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For mass spectrometers of a given configuration the transit time is proportional to m\B and is independent of the instrument radius. This phenomen has been discussed by Berry*21). PART II DESCRIPTION OF EXPERIMENTAL INSTRUMENTS During the past few years we have built and operated in our laboratory three different kinds of mass spectrometers with moderately high resolving power: (a) a 60° coincident field sector instrument (Figs. 2 and 3); (b) a tandem sector instrument (Figs. 6 and 7); (c) a coincident field cycloid instrument (Figs.
Thus, X(a9 p)/rm = A2Qa2 + Anap + A02fi2 There is an extensive literature on second order aberrations. Of particular interest is a paper by Hintenberger and Konig<6> in which conditions are given for tandem instruments in order to make A20, Am and A02 equal to zero for a single mass. The less complete theory of Johnson and Nier<4> and of Voorhies<17> is adequate for the treatment of the sector instruments described in this paper. Hintenberger, Wende, and Konig<5> give conditions for first order double-focusing for all masses simultaneously with A20 = 0 for one mass.
Naturforsch, 10a 872 (1955). H. , Z. Naturforsch, 12a, 538, 541 (1957). HINTENBERGER, H. and KÕNIG, L. , Z. Naturforsch, 11a, 1039 (1956). KÕNIG, L. , Z. Naturforsch, 12a, 377 (1957). 12. TASMAN, H. , This volume, p. 36. 13. , WENDE, H. and KÕNIG, L. , Z. Naturforsch, 10a, 605 (1955). (Correction to ref. 9) Z. Naturforsch, 12a, 88 (1957). 14. ROBINSON, C. , Rev. Sci. Instr. 28, 777 (1957). 15. HINTENBERGER, H. and KÕNIG, L. , Nuclear Instruments, 3, 250 (1958). DISCUSSION G. H. PALMER : Professor Hintenberger, these instruments with complete second order focusing are very complicated to calculate and not easy to construct.
Advances in Mass Spectrometry. Proceedings of a Joint Conference Organised by the Hydrocarbon Research Group, Institute of Petroleum, and A.S.T.M. Committee E.14 and Held in the University of London, 24th–26th September, 1958 by J. D. Waldron (Eds.)