Velocity map imaging of ions and electrons using electrostatic lenses: Application in

Eppink, Andre T.J.B.; Parker, David H.
September 1997
Review of Scientific Instruments;Sep97, Vol. 68 Issue 9, p3477
Academic Journal
Demonstrates the application of electrostatic lenses to give a substantial improvement of the two-dimensional ion/electron imaging technique. Velocity map imaging; Description of the crossed beam apparatus; Ion optics assemblies; Imaging lens voltage setting; Velocity mapping performance.


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