afterglow mass

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  • Flowing-afterglow mass spectrometry is used for trace gas analysis.
  • Total body water can be determined using Flowing afterglow mass spectrometry measurement of deuterium abundance in breath samples from individuals.
  • Flowing-afterglow mass spectrometry (FA-MS), is an analytical chemistry technique for the sensitive detection of trace gases.
  • Flowing-afterglow mass spectrometry uses a flowing afterglow to create protonated water cluster ions in a helium or argon carrier gas in a flow tube that react with sample molecules that are measured by a mass spectrometer downstream.
  • Robert Reed Squires (January 11, 1953 - September 30, 1998) was an American chemist known for his work in gas phase ion chemistry and flowing afterglow mass spectrometry.