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The operation of a mass spectrometer equipped with a molecular beam gas sampling system is described. Polymeric ions, (CO2)n+ where n varies from two to twelve, are observed when sampling CO2 at 1 to 6.5 atm; similar polymers are found
in SO2 and N2O. A possible explanation is advanced in terms of isentropic expansion in the sampling process and subsequent condensation.
Chemistry Division, A.E.R.E., Harwell, Berkshire, England
Publication date: January 1, 1965
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