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French researchers develop new mass-spectrometry technology to tackle previously impossible tasks

A team of French researchers has demonstrated a new mass-spectrometry technology based on nanomechanical resonators that measures the mass of particles previously beyond the reach of current commercial technology. They then used their solution to measure the mass of a whole bacteriophage virus capsid, which has not been achieved before.
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