Neutralization reionization mass spectrometry

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DRAFT DEFINITION
Neutralization reionization mass spectrometry
Procedure by which neutrals are formed from m/z selected ions by charge transfer to a collision gas or by dissociation. The neutrals are separated from the remaining ions and ionized in collisions with a second gas.
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Reference(s):
F. W. McLafferty. Science 247, 925-929 (1990).
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