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Applications of PTR-MS 17 application of the steady state equation d½Xþ =dt ¼ Da Á½Xþ þ ke ½ef ½R þ p À l À ½Xþ ½es ð7Þ and using approximate values for all the rate constants, ke, k1, . . k5, involved. In equation (7), Da Á[Xþ] is a diﬀusion term, and [ef] denotes the density of fast electrons with energies high enough for production of ions Xþ by electron impact ionization on neutrals R with a rate constant ke, whereas [es] denotes the density of slow plasma electrons which usually is much higher than [ef].
Examples of some of these applications with higher sensitivity PTR-MS instruments are described in the next section. IV. APPLICATIONS OF PTR-MS The development of a chemical–physical method like PTR-MS is an advancement in gas phase ion chemistry, the subject of this volume, and more experimental details and basic background could be given here. However, as this has been done in several recent reviews,12,13 it may be more useful for the reader of this Chapter to be given information on recent applications of PTR-MS.
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