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'Meter' and 'meter' in the name of the instrument

by:Sure     2021-07-30
This has to start with the naming rules of the instrument. Why can't gas chromatography mass spectrometry be called mass spectrometry gas chromatography? Why can't flow injection inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry be abbreviated as ICP-FI-MS? Generally speaking, the naming order of the instrument should be strictly consistent with the order of the analyte experienced during sample analysis, especially when there are more combined techniques for sample processing. This has to start with the naming rules of the instrument. Why can't gas chromatography mass spectrometry be called mass spectrometry gas chromatography? Why can't flow injection inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry be abbreviated as ICP-FI-MS? Generally speaking, the naming order of the instrument should be strictly consistent with the order of the analyte experienced during sample analysis, especially when there are more combined techniques for sample processing, such as ID-FI-IC-ICP-TOF- MS stands for Isotope Dilution-Flow Injection-Ion Chromatography Separation-Inductively Coupled Plasma-Time of Flight Mass Spectrometry. For a specific instrument, such as ICP-AES, is it called an inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectrometer or an inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectrometer? From the above analysis, it can be seen that no matter whether it is a 'meter' or a 'meterGenerally speaking? 'Meter' means that the signal of the analyte has been directly converted into an electrical signal at the end of the analytical instrument, which corresponds to the English word 'meterInstruments that directly convert electrical signals are represented by'meter', which corresponds to'scope' in English. The detector is usually a photosensitive plate, and the one that is directly viewed with the eyes is called a'mirror', such as a microscope, an electron microscope, etc. With the widespread use of computers, more and more instruments directly output analog or digital electrical signals. According to this understanding, it seems that most of them should use 'meters'. In fact, this is not the case, because the Chinese have another understanding. Generally speaking, relatively small instruments are represented by'meter', such as thermometers, pH meters, etc., while large analytical instruments are represented by'meter'?quot;spectrometer ( Pu Yi? He is also an emperor anyway, of course very big). In this way, most of the instruments are mostly represented by 'meters'. Regardless of whether you use 'meter' or 'meterDon't use it wrong.
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