A Second Course in Analysis by J. C. Burkill

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The positive ions drift slowly to the cathode while the secondary electrons produced by the collision of the electrons with the carrier gas move more rapidly and are collected by the anode before they can react with solute molecules. This space charge effect may also be accompanied by the generation of a contact potential due to adsorption of solute molecules on the electrode surface, Negative molecular ions produced by electron capture may also be collected at the anode, although this effect is reduced by the use of an asymmetric detector.

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