duoplasmatron


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duoplasmatron

[‚dü·ō′plaz·mə‚trän]
(electronics)
An ion-beam source in which electrons from a hot filament are accelerated sufficiently to ionize a gas by impact; the resulting positive ions are drawn out by high-voltage electrons and focused into a beam by electrostatic lens action.
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Provision of O- RF source for ion microprobe CAMECA IMS1280 HR2: The market for the development and installation of a new source of high gloss oxygen ions RFPLASMA replacing the source duoplasmatron equipping CAMECA IM 1280-HR.