Subcommittee of the International Society of Ion Mobility Spectrometry
Ion Mobility Spectrometry (IMS) is a exciting new field of analytical
spectroscopy where rapid instrumental development needs to be supported
by the ability to swap and compare experimental data.
The International Society for Ion Mobility Spectrometery (ISIMS) was
set up in 1998 and one of the first projects acted upon was to start
development on the JCAMP-DX standard for Ion Mobility Spectrometry.
There was extensive discussion within the organisation reflected in
several discussion publications on the JCAMP-DX draft standard:
Int. J. for Ion Mobilty Spectrometry 1(1) 64-67 ,1998.
ijims-1999.pdf (22574 Bytes).
Finalisation of a IUPAC/JCAMP-DX data transfer standard for ion
mobility spectrometry data
Int. J. for Ion Mobility Spectrometry 4(1) 84-108, 2001
Reporting Ion Mobility Spectrometry Data and the IUPAC/JCAMP-DX
International Data Standard
Int. J. for Ion Mobility Spectrometry 5 (1) (2002) 47-50
The final protocol
is now available as a full IUPAC recommendation.
The following testfiles have been made
imsdemo.dx (5,274 bytes)
last modified 20. September 2004.
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