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Evidence for the nonohmic interface contact is presented in section IV-6. Thus, at lorn current densities the interface voltage may be negligible whereas at high current densities it may be comparable to the coating voltage. Fineman and Eisenstein62described the results of double probe pulsed measurements on one pure electrolytic base cathode which at 10 A/cme2 had an interface voltage in excess of the coating voltage. More recent measurements by DillingerT8and MutterT9place the interface voltage at about one-half the coating voltage when measured under similar conditions and explain the above cited high ratio as due to a poor mechanical coating bond.

As nb increases, the electron traps will become completely filled with a corresponding reduction of ( p - eo)/k until the limiting value Ae/2k is reached. Throughout this discussion it was assumed that the electron mean free path is independent of the state of activation and temperature. In general, the concentration of impurity centers is so small that interstitial atoms or vacant lattice sites will have a negligible effect on the mean free path. , such as that covered in the various conductivity studies, the mean free path cannot be regarded as a constant.

9 X 1Ol8 The use of larger values of ZO or smaller values of Ar results in a breakdown of eq. ( 5 ) , which is applicable only when nj << nb. When the number of conduction electrons approaches the number of impurity levels a reduction in the value of €0 - p should occur, giving a conductivity slope less than Ac/2k. Under these conditions, the slope should vary slowly with temperature but not in a manner to explain the “breaks” in the curves. Whether the change of slope with activation, Fig. 5(C), can be explained on this basis is problematical and must await further conductivity measurements covering a wide range of temperatures.