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The general structure looks fine with the exception of the empty ion trap header and some issues with pictures overlapping borders. For accessibility the first sentence needs to be a better definition of the topic and perhaps reference DART a little less. Someone unfamiliar with DART isn't going to understand the comparison. For grammar and style the "history" section re-states what the introduction says, I would consider adding more context or revising the introduction so the reader doesn't feel like they read the same thing twice. I hope this is helpful. NicoliTesta (talk) 21:03, 4 April 2017 (UTC)
While the structure and content has improved since the last review, there are still some grammatical errors that could use fixing throughout the article. The introductory paragraph, while informative, could likely be written more clearly. NicoliTesta (talk) 19:18, 11 April 2017 (UTC)