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Appendix C Commercial Sources of Ambient Ionization Mass Spectrometry Instrumentation OVERVIEW While commercially available ambient ionization mass spectrometry instrumentation in the specific configurations recommended by the committee in Chapter 4 may not be currently available off the shelf, the major components have been commercialized and a number of analytical instrument vendors are capable of designing, assembling, and demonstrating instruments meeting potential ACWA specifications. A concise summary of commercial analytical instrument companies producing ambient ionization mass spectrometry instrumentation is presented below. This list should be considered indicative rather than exhaustive and should not be considered an endorsement by either the committee or the National Research Council. AMBIENT IONIZATION MASS SPECTROMETRY TECHNOLOGIES Direct Analysis in Real Time (DART) JEOL USA, Inc. 11 Dearborn Road, Peabody, Massachusetts 01960; 978-535-5900 email@example.com www.jeolusa.com/HOME/tabid/174/Default.aspx U.S. subsidiary of JOEL Ltd. Japan; core owner of DART patents. Its key product is AccuTOF DART, which couples the DART ion source with the high-resolution, accurate mass capability of the AccuTOF time-of-flight mass spectrometer. 147
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148 ASSESSMENT OF AGENT MONITORING STRATEGIES FOR BGCAPP AND PCAPP IonSense, Inc. 999 Broadway, Saugas, Massachusetts 01906; 781-484-1043 Info@IonSense.com www.ionsense.com U.S. licensee of JOEL DART patents. Key products are DART ionization sources, DART SVP controllers, DART-related experimental modules. Also offers atmospheric solids analysis probe (ASAP). Waters Corporation 34 Maple Street, Milford, Massachusetts 01757; 800-252-4752 firstname.lastname@example.org www.waters.com The company's key products are mass spectrometers and integrated atmospheric solids analysis probes (ASAP). Desorption Electro Spray Ionization (DESI) Prosolia, Inc. 351 West 10th Street, Indianapolis, Indiana 46202; 317-278-6171 email@example.com www.prosolia.com The key products are Omni Spray (DESI) ion sources compatible with a range of commercial mass spectrometers. Laser Ablation Electrospray Ionization (LAESI) Protea Biosciences, Inc. 955 Hartman Run Road, Morgantown, West Virginia 26507; 877-776-8321 firstname.lastname@example.org www.proteabio.com The key products are LAESI DP-1000 ionization probes.
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APPENDIX C 149 Liquid Extraction Surface Analysis (LESA) Advion 10 Brown Road, Ithaca, NewYork 14850; 607-266-9162 email@example.com www.advion.com/biosystems/triversa-nanomate/LESA/ Advion's key product is LESA nano-electrospray ionization source compatible with a range of commercial mass spectrometers.
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