What is IMS?
“Ion mobility spectrometry (IMS) refers to the principles, methods, and instrumentation for characterizing substances from the speed of swarms (defined as ensembles of gaseous ions) derived from a substance, in an electric field and through a supporting gas atmosphere.” – Ion Mobility Spectrometry, book by Eiceman, Karpas and Hill (2014).
IMS Short Course:
The IMS Short Course is offered at in-person ISIMS conferences. The short course is suitable for individuals with varying levels of IMS experience including those who are new to the IMS field. All efforts will be made to accommodate the interests of the attendees with topics ranging from IMS fundamentals to a wide array of applications.
Differential Ion Mobility Spectrometry, A. A. Shvartsburg, ISBN 978-036757737
Gaseous Ion Mobility, Diffusion, and Reaction, L. A. Viehland, ISBN 978-3030044930
Ion Mobility Spectrometry, 3rd Ed., by G. A. Eiceman, Z. Karpas, H. H. Hill, Jr. ISBN 978-1439859971
Ion Mobility Spectrometry-Mass Spectrometry, C. L. Wilkins, S. Trimpin ISBN 978-138199095
Plasma Chromatography, T. W. Carr, ISBN 978-0306414329
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