Mass Spectrometry Forum Tracing the S-Curve: Molecular Applications of ICP-MS

Busch, Kenneth L.
January 2008
Spectroscopy;Jan2008, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p24
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The article discusses the molecular applications of inductively coupled plasma (ICP) linked with mass spectroscopy (MS). The author explains that speciation in ICP-MS refers to the identification of molecular entities that contain an element of interest. Also, the ICP-MS offers a signal based in the intensity of the Sn+ ion with high sensitivity.


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