Recently we’ve been working on the design and construction of a new instrument build centering around a quadrupole mass spectrometer […]
Atmospheric flow tube-mass spectrometry (AFT-MS) first emerged in 2012 as an ambient vapor sampling technique developed by Ewing et al. […]
  Following up on previous post, we’ve finally released a major update to the Open Source IMS Initiative.  Appearing now […]
Ion gating remains a critical aspect of drift tube IMS experiment and a range of clever approaches have been used […]
Outside of an ionization source and a Faraday plate, a drift tube IMS system is fundamentally comprised of 5 primary […]
We are pleased to report the publication of our work outlining the effective coupling of a drift tube IMS system […]
We are pleased to announce the unpacking and, more importantly, the successful pump down of the G2.  Combined with a […]
Unboxing to commence in t-minus 6 days and counting…
  In early 2015 the research group is pleased to bring the next generation ion mobility-ion trap system online.  This […]