Chapter 2. Measurement of Drift Velocities and Longitudinal Diffusion Coefficients: Sections 2.5 – 2.6

  1. Edward A. Mason1 and
  2. Earl W. McDaniel2

Published Online: 28 JAN 2005

DOI: 10.1002/3527602852.ch2b

Transport Properties of Ions in Gases

Transport Properties of Ions in Gases

How to Cite

Mason, E. A. and McDaniel, E. W. (1988) Measurement of Drift Velocities and Longitudinal Diffusion Coefficients: Sections 2.5 – 2.6, in Transport Properties of Ions in Gases, Wiley-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim, FRG. doi: 10.1002/3527602852.ch2b

Author Information

  1. 1

    Brown University Providence, Rhode Island, USA

  2. 2

    Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Publication History

  1. Published Online: 28 JAN 2005
  2. Published Print: 5 OCT 1988

ISBN Information

Print ISBN: 9780471883852

Online ISBN: 9783527602858

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Keywords:

  • Georgia tech low-pressure drift-tube mass spectrometer;
  • variable-temperature drift-tube mass spectrometers;
  • Pittsburgh reversible field apparatus;
  • selected ion flow-drift-tube of Albritton;
  • Howorka, and Fahey;
  • Beaty's drift tube;
  • Hornbeck's pulsed Townsend discharge apparatus

Summary

This chapter contains sections titled:

  • Descriptions of Drift Tubes

    • A Georgia Tech Low-Pressure Drift-Tube Mass Spectrometer

    • B Variable-Temperature Drift-Tube Mass Spectrometers

      • Canberra Apparatus: The Bradbury–Nielsen Method

      • Apparatus of Johnsen, Chen, and Biondi

      • Georgia Tech High-Pressure, Variable-Temperature Drift-Tube Mass Spectrometer

      • Bohringer and Arnold's Drift Tube with Liquid-Helium-Cooling Capability

    • C Pittsburgh Reversible Field Apparatus

    • D Pittsburgh Selected Ion Drift Apparatus

    • E Selected Ion Flow-Drift-Tube of Albritton, Howorka, and Fahey

      • Flowing Afterglow Techniques of Ferguson, Fehsenfeld, and Schmeltekopf

      • Flow-Drift Tube of Albritton and McFarland

      • Smith and Adams' Selected Ion Flow Tube

      • Combination of the FA, FD, and SIFT Techniques to Form the SIFDT

    • F Beaty's Drift Tube: The Tyndall Four-Gauze Electrical Shutter Method

    • G. Hornbeck's Pulsed Townsend Discharge Apparatus

    • H. Miscellaneous

      • “Continuous Guard-Ring” System and Its Use for Flight-Distance Scanning

      • Measurements of the Energy Distribution of Drift-Tube Ions

      • Drift-Tube Studies of Photodetachment and Photodissociation

      • Laser-Induced Fluorescence Studies of Ion Collisional Excitation in a Drift Field

      • Study of Tropospheric Ions by Drift-Tube Mass Spectrometric Techniques

  • Mathematical Analysis of Ionic Motion in Drift Tubes

    • A Introduction

    • B Solution of the Transport Equation for Primary Ions in the Georgia Tech Low-Pressure Drift-Tube Mass Spectrometer

    • C Other Solutions of Transport Equations for Ions in Drift Tubes

  • References