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Author Ashcroft, Alison E.

Title Ionization methods in organic mass spectrometry / Alison E. Ashcroft
Published Cambridge, UK : Royal Society of Chemistry, [1997]


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Description x, 176 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Series RSC analytical spectroscopy monographs
RSC analytical spectroscopy monographs.
Contents Machine derived contents note: Introduction; Atmospheric Pressure Ionization Techniques - Electrospray Ionization and Atmospheric Pressure Chemical Ionization; Electron Impact and Chemical Ionization; Fast Atom/Ion Bombardment Ionization, Continuous Flow Fast Atom/Ion Bombardment Ionization; Field Desorption and Field Ionization; Thermospray Ionization; Matrix Assisted Laser Desorption Ionization; Appendices; Subject Index
Summary Ionization Methods in Organic Mass Spectrometry is a basic practical guide for scientists of all disciplines who wish to analyse samples by organic mass spectrometry. Concentrating on instrumental operation, this book gives step-by-step instructions on how to set up, and how to achieve the best results, using a range of ionization methods, including atmospheric pressure chemical ionization, electrospray ionization and matrix assisted laser desorption ionization. Ionization Methods in Organic Mass Spectrometry will enable a beginner, or practitioner with limited experience, to choose the most appropriate ionization technique in application areas such as biomolecules, drugs and metabolites, pesticides, polymers and many other organic compounds. It will be a valuable practical guide for technicians, graduates, students or researchers - or indeed anyone new to practical organic mass spectrometry
Notes Includes index
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes System requirements: Internet connectivity, World Wide Web browser, and Adobe Acrobat
Subject Mass spectrometry.
Chemical ionization mass spectrometry.
Organic compounds -- Analysis.
Genre/Form Ebook
Author Royal Society of Chemistry (Great Britain)
LC no. 2003389072
ISBN 0854045708