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Short communication on Mass Spectrometry
Mass spectrometry (MS) is an analytical technique that quantifies the mass-to-charge proportion of particles. The outcomes are commonly introduced as a mass range, a plot of force as an element of the mass-to-charge proportion. This analytical technique can often be used to calculate the exact molecular weight of the sample components as well. The essential rule of mass spectrometry (MS) is to create particles from either inorganic or natural mixes by any reasonable strategy, to isolate these particles by their mass-to-charge proportion (m/z) and to identify them subjectively and quantitatively by their separate m/z and bounty.
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