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Mass Spectrometry is the technique in which the analyte is ionized, separated from its matrix and mixture components, according its mass–to–charge ratio (m/z}, and detected to determine the molecular weight of component isotopes.
Common Abbreviations:
ESI - ElectroSpray Ionization
FAB - Fast Atom Bombardment
ICP - Inductively Coupled Plasma
MALDI - Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Ionization
MS/MS - Mass Spectrometry repeated, typically within an ion trap
TOF - Time Of Flight

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Biannual four day workshop, including applications under-water and in outer space, with abstracts and presentations at Cocoa Beach, Florida.
Definitions and biological applications at Astbury Centre for Structural Molecular Biology, University of Leeds, England.
Provides reference materials for scientists working with mass spectrometry in the biotechnology industry.
Web log of MS web sites and other links, maintained at Department of Chemistry, Louisiana State University.
Resource focusing on field-portable MS instruments, with classification by probe, links to project, development, MSDS, software and databases.
Archives of forum, with categories for groups, troubleshooting, tutorials, professional, societies, listservers, journals, companies, supplies and services, maintained at Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta.
Introduction to SIFT-MS for trace gas analysis of air, breath and liquid headspace, in medicine, biology and environmental applications. Includes links to related articles.
Stepwise guide on the fundamentals of the method through ionisation, acceleration and detection, and instrument components required, by manufacturer and supplier R M Jordan Co Inc, Grass Valley, California.
Introduction and related links.
Web log of MS web sites and other links, maintained at Department of Chemistry, Louisiana State University.
Biannual four day workshop, including applications under-water and in outer space, with abstracts and presentations at Cocoa Beach, Florida.
Introduction to SIFT-MS for trace gas analysis of air, breath and liquid headspace, in medicine, biology and environmental applications. Includes links to related articles.
Introduction and related links.
Stepwise guide on the fundamentals of the method through ionisation, acceleration and detection, and instrument components required, by manufacturer and supplier R M Jordan Co Inc, Grass Valley, California.
Provides reference materials for scientists working with mass spectrometry in the biotechnology industry.
Archives of forum, with categories for groups, troubleshooting, tutorials, professional, societies, listservers, journals, companies, supplies and services, maintained at Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta.
Resource focusing on field-portable MS instruments, with classification by probe, links to project, development, MSDS, software and databases.
Definitions and biological applications at Astbury Centre for Structural Molecular Biology, University of Leeds, England.
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