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17 Due to strong electron affinity of inert-gas ions, the probability of electron transfer is very high, even in the initial collision with a surface atom. After two or more collisions, most ions are neutralized so that a detector set to analyze only ions of the same type as those in the incident beam detects ions that have almost entirely had only one collision with a target atom. Projectiles entering the solid are discarded because they require several scattering events to return to the surface and exit.
Wissbrun and Polymer Melt RheologydA Guide for Industrial Practice, by F. N. 17 Examples of DMA graphs for three grades of PTFE. ) Timeetemperature superimposition technique allows the prediction of material properties that normally would require measurements over many months or years. To collect the necessary data, measurement of a time-dependent variable is made at a number of temperatures. The curves are shifted mathematically along the time axis until some TGA is a powerful technique for the measurement of thermal stability of materials including polymers.