Capillary photoionization: a high sensitivity ionization method for mass spectrometry.

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We present a capillary photoionization (CPI) method for mass spectrometric (MS) analysis of liquid and gaseous samples. CPI utilizes a heated transfer capillary with a vacuum ultraviolet transparent MgF2 window, through which vacuum UV light (10 eV) from an external source enters the capillary. The liquid or gaseous sample, together with dopant, is… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/ac4002673

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@article{Haapala2013CapillaryPA, title={Capillary photoionization: a high sensitivity ionization method for mass spectrometry.}, author={Markus Haapala and T. H. Suominen and Risto Kostiainen}, journal={Analytical chemistry}, year={2013}, volume={85 12}, pages={5715-9} }