Please note the purchase selections above: You may select either the entire Mass Spectrometry section ($7,000) or any of the individual Market Briefs within ($2,500 each).
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 ratio, and finally the abundance of each ion is measured.
This section includes the following technologies:
- Quadrupole LC/MS
- FT-MS and Ion Trap LC/MS
- Time of Flight LC/MS
- Magnetic Sector Mass Spectrometry
- Portable and In-Field Mass Spectrometry
- Ion Mobility Spectrometry
Discussions on SIMS can be found in the surface science section, while ICP-MS can be found in the atomic spectroscopy section. It should be noted that this section excludes associated HPLC, GC, and other separation techniques that are commonly used in conjunction with mass spectrometry techniques. Related demand for these technologies is covered within the respective portions of the chromatography section.
This section is directly extracted from the The 2022 Global Assessment Report: The Analytical and Life Science Instrumentation Industry.