High velocity ion microprobes and their source requirements (invited)

Legge, G.J.F.; Moloney, G.R.; Colman, R.A.; Allan, G.L.
March 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;Mar96, Vol. 67 Issue 3, p909
Academic Journal
Explores a wide range of obtainable information using high velocity ion microprobes and their source requirements. High current ion beam microanalysis (IBMA); Ion optics of accelerator-based ion microprobes; High resolution IBMA techniques; Optical designs for the microprobe; Options for improved brightness.


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