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This configuration provides improved overlap of the laser beam with the ions if the cell is operated in drift mode. Ion Formation Pulse D e t e ct n | I ^ ion trapping. time _ , Pulse open ° P t i c al Shutter Shutter Signal closed L-irradiation of stored ions 1 J I -~ time FIG. 3 Timing sequence for trapped ion ICR photodissociation experiments. Ions may be irradiated during any portion of the trapping period. [From Bomse et al. ] 48 L. R. THORNE AND J. L. BEAUCHAMP FIG. 4 Schematic view of the ICR cell and optical configuration.

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