GC-ICP-MS is a hyphenated technique in which a gas-chromatograph is coupled to the sample inlet of an inductively coupled plasma (ICP) used as the ionization source for mass spectrometry. Depending on the type of the mass spectrometer, one or many elements can be monitored in the GC effluent, obtaining element selective information within the chromatograms.

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