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Chemi‐Ionization in Atomic O and N Mixtures
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14.Sufficient data and validation studies of the methods described in this paper have not been completed to justify deriving parameters describing ion behavior. The data is used restrictively to study ion‐production mechanisms, not the ions themselves.
15.The ion‐production rate was reduced greatly () when either [O]/[N] or [N]/[O] was very large () while was large implying that surface ionization by or was negligible. Probably NO* would be no more effective than although this is not verifiable at present. No evidence of a diffusion limited reaction was observed at
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