Preparing for Climate Change in the Pacific Northwest: A Discussion of Water Resources Adaptation Pathways

@inproceedings{Hamlet2001PreparingFC,
  title={Preparing for Climate Change in the Pacific Northwest: A Discussion of Water Resources Adaptation Pathways},
  author={Alan F. Hamlet},
  year={2001}
}
There is disclosed a mass spectrometer which is equipped with a simultaneous detection-type ion detector including a microchannel plate but provides improved sensitivity. The spectrometer has an ion source, a mass analyzer for dispersing and focusing the ions introduced from the source according to their mass-to-charge ratios, three electrodes each taking the form of a flat plate, as well as the detector. The electrodes are disposed on the ion path between the mass analyzer and the detector… CONTINUE READING

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