Temperature programmed desorption-mass spectrometer with supersonic molecular beam inlet system

Danon, Albert; Avraham, Ifat; Koresh, Jacob E.
December 1997
Review of Scientific Instruments;Dec1997, Vol. 68 Issue 12, p4359
Academic Journal
Demonstrates a novel atmospheric temperature programmed desorption-mass spectrometer (TPD-MS) device based on supersonic molecular beams (SMB). Coupling between SMB and TPD-MS; Quantitative adsorption measurements of adsorbing gas and vapors; Demonstration of the high sensitivity TPD measurements.


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