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by John R. de Laeter

ePub Applications of Inorganic Mass Spectrometry download
Author:
John R. de Laeter
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978-0471345398
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0471345393
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Wiley-Interscience; 1st edition (January 15, 2001)
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Inorganic mass spectrometry focuses on the analysis of metals and elements rather than organic compounds

Inorganic mass spectrometry focuses on the analysis of metals and elements rather than organic compounds. Applications of Inorganic Mass Spectrometry describes developments in mass spectrometric instrumentation, together with applications in metrology, nuclear science, cosmochemistry, geoscience, environmental science, and planetary science. The second part offers an up-to-date description of the many applications of inorganic mass spectrometry and includes a comprehensive set of references for each application.

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Mass spectrometry is a powerful analytical technique used toidentify unknown compounds, to quantify known materials, and toelucidate the structural and chemical properties of molecules.Inorganic mass spectrometry focuses on the analysis of metals andelements rather than organic compounds. Applications of InorganicMass Spectrometry describes developments in mass spectrometricinstrumentation, together with applications in metrology, nuclearscience, cosmochemistry, geoscience, environmental science, andplanetary science.

Divided into two parts, the first part of the book reviews thenumerous technological advances that have occurred in massspectrometry since 1947, a date regarded as the birth of modernmass spectrometry. The second part offers an up-to-date descriptionof the many applications of inorganic mass spectrometry andincludes a comprehensive set of references for eachapplication.It is doubtful that any other analytical instrument has had such asignificant impact in so many fields of science as massspectrometry. Applications of Inorganic Mass Spectrometry providesresearchers, scientists, and engineers with an essential referencefor this vital science.