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Gas chromatography and mass spectrometry 1 edition

Gas chromatography and mass spectrometry
O. David Sparkman

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Gas chromatography and mass spectrometry
a practical guide
2nd ed.
O David Sparkman, Zelda Penton, Fulton G. Kitson

Published 2011 by Elsevier in Amsterdam, Boston .
Written in English.

Table of Contents

The fundamentals of GC/MS
Introduction and history
Gas chromatography
The gc/ms interface
Mass spectrometry instrumentation
Mass spectral data interpretation
Quantitation with GC/MS
GC conditions, derivatization, and mass spectral interpretation
Of specific compound types
Acids
Alcohols
Aldehydes
Amides
Amines
Amino acid
Common contaminants
Drugs and their metabolites
Esters
Ethers
Fluorinated compounds
Gases
Glycols
Halogenated compounds (other than fluorinated)
Hydrocarbons
Isocyanates
Ketones
Nitriles
Nitroaromatics
Nitrogen-containing heterocyclics
Nucleosides (TMS derivatives)
Pesticides
Phenols
Phosphorus compounds
Plasticizers and other polymer additives (including phthalates)
Prostaglandins (MO-TMS derivatives)
Solvents and their impurities
Steroids
Sugars (monosaccharides)
Sulfur compounds
Appendices
A definitions of terms related to gas chromatography
B definitions of terms related to mass spectrometry
C atomic masses and isotope abundances
X+1 and x+2 values for ions containing atoms of C and H based on
Isotope contributions
E isotope peak patterns for ions containing atoms of Cl and/or Br
F steps to follow in the determination of an elemental composition
Based on isotope peak intensity ratios
G derivatization in GC/MS
H points of comparison of LC/MS vs GC/MS
I list of available EI mass spectral databases
J information required for reporting a GC/MS analysis
K third-party software for use with GC/MS
GC installation and maintenance
Troubleshooting common GC problems
N maintenance, operating tips, and troubleshooting for mass spectrometers
O mixtures for determining mass spectral resolution
P cross-index chart for GC stationary phases
Q ions for determining unknown structures.

Edition Notes

Includes index.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
543/.85
Library of Congress
QD79.C45 S66 2011

The Physical Object

Pagination
p. cm.

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL24383675M
ISBN 13
9780123736284
LC Control Number
2010027725

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