Atomic Mass Determinations at the University of Manitoba
We have, in our laboratory, two large mass spectrometers which may be operated routinely with a resolving power of 100,000 or more. The older and larger instrument1 (“Manitoba I”) has a 2.7 m radius and is of a modified Dempster geometry. While it was not used for the work reported here, it is currently in operation and is being used to extend some of these measurements.
KeywordsAerosol Particle Mass Difference Mass Evaluation Neutron Separation Energy Mercury Chloride
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