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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 A beam scattering study of non-dissociative charge transfer between Kr+ and CH4 at collision energies below 1 eV Herman, Z.
1994
169-170 1 p. 47-53
7 p.
artikel
2 Ab initio molecular orbital calculations on 1,2-hydrogen shifts in the ethene, allene and propyne radical cations van der Hart, W.J.
1995
169-170 1 p. 27-34
8 p.
artikel
3 A 252Cf time-of-flight mass spectrometer with improved mass resolution Negra, S.Della
1984
169-170 1 p. 21-29
9 p.
artikel
4 A charge detector for time-of-flight mass analysis of high mass ions produced by matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization (MALDI) Bahr, U
1996
169-170 1 p. 9-21
13 p.
artikel
5 A comparison of charge-exchange, energy-resolved and angle-resolved mass spectrometric methods for studying the energy dependence of ionic fragmentation reactions Zwinselman, Jan J.
1985
169-170 1 p. 93-108
16 p.
artikel
6 A comparison of skeletal rearrangement reactions of even-electron anions in solution and in the gas phase Eichinger, Peter C.H.
1994
169-170 1 p. 1-12
12 p.
artikel
7 A crossed-beam study of target effects in the collision-induced dissociation of CS2 +· Hirst, D.M.
1985
169-170 1 p. 119-130
12 p.
artikel
8 Added resolution elements for greater informing power in tandem mass spectrometry Fetterolf, D.D.
1984
169-170 1 p. 33-49
17 p.
artikel
9 Advances in Mass Spectrometry, 1985; Proceedings of the 10th International Mass Spectrometry Conference, Swansea, September 1985 Price, D.
1987
169-170 1 p. R1-R2
nvt p.
artikel
10 A Fourier transform time-of-flight mass spectrometer. A SIMION calculation approach Oksman, Pentti
1995
169-170 1 p. 67-76
10 p.
artikel
11 A free jet flow reactor for ion/molecule reaction studies at very low energies Hawley, M.
1990
169-170 1 p. 55-86
32 p.
artikel
12 A gas inlet system for quantitative mass spectrometry Hall, J.
1991
169-170 1 p. 1-21
21 p.
artikel
13 A high intensity device for metal cluster studies using a magnetic mass spectrometer Goldenfeld, I.
1986
169-170 1 p. 103-108
6 p.
artikel
14 A highly sensitive mass spectrometer detector system Murphy, Daniel
1987
169-170 1 p. 85-93
9 p.
artikel
15 A high Pressure external ion source for fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance spectrometry Kofel, P.
1990
169-170 1 p. 1-24
24 p.
artikel
16 A high-pressure mass spectrometric study of the binding of trimethylsilylium to oxygen and aromatic bases Wojtyniak, Anastasia C.M.
1986
169-170 1 p. 59-79
21 p.
artikel
17 A hybrid BEQQ mass spectrometer for studies in gaseous ion chemistry Harrison, Alex.G.
1986
169-170 1 p. 13-31
19 p.
artikel
18 A low-cost, reliable digital electrostatic analyzer scanner for updating of old double-focusing mass spectrometers Alberti, Massimo Bambagiotti
1984
169-170 1 p. 141-145
5 p.
artikel
19 A low-voltage ion desorption source for high molecular weight ions Ouwerkerk, C.E.D.
1986
169-170 1 p. 59-73
15 p.
artikel
20 A mass spectrometer atmosphere analyser for nuclear submarines. S. Hunt,
1984
169-170 1 p. 277-287
11 p.
artikel
21 A mass spectrometric study of copper(II) acetate Didonato, Gerald C.
1986
169-170 1 p. 67-83
17 p.
artikel
22 Amended interpretation of the results obtained in an experimental investigation of the structure of the H3O− ion Griffiths, W.J.
1989
169-170 1 p. R25-
1 p.
artikel
23 A method for the quantitative measurement of rare earth elements in the ion microprobe Zinner, Ernst
1986
169-170 1 p. 17-38
22 p.
artikel
24 Analysis of individual biological particles by mass spectrometry Sinha, M.P.
1984
169-170 1 p. 125-133
9 p.
artikel
25 Analysis of polymer surfaces by SIMS. Part 5. The effects of primary ion mass and energy on secondary ion relative intensities Briggs, D.
1985
169-170 1 p. 47-56
10 p.
artikel
26 Analytical Spectroscopy Grey Morgan, C.
1985
169-170 1 p. 155-
1 p.
artikel
27 An energy-resolved study of the fragmentation of some 2-substituted 2-propoxide ions and the rates of proton abstraction from acetone Chowdhury, Swapan K.
1989
169-170 1 p. 55-69
15 p.
artikel
28 A neutralization-reionization study of C2H2 +. and H+ March, Raymond E.
1987
169-170 1 p. 11-40
30 p.
artikel
29 A new concept for characterizing peptides and proteins using a modified mass spectrometric approach Conzemius, R.J.
1990
169-170 1 p. 57-66
10 p.
artikel
30 A new ion detection system with uniform mass distribution and flat image plane Zhao-Heng, Hu
1986
169-170 1 p. 29-36
8 p.
artikel
31 A new mass spectrograph for the analysis of dissociation fragments Matsuda, H.
1989
169-170 1 p. 11-17
7 p.
artikel
32 A new mass spectrometer at Osaka University Matsuda, H.
1989
169-170 1 p. 1-10
10 p.
artikel
33 A new predissociative N2 +· channel in the low energy charge transfer between He+· and N2 Comtet, Genevieve
1984
169-170 1 p. 39-48
10 p.
artikel
34 A new sensitive molecular beam mass spectrometer Höglund, A.
1984
169-170 1 p. 173-187
15 p.
artikel
35 A new trisector tandem mass spectrometer for neutralization—reionization studies Polce, Michael J.
1992
169-170 1 p. 35-58
24 p.
artikel
36 An experimental investigation of a reaction window in cross-sections for double-charge-transfer reactions Griffiths, W.J.
1989
169-170 1 p. R1-R6
nvt p.
artikel
37 An FAB-MS study of the krypton bombardment-induced secondary ion emission from some tin and lead oxide samples Unger, Wolfgang
1987
169-170 1 p. 15-26
12 p.
artikel
38 An improved and accurate method for the calculation of trajectories in quadrupole mass filters and ion traps using phase space dynamics Baril, M.
1990
169-170 1 p. 87-97
11 p.
artikel
39 An IRMM 87Rb isotopic reference material IRMM-618 Lapitajs, G.
1996
169-170 1 p. 69-77
9 p.
artikel
40 Announcement 1992
169-170 1 p. 83-
1 p.
artikel
41 Announcement 1991
169-170 1 p. 81-
1 p.
artikel
42 Announcement 1986
169-170 1 p. 126-
1 p.
artikel
43 Announcement 1989
169-170 1 p. 123-
1 p.
artikel
44 Announcement 1990
169-170 1 p. 115-
1 p.
artikel
45 Announcements 1990
169-170 1 p. 79-80
2 p.
artikel
46 An off-center cubic ion trap for Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry Chen, Ruidan
1994
169-170 1 p. 29-38
10 p.
artikel
47 Anomalous kinetics in fragmentations of N, N-dimethylformamide radical cations Ann, Qinghong
1991
169-170 1 p. R1-R5
nvt p.
artikel
48 A notch rejection quadrupole mass filter Miller, Philip E.
1990
169-170 1 p. 17-26
10 p.
artikel
49 A novel method for analysis of delayed decomposition by time-of-flight mass spectrometry Leisner, T.
1989
169-170 1 p. R19-R23
nvt p.
artikel
50 A penta-quadrupole instrument for reaction intermediate scans and other MS-MS-MS experiments Schwartz, J.C.
1990
169-170 1 p. 1-20
20 p.
artikel
51 Appearance energy and electron impact ionisation cross-section of C70 Baba, M.Sai
1992
169-170 1 p. R1-R6
nvt p.
artikel
52 Application of a self-adaptive detector system on a triple quadrupole MS/MS to high explosives and sulfur-containing pyrolysis gases from oil shale Wong, C.M.
1984
169-170 1 p. 107-116
10 p.
artikel
53 Application of a sputtering glow discharge ion source to a flowing afterglow study of transition metal ion chemistry Taylor, W.S.
