Current applications and perspectives of ion mobility spectrometry to answer chemical food safety issues. Hernández-Mesa, M., Escourrou, A., Monteau, F., Le Bizec, B., & Dervilly-Pinel, G. 94:39–53.
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Ion mobility spectrometry (IMS) has recently caught the attention of researchers from different fields including food safety. In general, IMS has been considered as analytical detection tool for the analysis of residues and contaminants in foodstuffs due to its high sensitivity, quick response and portability. However, IMS also provides an extra separation dimension when it is coupled to traditional liquid chromatography or gas chromatographyemass spectrometry methods. Due to the enhancement of the resolving power, target analytes can be easier isolated from chemical background as well as isobaric and isomeric compounds are separated. In addition, collision cross section databases for residues and contaminants have been recently reported. It supposes the first attempt for considering this IMS-related parameter as an additional dimension for chemical structure elucidation in food safety control. This review presents an overview of the current state of IMS in the field and discusses its main perspectives in the area.
@article{hernandez-mesa_current_2017,
	title = {Current applications and perspectives of ion mobility spectrometry to answer chemical food safety issues},
	volume = {94},
	issn = {01659936},
	url = {https://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S016599361730122X},
	doi = {10.1016/j.trac.2017.07.006},
	abstract = {Ion mobility spectrometry ({IMS}) has recently caught the attention of researchers from different fields including food safety. In general, {IMS} has been considered as analytical detection tool for the analysis of residues and contaminants in foodstuffs due to its high sensitivity, quick response and portability. However, {IMS} also provides an extra separation dimension when it is coupled to traditional liquid chromatography or gas chromatographyemass spectrometry methods. Due to the enhancement of the resolving power, target analytes can be easier isolated from chemical background as well as isobaric and isomeric compounds are separated. In addition, collision cross section databases for residues and contaminants have been recently reported. It supposes the first attempt for considering this {IMS}-related parameter as an additional dimension for chemical structure elucidation in food safety control. This review presents an overview of the current state of {IMS} in the field and discusses its main perspectives in the area.},
	pages = {39--53},
	journaltitle = {{TrAC} Trends in Analytical Chemistry},
	author = {Hernández-Mesa, Maykel and Escourrou, Antoine and Monteau, Fabrice and Le Bizec, Bruno and Dervilly-Pinel, Gaud},
	urldate = {2019-03-29},
	date = {2017-09},
	langid = {english},
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