Atomic absorption spectrometry is more sensitive than atomic emission spectrometry.
Mass spectrometry provides more structural information about the molecule.
Spectroscopy is qualitative, spectrometry is quantitative.
IONICS Mass Spectrometry Group's motto is 'IONICS Mass Spectrometry Group: Company'.
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Analytical chemistry, gamma spectrometry, alpha spectrometry
Mass spectrometry may be used to determine elements in traces.
Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry was created in 1986.
Mass spectrometry can analyze samples quicker, has a higher sensitivity, and can conduct analysis with smaller sample volumes.
Mass spectrometry can only be used for pure compounds. The compounds also have to be volatile. In addition, mass spectrometry has to be used with other techniques for sample analysis.
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The motto of IONICS Mass Spectrometry Group is 'Go With the Flow
Atomic emission spectrometry is limited to alkali metals.
Using physical methods of analysis: mass spectrometry, gamma spectrometry, etc.
Infrared spectrometry cannot be used quantitatively. It also involves complex sample preparation. In addition, infrared spectrometry may be robust as its sample preparation may affect its results.
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The methods of determination are mass spectrometry or ICP-mass spectrometry.
Atomic absorption spectrometry is used for the determination of metal residues remaining from pharmaceutical manufacturing.
Chromatography is technique for separation of mixture components (either for analytical or preparative purposes) based on their different distribution between stationary and mobile phase. Spectrometry is measurement technique (often used in chromatography as a detection technique) based on a measurement of spectra (in UV/VIS spectrometry - absorbance as a function of wavelength, in mass spectrometry - ion abundance as a function of m/z, in fluorescence spectrometry - emission as a function of wavelength etc.).
Yes for the most part, mass spectrometry can detect the metabolites of most steriods, but not all.
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