Mass Spectrometry: Applications in Science and Engineering
An interdisciplinary overview of modern mass spectrometry, its instrumentation and applications. After an introduction tracing the history of mass spectrometry, six chapters treat instrumentation: the production, analysis, and detection of ions; data processing; and chromatograph-spectrometer systems. The following chapters discuss applications in a wide variety of disciplines. References, drawn from international sources, appear at the end of each chapter.
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