Velocity Map Imaging (VMI) is a powerful experimental technique used in laser physics and physical chemistry research to investigate gas phase ionisation, fragmentation dynamics, photoelectron spectroscopy and much more. VMI provides details on velocity, angular distribution and mass of charged particles, offering more complete information than many standard ion imaging and spectrometry techniques.
With rapid advances in charged particle detection and laser technology in recent years, velocity map imaging is becoming an even more popular technique in research laboratories worldwide. To support this developing market, we have collaborated with internationally renowned physical chemists and laser physicists to develop a range of VMI instrumentation and accessories to provide advanced VMI capabilities in various research laboratories.
- Full systems or component combinations
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