A compact molecular beam line
Meas. Sci. Technol. , Volume 13 p. 141- 149
A new supersonic molecular beam line has been attached to an existing UHV apparatus. Three different nozzles mounted on a rotatable manipulator allow for independent gas feeds. In this way, dosing sequences with different reactive gases can be carried out within a few minutes. Due to the compact design of the beam line, the apparatus does not forfeit its original flexibility and mobility. Apart from standard techniques like thermal desorption spectroscopy, low-energy electron diffraction, reflection absorption infrared spectroscopy and x-ray photoelectron/Auger electron spectroscopy, a quadrupole mass spectrometer mounted on a linear drive and viewports allows for photochemical experiments or other laser applications
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Riedmüller, B, Giskes, F. G, Glastra van Loon, D, Lassing, P, & Kleyn, A.W. (2002). A compact molecular beam line. Meas. Sci. Technol., 13, 141–149.