accelerator mass spectrometry

noun

Definition of accelerator mass spectrometry

chemistry

  1. :  a technique of mass spectrometry that uses a particle accelerator to bring a small amount of the sample to be analyzed to high velocities Although accelerator mass spectrometry … was introduced in 1977, it remains relatively unknown in the chemistry community. — Celia M. Henry —abbreviation AMS

accelerator mass spectrometer

noun

1980

First Known Use of accelerator mass spectrometry

1980


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