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Fundamental aspects of organic mass spectrometry.

Karsten Levsen

Fundamental aspects of organic mass spectrometry.

by Karsten Levsen

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Published by Verlag Chemie in Weinheim, New York .
Written in English


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SeriesProgress in mass spectrometry -- vol.4
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15271013M
ISBN 103527257896

  Kenzo Hiraoka (Ed.): Fundamentals of mass spectrometry Kenzo Hiraoka (Ed.): Fundamentals of mass spectrometry Gross, Jürgen Anal Bioanal Chem () – DOI /s BOOKS AND SOFTWARE IN REVIEW Jürgen H. Gross Published online: 16 April Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg Bibliography . time in organic mass spectrometry. The exchange of specific knowledge and experiences between the two groups has been very fruitful, in particular in the development phase of quantitative analyses by mass spectrometry. Both operative and theoretical aspects have been the objects of many discussions and this was fundamental to clarify those.

  Mass Spectrometry of Organic Ions covers the underlying theories and major applications of mass spectrometry. This chapter book starts with a survey of the mechanisms by which organic ions can decompose and rearrange, as well as the generalized concept in . Principles and Applications of Mass Spectrometry This course note will develop Mass Spectrometry as an analytical tool in chemistry and biochemistry, at an advanced level. Topics covered includes ionization, mass analyzers, ion dissociation, ion mobility, qualitative and .

field of interaction between organic and inorganic anal-ysis. Organic mass spectrometry is becoming increas-ingly more important in elemental speciation analysis, especially for environmental monitoring, biological meta-bolic research, and toxicology research; hence, a concise discussion of the main features of the organic analysis. Average mass of water (H 2 O): + + = Da The monoisotopic mass is the sum of the masses of the atoms in a molecule using the unbound, ground-state, rest mass of the principal (most abundant) isotope for each element instead of the isotopic average mass. Monoisotopic mass is typically expressed in unified atomic.


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