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Press conference: Successful implementation of PTR-MS into bioprocess monitoring

The Austrian Center of Industrial Biotechnology (ACIB) with Ionimed Analytik as company partner have presented the success story “ A breathtaking approach “ – Successful implementation...

Unambiguous Real-Time Detection of TNT with PTR-MS

Article in ACS’ Analytical Chemistry journal: Discovery of a new dimension in selectivity for PTR-MS We have already successfully demonstrated the ability of PTR-MS to detect common threat...

Detection of Toxic Industrial Chemicals (TICs) with IONICON PTR-MS

Application case study and article in press: Isocyanates and Polychlorinated Biphenyls real-time detection using PTR-MS - Isocyanates are highly reactive species widely used in industry...

Celebrate IONICON PTR-MS No. 200 with us!

Since our incorporation in 1998 we built more than 200 units of trace gas analyzers and just shipped the 200th PTR-MS to an overseas customer: a high-resolution, ultra-sensitive PTR-TOF 8000...

Laborpraxis Fachartikel über IONICON PTR-MS: Aromadesign und Lebensmittelsicherheit

PTR-MS ist eine etablierte Technologie in der Lebensmittelanalytik und der Geschmacks- und Geruchsforschung - In den letzten Jahren ist PTR-MS zu einer Art “Goldstandard”...

Innsbrucker Forscher und PTR-MS waren Teil der NASA Mission DISCOVER-AQ

PTR-MS hilft dabei neue Erkenntnisse über die Schadstoffverteilung in der Atmosphäre zu gewinnen.

First results of CERN’s CLOUD experiment now published in NATURE journal

PTR-MS technology made in Austria contributes to important results of the CLOUD experiments at CERN - The CLOUD experiment has been designed to study the effect of cosmic...

IONICON presents N.A.S.E. – Nosespace Air Sampling Extension to PTR-MS

IONICON N.A.S.E. is a heated device for the collection of nosespace air and direct introduction into the inlet of a PTR-MS system.

IONICON at 6th Future Security, Security Research Conference

IONICON science manager, Dr. Philipp Sulzer will co-chair the session A3 Detection of hazardous Material and give a lecture.