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21 August 2020 Species separation of molecular contamination from space materials by QTGA/MS
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Contamination modeling has struggled with the challenge of species separation. Without the capabiliity to physically identify the chemical nature of contaminants and their contributions, the realistic correspondence between a chosen model and its underlying physics is very difficult to demonstrate. With the development of TGA/MS coupling experimental techniques and specific data treatments, a species separation was achieved on the ScotchWeld EC2216 adhesive. After a detailed exposure of the species separation need, this paper presents the experimental facility and the numerical procedure to effectively get contaminants identification and differentiate their contribution in a mixture.
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Eudes Grosjean, Emilie Vanhove, Vincent Mouysset, Jean-François Roussel, Delphine Faye, and Guillaume Rioland "Species separation of molecular contamination from space materials by QTGA/MS", Proc. SPIE 11489, Systems Contamination: Prediction, Control, and Performance 2020, 114890G (21 August 2020); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2569065
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