Laser Ablation

Laser Ablation

To perform surface analysis, surface cleaning, and the removal and redistribution of specific materials, deposition and Carbon Nanotube production, researchers rely on the application of Laser Ablation. Laboratory scientists depend on Extrel MAX System Mass Spectrometers for most of these applications. Coupled with high performance and high speed, these detection systems also provide high sensitivity and high abundance sensitivity to monitor low level components in a high background.

Extrel also offers Plasma Analysis/Molecular Beam Systems that give the MAX and MAX-LT Systems the ability to monitor higher pressure applications. Various mass range options allow the user to measure all parameters necessary, from measurements of atomic hydrogen levels to Carbon Nanotubes. Materials that are analyzed using the Laser Ablation application include those among the following industries: Semiconductor, Aerospace, Nanomaterials, Biomedical and Nuclear.

Extrel’s Applications and Products for Laser Ablation Applications include:

  • Appearance Potentials – (GA-630)
  • Axial Energy Analyzer – (RA-1403)
  • Cross Beam Deflector Ionizer – (GP-501)
  • Ion Transport from Hi to Low Pressure – Conical Octupoles – (GA-551)
  • MAX Flange Mounted Mass Spectrometers – (GP-110)
  • MAX-LT Flange Mounted Mass Spectrometers – (GP-112)
  • Molecular Beam Systems for Pre-formed Ions – (GA-301)
  • Plasma Analysis/Molecular Beam Systems – (GP-101)

System Specs

Features of the MAX and MAX-LT Mass Spectrometer Systems include:

  • High Sensitivity to 6 mA/Torr
  • High Resolution to 110 M at m/z 28
  • Partial Pressure Detectability to 10-16 mbar
  • High Abundance Sensitivity – to 107
  • Energy Resolution down to 0.5 eV
  • Various Mass Ranges from 1-60 and 20-9000 amu
  • Axial and Right Angle Configurations
  • Positive and Negative Ion Detection

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