1993
169-170 1 p. 45-54
10 p.
artikel
54 Applications of proton transfer reactions to gas analysis Lagg, A.
1994
169-170 1 p. 55-66
12 p.
artikel
55 Applications of time-of-flight mass spectrometry to investigate fire-retardant systems Price, D.
1984
169-170 1 p. 225-235
11 p.
artikel
56 Approaches to spectroscopic characterization of cations Maier, John P.
1991
169-170 1 p. 1-22
22 p.
artikel
57 A relationship between the kinetics and thermochemistry of proton transfer reactions in the gas phase Bouchoux, G
1996
169-170 1 p. 37-48
12 p.
artikel
58 A secondary ion time-of-flight mass spectrometer with an ion mirror Tang, X.
1988
169-170 1 p. 43-67
25 p.
artikel
59 A selected-ion flow tube study of the C+ + H2O reaction Freeman, Colin G.
1987
169-170 1 p. 127-131
5 p.
artikel
60 Assignment of the mass number to peaks in high-resolution mass spectra acquired via the counting of ions Raznikov, V.V.
1988
169-170 1 p. 1-21
21 p.
artikel
61 A study of the astronomically important cyclopropenyl system by neutralized ion beam techniques Hudgins, Douglas M.
1990
169-170 1 p. 69-78
10 p.
artikel
62 A study of the reactions of NH3 +· and ND3 +· with H2 and D2 at several temperatures Adams, N.G.
1984
169-170 1 p. 133-139
7 p.
artikel
63 A study of the target gas dependence on the collisional ionization mass spectra of some metastable and hypervalent molecules Gellene, Gregory I.
1985
169-170 1 p. 55-66
12 p.
artikel
64 A super-high-resolution tandem mass spectrometer Matsuo, T.
1989
169-170 1 p. 27-40
14 p.
artikel
65 A survey of the current state of quadrupole mass spectrometry Todd, J.F.J.
1984
169-170 1 p. 3-10
8 p.
artikel
66 A tandem quadrupole-ion trap mass spectrometer Morand, Kenneth L.
1991
169-170 1 p. 13-29
17 p.
artikel
67 A tandem quadrupole mass spectrometer for the study of surface-induced dissociation Bier, M.E.
1987
169-170 1 p. 31-47
17 p.
artikel
68 A tandem time-of-flight mass spectrometer for surface-induced dissociation Schey, K.
1987
169-170 1 p. 49-61
13 p.
artikel
69 A 3T external source quadrupole Fourier transform mass spectrometer for ion/molecule reactions and analysis McCullough, Sési M.
1991
169-170 1 p. 91-102
12 p.
artikel
70 A time-of-flight mass spectrometer with an accelerating field in the reflecting system Chen, Chuan-Chuan
1993
169-170 1 p. 37-43
7 p.
artikel
71 A time-of-flight method for studying the properties of an ion cloud stored in an rf trap Mosburg Jr., Earl R.
1987
169-170 1 p. 1-12
12 p.
artikel
72 A tpepico study of dissociative photoionization of C2H2D2 isomers Honma, Kenji
1989
169-170 1 p. 1-14
14 p.
artikel
73 Attempted generation of the CH2FCH3 +· ion via electron impact-induced CO2 loss from methyl fluoroacetate Ciommer, Bernhard
1984
169-170 1 p. 135-139
5 p.
artikel
74 Author index 1994
169-170 1 p. 185-
1 p.
artikel
75 Author index 1984
169-170 1 p. 307-
1 p.
artikel
76 Axial and radial ion cloud compression: coupling of magnetron and cyclotron motion to axial motion in a segmented cubic Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance ion trap Guan, Shenheng
1993
169-170 1 p. 53-67
15 p.
artikel
77 Benzyne-related mechanisms in the gas phase ion/molecule reactions of haloarenes Linnert, Harrald V.
1994
169-170 1 p. 163-176
14 p.
artikel
78 Branching ratios for ion pair formation from CF3CL photoexcited in the inner-shell transition regions Suzuki, Isao H.
1995
169-170 1 p. 45-54
10 p.
artikel
79 Calculation of electron impact ionization cross-sections. The fluorine anomaly Deutsch, H.
1986
169-170 1 p. 81-95
15 p.
artikel
80 Calculation of the number of molecules in an electron beam crossed by a non-homogeneous effusion molecular beam Michalak, Leszek
1991
169-170 1 p. 53-64
12 p.
artikel
81 Calculation of the parameters for the Schwarz-Christoffel transformation of ion slit lens systems Boerboom, A.J.H.
1984
169-170 1 p. 1-13
13 p.
artikel
82 Can Fourier transform mass spectral resolution be improved by detection at harmonic multiples of the fundamental ion cyclotron orbital frequency? Grosshans, Peter B.
1991
169-170 1 p. 49-81
33 p.
artikel
83 Capture dissociation of H2 + in rare gases and small hydrocarbons Jonathan, P.
1987
169-170 1 p. 101-113
13 p.
artikel
84 Cationization of organometallo carbonyl compounds by fast ion bombardment Siuzdak, Gary
1992
169-170 1 p. 79-91
13 p.
artikel
85 CBNM certification of Cd in polyethylene by isotope dilution mass spectrometry Götz, A.
1993
169-170 1 p. 1-6
6 p.
artikel
86 252Cf Plasma desorption mass spectrometry at low acceleration voltages using the electrostatic particle guide Geno, Paul W.
1986
169-170 1 p. 43-57
15 p.
artikel
87 252Cf plasma desorption mass spectrometry using a Mamyrin reflectron in a low voltage regime Geno, Paul W.
1987
169-170 1 p. 75-94
20 p.
artikel
88 Characteristics of linear and non-linear r.f.-only quadrupole collision cells Syka, J.E.P.
1990
169-170 1 p. 97-109
13 p.
artikel
89 Characterization of ion trapping motion in the dual cell ion cyclotron resonance spectrometer: experimental and theoretical studies Honovich, J.P.
1990
169-170 1 p. 51-68
18 p.
artikel
90 Characterization of neutral species observed in the electron bombardment of methane, silane and germane Flesch, Gerald D.
1989
169-170 1 p. 1-8
8 p.
artikel
91 Characterization of the focal planes of a mass spectrometer using the method of transfer matrices Matsuo, T.
1989
169-170 1 p. 41-49
9 p.
artikel
92 Charge stripping of monatomic ions generated by fast-atom bombardment Rabrenovic, M.
1984
169-170 1 p. 31-40
10 p.
artikel
93 Chemical ionization mass spectrometric studies. Ion/molecule reactions of alkynehexacarbonyldicobalt compounds with propene, pentenes and 1-pentyne Cetini, Giuseppe
1985
169-170 1 p. 25-31
7 p.
artikel
94 CH2N+ in CH4/N2O mixtures. HCN formation in ion sources McAllister, T.
1984
169-170 1 p. 57-61
5 p.
artikel
95 Christoph Ottinger Herman, Zdenek
1994
169-170 1 p. ix-x
nvt p.
artikel
96 Cluster abundance mass spectra of (Pb) n + and (Pb) n − Katakuse, I.
1989
169-170 1 p. 93-97
5 p.
artikel
97 Cluster ions: Production, detection and stability Märk, T.D.
1987
169-170 1 p. 1-59
59 p.
artikel
98 Clusters of water under atmospheric pressure studied by field ionization and liquid ionization mass spectrometry Tsuchiya, Masahiko
1989
169-170 1 p. 55-70
16 p.
artikel
99 Co2 electron dissociation in the 18–46 eV range. A report of the O+ and Co+ abundances Armenante, M.
1989
169-170 1 p. 41-50
10 p.
artikel
100 Coherent excitation/detection in pulsed ICR-MS Wachter, E.A.
1990
169-170 1 p. 79-86
8 p.
artikel
101 Collisional excitation of CO: a study of the wigner spin rule Lee, A.R.
1991
169-170 1 p. 49-62
14 p.
artikel
102 Collisional excitation of NO by H+, N+ and O+ ions Enos, C.S.
1992
169-170 1 p. 111-120
10 p.
artikel
103 Collisional excitation of the Meinel and first negative systems of N+ 2 Lee, A.R.
1993
169-170 1 p. 85-88
4 p.
artikel
104 Collision-gas pressure dependence of charge stripping of Ar+· induced by H2, He, CH4, Ar, CO2 and Xe Kim, M.S.
1984
169-170 1 p. 71-83
13 p.
artikel
105 Collision-gas pressure dependence of the collision-induced mass-analyzed ion kinetic energy spectrum of the Ar+·/N2 system; analysis using probability theory Kim, M.S.
