A mass spectrometer (MS) is an instrument in which a chemical compound is converted from a molecule into ions. These ions are then separated according to their mass to charge (m/z) ratio, and finally the abundance of each ion is measured. These principles are carried out by many different kinds of MS systems, but all MS systems have six major components: the inlet system, ionization system, a vacuum system, mass analyzer, ion detector and data handling system.
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