Molecular Scanner

@article{King1969MolecularS,
  title={Molecular Scanner},
  author={J. King and WILLIAM R. Bigas},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1969},
  volume={222},
  pages={261-263}
}
WE report here the development of a molecular scanner, a device that yields information about the spatial variations in emission of neutral atoms or molecules from the surface of a heterogeneous sample. We believe that such instruments may be of great value in science and engineering, but we envisage a more refined apparatus. Here we merely describe the principle. We report the variation in evaporation in a scan across a sample consisting of alumina fragments embedded in potassium feldspar… Expand
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