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Quick Start Installation Guide for V-OVG

This document is a quick guide to help with installation of the V-OVG. This document is only a supplement to the V-OVG User Manual, which must be read before using the instrument.

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GenSys User Manual

This user manual contains all the information you will need to initially install and run the Owlstone Gen-Sys system. Additional information and updates are available on the owlstone-inc.com website under Support in the main menu.

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OVG-4 Technical Specification

The Owlstone OVG-4 is a system for generating trace concentration levels of chemicals and calibration gas standards.

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Ultrafast Differential Ion Mobility Spectrometry at Extreme Electric Fields in Multichannel Microchips

The maximum electric field intensity (E) in field asymmetric waveform ion mobility spectrometry (FAIMS) analyses was doubled to E > 60 kV/cm. In earlier devices with >0.5 mm gaps, such strong fields cause electrical breakdown for nearly all gases at ambient pressure.

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Rapid Thermal Modulation Ion Spectrometry (RTMIS) Part 1

Underlying Separation Principles and Model of Operation

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Optimizing Ion Separators for DMS/FAIMS at Ultra-High-Fields

American Chemical Society Fall Meeting – Analytical Division, Conventional and Differential Ion Mobility Spectrometry - AM Session, Philadelphia, PA. August 20 2012

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OwlSensT - Advanced Chemical Detector

Portable and Fixed Site Chemical Detection

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Precise determination of nonlinear function of ion mobility for explosives and drugs at high electric fields for microchip FAIMS

High-field asymmetric waveform ion mobility spectrometry (FAIMS) separates ions by utilizing the characteristics of nonlinear ion mobility at high and low electric fields.

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Characterization of a miniature, ultra-high-field, ion mobility spectrometer

By combining a multiple micron-gap ion separator with a novel high-frequency separation waveform drive topology, it has been possible to considerably extend the separation field limits employed in Field Asymmetric Ion Mobility Spectrometry (FAIMS)/Differential Mobility Spectrometry (DMS); giving rise to an Ultra-High-Field operational domain.

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