membrane inlet mass spectrometry(redirected from Membrane introduction mass spectrometry)
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membrane inlet mass spectrometryA system in mass spectrometry consisting of a semipermeable membrane that permits passage of gas-phase volatile sample molecules directly into the mass spectrometer ion source. MIMS is usually operated as an electron ionisation or chemical ionisation source.
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