A Miniature Focal Plane Mass Spectrometer for Air Quality Measurement in Space Human Habitats

Paper #:
  • 981565

Published:
  • 1998-07-13
Citation:
Sinha, M., "A Miniature Focal Plane Mass Spectrometer for Air Quality Measurement in Space Human Habitats," SAE Technical Paper 981565, 1998, https://doi.org/10.4271/981565.
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6
Abstract:
A miniature mass spectrometer with an array detector for measurement of ion intensities have been developed at the Jet Propulsion laboratory (JPL). The spectrometer has a focal plane geometry, and can measure the intensities of different masses simultaneously. The array detector has a spatial resolution of 25 μm and is based on the ion-electron-photon conversion process.. Because of its simultaneous measurement of ion intensities, the mass spectrometer is uniquely suited for combination with a microbore capillary column to produce a miniature, high performance GC-MS system for air quality monitoring in space human habitats.
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