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Ion Mobility Spectrometer For Online Monitoring Of Trace Compounds

F. Li, Z. Xie, H. Schmidt, S. Sielemann, J. Baumbach
Published 2002 · Chemistry

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Abstract The principle, character and developments of the instrumentation of ion mobility spectrometry are reviewed. The application of ion mobility spectrometers in monitoring chemical warfare agents, explosives, drugs, environmental hazardous compounds and industrial process control are discussed. Process applications with respect to miniaturization of the instrument are presented.
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