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Author Topic: Thermion/Photon and the Work function  (Read 13356 times)
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I see, we have an Electrostatic guy in here.  Full house ya say?

The circuit is now evolves into DC current.  Two dissimilar conductor A and B is connected.  A third conductor C is in alternate contact between A and B.  Direct current is observed.  I would say the circuit affinity Vab = Va - Vb .  One can imagine an energetic conductive particle in place of conductor C.  This form of generation is not chemical.



   
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Why do you think that Vab ≠ 0?

   
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If A and B in contact, one would pull more electron from the other when separate.



   
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@gh

Ok, I understand one the misunderstanding. By "two dissimilar conductors A and B", I should have interpreted "two dissimilar metals".
But it's still not clear. When you say "direct current is observed", which is the circuit where the current is flowing?


   
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