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Flight-Type Mass Spectrometers for Research on Plasma Bursts

  • N. I. Alinovskii

Abstract

The mass spectrometry of plasma bursts has to do with ions which are characterized by a large energy spread reaching from fractions of an electronvolt to several kiloelectronvolts. This fact is important for the design of mass spectrometers used for plasma burst studies. Employed are the mass spectrograph of Thomson [1, 2] and flight-type mass spectrometers [3, 4] which render additional information on the energy spectrum of the particles.

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