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Hiden Analytical release a new brochure detailing their range of mass spectrometer products specifically developed for specialised vacuum process applications under diverse pressure regimes from sub-atmospheric to ultra-high vacuum.
The application-specific systems are configured for monitoring,controlling and analysing varied processes related to thin film deposition, to plasma and ion beam etching, and to thermal reaction and desorption processes. Systems are available for real-time measurement of gas composition and of both positive and negative plasma ion species and ion energies, supplied fully engineered with dedicated process interface. Applicable process techniques include ALD, CVD and MOCVD, MBE, RIE and
Combined secondary ion and secondary neutral mass spectrometers (SIMS/SNMS) provide post-process quantitative measurement of product surface and subsurface composition. These systems are supplied as complete workstations and also in component form for upgrade of existing UHV surface analysis tools.
For a copy of the brochure and further information on all Hiden Analytical products contact Hiden Analytical at or visit the main website at www.HidenAnalytical.com
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