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

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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

Citation

Gillen, J. , Simons, D. and Williams, P. (1990), Molecular Ion Imaging and Dynamic Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry Analysis of Organic Compounds, Analytical Chemistry (Accessed June 13, 2024)

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Created January 1, 1990, Updated February 19, 2017