Ion mobility measurements and their applications to clusters and biomolecules

  • Clemmer M.F. D
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Ion mobility measurements can be used to obtain structural information for large polyatomic ions in the gas phase. The methods are flexible and can be applied to a wide range of chemical systems. This article reviews the development of these methods and discusses recent applications to complex ions such as atomic clusters and large biomolecules.

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  • IMS, poyatomic ions, atomic clusters, large biomol

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