- Day 1, May 15（Wed.） Room P (Multi-purpose Hall)
Flash Evaporation and Leidenfrost Desorption of Low-Volatility Compounds
Low-volatility compounds are difficult to desorb as their intact forms by the thermal desorption method. In previous work, the Leidenfrost phenomenon-assisted thermal desorption and its application to open ion sources at atmospheric pressure mass spectrometry was reported. Although the greater part of analytes were desorbed as intact forms by Leidenfrost desorption, some thermal degradation was not avoided. In this report, the flash evaporation of low-volatility compounds as their intact forms is reported at the temperature near the boiling point of the solvent for the first time.