1984
169-170 1 p. 51-70
20 p.
artikel
106 Collision-induced dissociation of mass-selected phosphorus cluster cations Huang, Rong-bin
1995
169-170 1 p. 55-62
8 p.
artikel
107 Collision induced dissociation studies of protonated alcohol and alcohol—water clusters by atmospheric pressure ionization tandem mass spectrometry. Karpas, Z.
1994
169-170 1 p. 47-58
12 p.
artikel
108 Comment on “the development of secondary ion mass spectrometry (SIMS): A retrospective” by R.E. Honig Gries, W.H.
1986
169-170 1 p. 115-
1 p.
artikel
109 Comparative effects of temperature and kinetic energy change on the reaction of O2 + with CH4 and CD4 Adams, Nigel G.
1985
169-170 1 p. 67-74
8 p.
artikel
110 Comparative isotopic measurements on xenon and krypton Aregbe, Y
1996
169-170 1 p. L1-L5
nvt p.
artikel
111 Comparison between the precision characteristics of the magnetic and electrostatic peak switching systems in secondary ion mass spectrometry Adriaens, A.
1991
169-170 1 p. 41-52
12 p.
artikel
112 Competition between single and double electron transfer in collisions of doubly charged molecular pyrrole ions with neutral pyrrole molecules Sedgwick, J.B.
1987
169-170 1 p. 127-140
14 p.
artikel
113 Computational procedures for the treatment of measured or published isotope abundance data Schaefer, F.
1994
169-170 1 p. 65-71
7 p.
artikel
114 Considerations for ion density and temperature determinations in flames doped with alkali metals Goodings, John M.
1987
169-170 1 p. 63-82
20 p.
artikel
115 Continuous-Flow Fast Atom Bombardment Jennings, K.R.
1991
169-170 1 p. 141-142
2 p.
artikel
116 Conversion of field ionization kinetics data to unimolecular rate constant functions. A simple numerical approach Brand, Willi A.
1984
169-170 1 p. 1-20
20 p.
artikel
117 Correlation between mass distributions of zinc, cadmium clusters and electronic shell structure Katakuse, I.
1986
169-170 1 p. 109-114
6 p.
artikel
118 Coupling a quadrupole mass spectrometer and a Fourier transform mass spectrometer McIver Jr., Robert T.
1985
169-170 1 p. 67-77
11 p.
artikel
119 Coupling of a radio frequency plasma chamber with a quadrupole mass spectrometer equipped with a field ionization source Hayashi, H.
1989
169-170 1 p. 69-79
11 p.
artikel
120 Coupling of axial and radial motions in ICR cells during excitation Kofel, P.
1986
169-170 1 p. 1-12
12 p.
artikel
121 Cross-sections for electron impact ionization of O2 Krishnakumar, E.
1992
169-170 1 p. 1-12
12 p.
artikel
122 Cross-sections for the formation of negative ions by electron impact on silane Srivastava, S.K.
1991
169-170 1 p. 83-89
7 p.
artikel
123 Current developments in on-line mass spectrometry Scrivens, J.H.
1984
169-170 1 p. 299-306
8 p.
artikel
124 Cyclotron orbital radius determination in Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry Grosshans, Peter B.
1992
169-170 1 p. 1-19
19 p.
artikel
125 Cylindrical Penning traps with orthogonalized anharmonicity compensation Gabrielse, Gerald
1984
169-170 1 p. 1-17
17 p.
artikel
126 Debye-shielding mechanism for trapping ions formed by laser desorption Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry Beu, Steven C.
1992
169-170 1 p. 59-79
21 p.
artikel
127 Degradation of the mass spectrum due to reflected ions in spark source mass spectrometry employing an electrical detection system Subbanna, C.S.
1989
169-170 1 p. 73-80
8 p.
artikel
128 Destabilized carbenium ions: α-acetyl-α,α-dimethylmethyl cations Dommröse, Anne-Marie
1987
169-170 1 p. 95-115
21 p.
artikel
129 Determination of isotope shifts in 2,4-, 3,4- and 2,6-dichlorotoluene isomers in a supersonic beam de la Cruz, A.
1996
169-170 1 p. 79-86
8 p.
artikel
130 Determination of singlet- and triplet-state energies of the doubly ionized ammonia molecule by double-charge-transfer spectroscopy Langford, M.L.
1992
169-170 1 p. 53-69
17 p.
artikel
131 Development of a small magnetic mass spectrometer for atmosphere analysis/process control Wyatt, J.R.
1984
169-170 1 p. 289-297
9 p.
artikel
132 Developments of laser microprobe mass analysers, LAMMA 500 and 1000 Guest, W.H.
1984
169-170 1 p. 189-199
11 p.
artikel
133 Diagnostics of flow tube techniques for ion/molecule reactions Upschulte, B.L.
1987
169-170 1 p. 27-45
19 p.
artikel
134 Die bildung von monoxid- und dicarbidionen der lanthanide in laser- und funkenplasmen Becker, S.
1985
169-170 1 p. 57-65
9 p.
artikel
135 Differences in fragmentation behaviour between α- and β-linked derivatized xylobiosides: explanation in terms of sigma conjugation van der Kerk, Sies M.
1994
169-170 1 p. 41-54
14 p.
artikel
136 Diffusion of positive and negative ions in the plasma produced by electron impact Hiraoka, K.
1985
169-170 1 p. 11-27
17 p.
artikel
137 Direct emission of molecular fragments during the sputtering of poly(4-hydroxystyrene) and determination of ion structures using tandem secondary ion mass spectrometry Leggett, G.J.
1991
169-170 1 p. 29-39
11 p.
artikel
138 Discrimination effects for ions with high initial kinetic energy in a Nier-type ion source and partial and total electron ionization cross-sections of CF4 Poll, H.U.
1992
169-170 1 p. 1-17
17 p.
artikel
139 Disentangling the fine structure of ionization efficiency curves Raznikov, V.V.
1986
169-170 1 p. 1-27
27 p.
artikel
140 Dished peaks from collision-induced dissociations of nitroaromatic anions McLuckey, Scott A.
1987
169-170 1 p. 41-46
6 p.
artikel
141 Displacement reaction dynamics of fluorine atoms with allyl iodide molecules Zhu, Z.Z.
1994
169-170 1 p. 55-61
7 p.
artikel
142 Dissociation dynamics of m-iodotoluene molecular ion: photodissociation and metastable ion decomposition Chul Choe, Joong
1991
169-170 1 p. 103-126
24 p.
artikel
143 Dissociation of H2 + prepared in different rovibronic states by keV collisions with rare gases Fournier, P.G.
1987
169-170 1 p. 81-100
20 p.
artikel
144 Dissociation of the benzene ion by low energy collisions Dawson, P.H.
1986
169-170 1 p. 97-107
11 p.
artikel
145 Dissociative and non-dissociative single-electron capture by CO2+ 2 and OCS2+ from rare-gas atoms Reid, C.J.
1989
169-170 1 p. 23-47
25 p.
artikel
146 Dissociative ionization of an O2 molecule in Ar n O2 clusters: a new method for monitoring excited states and for studying the dynamics of energy transfer processes in clusters? Foltin, M.
1994
169-170 1 p. 23-40
18 p.
artikel
147 Dopant atom and cluster ion behaviour in silicon arising in SIMS depth profiling Richter, C.-E.
1984
169-170 1 p. 25-32
8 p.
artikel
148 Double ionization energies of fluoromethanes measured using a double electron-capture technique Griffiths, W.J.
1988
169-170 1 p. 69-79
11 p.
artikel
149 Double-ionization energies of the chloroethane molecules CH3CH2Cl, CH3CHCl2, CH3CCl3, CH2ClCH2Cl, CH2ClCHCl2, CH2ClCCl3, CHCl2CHCl2, CHCl2CCl3 and CCl3CCl3 Griffiths, W.J.
1992
169-170 1 p. 45-61
17 p.
artikel
150 Doubly charged ions. Mass spectra and appearance energies for small hydrocarbons Brehm, B.
1984
169-170 1 p. 91-102
12 p.
artikel
151 Drift-tube studies of SF3 + and SF5 + ions in SF6 gas Talib, Z.A.
1992
169-170 1 p. 1-12
12 p.
artikel
152 Dynamics of ion coupling in an FTMS ion trap and resulting effects on mass spectra, including isotope ratios Huang, Jingyu
1994
169-170 1 p. 11-21
11 p.
artikel
153 Dynamics of resonant multiphoton ionization and dissociation of nitrogen via the a1Πg(ν = 9) state probed with a novel electron/ion time-of-flight spectrometer Rose, C.
