US Patent 7,078,679. Inductive detection for mass spectrometry. Inventors: Michael Wesphall, Lloyd Smith. Assignee: Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation.
The invention pertains to devices, device configurations, and methods for improved sensitivity, resolution, and efficiency in mass spectrometry. The invention provides methods and devices for analyzing and detecting electrically charged particles.

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