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DIRECT ETHANOL ELECTROSPRAY-SUPPORTED BURNER SYSTEM

Sarantaridis, D; Fowowe, T; Caruana, DJ; (2010) DIRECT ETHANOL ELECTROSPRAY-SUPPORTED BURNER SYSTEM. INSTRUM SCI TECHNOL , 38 (4) 313 - 318. 10.1080/10739149.2010.508337.

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Abstract

An integrated electrospray and burner system is presented as a means for sample introduction and flame-assisted ionization in a single step. Ethanol solution, serving both as fuel and carrier of particles or substances of interest, is subjected to electrospray ionization, supporting at the same time a stable diffusion flame. The device does not require gas supply and can effectively disperse particles. It is proposed as an economical solution to small scale but well-controlled flame-assisted ionization studies involving electrochemistry, mass spectrometry, or even materials processing.

Type:Article
Title:DIRECT ETHANOL ELECTROSPRAY-SUPPORTED BURNER SYSTEM
DOI:10.1080/10739149.2010.508337
Keywords:analytical electrochemistry, electrospray, ethanol, flame ionization, IONIZATION MASS-SPECTROMETRY, GAS-PHASE, PLASMA, ELECTROCHEMISTRY, COMBUSTION, FLAMES
UCL classification:UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Maths and Physical Sciences > Chemistry

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