The Vocus CI-IMS-TOF is a groundbreaking technology that combines Ion Mobility Spectrometry (IMS) and Chemical Ionization (CI) Time-of-Flight (TOF) Mass Spectrometry to provide 2D ion mass/charge and cross section data.
This talk describes how users can tap into recently developed ultra-sensitive FTIR technology to monitor up to hundreds of compounds simultaneously in real-time with comparable detection limits to traditional GC-MS analysis.
Companies around the globe measure ethylene oxide (EO) from stationary sources regularly. The analysis has recently garnered significant interest in the US due to proposed new emission and exposure standards. There are many unique challenges associated with low level ethylene oxide monitoring with any technology
Join the expert panel discussion as they address trends and audience submitted questions regarding the movement of tandem quadrupole mass spectrometry as the replacement for traditional magnetic sector instruments for a variety of persistent organic pollutants (POP’s).