Laser-activated membrane introduction mass spectrometry for high-throughput evaluation of bulk heterogeneous catalysts.

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Laser-activated membrane introduction mass spectrometry (LAMIMS), a high-throughput screening method, evaluates heterogeneous catalysts under realistic reactor conditions. It is a precise, versatile system requiring no moving parts. The catalyst array is supported on carbon paper overlaid upon a silicone rubber membrane configured in a variation of membrane… (More)

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@article{Nayar2002LaseractivatedMI, title={Laser-activated membrane introduction mass spectrometry for high-throughput evaluation of bulk heterogeneous catalysts.}, author={Amit Nayar and Renxuan Liu and Robert H. Allen and Michael J. McCall and R. R. Willis and Eugene S. Smotkin}, journal={Analytical chemistry}, year={2002}, volume={74 9}, pages={1933-8} }