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Physics 9826bLecture 4 UHV January 23, 2013 1
Lecture 4 1
Lecture 4Ultrahigh Vacuum Science and Technology
References:1)Leybold Product and Vacuum Technology Reference Book2)Woodruff & Delchar, pp. 4
 –
113)Luth, pp.6-174)Kolasinski, Chapter 2, pp. 57 -61,5)Yates, Chapter 1
Why do we need UHV
?1 Atmosphere = 760 torr; 1 torr = 133 Pa; N ~ 2.5
10
19
molecules/cm
3
Hertz-Knudsen equation
 At p
= 10
-6
Torr it takes ~ 1 s to one molecule thick layer (1 ML)So, for reasonable measurement times:at
 p
= 10
-10
Torr it takes ~ 10
4
s = 2.75 hrs for 1 ML
2/1
)2(
mk  p Z 
 B
  
Outline
1.Basic Principles of UHV2.How to attain UHV?3.Pumping through conducting elements4.UHV Setups5.Pumps6.Material Considerations
Lecture 4 2
P, V, N 
topumparea
 A
 
Physics 9826bLecture 4 UHV January 23, 2013 2
Universal density scale
Lecture 4 3
 
Lecture 4 4
4.1 Basic Principles of UHV
 
Use 3 interrelated concepts to define vacuum (all related to pressure)
Molecular Density
(average number of molecules/unit volume)
Mean Free Path
(average distance between molecular collisions)
Time to monolayer formation
,
t
ML
 
Physics 9826bLecture 4 UHV January 23, 2013 3
Mean Free Path
Mean free path
(average distance traveled between collisions)- depends on the size of the molecule and molecular density (pressure)
where
is the molecular diameter, in
cm
, and
n
is the number of molecules per 
cm
3
.
Lecture 4 5
=12
 
For air at room temperature, the mean free path (in
cm
)
 
can be found from
=0.005

 
Mean Free Path correction for different gasses
Lecture 4 6

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