A capillary pickup method was investigated for doping molecules into water clusters, which were produced by supersonic expansion, and underwent a sticking collision with a crossed beam from the capillary. This method was applied to H2O clusters in a beam with pickup of DCl, CH3OH, NH3, CO2 and D2O molecules, however, we found only molecule of DCl can be picked up by water clusters with the capillary configuration in those tested dopants. Meanwhile, two different distances between the capillary to the nozzle were investigated based on the collected mass spectra, and we found that the smaller distance can obtain the stronger mixed cluster intensity.
Journal of Cluster Science – Springer Journals
Published: Jun 1, 2018
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