Difference between revisions of "Fast atom bombardment ionization"

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== [[Orange Book]] Entry ==
 
== [[Orange Book]] Entry ==
  
This term refers to the ionization of any species by causing interaction of the sample (which may be dissolved in a solvent matrix) and a beam of neutral atoms having a high translational energy. (See also [[secondary ionization]]).
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This term refers to the ionization of any species by causing interaction of the sample (which may be dissolved in a solvent matrix) and a beam of neutral atoms having a high translational energy. (See also [[Secondary Ionization]]).
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== Related Terms ==
  
== Proposed New Entry ==
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[[SIMS]]
  
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== External Links ==
 
== External Links ==
  
 
[http://www.asms.org/whatisms/index.html ASMS What is MS?]: [http://www.asms.org/whatisms/p11.html What Other Techniques are Used to Produce Ions?]
 
[http://www.asms.org/whatisms/index.html ASMS What is MS?]: [http://www.asms.org/whatisms/p11.html What Other Techniques are Used to Produce Ions?]

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Orange Book Entry

This term refers to the ionization of any species by causing interaction of the sample (which may be dissolved in a solvent matrix) and a beam of neutral atoms having a high translational energy. (See also Secondary Ionization).


Related Terms

SIMS


External Links

ASMS What is MS?: What Other Techniques are Used to Produce Ions?