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"The PTR-MS instrument provide us with unique opportunities to investigate dynamic mass transfer processes at low concentrations for a relatively complex chemical composition. We have obtained very useful results related to e.g. emissions of odorous VOC from livestock production and biological air filtration of VOC."
"We use the PTR-MS instrument for both in vitro and in vivo measurements. It constitues an very useful tool to characterize the dynamics of aroma release and to better understand what are the main parameters influencing aroma release, taking product properties and individual physiology into account. It can constitute a first step in better understanding the dynamics of perception."
"We use IONICON Instruments for the measurement of VOCs in mainstream smoke and the exhaled breath of smokers. The PTR-MS is a valuable tool for our research as it allows us to conduct continuous real-time measurements of compounds of interest in a rapidly changing, complex mixture on a puff-by-puff basis."

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At the Frontier of Airborne Research aboard NASA’s Flying Laboratory Using the opportunity provided by NASA’s Student Airborne Research Program (SARP) we gave wings to our newly developed CHARON aerosol inlet. In cooperation with the University of Oslo our team combined CHARON and a custom built PTR-TOF 4000 instrument. Airworthiness requires withstanding of heavy G-forces, […]

https://blog.ionicon.com/2018/09/taking-charon-ptr-tof-to-the-sky/

IONICON-grade PTR-MS Quality: Important Ion Chemistry Dimensions You’ve got used to expecting an IONICON-grade instrument when you see the abbreviation “PTR-MS“? After all, more than 350 IONICON PTR-MS instruments yielded hundreds of high-impact papers and allowed gaining insights in various science domains. But, what determines a real IONICON PTR-MS and how does it compare to other CIMS […]

https://blog.ionicon.com/2018/07/ptr-ms-is-not-ptr-ms/

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P Sulzer, E. Hartungen, G. Hanel, S. Feil, K. Winkler, P. Mutschlechner, S. Haidacher, R. Schottkowsky, D. Gunsch, H. Seehauser, M. Striednig, S. Juerschik, K. Breiev, M. Lanza, J. Herbig, L. Maerk, T. D. Maerk, A. Jordan: "A Proton Transfer Reaction-Quadrupole interface Time-Of-Flight Mass Spectrometer (PTR-QiTOF): High speed due to extreme sensitivity", International Journal of Mass Spectrometry (2014).
W. J. Acton, M. Lanza, B. Agarwal, S. Juerschik, P. Sulzer, K. Breiev, A. Jordan, E. Hartungen, G. Hanel, L. Maerk, C. A. Mayhew, T. D. Maerk: "Headspace analysis of new psychoactive substances using a Selective Reagent Ionisation-Time of Flight-Mass Spectrometer", International Journal of Mass Spectrometry (2013).
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