Method to perform beam-type collision-activated dissociation in the pre-existing ion injection pathway of a mass spectrometer


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Joshua J. Coon , Graeme C. McAlister

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Described herein are methods and systems related to the use of the pre-existing ion injection pathway of a mass spectrometer to perform beam-type collision-activated dissociation, as well as other dissociation methods. The methods can be practiced using a wide range of mass spectrometer configurations and allows MSn experiments to be performed on very basic mass spectrometers, even those without secondary mass analyzers and/or collision cells. Following injection and selection of a particular ion type or population, that population can be fragmented via beam-type collision-activated dissociation (CAD), as well as other dissociation methods, using the pre-existing ion injection pathway or inlet of a mass spectrometer. For CAD applications, this is achieved by transmitting the ions back along the ion injection pathway with a high degree of kinetic energy. As the ions pass into the higher pressure regions located in or near the atmospheric pressure inlet, the ions are fragmented and then trapped. Following fragmentation and trapping, the ions can either be re-injected into the primary ion selection device or sent on to a secondary mass analyzer. More... »

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