Investigation of the Effects of Cooling after Laser-Desorption before Post-Ionization. Steenvoorden, R., J., J., M.; Vanderhage, E., R., E.; Boon, J., J.; Kistemaker, P., G.; and Weeding, T., L. Organic Mass Spectrometry, 29(2):78-84, 1994.
Investigation of the Effects of Cooling after Laser-Desorption before Post-Ionization [link]Website  abstract   bibtex   
To evaluate the necessity for cooling laser-desorbed molecules to obtain molecular ions and minimal fragmentation, mass spectra of a series of methoxybenzenes were measured in two different experimental configurations. In one geometry, laser-desorbed molecules were entrained in a pulsed supersonic jet before ionization. In the other, the molecules were ionized directly after laser desorption. The samples were ionized with laser-generated vacuum ultraviolet radiation in a single-photon process or ultraviolet radiation in a multi-photon process.
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