An Introduction to Gas Discharges by A. M. Howatson (Auth.)

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24) in which k is Boltzmann's constant, using the perfect gas law. The ratio of diffusion coefficient to mobility is therefore proportional to the mean random energy \kT. Although the derivation applies in principle to electrons also, this result is more nearly true in practice for ions. 24) is known as the Einstein relation. 3. Ambipolar Diffusion When a gas contains an appreciable density of diffusing electrons and positive ions, the charge separation resulting from the faster electron diffusion produces an electric field of significant effect.

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