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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 [[liquid secondary ionization]] and [[secondary ionization]].)
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The ionization of any species by causing interaction of a focused beam of neutral atoms having a translational energy of several thousand [[eV]] with a sample which may be dissolved in a solvent matrix. See also [[secondary ionization]].
 
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Revision as of 04:47, 26 December 2005

DRAFT DEFINITION
Fast atom bombardment ionization

The ionization of any species by causing interaction of a focused beam of neutral atoms having a translational energy of several thousand eV with a sample which may be dissolved in a solvent matrix. See also secondary ionization.

Considered between 2004 and 2006 but not included in the 2006 PAC submission
This is an unofficial draft definition presented for information and comment.

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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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