A discontinuous atmospheric pressure interface for mass spectrometry

Nicholas Charipar, Purdue University

Abstract

This research involves the construction and characterization of a mass spectrometer utilizing a discontinuous atmospheric pressure interface (DAPI). A custom mass spectrometer was constructed that provided discrete control over a wide range of variables required to characterize the DAPI. The goal of the research was to explore the capability of a discontinuous atmospheric pressure interface and its potential to improve the sensitivity of mass spectrometers. ^

Degree

M.S.

Advisors

Jeffrey Honchell, Purdue University.

Subject Area

Engineering, Electronics and Electrical

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