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However, there is an upper limit to the current that may be injected because of the space-charge limitation of the electric field. This may be understood in the following way: above a certain threshold of the electric field, the electrons in the bulk of the gas have enough energy to ionize the molecules of the gas. As a result, a large number of positive and negative carriers are created. In uniform fields these ionization processes will cause breakdown of the gas, but in nonuniform fields, such as those produced by a wire or a needle in front of a coaxial or of a plane electrode, the region of ionization may be limited to the neighbourhood of the part of the electrode with the smallest radius of curvature.

There is a first layer of absorbed solvent molecules and to a lesser extend also molecules, ions and ionic pairs originated from the dissolved impurities. This first layer define a plane called the inner Helmholtz plane. Here the absorption can be due to chemical bonds and it may happen that the absorbed ions have the same charge as the electrode. A second layer, called the outer Helmholtz plane, is formed with solvated ions of polarity opposed to the electrode. Both layers define the compact double charged sublayer, also called the Stern layer, and its width, lH, is of the order of the solvated ionic radius.

A. : Colloidal Dispersions. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 1989. 21. : Fundamentals of interface and colloid science. Vol. 2. Academic Press, 1995. 41 A. Castellanos 42 Chapter 3 MECHANICAL EQUATIONS Ordinary fluids may be treated as a continuous media over a wide range of pressures and temperatures. In this chapter we present the fundamentals such as the deformation and the stress tensor required to understand any deformable fluid medium. This is followed by the iniroduction of the conservation laws for mass and momentum in a general setting.

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