Flowing atmospheric pressure afterglow for ambient ionization: Reaction pathways revealed by modeling.
M. Aghaei and A. Bogaerts
Anal. Chem.93, 6620-6628 (2021) and its supporting information.

Modeling plasmas in analytical chemistry - An example of cross-fertilization.

A. Bogaerts

Anal. Bioanal. Chem.412, 6059-6083 (2020) (Invited feature article in the topical collection featuring “Female Role Models in Analytical Chemistry”)

Analysis of short-lived reactive species in plasma−air−water systems: The Dos and the Do Nots.
Y. Gorbanev, A. Privat-Maldonado and A. Bogaerts
Anal. Chem., 90, 13151−13158 (2018)

Inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry: insights through computer modeling.
A. Bogaerts and M. Aghaei
J. Anal. Atom. Spectrom., 32, 233-261 (2017)  (invited review paper)  (Selected for the cover page of the journal)

Particle transport through an inductively coupled plasma torch: elemental droplet evaporation.
M. Aghaei and A. Bogaerts
J. Anal. Atom. Spectrom., 31, 631-641 (2016)  (Selected for the cover page of the journal  /  Selected as a HOT article in 2016)

Occurrence of gas flow rotational motion inside the ICP torch: a computational and experimental study.
M. Aghaei, L. Flamigni, H. Lindner, D. Günther and A. Bogaerts
J. Anal. Atom. Spectrom., 29, 249-261 (2014)(Selected for the inside front page of the journal)

Laser ablation for analytical sampling: what can we learn from modeling?
A. Bogaerts, Z. Chen, R. Gijbels and A. Vertes
Spectrochim. Acta B, 58, 1867-1893 (2003)

Modeling of glow discharges: what can we learn from it ?
A. Bogaerts and R. Gijbels
Anal. Chem., 69, A719-A727 (1997)  (Invited review paper)