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Practical Organic Mass Spectrometry: A Guide for Chemical and Biochemical Analysis, 2nd Edition

ISBN: 978-0-471-95831-4
352 pages
September 1995
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Practical Organic Mass Spectrometry Second Edition A Guide for Chemical and Biochemical Analysis J. R. Chapman Kratos Analytical Instruments, Manchester, UK This volume provides a comprehensive survey of current techniques for the use of mass spectrometry in organic chemical and biochemical analysis. Every aspect of modern instrumentation and technique is discussed. The new edition retains the effective division of material applied in the author's previous volume-theory, practical requirements and applications. However, it has been thoroughly revised and extended to include all recent advances in mass spectrometry, and is complete with extensive references. This is essentially a book for the practising mass spectroscopist which will appeal to both biochemists and organic chemists. Some familiarity with basic principles is assumed but the author has employed a style which makes this volume suitable for beginners and more advanced students alike. The present volume will be particularly valuable to anyone who wishes to evaluate and compare alternative techniques. Main Contents-Instrumentation; Sample Introduction; Chemical lonization (lon-Molecule Reactions); Negative lon Chemical lonization; The lonization of Labile Materials (Part I); The lonization of Labile Materials (Part II); Tandem Mass Spectrometry (The Dissociation of lons); Quantitative Analysis.
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Table of Contents

Instrumentation.

Sample Introduction.

Chemical Ionization: Ion-Molecule Reactions.

Negative Ion Chemical Ionization.

The Ionization of Labile Materials I. The Ionization of Labile Materials II.

Tandem Mass Spectrometry: The Dissociation of Ions.

Quantitative Analysis.

Appendices.

Index.
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