Ion source for mass spectrometers

Atmospheric pressure chemical ionization is an admired match to electro-spray. Since atmospheric pressure chemical ionization does not produce proliferate charged ions, and works at superior temperatures, it is generally employed to examine lesser, thermally even non-polar and polar amalgams. The APCI source of Agilent is sensitive, but very strong due to orthogonal scatter and counter flow aeration gas. Similar to the Electrospray ionization resource, it can produce both negative and positive ions, and ion division can be based on the toggling of spectrums.

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