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Scientists at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory can now determine if ions form the desired bonds to a surface, thanks to a modified ion soft landing instrument. The schematic shows (1) ion funnel, (2) collisional quadrupole, (3) mass filter, (4) and (5) two lenses, (6) surface, (7) linear motion feedthrough for positioning of the surface, (8) flat mirror, (9) and (12) parabolic mirrors, (10) MIR wire grid polarizer, (11) viewports.

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Document Title: Studying Bond Formation Between Ions and Surfaces Gets Easier
Category: Chemistry
Media Type: Graphics
Date of Image/Photo: 8/17/09
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