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Experimental results, obtained using photometry, are obtained to assess the attenuating capability of three baffle geometries. The data obtained include the effect of sensor location in the baffle aperture as well as the type of coating on baffle surfaces. The baffles attenuate best at large viewing angles with surfaces coated with black paint.
Threshold sensitivity was measured with 40-degree surrounds of 5.3 and 800 trolands of white, and 509, 580, and 690 mmicro spectral light. With the brighter white surround there appeared peaks at 550, and 570 and a shoulder at 600 mmicro. These were selectively eliminated by the spectral surrounds.
A numerical study is performed to examine the effect of introducing a swirling desolvation gas flow on the flow transport characteristics in an electrospray and an atmospheric pressure chemical ionization (APCI) system. An ion source having three coaxial tubes is considered: (1) an inner capillary tube to inject the liquid sample, (2) a center coaxial tube… (More)