Mass Spectrometer

Mass Spectrometer Definition:

A device in which a compound is first vaporized and converted into ions, which are then separated and detected.

Mass Spectrometer Explained:

The mechanism of the ion signal as a function to mass-to-change ratio. The spectra area are used to determine the elemental or the isotopic signature of a sample, the particles, and molecules to clarify the chemical structures.

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