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Mass Spectrometry Advance Could Lead to Sensitivity Gains

News   Jan 20, 2021 | Original story from Kanazawa University

 
Mass Spectrometry Advance Could Lead to Sensitivity Gains

A depiction of charge reduction process which is utilized as a pre-treatment process of mass spectrometry, MS (or ion mobility spectrometry, IMS). To increase the accuracy of spectrum, excess charges on the molecular ion (PEG in this figure) is removed via collision with anion in gas. Credit: Kanazawa University.

 
 
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