Advances and Recent Developments in Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry

Mass spectrometry includes an increase in the use of triple quadrapole instruments, instrument miniaturization, and the migration towards multiclass methods of analysis. Detector sensitivity is outpacing analytical column and instrument designs in some cases, which should prompt further research. Chromatography is relied on by many disciplines as a method of separating the components of a mixture. The basic idea of the process is that distinct compounds have different levels of solubility, causing them to travel through the stationary phase at different speeds, resulting in their separation as more highly soluble compounds separate faster than those with lower solubilities.

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