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"Brilliant combination of in obtaining sophisticated data and simplicity in operation and maintenance."
"The IONICON LCU-a allows us to generate trace amounts of VOCs from aqueous standards that are analyzed with our developed biosensor devices. The unit has been adapted to provide a new strategy of electrical characterization at room temperature within biomedical applications, specifically for the H2020 HEARTEN project."
"The PTR-MS is great for us because it works very well for DMS and all its isotopes. This makes it great for doing process studies in which we follow the conversion pathways of environmentally important compounds. Because of its high sensitivity there is no need for preconcentration of samples anymore, which simplifies our analysis greatly. Also setting-up the machine is relatively easy, (essentially plug-and-play) which is very convenient in remote places."

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A breath summit and an atmospheric chemistry conference – both communities benefit from PTR-TOFMS and are supported by IONICON Visit us at the IABR breath summit 2016, at the ETH Zurich in two weeks and experience ultra-sensitive, high-resolution breath gas analysis by PTR-TOFMS! This in combination with the IONICON BET-med sampling interface that is ISO 60601 certified […]

https://blog.ionicon.com/2016/08/visit-us-iabr-igac-september-2016/

Scientists analysed the air in cinemas and discovered that every movie leaves a characteristic pattern of VOCs Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Chemistry and the Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz, Germany investigated how the composition of the air changed when an audience watched movies from different genres such as comedies like “The Secret Life of […]

https://blog.ionicon.com/2016/07/theres-suspense-air-detected-ionicon-ptr-tofms/

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E. Schuhfried, M. Probst, J. Limtrakul, S. Wannakao, E. Aprea, L. Cappellin, T. D. Märk, F. Gasperi, F. Biasioli: Sulfides: chemical ionization induced fragmentation studied with Proton Transfer Reaction-Mass Spectrometry and density functional calculations, J. Mass Spectrom. 48 (2013), 367–378.
Morisco, F.; Aprea, E.; Lembo, V.; Fogliano, V.; Vitaglione, P.; Mazzone, G.; Cappellin, L.; Gasperi, F.; Masone, S.; De Palma, G. D. & others Rapid “Breath-Print” of Liver Cirrhosis by Proton Transfer Reaction Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry. A Pilot Study. PloS one, Public Library of Science, 2013, 8, e59658
6. - 9. July 2014
Visit our booth and talk at Breath Analysis 2014 in Torun!
1. - 4. April 2014
Visit us at Analytica booth #A2.508B where we'll launch the new PTR-TOF 1000!