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A ‘Periodic Table’ of mass spectrometry instrumentation and acronyms

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Analytical Methods, Volume: 9, Issue: 35, Pages: 5086 - 5090

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The number of acronyms in mass spectrometry (MS) and hyphenated techniques are growing rapidly. The ever-widening range of users of MS technology has led to variations in terminology and how it has been applied. The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) has undertaken a review of...

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ISSN: 1759-9660 1759-9679
Published: Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) 2017
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