1992
169-170 1 p. 81-98
18 p.
artikel
154 Editorial Board 1995
169-170 1 p. ii-iii
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155 Editorial Board 1995
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156 Editorial Board 1996
169-170 1 p. ii-iii
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157 Editorial Board 1996
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158 Editorial comment to all authors 1985
169-170 1 p. 1-2
2 p.
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159 Effect of buffer gas and pressure variations on the formation of Br− 2 in reactions of thermal electrons with dibrominated hydrocarbons and fluorocarbons Zook, D.R.
1991
169-170 1 p. 63-80
18 p.
artikel
160 Effect of cubic-curve boundaries on ion-optical properties of magnetic sector fields Nakabushi, H.
1985
169-170 1 p. 83-99
17 p.
artikel
161 Effect of the reduced mass of the system on the rate constant for ion-linear dipole capture Turulski, Jan
1991
169-170 1 p. 23-28
6 p.
artikel
162 Effects of alkyl substitution on ionization energies of alkanes and haloalkanes and on heats of formation of their molecular cations Part 2.* Alkanes and chloro-, bromo- and iodoalkanes Luo, Yu-Ran
1992
169-170 1 p. 63-77
15 p.
artikel
163 Effects of collisional cooling on ion detection in a quadrupole ion trap mass spectrometer Wu, Hui-Fen
1992
169-170 1 p. 67-81
15 p.
artikel
164 Effects of O− 2 and SF6 vibrational energy on the rate constant for charge transfer between O− 2 and SF6 1 Viggiano, A.A.
1994
169-170 1 p. 31-37
7 p.
artikel
165 Effects of primary ion polyatomicity and kinetic energy on secondary ion yield and internal energy in sims Hand, Owen W.
1990
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166 Effects of sample geometry on interelement quantitation in laser microprobe mass spectrometry Musselman, I.H.
1992
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167 Efficiency of formation and detection of charge-stripped monatomic ions Guilhaus, M.
1985
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168 Efficient emitters for surface ionization organic mass spectrometry Fujii, Toshihiro
1989
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169 Ejection of low-mass charged particles in high magnetic field ICR spectrometers Allemann, M.
1987
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170 Electrode surface modifications and material transport into a high voltage vacuum spark discharge Swenters, K.
1986
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171 Electroionization study of acetylene and fragment ions Plessis, Pierre
1986
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172 Electron attachment and electron ionization of van der Waals clusters of carbon dioxide Stamatovic, A.
1985
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173 Electron capture-induced decomposition of the pyridine |;C5H5N|;2+ ion Vékey, Károly
1989
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174 Electronic and vibrational transitions observed in collisions between C+ 2 and He Hamdan, M.
1990
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175 Electronic energy partitioning in the reactions of metastable Mg*, Ca* and ground-state Ca atoms with S2Cl2 Kowalski, Andrzej
1994
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176 Electron impact induced production and isotope-resolved identification of C6+ 70 and sextuply-charged fragment ions of C70 and C60 Scheier, P.
1994
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177 Electron impact ionisation of fullereness: appearance energies of C+ 60, C2+ 60 and C3+ 60 Sai Baba, M.
1993
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178 Electron impact ionization of tetramethylsilane (TMS) Basner, R
1996
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179 Electron impact mass spectrometry in supersonic molecular beams Amirav, Aviv
1990
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180 Electron impact negative-ion mass spectrometry of atmospheric iodine Kishi, Hiroshi
1989
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181 Electron impact total ionization cross-sections for methane, ethane and propane Durić, Nada
1991
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182 Elimination of cluster interferences in secondary ion mass spectrometry using extreme energy filtering Schauer, Stephen N.
1990
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183 Elimination of methyl radical from acetylanisole isomers by electron impact Zahran, N.F.
1991
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184 Elsevier Launches Software in Analytical Chemistry 1984
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185 Emission characteristics of a thermal lithium ion source Wizemann, H.D.
1988
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186 Emission of noble and transition metal adducts in organic secondary ion mass spectrometry Blais, J.C.
1989
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187 Energy and angular distributions of sputtered particles Betz, Gerhard
1994
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188 Energy dependence of the fragmentation of the molecular ions of some branched C7H14 olefins Herman, Jan A.
1985
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189 Enhanced production of unprotonated hydrogen-bonded cluster ions Ehbrecht, Markus
1993
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190 Enthalpies of formation for the isomeric ions H x CCN+ and H x CNC+ (x = 0−3) by “monochromatic” electron impact on C2N2, CH3CN and CH3NC Harland, P.W.
1985
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191 Errata 1989
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192 Erratum 1993
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193 Erratum 1983
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194 Evaluation of storage of ions over m/z 1000 in an ion trap mass spectrometer Strife, Robert J.
1993
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195 Evidence for two-photon absorption of visible radiation by the nitrobenzene molecular ion in the source of a sector mass spectrometer Morgan, T.G.
1985
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196 Evidence of bond-breaking processes in sputtered ion emission Gnaser, H.
1984
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197 Experimental and theoretical study of the photoionization and dissociative photoionizations of carbon tetrachloride Li, Quanxin
1996
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198 Experimental determination of the energies required to form CH3NH2+ 2 and CH3SH2+ ions from their neutral counterparts Griffiths, W.J.
1989
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199 Experimental determination of the energies required to ionize the ions CFCl+, CFBr+, CClBr+, CF2Cl+, CF2Br+, CCl2F+, CBr2F+ and CBr2Cl+ Langford, M.L.
1990
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200 Experimental evidence for the generation of CH2COH2+· from CH3CO+. An application of charge stripping/charge separation mass spectrometry Drewello, Thomas
1989
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201 Experimental investigations of the structure and stability of Rb+ n extracted from a liquid metal ion source Bhaskar, N.D.
1992
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202 Experimental study of a r.f. quadrupole ion trap supplied with a periodic impulsional potential Sadat Kiai, S.M.
1991
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203 Experiments aimed at generating the long-sought-after ethylenedione (OCCO) by neutralizationreionization mass spectrometry Sülzle, Detlev
1993
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204 External ion source FTMS instrument for analysis of high mass ions Lebrilla, Carlito B.
1989
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205 FAB-MS-Untersuchungen von Phospholipiden Hofmann, Diana
1992
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206 Factors affecting the relative sensitivity coefficients in spark and laser plasma source mass spectrometry Ramendik, G.I.
1985
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207 Fast atom bombardment as a convenient means to generate metal ion complexes in the gas phase Drewello, Thomas
1987
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208 Fast atom bombardment, field desorption, and desorption chemical ionization mass spectrometry of cis-dichloroplatinum amino acid and dipeptide complexes Dalietos, Demetrios
1984
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209 Fast heavy ion induced photon emission from organic solids and plasma desorption mass spectrometry Ariyaratne, T.R.
1996
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210 Field desorption behavior of oxides of group III metals Okuyama, F.
1985
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211 Fission-like dissociation of doubly charged silver clusters Katakuse, I.
1990
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212 Flame-ion chemistry of the lanthanide metals Ce, Pr and Nd Patricia M., Patterson
1996
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213 Flash photolysis of isoxazole monitored by time-of-flight mass spectrometry Price, D.
1984
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214 Formation and collision-induced dissociation of adduct ions [matrix + C]+ (C  Li, Na, Cs and NH4) produced under fast atom bombardment conditions Takayama, Mitsuo
1994
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215 Formation of long-lived benzene ions during charge exchange ionization of 1,5-hexadiyne in an ion cyclotron resonance spectrometer van de Guchte, W.J.
1993
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216 Formation of the quadruply-charged ion of C60 by gas-phase fast-particle bombardment using He, Ar and isobutane beams Takayama, Mitsuo
1994
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217 Fourier transform mass spectrometry without ion cyclotron resonance: direct observation of the trapping frequency of trapped ions Schweikhard, L.
1989
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218 Fragmentation in 252Cf-plasma desorption mass spectrometry. 2. Polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons Zoeller Jr., Jerome H.
1987
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219 Fragmentation isotope effects in the neutralization—reionization of the ethyne-d 1 cation March, Raymond E.
1988
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220 Further information on triplet-state energies of the ethane dication Andrews, S.R.
1994
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221 Gas-phase aromatic amination by protonated substituted phenylazides Attinà, Marina
1992
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222 Gas-phase dissociations of ionized methyl isopropyl ether. A case for ion / neutral complexes? Weiske, Thomas
1987
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223 Gas-phase fast-atom bombardment mass spectrometry Takayama, Mitsuo
1996
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224 Gas phase ion/molecule reactions in phosphine/germane mixtures studied by ion trapping Benzi, P.
