The accelerator mass spectroscopy and the information provided by the same needs to be explained.
Accelerator mass spectroscopy is one of the sub-processes of the different processes in the mass spectroscopy. In this technique the specific ions (under investigation/detection/measurement) are accelerated to very (rather extremely) high kinetic energies.
Like every technique/process, accelerator mass spectroscopy has specific outputs i.e. resulting information.
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