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0 V trap p o t e n t i a l . When the z-mode position and v e l o c i t y at the beginning of the excitation i s compared with the corresponding information at the conclusion of the e x c i t a t i o n , i t i s found that i n a l l the cases t r i e d for benzene (m/q = 78) and nitrogen (m/q = 28), the z-mode energy i s increased by the e x c i t a t i o n . Those benzene ions with i n i t i a l ion z-mode energies 50 percent of the trappable maximum are l o s t i n the z-direction whereas ions with i n i t i a l z-modes of 40 percent or less are not l o s t .
Here, we describe some examples, not a l l of them complete, o f systematic attempts to investigate problems i n current implementations of FTMS with an eye on improvement of the instrument. Comparison with Sector Instruments. Modern double-focussing mass spectrometers have a long history of development, which was recently reviewed (Y). The instrument has evolved through a long series of complex and interweaving events beginning with the early experiments of J . J . Thomson (2) and the f i r s t mass spectrographs of Correspondence should be addressed to this author.