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mass-spectrometric

Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective of or pertaining to mass spectrometry; determined by mass spectrometry.

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  • adjective relating to or involving a mass spectrometer

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Examples

  • Several of the Nobel Prizes of the twentieth century depended directly on mass-spectrometric analysis.

    Information for the Public - The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2002

  • In this new study, the researchers used ultra-sensitive mass-spectrometric imaging technology to assess which molecules were most likely to be key in the binding process.

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  • In this new study, the researchers used ultra-sensitive mass-spectrometric imaging technology to assess which molecules were most likely to be key in the binding process.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • In this new study, the researchers used ultra-sensitive mass-spectrometric imaging technology to assess which molecules were most likely to be key in the binding process.

    FOXNews.com

  • The Institute of Cancer Research has recently made a major investment in mass spectrometric instrumentation and resources and the successful candidate will join The Signal Transduction Team to develop mass-spectrometric approaches to study both model tumours and clinical samples.

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  • In order to carry out mass-spectrometric investigations, the Jena scientists had to take hormone-producing cell groups from the tiny wasp's brain - a preparation between heartbeats since "the miniaturization is extreme", Predel confirms.

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  • In order to carry out mass-spectrometric investigations, the Jena scientists had to take hormone-producing cell groups from the tiny wasp's brain - a preparation between heartbeats since "the miniaturization is extreme", Predel confirms.

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  • In order to carry out mass-spectrometric investigations, the Jena scientists had to take hormone-producing cell groups from the tiny wasp's brain - a preparation between heartbeats since "the miniaturization is extreme", Predel confirms.

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