1996
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225 Gas-phase ion/molecule reactions of doubly charged clusters of Fe2+ or Mn2+ and methanol with ammonia Andersen, Ulla N
1996
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226 Gas phase methylation of the dihydroxybenzenes Isern-Flecha, I.
1984
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227 Gas phase negative ion chemistry Oster, Tatiana
1989
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228 Gas-phase negative ions of platinum metal fluorides. I. Electron affinity of platinum metal tetrafluorides Kuznetsov, S.V.
1989
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229 Gas-phase negative ions of platinum metal fluorides. II. Electron affinity of platinum metal hexafluorides Korobov, M.V.
1989
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230 Gas phase substitution reactions by radical cations. Part 3. Methylene transfer of the CC ring-opened oxirane radical cation to pyrazole and imidazole de Koster, C.G.
1994
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231 Gas phase substitution reactions by radical cations Part 5: Reaction of the CC ring-opened oxirane radical cation with 1,2-, 1,3- and 1,4-dichlorobenzene de Koster, C.G.
1995
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232 Gas phase substitution reactions by radical cations. Part 2. Reaction of the CC ring-opened oxirane radical cation with benzonitrile and benzoic acid de Koster, C.G.
1993
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233 Harmonic enhancement of a detected ion cyclotron resonance signal by use of segmented detection electrodes Limbach, Patrick A.
1993
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234 Helium isotope ratio measurement by a single focusing mass spectrometer with large incident and exit angles Sano, Yuji
1989
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235 High front- and back-end resolution MS/MS in Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry de Koning, Leo J.
1987
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236 High-precision measurement of isotopic fractionation in tin Rosman, K.J.R.
1987
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237 High-precision measurements of isotopic fractionation in palladium Rosman, K.J.R.
1989
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238 High precision uranium, thorium and radium isotope ratio measurements by high dynamic range thermal ionisation mass spectrometry Cohen, Anthony S.
1992
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239 High-pressure fast-atom bombardment mass spectrometry: Collisional stabilization and reactions of alkali halide cluster ions Callahan, John H.
1989
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240 High-resolution laser mass spectrometry Neusser, H.J.
1984
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241 How to correct for blanks in isotope dilution mass spectrometry Lamberty, A.
1991
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242 HV scans using a single-focusing mass spectrometer fitted with a modulated daly metastable ion detector Agbaji, E.B.
1985
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243 Hydrogen cyanide loss from [CH5H2]+ cations: 1,2-elimination versus Beckmann rearrangement Nguyen, Minh Tho
1994
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244 Hydrogen ion emission from a surface bombarded by multiply charged ions at high (⋍0.5 MeV u−1) and medium (⋍0.5 keV u−1) energies Benguerba, M.
1991
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245 ICR spectrometry — a review of new developments in theory, instrumentation, and applications. I. 1983–1986 Wanczek, K.P.
1989
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246 Image charge-induced ion cyclotron orbital frequency shift for orthorhombic and cylindrical FT-ICR ion traps Xiang, Xinzhen
1993
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247 Impact électronique sur les halogénures d'hydrogène: Double ionisation, fragmentation et molécules de Van der Waals Nasrallah, H.K.
1983
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248 Improvements to small quadrupole mass spectrometers Batey, J.H.
1984
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249 Inelastic scattering of He2+ from υ = 1 vibrationally excited HF molecules Niedner-Schatteburg, G.
1994
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250 Influence of the fringing field length on the separated 4He/D2 peak shape of a high-resolution quadrupole mass spectrometer Hiroki, S.
1994
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251 Infrared laser-induced photofragmentation of size-selected SF6·(CO2)+ n cluster ions, for n in the range 2–11 Jones, A.B.
1994
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252 Infrared multiphoton dissociation of the nitrobenzene cation Moini, Mehdi
1987
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253 Initial relative ion abundances and relaxation times from apodized, segmented FT/ICR time domain signals Mitchell, Dale W.
1990
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254 Initiation of coherent magnetron motion following ion injection into a Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance trapped ion cell Hendrickson, Christopher L.
1993
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255 In situ microanalysis for 34S/32S ratios using the ion microprobe SHRIMP Eldrige, C.S.
1987
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256 Intense emission of metal ions from gallium oxide in the field desorption mode Okuyama, F.
1983
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257 Interannular proton exchange in protonated long-chain 1, ω-diphenylalkanes Kuck, Dietmar
1985
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258 Interference effects in laser desorption mass spectrometry Gormally, John
1989
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259 Interference peaks in the 1E-2E MIKE and CID/MIKE spectra of CCl3 2+ ions Guenat, C.
1984
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260 Internal energy distributions acquired through collisional activation at low and high energies Kenttämaa, Hilkka I.
1985
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261 Int. J. Mass Spectrom. Ion Processes 1990
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262 Intracluster ion/molecule reactions in acetylene and water systems Choi, Sung-Seen
1993
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263 Investigation of the complex reactions of SiH4 and GeH4 in the ion trap using dynamically programmed scanning Operti, L.
1994
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264 Ion and Cluster Ion Spectroscopy and Structure Parker, JohnE.
1990
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265 Ion association by time-of-flight mass spectrometry Huang, L.Q.
1989
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266 Ion Chemistry and Mass Spectrometry Parker, J.E.
1987
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267 Ion cyclotron resonance spectrometry - a review Wanczek, K.P.
1984
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268 Ion ejection from fourier transform mass spectrometry trapped ion cells due to non-adiabatic changes in trapping potentials Hofstadler, Steven A.
1990
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269 Ionic Lewis superacids in the gas phase. Part 1. Ionic intermediates from the attack of gaseous SiF+ 3 on n-bases Grandinetti, Felice
1993
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270 Ion-ion recombination of H3O+ with I− and PO 3 − PO 2 − in flames Chow, Christine C.Y
1996
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271 Ionization and fragmentation of C60 by gas-phase fast-atom bombardment using He, Ar and Xe beams Takayama, Mitsuo
1993
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272 Ionization energies of ions formed by ion/molecule reactions Rabrenović, M.
1984
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273 Ion kinetic energy measurements on laser-induced plasmas in laser microprobe mass analysis (LAMMA). Part I. Methodology Mauney, Thad
1984
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274 Ion/molecule reaction between sulphur hexafluoride negative ion and water under atmospheric pressure ionization mass spectrometric conditions Wickramanayake, Palitha P.
1986
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275 Ion/molecule reactions of silicon tetrafluoride Reents Jr., W.D.
1984
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276 Ion/molecule reactions with S2F10: detection of S2F·+ 10, S2F+ 11 and two isomers of SF+ 5 Javahery, Gholamreza
1994
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277 Ion optics of multipole devices. I. Theory of the dodecapole Boerboom, A.J.H.
1985
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278 Ion separation in imperfect fields of the quadrupole mass analyser Part III. Transmission and optimal ion injection Titov, Vladimir V.
1995
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279 Ion separation in imperfect fields of the quadrupole mass analyser Part IV. Theoretical applications Titov, Vladimir V.
1995
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280 Ion separation in imperfect fields of the quadrupole mass analyzer Part II. Ion beam dynamics in the phase-space of the fringing field Titov, Vladimir V.
1995
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281 Ion separation in imperfect fields of the quadrupole mass analyzer Part I. Ion beam dynamics in the phase-space Titov, Vladimir V.
1995
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282 Ion separation in imperfect fields on the quadrupole mass analyser Part V. Experimental verification Titov, Vladimir V.
1995
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283 Isomeric molecular identification by UV laser photofragmentation Lee, K.
1989
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284 Isomerisation des ions organiques en phase gazeuse. I. Thermochimie des migrations 1,2 de groupements XCOH (X = H·, CH3 ·, OH·, OCH3 ·, NH2 ·) Bouchoux, G.
1983
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285 Isomerization of C6H + 6 ions from 1,3-hexadien-5-yne during charge exchange ionization at low kinetic energy as studied by photodissociation in an ion cyclotron resonance spectrometer van de Guchte, W.J.
1993
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286 Isotope effects in collision-activated dissociations of simple ions Lehman, T.A.
1986
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287 Isotope, molecular and surface effects on hyperthermal surface induced dissociated ionization Danon, A.
1993
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288 Isotopically-selective two-photon ionization of 12C- and 13C-benzene and hexadeuterobenzene in a time-of-flight mass spectrometer de la Cruz, A.
1994
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289 Isotopic analysis of nanogram quantities of plutonium by using a sid ionization source Perrin, R.E.
1985
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290 Isotopic analysis with the laser microprobe mass analyzer Simons, David S.
