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by Peter Roepstorff,Jürgen H Gross

eBook Mass Spectrometry: A Textbook ePub
Author: Peter Roepstorff,Jürgen H Gross
Language: English
ISBN: 3642107095
ISBN13: 978-3642107092
Publisher: Springer; 2nd ed. 2011 edition (April 6, 2011)
Pages: 753
Category: Medicine
Subcategory: Medical
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 630
Formats: doc mobi lrf azw
ePub file: 1980 kb
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Mass Spectrometry - A Textbook will guide them from their first steps to the successful application of mass spectrometry in. .Gross does an excellent job of constructing a book that is surprisingly comprehensive, scientifically accurate, and is packed with figures, photos, and examples

Starting from the very principles of gas phase ion chemistry and isotopic properties, it leads through the design of mass analyzers and the ionization methods in use to mass spectral interpretation and coupling techniques. Gross does an excellent job of constructing a book that is surprisingly comprehensive, scientifically accurate, and is packed with figures, photos, and examples. All of the standard topics are covered, including common ionization methods, instrumentation, ion chemistry, and "hot" methods.

Mass Spectrometry by Jürgen Gross is aimed at all mass spectrometrists and MS data users who practice their profession beyond routine and wish to better understand the basics and gimmicks of modern mass spectrometry. gains a vivid impression of the innovative energy and creativity of the field. a highly useful guide to the technical world of analytical mass spectrometry. Wolf Dieter Lehmann, Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry, Vol. 401 (10), December, 2011).

Jurgen H. Gross, Peter Roepstorff. This book offers a balanced mixture of practice-oriented information and theoretical background as well as numerous references, clear illustrations, and useful data tables.

Mass Spectrometry book.

Foreword by Peter Roepstorff. ISBN 978-3-642-10709-2 e-ISBN 978-3-642-10711-5 DOI 1. 5 Springer Heidelberg Dordrecht London New York c Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2004, 2011 .

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Mass Spectrometry-A Textbook. Book · January 2011 with 86 Reads. In the context of general chemistry we rarely pay attention to the different isotopes of the individual elements involved in a reaction. How we measure 'reads'. For instance, the molecular mass of tribromomethane, CHBr3, is usually calculated as 25. 3 g mol−1 on the basis of relative atomic mass from the Periodic Table.

Mass Spectrometry: A Textbook 2nd ed. by Jürgen H Gross (Author),‎ Peter Roepstorff (Foreword).

This book offers a balanced mixture of practice-oriented information and theoretical background as well as numerous references, clear illustrations, and useful data tables. Problems and solutions are accessible via a special website. This new edition has been completely revised and extended; it now includes three new chapters on tandem mass spectrometry, interfaces for sampling at atmospheric pressure, and inorganic mass spectrometry.

FireWater
Concise, has the scientific information necessary for a complete understanding of what mass specometry entails from the practicing scientist's view. This book is a graduate level requiring an understanding of the physics involved and the associated mathematics. Would be a good reference for any laboratory using mass spectrometry on a daily basis.
VariesWent
This is a great textbook for learning about mass spectrometry.
Cells
Very interesting and well written. A must have for your collection!
Opimath
In the preface the reader is warned. If you know nothing about MS, you'll need to read it cover to cover, skipping the details of no interest to you. If you know some MS, just go to the chapter(s) that are interesting to you.

Used that way, it is an excellent book. Having some experience in GC, this book was to me a first choice because most books on GC-MS are pretty outdated.
Nilador
Second edition is excellent and an improvement upon the first in many ways.
Nagis
hope i can get an A in this course!
Gathris
Although many books dealing with organic mass spectrometry (the present oeuvre is restricted to this field in a broad sense) have appeared over the years, since Beynons 1960 classic publication no single author has attempted to compile such a comprehensive treatise. The book comprises twelve chapters including basic principles (quasi-equilibrium theory, energy considerations--for example bond strengths, ionization energies, gas-phase basicities, etc., gas-phase ion chemistry, isotopes), instrumentation (ion separation in time-of-flight, sector-field, quadrupole, ion-trap, and ICR instruments), specifically electron ionization and in detail subsequent fragmentation of organic ions (specific processes, for example -cleavage or McLafferty rearrangement, are grouped together), alternative ionization techniques (chemical ionization, field ionization and desorption, fast atom bombardment and related techniques, MALDI, electrospray), and, in the closing chapter, so-called hyphenated methods (combinations of mass spectrometry with chromatographic methods and tandem mass spectrometry). Each chapter ends with an ample reference list comprising books and review articles and original publications. An appendix contains lists of elements and their isotopic composition, isotope patterns, characteristic fragments observed in electron-ionization spectra, and frequently encountered impurities.

Each chapter offers a detailed discussion with many illustrations facilitating understanding. Reference is always given to the original literature (as recent as 2003, as checks showed). The text is, however, occasionally somewhat verbose. In general the treatment of the various topics is of a thoroughness that it can be used also by advanced users of mass spectrometry for reference and deeper understanding. There are only few exceptions: thus the discussion of chemical ionization is essentially restricted to proton transfer, charge exchange, and electron capture whereas other reagent gases are just mentioned en passant.

Although many practical hints are interspersed in the text, a beginner in the field may be overawed by the wealth of information and ask, What should I do now? For example, in the over-detailed discussion of isotopes and accurate mass measurements there is no indication how to approach the list of elemental compositions obtained in daily practice (e.g. the nitrogen rule is discussed only many chapters later without any reference here).

H. Budzikiewicz
Content and organization of this book is decent. The English translation just isn't quite right though.
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