The reasons why sonic spray ionization can readily produce multiply-charged ions when a high voltage is applied to the source housing have been investigated by using aerosol techniques. Charged droplets were produced by sonic spray from a trifluoroacetic acid solution in triethylene glycol/ethanol. These droplets were analyzed with a differential mobility analyzer to obtain their mobilities, and...
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