Molecular Ion Imaging and Dynamic Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry Analysis of Organic Compounds

Published: January 01, 1990

Author(s)

John G. Gillen, David S. Simons, P. Williams

Abstract

An ion microscope equipped with a resistive anode encoder imaging system has been used to acquire molecular secondary ion images, with lateral resolutions on the order of 1 μm, from several quaternary ammonium salts an amino acid, and a polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbon which were deposited onto copper transmition electron microscope grids. All images were generated by using the secondary ion signal of the parent molecular species
Citation: Analytical Chemistry
Volume: 62
Issue: 19
Pub Type: Journals
Created January 01, 1990, Updated February 19, 2017