1983
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291 Is the tropylium ion (Tr+) formed from toluene at its thermochemical threshold? Lifshitz, C.
1993
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292 Iterative and function-continuation Fourier deconvolution methods for enhancing mass spectrometer resolution Ioup, Juliette W.
1983
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293 Kinetic energy distributions of ions produced in organic laser desorption van der Peyl, G.J.Q.
1984
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294 Kinetic energy release measurements with an ion trapping device and time-resolved ion momentum spectrometry (trims) Aviyente, V.
1986
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295 Kinetics of the surface ionization of plutonium on carburized rhenium Gordon, R.L.
1983
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296 Laser photodissociation of O+ 2 in an ion cyclotron trap Ashman, A.S.
1992
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297 Liquid metal ion sources and their applications 1992
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298 Liquid secondary ion mass spectrometry with a focussed primary ion source Stoll, R.G.
1984
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299 Lithium ion emission from a liquid metal ion source of LiNO3 Bell, A.E.
1989
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300 Long-lived excited states of 79Br+ and 79Br2+ Hamdan, M.
1988
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301 Low-energy collisional activation of polyatomic ions with different target gases Schey, Kevin L.
1989
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302 Magnetron motion and the transfer of ions in a dual cell ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometer Honovich, J.P.
1990
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303 Magnetron motion of ions in the cubical ICR cell Dunbar, Robert C.
1984
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304 Mass-analysed ion mobility studies of nitrobenzene Proctor, C.J.
1984
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305 Mass and energy spectra of a capillary-type indium liquid-metal ion source Rüdenauer, F.G.
1987
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306 Mass dependence of time-lag focusing in time-of-flight mass spectrometry—an analysis Erickson, Eric D.
1990
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307 Mass distributions of negative cluster ions of copper, silver, and gold Katakuse, I.
1986
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308 Mass distributions of positive and negative cluster ions of zinc and cadmium Katakuse, I.
1989
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309 Mass-selective isolation of ions stored in a quadrupole ion trap. Part 2. a simulation study of consecutive isolation March, Raymond E.
1993
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310 Mass spectra of nozzle-produced small molecular clusters of H2O, NH3, CO and CH4 Kummel, A.C.
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311 Mass spectrometric calibration of an atomizer/nebulizer for doping flames or discharge plasmas Goodings, John M.
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312 Mass spectrometric characterization of a haemoglobin variant, haemoglobin Riyadh Wada, Y.
1989
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313 Mass spectrometric investigation of the pencil thermoemission ion source Dabek, Józef
1987
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314 Mass spectrometric observation of carbon-helium ions Young, S.E.
1986
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315 Mass spectrometry in planetary research Nier, Alfred O.
1985
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316 Mass spectroscopy—ways and means. A historical prospectus Svec, Harry J.
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317 Mass spectrum, ionization potential, and appearance potentials for fragment ions of sulfuric acid vapor Snow, Keith B.
1990
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318 Materials analysis using ion Armour, D.G.
1984
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319 Matrix effect on the extent of fragmentation in molecular ion M+ produced under fast atom bombardment (FAB) conditions Takayama, Mitsuo
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320 M. Attina and F. Cacace, Concerning sterical hindrance to deprotonation of gaseous polyalkyl-benzenium ions 1993
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321 Measurement of ion/molecule reactions between 10 and 20 K Barlow, S.E.
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322 Measurement of low kinetic energy loss in collision experiments using a conventional double-focussing mass spectrometer Curtis, J.M.
1984
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323 Mechanism of keto Å enol tautomerism of ionized vinyl alcohol versus acetaldehyde and their dissociation to C2H3O+ and H·. An ab initio molecular orbital study Apeloig, Yitzhak
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324 Metal ion mediated heterolytic cleavage of SiC bonds resulting in the generation of neutral MCH3 fragments (MFe, Co) Karrass, Sigurd
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325 Metastable decay of cesium iodide cluster ions Katakuse, I.
1984
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326 Metastable decay of N+ 2He n (υ = 1) (1 < n⩽6) clusters Bieske, E.J.
1994
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327 Metastable decay of stoichiometric and non-stoichiometric nitrogen cluster ions Walder, G.
1991
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328 Metastable ion studies on 2- and 3-bromopyridine isomers Abd El-Kader, F.H.
1989
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329 Metastable ion study of fluorinated organic compounds. Part 3. α, α, α-trifluoroanisole and α, α, α-trifluorocresols Yanagisawa, Tamae
1993
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330 Metastable radical cations of glycine methyl ester and its enol tautomer Depke, Gisbert
1984
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331 Modelling of the molecular beam intensity distribution by means of an infrared beam Adamczyk, Bogdan
1991
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332 Multiphoton and electron impact ionization of azirines: 3-methyl-2-phenyl-1-azirine at λ = 248 nm and 193 nm Opitz, Joachim
1992
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333 Multiple ion counting in isotope abundance mass spectrometry Richter, S.
1994
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334 Multiple reflection type time-of-flight mass spectrometer with two sets of parallel-plate electrostatic fields Su, Ching-Shen
1989
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335 Negative cluster ion formation from water ice in high electric fields Stintz, A.
1994
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336 Negative hydride ion production by low energy electron impact of alkali metal hydride powder Kawano, Hiroyuki
1991
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337 Negative ion formation in SF5NCO following low-energy electron attachment Oster, Tatiana
1988
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338 Negative thermal ionization mass spectrometry of main group elements Wachsmann, Manfred
1991
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339 Non-ergodic dissociation of the acetone/enol ion McAdoo, David J.
1984
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340 Non-resonant multiphoton ionization and fragmentation patterns of selected low-mass hydrocarbons: acetylene, ethylene, ethane, propylene, propane, isobutylene and cis-2-butene Martin, William B.
1989
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341 Observations of Arrhenius behaviour over 56 decades: dissociation of N+ 4 ions Glosík, J.
1994
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342 On molecular ion formation by hydride abstraction in plasma desorption mass spectrometry Demirev, P.
1993
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343 On the activation energy for methane elimination from the trimethyloxonium cation Wang, Dingneng
1991
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344 On the formation of C2H5O2 + ions having the structure of hydroxy-protonated acetic acid De Koster, Chris G.
1984
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345 On the gas phase chemistry of ionized glycine and its enol. A combined experimental and ab initio molecular orbital study Depke, Gisbert
1984
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346 On the generation and identification of dimethoxycarbene and 2-oxazolidinylidene in the rarefied gas phase of the mass spectrometer Wong, Thomas
1992
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347 On the mechanism of CO loss from the metastable molecular ion of dimethyl malonate Tobita, Seiji
1988
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348 On the nature of the cluster ions from concentrated sulfuric acid produced by fast atom bombardment Sharp, Thomas R.
1989
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349 On the precise and accurate determination of the 241Pu half-life by mass spectrometry Kelly, W.R.
1985
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350 On the reactions of perfluoroisobutene with some anions in the gas phase: studies in an ion mobility spectrometer Bell, A.J.
1994
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351 On the use of CsX+ cluster ions for major element depth profiling in secondary ion mass spectrometry Magee, Charles W.
1990
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352 Optimal cyclotron radius for high resolution FT-ICR spectrometry Gorshkov, Michael V.
1993
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353 Organic film thickness effect in secondary ion mass spectrometry and plasma desorption mass spectrometry Bolbach, G.
1992
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354 Oxide bond energies for the calibration of matrix effects in secondary ion mass spectrometry Galuska, A.A.
1984
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355 Parameterization of a two-stage mass spectrometer performing second-order space focusing Piseri, P
1996
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356 Particle bombardment (keV) mass spectra of a tetramethyltetraphenyltrisiloxane at different temperatures and states of aggregation Katz, R.N.
1989
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357 Particle delayed emission in spontaneous desorption mass spectrometry Benguerba, M.
1995
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358 Particle flight times in a toroidal condenser and an electric quadrupole lens in the third-order approximation 1989
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359 Peak broadening caused by a fifth-order aberration in the fringing field of an electrostatic analyzer Ishihara, Morio
1991
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360 Penning ionization of fullerenes: reactions of C60 and C70 with metastable atoms of the rare gases He, Ne, Ar and Kr Javahery, Gholamreza
1993
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361 Photodissociation of 1,4-dioxane ions. Competitive formation of two fragment ions Chen, J.H.
1987
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362 Photodissociation of positive ions trapped within the space charge of a magnetically confined electron beam Morgan, T.G.
1984
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363 Photodissociation of some small heteroatom-containing organic ions Bramer, E.M.
