Study of ion mobility of gas mixtures.
Presented by Magdalena KAJA
Track: Applied Research
M.A. Kaja1, G. Kamiński2, A.F.V. Cortez3, F.I.G.M. Borges3 1Faculty of Physics, Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw, Poland 2Heavy Ion Laboratory at the University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland 3 Laboratory of Instrumentation and Experimental Particle Physics – LIP, Coimbra, Portugal The measurement method and initial results will be presented. Three unstudied gases were explored - CF4, Xe – CF4 and Ar – CF4. The ion mobility in this two gaseous mixtures are LCTPC Collaborations object of interest. The measurements were performed in Laboratory of Instrumentation and Experimental Particle Physics – LIP, Coimbra, Portugal. This Laboratory has unique device for studying ion mobility [1,2], thanks to which it has already published many results of ion mobility in different gases. References  A.N.C. Garcia, P.N.B. Neves, A.M.F. Trindade, F.P. Santos and C.A.N. Conde, A new contribution to the experimental measurement of the N+4 and N2+ ion mobility in N2 at 298K, Jinst 7 (2012) P02012  P.N.B. Neves, C.A.N. Conde and L.M.N. Távora, Experimental measurement of the mobilities of atomic and dimer Ar, Kr and Xe ions in their parent gases, J. Chem. Phys. 133 (2010) 124316