Application of mobility theory to the interpretation of data generated by linear and RF excited ion mobility spectrometers

@inproceedings{Spangler2002ApplicationOM,
  title={Application of mobility theory to the interpretation of data generated by linear and RF excited ion mobility spectrometers},
  author={Glenn Edward Spangler and Raanan A. Miller},
  year={2002}
}
  • Glenn Edward Spangler, Raanan A. Miller
  • Published 2002
  • Chemistry
  • Abstract The theory of operation for linear and radio-frequency (RF)-ion mobility spectrometer (IMS) is briefly summarized. The operation of the linear IMS is best described by the continuity equation, and the operation of the RF-IMS is best described by the momentum balance equation. Simple relationships for the RF-IMS show that the compensation field is directly proportional to ion mobility, along with the cube of the dispersion field. When the relationships are applied to the analysis of… CONTINUE READING

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