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Proteins or peptides) in a fluid that flows over solid particles. The solution is referred to as the mobile phase, while the particles are termed the stationary phase. Depending on their differing chemical and physical properties, different analyte species will interact in different ways with both phases. Usually, the stationary phase is packed into a column through which the mobile phase flow is led. This way, the analytes separate over time until they elute from the column. The time point in which a peptide elutes is called its retention time (RT).
In the next step, the parent ion is fragmented in Q2. All resulting fragment ions are subsequently scanned in Q3. Usually, several parent ions of different m/z ratios are sequentially analyzed by stepwise alteration of the quadrupole field in Q1 in one MS run in this way. New developments in MS instrumentation today allows for product ion scanning with specialized hybrid-TOF such as Q-TOF or TOF-TOF instruments. Converse to the product ion scan, the PIS is a scan that determines, in a single experiment, all the product (daughter) ion m/z ratios that are produced by the reaction of a selected peptide (parent) ion m/z ratio.
Nonlinear ITs were first described by Paul et al. (56). The IT itself consists of two adversely arranged hyperbolic electrodes with a ring electrode 12 May et al. between them. This setup is used to establish dynamic electric fields in all three dimensions, which allows focusing of incoming ions in the center of the trap. From this point on, the ions can be selectively ejected and passed to the detector, or can be fragmented. 2), combined with the activation of the ions induced by resonance to the changing electric fields (57).