analytical chemistry

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analytical chemistry

The branch of chemistry that studies the separation, identification and quantification of the chemical components of natural and artificial materials.

analytical chemistry

Chemistry concerned with the detection of chemical substances (qualitative analysis) or the determination of the amounts of substances (quantitative analysis) in a compound.
See also: chemistry
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Dass starts with the basics of operation and then covers modes of ionization, mass analysis and ion detection, tandem mass spectrometry, hyphenated separation techniques, organic mass spectrometry, inorganic mass spectrometry, structure determination of proteins and peptides and their post-translational modifications, higher order structures, oligosaccharides, characterizations of lipids, and structure determination of oligonucleotides.
Instrumentation, including modes of ionization, condensed phase ionization techniques, mass analysis and ion detection, tandem mass spectrometry, and hyphenated separation techniques