Mass Spectrometry Handbook

Mass Spectrometry Handbook

Editor(s): Mike S. Lee

Published Online: 21 MAY 2012 01:56AM EST

Print ISBN: 9780470536735

Online ISBN: 9781118180730

DOI: 10.1002/9781118180730

Series Editor(s): Mike S. Lee

About this Book

Due to its enormous sensitivity and ease of use, mass spectrometry has grown into the analytical tool of choice in most industries and areas of research. This unique reference provides an extensive library of methods used in mass spectrometry, covering applications of mass spectrometry in fields as diverse as drug discovery, environmental science, forensic science, clinical analysis, polymers, oil composition, doping, cellular research, semiconductor, ceramics, metals and alloys, and homeland security. The book provides the reader with a protocol for the technique described (including sampling methods) and explains why to use a particular method and not others. Essential for MS specialists working in industrial, environmental, and clinical fields.

Table of contents

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  1. Section I: Biotechnology/Proteins

    1. Chapter 1

      Targeted Proteomics Using Immunoaffinity Purification (pages 1–21)

      Karen R. Jonscher, Lei Jin, John C. Cambier, Shaikh M. Rahman and Jacob E. Friedman

    2. Chapter 4

      Methodologies for Identifying Microorganisms and Viruses by Mass Cataloging of RNAs (pages 85–105)

      George W. Jackson, Rafal Drabek, Mithil Soni, Roger McNichols, Richard C. Willson and George E. Fox

  2. Section II: Pharmaceutical

    1. Chapter 12

      Accelerator Mass Spectrometry in Pharmaceutical Development (pages 259–269)

      Benjamin J. Stewart, Graham Bench, Bruce A. Buchholz, Kurt W. Haack, Michael A. Malfatti, Ted J. Ognibene and Kenneth W. Turteltaub

  3. Section III: Clinical Analysis

    1. Chapter 14

      Mass Spectrometry for Steroid Analysis (pages 297–337)

      William J. Griffiths, Michael Ogundare, Anna Meljon and Yuqin Wang

  4. Section IV: Forensics

  5. Section V: Space Exploration

  6. Section VI: Homeland Security

  7. Section VII: Food Analysis

  8. Section VIII: Environmental

    1. Chapter 28

      Proton Transfer Reaction Mass Spectrometry (PTR-MS) (pages 605–630)

      Yujie Wang, Chengyin Shen, Jianquan Li, Haihe Jiang and Yannan Chu

  9. Section IX: Geological

  10. Section X: Archaeology

  11. Section XI: Surface Analysis

    1. Chapter 41

      Analysis of thin and thick Films (pages 943–959)

      Philippe Le Coustumer, Patrick Chapon, Agnès Tempez, Yuriy Popov, George Thompson, Igor Molchan, Nicolas Trigoulet, Peter Skeldon, Antonino Licciardello, Nunzio Tuccitto, Ivan Delfanti, Katrin Fuhrer, Marc Gonin, James Whitby, Markus Hohl, Christian Tanner, Nerea Bordel Garcia, Lara Lobo Revilla, Jorge Pisonero, Rosario Pereiro, Cristina Gonzalez Gago, Alfredo Sanz Medel, Mihai Ganciu Petcu, Ani Surmeian, Constantin Diplasu, Andreea Groza, Norbert Jakubowski, Roland Dorka, Stela Canulescu, Johann Michler, Philippe Belenguer, Thomas Nelis, Abdellatif Zahri, Philippe Guillot, Laurent Thérèse, Arnaud Littner, Richard Vaux, Julien Malherbe, Frédéric Huneau, Fred Stevie and Hugues François-Saint-Cyr

  12. Section XII: Polymers

    1. Chapter 44

      ETV-ICPMS for Analysis of Polymers (pages 1061–1077)

      Maite Aramendía Marzo, Martín Resano and Frank Vanhaecke

    2. Chapter 45

      Polymers (pages 1079–1105)

      Maurizio S. Montaudo and Salvatore Battiato

  13. Section XIII: Analytical Techniques

    1. Chapter 51

      Mass Spectrometry in the SSITKA Studies (pages 1229–1256)

      L. G. Pinaeva, E. M. Sadovskaya, A. P. Suknev, V. B. Goncharov and B. S. Bal'zhinimaev

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