High Temperature Condensed Phase Mass Spectrometric Analysis Program

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This program (EMSP Project No.60424) was funded by the EM Science Program for the development of an integrated mass spectrometric analysis system (see Figure 1.) capable of analyzing materials from room up to high temperatures, with the practical upper temperature limit to be experimentally determined. A primary objective of the program was the development of techniques to analyze waste materials during vitrification processing to produce waste forms. The sample is heated in the ion formation region of the mass spectrometer. This instrument geometry allows the atoms and molecules that volatilize from the sample as neutrals to be ionized before they ... continued below

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Delmore, James E. December 31, 1999.

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This program (EMSP Project No.60424) was funded by the EM Science Program for the development of an integrated mass spectrometric analysis system (see Figure 1.) capable of analyzing materials from room up to high temperatures, with the practical upper temperature limit to be experimentally determined. A primary objective of the program was the development of techniques to analyze waste materials during vitrification processing to produce waste forms. The sample is heated in the ion formation region of the mass spectrometer. This instrument geometry allows the atoms and molecules that volatilize from the sample as neutrals to be ionized before they have a chance to condense on surfaces that generally are cooler that the sample. In addition, this geometry facilitates more efficient focusing of SIMS and thermal ions into the quadrupole mass analyzer. Instrumental capabilities include the detection of volatilizing neutral species by electron bombardment, ions forming on the surface by surface ionization, and surface species by static SIMS. In addition, the instrument has elemental analysis capability (by dynamic SIMS).

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Delmore, James E. High Temperature Condensed Phase Mass Spectrometric Analysis Program, report, December 31, 1999; Idaho Falls, Idaho. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc778705/: accessed October 19, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.