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K. Davies, L. E. Kline and R. R. Mitchell for supplying data employed in Figs. 1, 2 and 3, and for stimulating discussions . REFERENCES (1) R. E. Wootton, R. W. Liebermann, M. R. Kegelman and B. J. Thompson, Prediction of electrical breakdown carbonization of gases and gas mixtures, Session VIII, this meeting. (2) A. Wieland, Gas breakdown mechanisms in electronegative gases (SFg) and in gas mixtures, ETZ-A 9 4 , 370 (1973). (3) R. Geballe and M. L. Reeves, A condition on uniform field breakdown in electronattaching gases, Phys.

Such an effect is very common in binary mixtures and is typically prem 39 CURVE 720636-A 1 1 I 1 I ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 r Electron Energy, e . (eV) Fig. 3. The normalized F ( E ) D E = 1 1 electron energy distributions computed (ref. 13) for the conditions indicated, velocity are shown for reference. The mean electron energy e and the drift dieted by the Wieland approximation. This approximation has been shown above to be exact if the individual gases and hence their mixture have identical energy distributions.

Gockenbach, Electrical strength of some freons and their mixtures with nitrogen and S F , ETZ-A 9 9 , 328 (1978). 6 (6) T. Takuma, T. Watanabe and K. Kita, Breakdown characteristics of compressedgas mixtures in nearly uniform fields, Proc. IEE 119, 927 (1972). (7) L. S. Frost and A. V. Phelps, Rotational excitation and momentum transfer cross sections for electrons in H and N from transport coefficients, Phys. Rev. 127, 1621 (1962). 2 (8) 2 For example, see J. J. Lowke, A. V. Phelps and B. W. Irwin, Predicted electron transport coefficients and operating characteristics of C 0 - N - H e laser mixtures, J.

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