Detection and Quantification of Chemical Plumes Using a Portable Underwater Membrane Introduction Mass Spectrometer
In situ analysis, Membrane introduction mass spectrometry, MIMS, Underwater MS
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Application of in situ membrane introduction mass spectrometry (MIMS) to quantification of aqueous chemicals was evaluated in the laboratory and the field. Laboratory experiments were performed to examine the influence of sampling parameters on mass-resolved time-series data. Results were applied to field data to quantify concentrations in a chemical plume.
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Citation / Publisher Attribution
Trends in Analytical Chemistry, v. 25, issue 7, p. 637-646
Scholar Commons Citation
Short, Robert T.; Toler, Susan K.; Kibelka, Gottfried P. G.; Rueda Roa, Digna; Bell, R. J.; and Byrne, Robert H., "Detection and Quantification of Chemical Plumes Using a Portable Underwater Membrane Introduction Mass Spectrometer" (2006). Marine Science Faculty Publications. 1262.