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
During the 2019 China International Import Expo (CIIE) exhibition, TOFWERK China was appointed by Shanghai Municipal Bureau of Ecology and Environment to participate in the ‘CIIE blue’ campaign.
Slowdown in activity during the period including the initial coronavirus outbreak and the Chinese New Year led to massive reductions in VOC emissions – revealing