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particle beam interface

A particle beam interface (PB) is a method for coupling liquid chromatography to mass spectrometry in which the effluent is passed through a heated capillary to form an expansion of vapor and aerosol particles. After passing through a skimmer, the beam impinges on a heated surface to form ions through chemical ionization at the surface or ionization of the resulting vapor in a CI or EI source.

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