Cosmic ray simulator: A versatile apparatus for quantitative studies on the interaction of cosmic rays with frozen solids by on line and in sift quadrupole mass spectrometry and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy

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The cosmic ray simulator consists of a 50 L’ cylindrical stainless steel chamber. A rotable cold finger milled of a silver (111) monocrystal optimizes heat conductivity and is connected to a programmable, closed cycle helium refrigerator allowing temperature control of an attached silver wafer between 10 and 340 K (20.5 IS). Oil-free ultrahigh vacuum (UHV… (More)

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@inproceedings{Kaiser1999CosmicRS, title={Cosmic ray simulator: A versatile apparatus for quantitative studies on the interaction of cosmic rays with frozen solids by on line and in sift quadrupole mass spectrometry and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy}, author={FL I. Kaiser and Katrin R{\"{o}ssler}, year={1999} }