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Poster Title: Mass Spectrometry
Submitted on 25 Dec 2020
Author(s): Alfa Chemistry Testing Lab
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Abstract: Mass spectrometry can provide abundant structural information in analysis. The combination of separation technology and mass spectrometry is a breakthrough in separation science. With the development of mass spectrometry, the application of mass spectrometry is becoming more and more widely. Mass spectrometry is widely used in chemical, environmental, energy, pharmaceutical, sports medicine, criminal science and technology, life science, materials science and other fields because of its high sensitivity, low sample consumption, fast analysis speed and simultaneous separation and identification.Summary: Mass spectrometry is a kind of identification technology, which plays a very important role in the identification of organic molecules. References: https://www.alfachemic.com/testinglab/resources/mass-spectrometry.htmlReport abuse »
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