Trace Element Mapping of High-Pressure, High-Temperature Experimental Samples with Laser Ablation ICP Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry – Illuminating Melt-Rock Reactions in the Lithospheric Mantle Bussweiler, Y.,
Terpenes and Their Oxidation Products in the French Landes Forest: Insights from Vocus PTR-TOF Measurements Li, H., Riva, M., Rantala, P., Heikkinen, L., Daellenbach, K.,
The Vocus PTR-TOF is a robust, low-power, mobile instrument that measures VOCs in air in real time, addressing environmental and industrial problems not accessible by traditional mass spectrometry. In this application note, patterns of VOC emissions from a Vocus PTR-TOF S mobile laboratory are shown around a Chinese megacity, including near a petrochemical facility.
The small footprint and ruggedness of Vocus Elf PTR-TOF are ideal for real-time mobile monitoring of VOCs.
Ambient VOCs were measured with a Vocus S PTR-TOF during a 2400-km mobile laboratory project in Europe. 1,228 ion masses were monitored at 1-second frequency.
The speed and multi-element detection capabilities of the TOFWERK icpTOF are important assets for single particle analysis and high-resolution laser ablation imaging. In this
Sub-micrometer Nanosecond LA-ICP-MS Imaging at Pixel Acquisition Rates above 250 Hz via a Low-Dispersion Setup Stijn J.M. Van Malderen, Thibaut Van Acker, Frank VanhaeckeAnalytical ChemistryDOI:10.1021/acs.analchem.9b05056
Phyo, M. M., Wang, H. A., Guillong, M., Berger, A., Franz, L., Balmer, W. A., & Krzemnicki, M. SMineralsDOI: 10.3390/min10020195 In this paper, U-Pb dating
Earlier this year, we posted measurements of ambient volatile organic compound (VOC) concentrations in a Chinese megacity during the period including the initial coronavirus outbreak
In this webinar Dr. Martin Rittner provides an overview of the newly released icpTOF S2- maximum sensitivity for single particles and bioimaging.
Chemical ionization mass spectrometry (CIMS) has emerged as a powerful tool to support fundamental research in climate and air quality and to address challenging aspects of atmospheric organic chemistry.
Felipe Lopez-Hilfiker TOFWERK, Thun, Switzerland Law enforcement agencies require tools to quickly and safely identify explosives and residues. One such compound is the explosive triacetone triperoxide