1983
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364 Photoionization study of ion/molecule reactions in allene Carrier, Danielle
1984
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365 Practical Organic Mass Spevtrometry Todd, J.F.J.
1987
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366 Precision and reproducibility of in situ oxygen isotope ratio measurements on quartz obtained using an Isolab 54 ion microprobe Lyon, I.C.
1995
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367 Pressure and target gas effects in the collision-induced dissociation of methane molecular ions Ouwerkerk, C.E.D.
1984
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368 Prevention of a low energy isomerization of ionized butanoic acid at higher energies by competing rearrangements McAdoo, David J.
1986
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369 Progress in the preparation of emitters for field desorption mass spectrometry: the smearing method Tingyu, Hu
1989
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370 Proposal for an analytical form of the collisional energy deposition probability Lee, S.H.
1987
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371 Proton affinity of the stable free radical 2,2,6,6-tetramethyl-l-piperidinyloxy measured by the kinetic method Chen, Guodong
1995
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372 Protonation in organic secondary ion mass spectrometry: Correlation with solution chemistry involved in sample preparation Inchaouh, J.
1984
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373 Publisher's note 1993
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374 Publisher's Note 1991
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375 Publisher's note 1985
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376 Quadrupole-detection FT-ICR mass spectrometry Schweihard, L.
1990
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377 Quantification of impurities in brass using secondary ion mass spectrometry: a comparison of matrix effects for CsM+ clusters and M+ ions Adriaens, A.
1995
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378 Quantification of pulsed ion currents produced in resonance ionization mass spectrometry Fassett, J.D.
1987
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16 p.
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379 Quantification of uranium isotopes by multiphoton ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometry Green, L.W.
1989
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15 p.
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380 Quantitative assessment of multiple excitation events in Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry Riegner, Dawn E.
1994
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381 Quantitative behavior of surfactants at the liquid/vacuum interface by secondary ion mass spectrometry Ligon, Woodfin V.
1984
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382 Rapid data acquisition for the analysis of small gas volumes Rigby, L.J.
1984
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383 Rate constant measurements for the ion/molecule reactions of I−, F−, Br− and HFBr− with Cl2 Fussen, D.
1992
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384 3rd international laser microprobe mass spectrometry workshop 1986
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385 Reaction mechanisms of gaseous organic ions. Part 22. Structure and reactivity of protonated indole in the gas phase by MS/MS Sindona, Giovanni
1985
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386 Reactions of nitric acid with di- and trichloride ions, di- and tri-iodide ions and with CO− 4 in the gas phase Amelynck, C.
1994
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387 Reactions of N+ 4 with rare gases from thermal to 10eV center-of-mass energy: collision-induced dissociation, charge transfer and ligand exchange Schultz, Richard H.
1991
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388 Reactions of O2 +, O4 + and O2 +·H2O ions with neutral molecules Raksit, A.B.
1986
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389 Reactivities of propane and propene with monopositive ions of fourth period elements produced in a spark Grady, William L.
1983
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390 Rearrangements of the methyl butanoate ion and its isomers: time and energy dependence of reactions on a complicated potential surface McAdoo, David J.
1989
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391 Recent developments in techniques utilising time-of-flight mass spectrometry Price, D.
1984
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392 Recent improvements in and analytical applications of advanced ion trap technology Stafford Jr., G.C.
1984
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393 Resolution enhancement in linear time-of-flight mass spectrometry by post-source pulse focusing Kinsel, G.R.
1991
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394 Resolution test of an electric prism—oblique incidence magnet double focusing mass spectrometer Ioanoviciu, D.
1986
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395 Resolving power of a discrete electrode detector array Birkinshaw, K.
1994
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396 Resonance-enhanced multiphoton ionization of argon: reactivity as a probe for the 2P 1 2 /2P3/2 population Schweizer, M.
1994
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397 Resonant laser ablation (RLA) McLean, C.J.
1990
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398 Revised isotopic composition of terrestrial mercury Zadnik, M.G.
1989
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399 Richard E. Honig Gale, J.Jane
1990
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400 Scatter profiling and the extent of product ion angular scattering in some non-dissociative polyatomic collisions of kiloelectronvolt energy ions with stationary target-gas particles Reid, C.J.
1990
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29 p.
artikel
401 Secondary ion fourier transform mass spectrometry: a new approach towards the study of metal cluster ion chemistry Irion, Manfred P.
1990
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21 p.
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402 Secondary ion mass spectra of silver clusters (Ag) n + up to 26 000 dalton (n = 240) Katakuse, I.
1989
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403 Secondary ion mass spectrometry (SIMS) of metal halides. IV. The envelopes of secondary cluster ion distributions Campana, Joseph E.
1984
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21 p.
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404 Secondary ion mass spectrometry studies on the formation of the valve metal oxide in ruthenium- and iridium-based mixed oxide electrodes Daolio, S.
1996
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10 p.
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405 Secondary neutral mass spectrometric investigations on the formation of sputter-generated molecules by atomic combination Oechsner, Hans
1990
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406 Second-order double-focusing mass spectrograph with a wide mass range Matsuda, H.
1989
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8 p.
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407 Segmented fourier transform and its application to fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance (FT-ICR) mass spectrometry: ion abundances and mass measurements de Koning, Leo J.
1989
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408 Selective detection of aldehydes and ketones by derivatization/secondary ion mass spectrometry Ross, Mark M.
1985
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8 p.
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409 Selective fragmentation and ionization of organic compounds using an energy-tunable rare-gas metastable beam source Faubert, D.
1993
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410 Selective ionization using low-energy electrons applied to time-resolved detection of reaction products in molecular beams Fröchtenicht, Ralf
1994
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411 Selectivity in secondary ion mass spectrometry. A study of pyrimidine derivatives Hebert, N.
1986
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12 p.
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412 Self imaging of surface ionization ion sources — where do the ions come from? Delmore, J.E.
1994
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413 Separation of mass spectra of binary salt systems: calculations of mass spectra of pure system components from binary data Kapała, Jan
1991
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414 Simple ligand exchange reaction or not, that is the question. But is it also metal ion dependent? Eller, Karsten
1991
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415 Simultaneous ion detection in a double focusing mass spectrometer with specially shaped magnetic pole faces Ouwerkerk, C.E.D.
1986
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416 Solid state magnet current regulator for sector field mass spectrometer Sensharma, Dilip K.
1986
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417 Some second-order errors in average mass measurement of complex biological molecules in time-of-flight particle desorption mass spectrometry Zubarev, R.A.
1991
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11 p.
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418 Spin conservation in collision of C+ ions with atomic and molecular targets Lee, A.R.
1991
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419 Spin violation in double-electron capture by Ar4+ ions Lee, A.R.
1996
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420 Spontaneous desorption: a secondary ion process Schoppmann, Ch.
1993
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421 Spontaneous desorption mass spectrometry: applications and mechanisms Salehpour, Mehran
1988
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422 Stability of silicon-based distonic radical cations Pius, Kuruvilla
1989
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423 Stable covalent and hydrogen-bonded acid-base association. Ab initio study of [CH2O · H · NH3]+ and [CH2NH · H · OH2]+ complexes Bouchoux, Guy
1987
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424 Stored waveform simultaneous mass-selective ejection/excitation for Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry Chen, Ling
1987
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425 Structural differences between metastable NO2 + ions formed by electron ionization of NO2 and via an ion/molecule reaction between N3 + and O2 Guilhaus, M.
1985
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426 Studies of dissociative electron attachment to some haloethanes using the falp apparatus: comparisons with data obtained using non-thermal techniques Smith, D.
1989
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427 Studies of ion clusters of atmospheric importance by tandem mass spectrometry. Neat and mixed clusters involving methanol and water Iraqi, Muhammad
1989
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14 p.
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428 Studies of reactions of C3H+ ions in the gas phase at 296±2 K Raksit, A.B.
1983
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429 Study of d.c. multipole discharges in silane-diborane and silane-phosphine mixtures Lloret, A.
1984
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430 Subject index 1994
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431 Subject index 1984
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432 Subtle interplay of functional groups and chain length effects in the Fe+-mediated gas-phase chemistry of alkyl halides containing double and triple bonds Prüsse, Tilmann
1991
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433 Sulfur and nitrogen reactions for cometary comae ion chemistry Sen, A.D.
1992
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434 Surface-induced dissociation and ion—surface reactions at insulating surfaces Kane, T.E.
