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GT-CIMS
Georgia Institute of Technology Chemical Ionization Mass Spectrometer

The Georgia Institute of Technology Chemical Ionization Mass Spectrometer (GT-CIMS) is very similar to other CIMS instruments. GT-CIMS has two different modes that can be used to measure different gases in the atmosphere. The standard mode measures nitric acid and sulfur dioxide, while the second mode measures methanol, acetaldehyde, acetonitrile and acetone.

Instrument Details

Spectrometer/Radiometer
ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY, ATMOSPHERE, HALOCARBONS AND HALOGENS, HYDROGEN CHLORIDE, ATMOSPHERIC CHEMISTRY, ATMOSPHERE, SULFUR COMPOUNDS, SULFUR DIOXIDE
Troposphere
4s
19mm
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External Linkhttps://doi.org/10.1002/2016JD025561
ACCLIP

Asian Summer Monsoon Chemical & Climate Impact Project

2022
West Pacific, South Korea
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1 Deployment
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