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Liquid Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry is an analytical technique for determining an ion’s mass-to-charge ratio by partitioning the particles within a liquid and measuring the time it takes for each particle to travel through a selected mobile phase. Ultimately this helps in determining the contents of a liquid sample and can be used to analyze biochemical, organic and inorganic compounds.