Review of Scientific Instruments
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Sheehan, D.P., M. Carillo and W. Heidbrink, Device for dispersal of micrometer- and submicrometer-sized particles in vacuum; Rev. Sci. Instrum. 61 3871 (1990).
A simple, versatile device for dispersing micrometer‐ and submicrometer-sized particles in vacuum is described. The source allows control of particle size (0.5 μm≤l≤200 μm) and particle flux density up to roughly 107 cm−2 s−1. Several types of microparticles were successfully dispersed.
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Sheehan, D. P.; Carillo, M.; and Heidbrink, W., "Device for dispersal of micrometer- and submicrometer-sized particles in vaccum" (1990). Physics and Biophysics: Faculty Scholarship. 3.