the anode. In a system with an insulating spacer, the insulator material is the source of plasma. The cooling of the anode needs more energy for plasma creation. Similarly, cooling of the insulator part where the plasma is created increases the electrical strength.
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