Notizen: Ein neues Massenspektrometer ohne Magnetfeld

  title={Notizen: Ein neues Massenspektrometer ohne Magnetfeld},
  author={Wolfgang J. Paul and Helmut Steinwedel},
  journal={Zeitschrift f{\"u}r Naturforschung A},
  pages={448 - 450}

Synchro-PASEF allows precursor-specific fragment ion extraction and interference removal in data-independent acquisition

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Traffic Sign Classification Using Deep and Quantum Neural Networks

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Simulation of calcium-ion Coulomb crystal structure and motion trajectory in linear ion traps

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Simulation of a Miniature Linear Ion Trap with Half-Round Rod Electrodes

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The Omnitrap Platform: A Versatile Segmented Linear Ion Trap for Multidimensional Multiple-Stage Tandem Mass Spectrometry.

Multidimensional multiple-stage tandem processing of ions is demonstrated successfully in a novel segmented linear ion trap. The enhanced performance is enabled by incorporating the entire range of

Pinching arc plasmas by high-frequency alternating longitudinal magnetic field

Arc plasmas have promising applications in many fields, and exploring their properties is of interest. This research paper presents detailed pressure-based finite volume simulations of an argon arc.

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