A Retarding-Accelerating Energy Analyser for SIMS
It is well known that secondary ion energy spectra can give us much interesting information. As a very high energy resolution is not needed for most cases, the retarding-accelerating energy analyser (derived from the Staib type energy analyser) for quadrupole based SIMS is very useful because of its ion acceptance from a large target surface and a large emitting angle. Unfortunately, knowledge of this analyser is very meager in spite of its being widely used in some modern instruments.
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