Georgia Tech Chemical Ionization Mass Spectrometer (GT CIMS) for HIAPER

Lewis Gregory Huey, Frank Flocke & UCAR/NCAR-Earth Observing Laboratory
A chemical ionization mass spectrometer (CIMS) capable of measurements in two basic configurations has been constructed for the HIAPER platform. In CIMS the target molecule is ionized via an ion-molecule reaction with a reagent ion and selectively detected with a mass spectrometer. The HIAPER CIMS is designed to operate in either negative or positive ion mode, allowing trace gases with affinities for forming either type of ions to be detected. In its most common configuration...
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