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Imaging in molecular dynamics by Whitaker B.J. (ed.)

By Whitaker B.J. (ed.)

Written in an academic kind through a few of the key practitioners within the box, this booklet presents a complete account of charged particle imaging and describes lots of its fresh functions. The process has revolutionized experimental stories of photodissociation and bimolecular collisions over the last couple of many years. it's of basic curiosity to researchers and graduate scholars operating in chemical and molecular physics requiring an summary of the topic in addition to principles for destiny experiments.

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Eppink F S Fig. 10. Imaging detection of products from crossed-beam scattering by a laser propagating perpendicular to the scattering plane. The laser polarization is set along the relative velocity vector and the beam is intercepted before striking the imaging detector. Products with low laboratory velocity are more efficiently detected. Fig. 10 for detection of scattering products using a laser propagating perpendicular to the scattering plane. Because products with low scattering laboratory velocity remain longer in the detection volume, they are detected more efficiently than those with high velocity.

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In most imaging experiments the neutral-ion conversion is done with a pulsed laser which provides a well defined time of ionization, tioniz. , for use in ion TOF mass spectrometry. The ionization efficiency in this case can be as high as 100%. 6. The throughput of ion TOF detection using velocity mapping is 100%. These high efficiencies can be misleading, however, since the important factor is the signal/noise ratio. , due to non-selective ionization and background gas problems, often increases much faster than signal at high ionization laser powers.

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