The difference between the quadrupole ion-trap mass spectrometers and Fourier transform ICR mass spectrometers should be determined.
The quadrupole ion-trap mass spectrometer is a type of ion-trap mass spectrometer which is used to trap the charged particles by using dynamic electric fields. The Fourier transform ICR mass spectrometer is a type of ion-trap mass spectrometer in which the ions are eager to a bigger direction within the sight of the attractive field.
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