Mass Spectrometry

An analytical laboratory technique which is used to separate the components of a sample depending upon their mass and electrical charge is Mass Spectrometry (MS). The instrument used in MS is known as Mass Spectrometer. It produces a mass spectrum that plots the mass-to-charge (m/z) ratio of compounds in a mixture. Both qualitative and quantitative chemical can be determined using MS. Identification of the elements and isotopes of the sample, to determine the mass of the molecule, and a helpful tool to identify the structure of the chemicals. Purity and molar mass can be measured using MS. The huge advantage of MS over many other techniques it is extremely sensitive (parts per million). It is also a very useful tool for identifying the unknown components in a sample or confirming the presence of the particular component.

  • Ion Sources
  • Mass Analysers
  • Detectors and Computers
  • Tandem Mass Spectrometry
  • Mass Spectrometry Coupling
  • Analytical Information
  • Fragmentation Reactions
  • Analysis of Biomolecules
  • Carbon NMR Spectroscopy

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