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Vacuum breakdown at a ceramic surface in a microwave cavity

Vacuum breakdown at a ceramic surface in a microwave cavity

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A series of tests on titanium dioxide (titania) is reported. A surface breakdown strength in excess of 60 kV/cm was established. A bond, formed by evaporating a thin film of aluminium onto the titania surface, proved successful in eliminating breakdown initiated at metal-ceramic contacts.

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