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Canadian journal of physics
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SURFACE-TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENT DURING PULSED LASER-INDUCED THERMAL DESORPTION OF XENON FROM A COPPER FILM.

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Abstract

Surface temperatures during pulsed laser-induced thermal desorption of xenon from a 28-mm-thick copper film are determined directly with a pyroelectric calorimeter as the substrate. Simultaneously, time-of-flight data of desorbed xenon atoms are recorded with a quadrupole mass spectrometer. From these data equivalent surface temperatures and heating rates can be derived. The calorimetric temperatures are compared with temperatures derived from time-of-flight data.

Date

01 Jan 1985

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Canadian journal of physics

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