Solvated Ion Evaporation from Charged Water Nanodroplets

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Znamenskiy, Vasiliy; Marginean, Ioan; Vertes, Akos;
  • Publisher: Figshare
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1021/jp034561z.s001, doi: 10.1021/jp034561z.s002
  • Subject: Inorganic Chemistry | Rayleigh limit | ion formation | Plant Biology | glycine homologue ions | Charged Water Nanodroplets | 10 water molecules | Computational Biology | charge residue model | Biochemistry | Solvated Ion Evaporation | neutron diffraction data | Biophysics | solvated ion evaporation model
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    arxiv: Physics::Atomic and Molecular Clusters
    mesheuropmc: technology, industry, and agriculture

The behavior of electrified droplets in an atmospheric environment and the mechanism of ion formation in electrospray ionization are the subject of continuing debate. Experimental evidence to decide between the various models of ion formation (e.g., ion evaporatio... View more
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