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Mass Spectrometers

Mass Spectrometry Resource Guide

Mass Spectrometry Resource Guide

Mass spectrometers measure the mass-to-charge ratio (m/z) of one or more molecules in a sample, and create spectra that can be used to determine the mass and structure of these molecules. Each mass spectrometer consists of an ionization source, to convert molecules to gas-phase ions, a mass analyzer to sort and separate the ions, and a detection system. There are many different configurations of mass spectrometers available, and it is important to consider the sample types being analyzed, and the resolution and speed of analysis required.

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In this eBook you will learn: 

  • Questions to ask when buying mass spectrometers
  • The importance of calibration and qualification of your mass spectrometry instruments
  • How using triple-quadrupole mass spectrometry can simplify your workflow
  • New techniques in MS-based proteomic screenings
  • Mass spec strategies for drug discovery


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