Trends and Advances in Inductively Coupled Plasma Tandem Quadruple Mass Spectrometry (ICP-QMS/QMS) With Reaction Cell
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    Trends and advances in the development and application of inductively coupled plasma tandem quadrupole mass spectrometry (ICP-QMS/QMS) with a reaction cell is reviewed mainly based on publications from January 2018 to July 2021. ICP-QMS/QMS has been applied in various research fields covering the sciences of biology, energy, environmental, food/medical, geology, materials, and radionuclide. The objectives of analysis cover the determination of elemental concentration, ion-gas reaction, isotope analysis, single particle analysis, and chemical speciation analysis. Measurement of most elements in the periodic table are reported except for H, N, O, F, rare gas, and some of the radionuclides. In addition to the default reaction/collision gases (i.e., He, H2, O2, and NH3), N2O, CO2, CH4, CH3F, C2H4, and C2H6 have been used as reaction gases to improve the capability of separating spectral interferences or to study the ion-molecule reactions. Typical applications of ICP-QMS/QMS analysis in the major research fields are also discussed.

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