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Mass spectrometer

Advancing Discovery With Two New Mass Spectrometers

Two new scientific instruments will let researchers measure the weight of molecules — and advance our understanding of Alzheimer’s disease, soil microbes and contaminants like PFAS, addiction and more. The instruments, called mass spectrometers, measure molecular weight. “Mass spectrometers... Read More

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