Dynamic secondary ionization

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DRAFT DEFINITION
Dynamic secondary ionization
Formation of ions by secondary ionization from a surface under conditions so that the intensity and energy of the primary ions are sufficiently high that the material is continuously removed, thus supplying ions derived from increasing depth below the original surface.
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