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A mass spectrometer is a laboratory instrument used to measure the mass-to-charge ratio of particles. It is an essential tool in many fields of scientific research, including chemistry, physics, and biology. The mass spectrometer works by ionizing a sample, then measuring the mass of the resulting ions. This information can be used to identify the composition of the sample and to study its properties.
Mass spectrometers come in a range of sizes and prices, depending on the type of instrument and its features. Smaller benchtop models can cost a few thousand dollars, while larger, more advanced models can cost tens of thousands of dollars. Many manufacturers make mass spectrometers, including Agilent, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Bruker, and Shimadzu. These companies offer a variety of models, from basic instruments to more sophisticated instruments with advanced features.