The application of the fast, multi-hit, pixel imaging mass spectrometry sensor to spatial imaging mass spectrometry.
Imaging mass spectrometry is a powerful technique that allows chemical information to be correlated to a spatial coordinate on a sample. By using stigmatic ion microscopy, in conjunction with fast cameras, multiple ion masses can be imaged within a single experimental cycle. This means that fewer laser shots and acquisition cycles are required to obtain a full data set, and samples suffer less degradation as overall collection time is reduced. We present the first spatial imaging mass spectro...Expand abstract
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