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3D-printed parts could make mass spectroscopy more accessible

MIT 3d printing ioniser

Parts of the new device, including a green printed circuit board (PCB) with orange casing on top. Under the casing is a black rectangle where the electrospray emitter is located. (Image: Luis Fernando Velásquez-García, et al)

The 3D-printed low-cost ionisers performs twice as well as its state-of-the-art counterparts, which could enable an affordable, in-home device for health monitoring

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