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how are 2 charges formed in a mass spec
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Doesn’t make sense? Are you asking how sample particles come to be charged. If so, the sample is ionised then battered with electrons. This caises the ions to become charges and they are accelerated through an electric and magnetic field.

https://www.khanacademy.org/science/...s-spectrometry
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Doesn’t make sense? Are you asking how sample particles come to be charged. If so, the sample is ionised then battered with electrons. This caises the ions to become charges and they are accelerated through an electric and magnetic field.

https://www.khanacademy.org/science/...s-spectrometry
thank you so much
i just needed info about how ions with a double charge are formed
i found it already thanks
basically when 2 electrons are knocked off they form 2+ charge ions which normally have half the mass to charge ratio..
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