afterglow technique

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  • He is best known for his development of the flowing afterglow technique for the study of gas phase ion molecule reactions.
  • This flowing afterglow technique replaced the then standard stationary afterglow.
  • One of the drawbacks of the flowing afterglow technique is the possibility of generating multiple reactant ions.
  • The flowing afterglow technique can be used to identify and quantify the volatile organic compounds (VOCs) of a sample as long as the fundamental ion chemistry is known.
  • He took a postdoctoral position with Charles DePuy and Veronica Bierbaum at the University of Colorado, Boulder where he studied the reactions of gas phase ions using the flowing afterglow technique.