ion detector

ion detector

[′ī‚än di‚tek·tər]
(analytical chemistry)
Device for detection of presence or concentration of liquid solution ions, such as with a pH meter or by conductimetric techniques.
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Tenders invited for Supply & warranty of silicon ion implanted/surface barrier charge particle/heavy ion detector
The 6470 features an ion detector with a high-energy conversion dynode and low nose characteristics, promoting more efficient positive and negative ion detection and mass range; and powerful MassHunter data handling software, including triggered MRM, which helps increase analytical confidence.
The major components Of a mass spectrometry (MS) system are the inlet, ion source, mass analyzer, ion detector, vacuum system, electronics, and computer.
Varian--The 920-MS triple quad FTMS takes advantage of their expertise in LC-MS and GC-MS by incorporating a true triple quad MS with its own off-axis ion detector independent of the FT cell in the magnet.
3) is an explanation of how the physics of the ion detector contributes to the baseline; this is an important first step toward better baseline correction.
Our engineers have modified the original ion detector design for a more flight suited geometry which we are calling our "Cubic Wire Detector.
Tenders invited for Packing, supply, safe delivery and warranty of silicon charge particle/heavy ion detector, 2 mm thick, ion implanted/surface barrier, totally depleted, active area = 150mm2, noise width ~ 20kev and silicon charge particle/heavy ion detector, 15 micron thick, ion implanted/ surface barrier , totally depleted, active area = 150mm2, noise width~30kev
However, Dick Stresau at SGE Analytical Science, Ringwood, Victoria, Australia, has developed the MagneTOF Electron Multiplier Detector, an ion detector that provides performance improvements over conventional detectors, which will lead to benefits in the overall performance of mass spectrometers.
The AP200 digitizes and averages the signal from the multi-channel plate ion detector, which creates a flood of electrons each time it is struck by an ion.
The pressure in the ionizer is the same as in the rest of the surrounding vacuum, and also the same as in the quadrupole mass filter and ion detector.
How RGAs work A quadrupole mass spectrometer consists of three basic components: an ion source, a mass filter; and an ion detector.
In shows like "Ghost Hunters," show hosts wander around with gadgets like Geiger counters, electromagnetic field detectors, ion detectors, infrared cameras and sensitive microphones, none of which have scientifically yielded evidence of ghosts to date.