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|Title:||Selecting the size of helium nanodroplets using time-resolved probing of a pulsed helium droplet beam.|
|Citation:||REV SCI INSTRUM, 2008, 79 (1), pp. 16106-16106|
|Abstract:||We show that helium nanodroplets generated using a pulsed valve undergo velocity dispersion according to their size. This makes it possible to use temporal selection to probe nanodroplets of a particular size within the pulsed gas profile rather than changing the expansion conditions as is done when using continuous helium nanodroplet sources. The variation in mean droplet size achievable within a single gas pulse can extend over more than an order of magnitude.|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles, Dept. of Chemistry|
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