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Organic ion yield enhancement in secondary ion mass spectrometry using water vapour injection

Bibliographic reference Mouhib, Taoufiq ; Delcorte, Arnaud ; Poleunis, Claude ; Bertrand, Patrick. Organic ion yield enhancement in secondary ion mass spectrometry using water vapour injection. In: Surface and Interface Analysis, Vol. 45, no.1, p. 46-49 (2013)
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