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The ICP-ToF mass spectrometer: an alternative for elemental analysis

Erwin Hoffmanna and Christian Lüdkeb

aGOS - Gesellschaft zur Förderung angewandter Optik, Optoelektronik, Quantenelektronik und Spektroskopie eV, Rudower Chaussee 29, 12489 Berlin, Germany. E-mail: [email protected]
bISAS–Institute for Analytical Sciences, Department Berlin, Albert-Einstein-Str. 9, 12489 Berlin, Germany

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Highlight Article: LC-NMR/MS

Steve Down

HD Science Limited, 16 Petworth Avenue, Toton, Nottingham NG9 6JF, UK

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Mass spectrometry as a novel tool in protein structural biology

In recent years, the newly-developed soft ionisation techniques together with the possibility to measure masses by high-resolution mass analysers with high transmission and with a broad mass-to-charge range have given mass spec-trometry the opportunity to add complementary information to the protein structural biology community.

Article  |  Issue 16/2 (2004)

Cation mass spectrometry: towards an optimisation of SIMS analyses performed in the MCsx+ mode

T. Wirtz and H.-N. Migeon

Laboratoire d’Analyse des Matériaux, Centre de Recherche Public - Gabriel Lippmann, 162A, av. de la Faïencerie, L-1511 Luxembourg, [email protected]

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Glow discharge mass spectrometry in nuclear research

M. Betti , L. Aldave de las Heras

 

Introduction

Glow Discharge Mass Spectrometry (GDMS) is one of the most powerful solid state analytical methods for the direct determination of traces, impurities and depth profiling of solids.1–5 Glow discharge mass spectrometers, which are commercially available with fast and sensitive electrical ion detection, allow direct trace elemental determination in solid materials with good sensitivity and precision in the concentration range lower than ng g–1.6

Article  |  Issue 15/3 (2003)

Investigating the curing of amino resins with TGA-MS and TGA-FT-IR

Dipl. Chem. FH Ch. Schanzer and Prof. Dr H.G. Bührer

Department of Chemistry, Zurich University of Applied Sciences Winterthur (ZHW), CH-8401 Winterthur, Switzerland

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