Membrane introduction mass spectrometry (MIMS): a versatile tool for direct, real-time chemical measurements.

@article{Krogh2014MembraneIM,
  title={Membrane introduction mass spectrometry (MIMS): a versatile tool for direct, real-time chemical measurements.},
  author={E T Krogh and Chris G Gill},
  journal={Journal of mass spectrometry : JMS},
  year={2014},
  volume={49 12},
  pages={1205-13}
}
Membrane introduction mass spectrometry (MIMS) is a direct, continuous, on-line measurement technique. It utilizes a membrane to semi-selectively transfer analyte mixtures from a sample to a mass spectrometer, rejecting the bulk of the sample matrix, which can be a gas, liquid or solid/slurry. Analyte selectivity and sensitivity are affected by optimizations at the membrane, ionization and the mass spectrometer levels. MIMS can be roughly classified by the acceptor phase that entrains analyte(s… CONTINUE READING
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