Pulsed q dissociation

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Proteomics Standards Initiative Term
Pulsed q dissociation
A process that involves precursor ion activation at high Q, a time delay to allow the precursor to fragment, then a rapid pulse to low Q where all fragment ions are trapped. The product ions can then be scanned out of the ion trap and detected. [database_cross_reference: PSI:MS]
Superclasses: dissociation method
ID: MS:1000599

Synonym: PQD


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