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ion source

[′ī‚än ‚sȯrs]
(electronics)
A device in which gas ions are produced, focused, accelerated, and emitted as a narrow beam. Also known as ion gun; ionization source.
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The system can be configured with a proprietary pre-clean module, employing a gridded ion source that produces a net electrically neutral beam of well-controlled energetic Argon ions for substrate preparation.
The composition contains water; a calcium-containing abrasive; a fluoride ion source; alkaline metal carbonate and an alkali metal phosphate.
The StayClean ion source eliminates the need for source cleaning, while a convenient benchtop package saves valuable space in the laboratory.
- UK-based mass spectrometry technology developer Mass Spec Analytical has launched its new Thermal Extraction Ion Source for the Sciex 3200 Triple Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer and other V-Series models, the company said.
The GCMS-QP2020 high-sensitivity gas chromatograph mass spectrometer features a proprietary multi-function ion source, patented high-speed scan control and an ultra-fast turbomolecular pump.
A REIMS ion source will complement the existing portfolio of ionization sources on Waters's universal ion source platforms and will become commercially available.
Hyun Jong You and his team at the National Fusion Research Institute (NFRI) in Korea have developed a Liquid-Helium-free, conductively-cooled Electron Cyclotron Resonance (ECR) ion source in collaboration with the Korean firm JH Engineering.
The system consists of three Kaufman ion sources, including two sputtering ion sources and one assisting ion source.
Anode layer type linear ion source (ALIS) is a kind of closed drift type linear ion sources promoted by the plasma acceleration technology of the aerospace thruster [30].
The ion source machine was unveiled by world-renowned physicist Professor Sir John Enderby.
A stat ion source said: "Vanessa's appointment has gone down very badly.