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Chemical Detection Intelligence

Sensors are revolutionizing our lives. They’re making vehicles smarter, homes safer, and factories more efficient. Owlstone delivers an electronic sense of smell to everyday life, so that we can monitor the chemical world around us.

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High Resolution, Extreme Field Spectra of Small Molecules with Advanced FAIMS Configuration

PITTCON 2015 Session 60-04 - Differential Ion Mobility Spectrometry: New FAIMS Instrumentation and Applications, Sunday March 8 2015, New Orleans, LA

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Rapid Thermal Modulation Ion Spectrometry (RTMIS)

Ashley Wilks, BDM (Technology) & Mark Brennan (EVP, Homeland Defense) Owlstone Inc., 761 Main Avenue Norwalk, CT 06851

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Smaller, Cheaper, "Better" - Disruptive Innovation for Chemical Detection. An Essay

Ashley Wilks, BDM (Technology) & Mark Brennan, EVP Homeland Defense Owlstone Inc., 761 Main Avenue Norwalk, CT 06851

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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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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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