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Hamamatsu Corp. - Fast Quantum Cascade Detector

Mass spectrometry

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A detector for mass spectrometry applications, the Co-Axial BiPolar Time-of-Flight detector is being offered by Burle Electro Optics Inc. The detector combines the high temporal resolution of microchannel plate-based detectors with the coaxial capabilities of flat metal anode detectors. Along with its 10-kV postacceleration, it has small-pore microchannel plates with high channel densities and a flat microchannel plate input surface. The detector offers system gains up to 107, high sensitivity and a wide dynamic range. It is available for flight tube mounting, unmounted or mounted on a Conflat flange.


BioPhotonics
May 2006
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