ion gun

ion gun

[′ī‚än ‚gən]
(electronics)
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Contract notice: 182/LF X-Ray Photoelectron Spectrometer with Argon Gas Cluster Ion Gun.
The latest industrial ion gun from JDV Products Inc.
These ions have to be removed through an ion gun in order to maintain the required negative potential.
Ion gun trimming method allows very tight frequency tolerance over a wide temperature range (-40AC to +85AC).
Whereas an ion gun radiates an argon ion beam, an FAB gun radiates a neutral atom beam of argon.
The ion gun produces a stream of ions, called primary ions, that illuminate the sample.
In the case of SIMS, the probing beam is made of ions generated by an ion gun.
Along this line, results from recent RF ion gun injection experiments were presented.
Next, atoms are shot by an ion gun at an angle that push aside many of the surface carbon atoms, forming atomic-scale rows.
In cooperation with the Research Institute for Technical Physics and Materials Science in Budapest, Hungary, the capabilities of a new, extremely low energy ion gun for precision ion-beam cutting or slope milling of scanning electron microscopy (SEM) samples is being investigated.
For example, with a liquid metal ion gun, it is now possible to obtain SIMS images with a spatial resolution better than 50 nm.
A key feature of the AIM technology is a versatile ion gun assembly with controllable energy for aggressive milling but also capable of gentle milling and a controllable dynamic beam that can impact a specimen at a multitude of angles.