The Bush Lab Collision Cross Section database continues to be an important resource for the ion mobility community. Our database is accessed ~5,000 times per year by researchers from around the world (~70% North America, ~25% Europe, ~5% Asia). Recent updates to our group website had made it more challenging to interact with our data, which has now prompted us to make our data more accessible and provide access to even more of the collision cross sections measured by the Bush Lab.
- The original original site for the Bush Lab Collision Cross Section database now presents data using a different table format, includes data from additional publications, and provides some additional context.
- Data are now also available as a Google Sheet, full-page tables, and a downloadable Excel spreadsheet. Links to these resources are also included on the original site for the database.
We hope that these changes make this data more accessible and useful for the ion mobility spectrometry community. It you have any feedback or suggestions, please feel free to email Matt Bush.