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Ion production by electron impact.

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Published by Academic Press in London, New York .
Written in English

  • Ionization.,
  • Molecular dynamics.,
  • Mass spectrometry.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliography.

    LC ClassificationsQD561 .R32 1962
    The Physical Object
    Pagination242 p.
    Number of Pages242
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5829849M
    LC Control Number61018781

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Ion production by electron impact. by Rowland Ivor Reed Download PDF EPUB FB2

The book provides a comprehensive guide to the construction, operation, diagnostics, and applications of electron impact ion sources for the production of highly charged ions. Beside the treatment of elementary processes and ion storage in electron impact ion sources, characteristic diagnostic methods for these sources are described which are related to plasma Cited by: Additional Ion production by electron impact.

book Format: Online version: Reed, Rowland Ivor. Ion production by electron impact. London, New York, Academic Press, (OCoLC)   Such is the case with the (seemingly) conceptually simple and familiar mechanism of electron impact ionization of atoms, molecules, and ions.

Not only has the multi-body nature of the collision given ground to theoretical effort only grudgingly, but also the variety and subtlety of processes contributing to ionization have helped insure that progress has come only with.

MH2+⋅ ion production from protonated polypeptides by electron impact: observation and determination of ionization energies and a cross-section. Irradiation of gas-phase MH+ ions of polypeptides up to MW by 11 to 70 eV electrons produced further ionization: MH++e−→MH2++2 e−, with ionization thresholds of ± eV for [Arg-8]-vasopressin (MW ), ± eV for substance P (MW.

The principle of operation of an EBIS is shown in Fig. The ion production in an EBIS is based on electron impact ionization in a high-density electron beam that is compressed by a strong magnetic field produced by magnetic coils. An electron gun with a cathode of high emissivity produces the electron Size: 9MB.

Electron-impact single-ionization cross sections for the W5+ ion have been studied experimentally and theoretically. Measurements of a detailed ionization spectrum and of absolute cross sections.

Electron impact ionization (ei) is by far the most commonly used ionization method. The effluent from the GC enters a partially enclosed ion source. Electrons “boiled” from a hot wire or ribbon (filament) are accelerated typically by 70 V (and thus have 70 eV of energy) before entering the ion source through a small aperature.

GASEOUS IONIZATION AND ION TRANSPORT: An Introduction to Gas Discharges Electron Impact Ionization The main focus of this manuscript to gain an understanding of gaseous ionization and ion transport in relation to gas discharges. However, for the uninitiated, even these terms may be.

In a given formula, ions are designated as odd electron (OE) using the sign of the charge (+ or −) and a dot (•) for the unpaired electron; or as even electron using only the sign of the charge (+ or −).

M+• is the symbol for a molecular ion. A single-barbed arrow is used to indicate the movement of a single electron:File Size: 1MB. The principle of operation of an EBIS is shown in Fig. The ion production in an EBIS is based on electron impact ionization in a high-density electron beam that is compressed by a strong magnetic eld produced by magnetic coils.

An electron gun with a cathode of high emissivity produces the electron by: Electron Ionization. Electron ionisation involves the production of electrons in the mass spectrometer ion source with energies sufficient to induce ion formation Ion production by electron impact.

book neutral gas-phase molecules of sample, through electron repulsion. Electron impact ionization sources When an electron strikes a target atom (or molecule, or ion) there is a chance that during the impact one or more electrons are removed from the target particle, which turns it into an ion or increases its charge- state.

Ion Sources using electron impact ionization work in practice by supplying a source ofFile Size: 2MB. Presently many different types of ion sources exist worldwide for producing highly charged ions. The object of the present book is the treatment of electron impact ion sources like ECR (Electron nce) ion sources, EBIS (Electron.B_eam Ion ), EBIT Electron.B_eam Ion Irap) and ERIS ( Ion ), which altogether are able.

Cross‐section values for the direct and dissociative ionization of H 2 O by electron impact have been measured and compared with previously published data.

The present measurements have been carried out from thresholds to 1 keV by utilizing a crossed electron beam and molecular beam collision geometry and an improved ion extraction by: Production by sequential electron impact ionization As the ion charge state goes up: • growing ionization potential: 10 eV → eV • diminishing cross section: cm2 → cm2 continuum keV 31 keV 12 keV n=1 n=2 n=3 beam electron with energy E k.

This is a database primarily of total ionization cross sections of molecules by electron impact. The database also includes cross sections for some atoms and energy distributions of ejected electrons for H, He, and H cross sections were calculated using the Binary-Encounter-Bethe (BEB) model, which combines the Mott cross section with the high-incident energy.

Electron Ionization (EI) Electron beam from a tungsten filament to knock off an electron from analyte to form an ion Electrons are usually accelerated by a potential of 70eV The paths of the electrons and the molecules are at right angles and they intersect at the source where collisions.

The red arrow shows the electron impact energy which is enough to remove an electron from the analyte and form a molecular ion from non- dissociative results. Due to the higher energy supplied by 70 eV electrons other than the molecular ion, several other bond dissociation reactions can be seen as dissociative results, shown by the blue arrow in the diagram.

MH2+⋅ ion production from protonated polypeptides by electron impact: observation and determination of ionization energies and a cross-section.

Chemical Physics Letters(), DOI: /S(99)Cited by: The Handbook of Ion Sources delivers the data needed for daily work with ion sources.

It also gives information for the selection of a suitable ion source and ion production method for a specific Handbook concentrates on practical aspects and introduces the principle function of ion sources. The basic plasma parameters are defined and discussed.5/5(1).

This book invites the reader to learn more about the excitation and ionization of atoms and molecules by leading to the discovery of new processes and the excitement of surprising results. Hans Kleinpoppen is Editor of Polarized Electron/Polarized Photon Physics (Springer, ) and Selected Topics on Electron Physics (Springer, ).Author: Afzal Chaudhry, Hans Kleinpoppen.

