Ion mobility spectrometry: recent developments and novel applications

  • Dr. Abu B. Kanu
  • Published 2005


Ion mobility spectrometry (IMS) was first introduced in the late 1960s as an instrumental technique for the detection of trace quantities of gaseous organic compounds at atmospheric pressure. The development of mobility theory and the emerging analytical applications for IMS were later discussed by FW Karasek [1] and researchers continued to gather… (More)

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