Electron-impact ionization of hydrogen-like ions is the process by which an incident electron removes the final bound electron from an ion leaving a bare nucleus. All effects due to the. CONSTRUCTION & WORKING: • Chemical ionization is carried out in an instrument similar to electron impact ion source with some modifications such as: Addition of a vacuum pump.

Narrowing of exit slit to mass analyzer to maintain reagent gas pressure of about 1 torr in the ionization chamber. The electron energy is defined by the potential difference between the filament and the source housing and is usually set to 70 eV (~x J).

A field keeps the electron beam focused across the ion source and onto a trap (collimating magnets). Upon impact with a 70 eV electron, the gaseous molecule may lose one of its electrons to become a File Size: 2MB. A summary of the many significant measurements that have been made on electron impact desorption phenomena (EID) during the period – is presented.

These include measurements of threshold electron energies for ion production, cross section, ion energy spectra, and mass by: Ion Source Gas phase Electron Impact: Electron Impact (EI) is the simple and very much common method of ionisation.

During world war II Arthur Jeffrey Dempster an American-Canadian physicist developed and used the term Electron Impact. The introduction of sample in ion source by solid inlet or a gas Chromatography by: 1.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Elementary Processes - Ion Distribution Function - Production of Multiply Charged Ions in Relativistic Electron Rings - Electron Beam Ion Sources (EBIS, EBIT) - Electron-Cyclotron Resonance Ion Sources - Plasma Diagnostics Related to Ion Sources - The Use of Electron Impact.

Kinetic energy distributions and ion efficiency curves are obtained for ion pair production by electron impact on H 2 and CO. The results are used to test the hypothesis that, if the threshold behavior of the cross section can be described by a step function, the first derivative of the ion efficiency curve should reflect the total kinetic energy distribution of the ion by: 5.

Electron Ionization and Excitation: A) Figure Electron ionization accompanied by different degree of excitation of the molecular ion. Soft ionizing events transfer excess energy to the ionized molecule, which is observed. Harder collisions also occur and give rise to the fragment ions frequently seen in EI mass spectra.

The miniaturization of novel materials, structures, and systems down to the atomic scale has assigned electron microscopy, a complementary branch of nanotechnology, for multidisciplinary particular, transmission electron microscopy (TEM), scanning electron microscopy (SEM), focused ion beams (FIB), and atomic force microscopy (AFM) can be considered as Cited by: 3.

The electron transport chain is a series of protein complexes and electron carrier molecules within the inner membrane of mitochondria that generate ATP for energy.; Electrons are passed along the chain from protein complex to protein complex until they are donated to : Regina Bailey.

Investigations with ion beams produced by single electron impact on atoms permitted the determination of cross sections for the production of singly charged metastable ions of the noble gases Ar, Kr and Xe. @article{osti_, title = {Secondary-electron-production cross sections for electron-impact ionization of helium}, author = {Goruganthu, R R and Bonham, R A}, abstractNote = {Measurements of the double-differential cross sections (DDCS) as a function of the ejected energy, angle, and primary energy for electron-impact ionization of helium are reported at.

The equation also shows us that as the electron’s energy increases (as n increases), the electron is found at greater distances from the nucleus. This is implied by the inverse dependence on r in the Coulomb potential, since, as the electron moves away from the nucleus, the electrostatic attraction between it and the nucleus decreases, and it is held less tightly in.

Chemical ionization technique uses virtually the same ion source device as in electron impact, except, CI uses tight ion source, and reagent gas. Reagent gas (e.g. ammonia) is first subjected to electron impact.

Sample ions are formed by the interaction of reagent gas ions and sample molecules. This phenomenon is called ion-molecule reactions. Electron Impact ionization (EI) - EI is done by volatilizing a sample directly in the source that is contained in a vacuum system directly attached to the analyzer.

The gas phase molecules are bombarded by a beam of electrons formed by heating a filament bias at a negative voltage compared to the source.

We Outline the theory in Sec. 2, and our theoretical results are presented in Sec. A recent experiment on the formation of [3][++] by electron impact (8) is compared to the present theory in Sec. Outline of Theory The BEB formula for ionizing an electron from a molecular orbital of a neutral molecule by electron impact is (1).

Gas Chromatography. Mass Spectrometry will then be used to identify as many components in Ionization: Of the numerous ways to ionize the sample, electron impact is the most commonly used. There are several methods that combine vaporization and ionization in the molecular ion produced by the collision of the parent molecule.

Fundamentals of Ion-Surface Interaction Short Resume of a lecture held at the Technical University of Dresden Both ion-atom and ion-electron collisions are treated as binary collisions. This sets a lower energy large impact parameters and correspondingly small deflection angles occur largely preferentially.

Therefore, it is often convenient. Mass spectrometry requires high vacuum to prevent ambient gas molecules from colliding with the ions during ion separation.

However, gas chromatography is a high-pressure technique. > most of the material existing the chromatography column must be discarded.> the pumping system of the mass spectrometer then removes most of the eluent before ion separation.Ion implantation is a low-temperature process by which ions of one element are accelerated into a solid target, thereby changing the physical, chemical, or electrical properties of the target.

Ion implantation is used in semiconductor device fabrication and in metal finishing, as well as in materials science research. The ions can alter the elemental composition of the target (if the .The Binary-Encounter-Bethe (BEB) model for electron-impact total ionization cross sections has been applied to CH 2 +, CH 3 +, CH 4 +, C 2 H 2 +, C 2 H 4 +, C 2 H 6 + and H 3 O +.The cross sections for the hydrocarbon ions are needed for modeling cool plasmas in fusion devices.