1994
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435 Surface ionization mass spectrometry of biomolecules: amino acids, purine bases, alkaloids Fujii, Toshihiro
1993
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436 Surface ionization mass spectrometry of organic compounds. III. Hydrocarbons and halogenated hydrocarbons Fujii, Toshihiro
1989
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437 Surface ionization of volatile organic compounds on a hot rhenium filament. A potentially valuable ionization technique in organic mass spectrometry Fujii, Toshihiro
1984
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438 Surface thermal ionization of ion-sputtered metals Couchouron, M.
1986
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439 Swarms of Ions and Electrons in Gases. Dutton, J.
1985
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440 Tandem mass spectrometry of poly(ethylene glycol) proton- and deuteron-attachment ions Lattimer, R.P.
1992
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441 Tandem mass spectrometry resolution enhancement by multivariate analysis Körnig, Stefan
1989
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442 Tandem mass spectrometry using an in-line ion-surface collision device 1991
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443 Tandem mass spectrometry using an in-line ion-surface collision device Bier, Mark E.
1990
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19 p.
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444 Techniques for avoiding discrimination errors in the dynamic sampling of condensable vapors Lincoln, Kenneth A.
1984
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445 Temperature dependence of the effective work function for thermal positive ion production from lithium atoms incident upon a rhenium surface in a high vacuum Kawano, Hiroyuki
1987
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446 Temperature effect of ion/molecule reactions in a water molecular beam crossed by an electron beam Michalak, Leszek
1991
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447 Temperature programmed desorption of polar adsorbates from (10 1 0), (0001) and (000 1 ) ZnO surfaces Zwicker, G.
1984
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448 7th annual meeting of the israel society for mass spectrometry 1987
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449 The appearance energy of CF+ 3 from CF4: ion/molecule reactions related to the thermochemistry of CF+ 3 Fisher, Ellen R.
1990
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450 The application of additional thermodynamic information to improve the results if the mass spectrum of a ternary system is incomplete Kapa l ̵ a, Jan
1992
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5 p.
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451 The breakdown pattern of n-hepteane ion by photodissociation: an excellent thermometric ion Huang, Fu-Shiuan
1992
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452 The causes of high activation energies for anion-radical association processes Sweeney, Christopher W.
1986
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453 The collision-induced dissociation of O2 − studied using a triple quadrupole mass spectrometer Dawson, P.H.
1984
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9 p.
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454 The composition of the CH4 plasma Drabner, G.
1990
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455 The development of secondary ion mass spectrometry (SIMS): A retrospective Honig, Richard E.
1985
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456 The effect of collision energy in polyatomic ion/neutral target collisions over a range of 10–6000 eV McLuckey, S.A.
1984
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457 The effect of ion position on ICR signal strength Dunbar, Robert C.
1984
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458 The formation and destruction of highly excited helium atoms in 4–25 keV collisions with the rare gases and simple molecules Silim, H.A.G.
1991
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459 The formation of a matrix plasma in the gas phase under fast atom bombardment conditions Münster, Helmut
1987
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460 The gas-phase acidity and bond dissociation energies of hydrogen telluride Gal, Jean-François
1989
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461 The gas phase chemistry of the formic acid radical cation [HCOOH] +. Mechanism for exchange of the hydrogen atoms: a quantum chemical investigation Ruttink, Paul J.A.
1992
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462 The halogens as electron scavengers in hydrocarbon flames Karellas, Nicholas S.
1989
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463 The heat of formation of C3H2 + Smith, D.
1984
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464 The influence of unimolecular cluster decompositions in the nanosecond time range on the secondary ion mass spectrum of tantalum Dzhemilev, N.Kh.
1991
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465 The intensity distribution caused by image aberrations of mass spectrometers for beams filling parallelogram-like phase-space areas Wollnik, H.
1988
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466 The ionization energy of 2,8-dichlorodibenzo-p-dioxin by resonance-enhanced two-photon ionization Grebner, Th.L.
1994
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467 The isotopic abundance of antimony Chang, Tsing-Lien
1993
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468 The isotopic composition and atomic weight of titanium Shima, Masako
1993
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469 The least endothermic fragmentation pathways of the diazine cations Buff, Randy
1984
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470 The mathematical representation of mass spectrometric data of binary systems Kapała, J.
1987
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471 The operation of a novel quadrupole mass spectrometer in hostile atmospheres Yang, J.
1984
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472 Theoretical analysis of the isomerizations and fragmentations of the C3H6O2 +· radical cation Caballol, Rosa
1986
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473 Theoretical and experimental studies on the ground state potential energy surface of C2H4O dications Koch, Wolfram
1985
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474 Theoretical predictions of metastable ions with short carbon-helium bonds Koch, Wolfram
1986
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475 Theoretical signal-to-noise ratio and resolution for the rapid scan technique in ion cyclotron resonance spectroscopy Amano, C.
1985
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476 Theoretical study of electron impact mass spectrometry. II. ab initio MO study of the fragmentation of ionized 1-propanol Takeuchi, Takae
1985
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477 Theoretical study of the long-pending problem of how to select the best condition for operating a surface-ionization-type negative-ion source to detect gaseous sample molecules Kawano, Hiroyuki
1986
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478 Theory and experiment in accord: the vinylidene radical cation Frenking, Gernot
1989
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479 The preparation and use of synthetic isotope mixtures for testing mass spectrometers Rosman, K.J.R.
1987
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480 The proton affinity and selected ion/molecule reactions of diacetylene Petrie, S.
1991
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481 The proton affinity of hydrogen telluride Karpas, Zeev
1986
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482 Thermal shift corrections to appearance energies of fragment ions: The example C3H5 + Boyd, R.K.
1983
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483 Thermoemission of Ce+ ions and its fluctuations Gładyszewski, Longin
1994
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484 The second stability region of the quadrupole mass filter. II. Experimental results Dawson, P.H.
1984
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485 The second stability region of the quadrupole mass filter. I. Ion optical properties Dawson, P.H.
1984
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486 The 10th International Symposium on Microchemical Techniques and Trace Analysis 1985
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487 The trapping condition and a new instability of the ion motion in the ion cyclotron resonance trap Schweikhard, L.
1995
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488 The use of a quadrupole mass filter and a large electric sector to study dissociations of high-velocity ions Harris, F.M.
1984
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489 The use of quadrupole and Ion Trap mass spectrometers for the identification of air and water pollutants Evans, S.
1984
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490 The use of surfactants to modify molar response factors in the secondary ion mass spectrometry of liquid surfaces Ligon Jr., Woodfin V.
1984
169-170 1 p. 113-122
10 p.
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491 The utility of a biased activation cell for laser-ion beam photodissociation studies Tecklenburg Jr., R.E.
1989
169-170 1 p. 111-120
10 p.
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492 The vertical component of an ion trajectory in a homogeneous magnet to a third-order approximation Sakurai, T.
1989
169-170 1 p. 51-68
18 p.
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493 Thin layer chromatography—mass spectrometry using infrared lase desorption Fanibanda, Tanaz
1994
169-170 1 p. 127-132
6 p.
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494 10th International mass spectrometry conference 1984
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1 p.
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495 11th International mass spectrometry conference 1987
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1 p.
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496 10th international mass spectrometry conference Swansea Gt. Britain, 9–13 September 1985 Price, D.
1986
169-170 1 p. 121-125
5 p.
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497 Thin wire emitter for field ionization Zahran, N.F.
1987
169-170 1 p. 55-63
9 p.
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498 Time-of-flight ion energy and ion reaction time spectrometry, spectral line shape and mechanisms of ion formation Tsong, T.T.
1986
169-170 1 p. 1-21
21 p.
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499 Time resolved photoionization mass spectrometry in the millisecond range Lifshitz, C.
1984
169-170 1 p. 99-105
7 p.
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500 Toward quantitation of ion/molecule kinetics in fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry Moini, Mehdi
1989
169-170 1 p. 29-40
12 p.
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501 Trajectory calculations for axial injection of ions into a magnetic field: overcoming the magnetic mirror effect with an r.f. quadrupole lens McIver Jr., Robert T.
1990
169-170 1 p. 35-50
16 p.
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502 Transition states of excited polyatomic neutrals studied by their kinetic energy release: cyclohexane Körnig, S.
1989
169-170 1 p. 49-71
23 p.
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503 Translational energy spectroscopy of Ar q+ (q = 1−4): single electron capture by Ar4+ IN He and Ar3+ in Ar Hamdan, M.
1989
169-170 1 p. 87-94
8 p.
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504 Translation spectroscopy of carbon ions Curtis, J.M.
1984
169-170 1 p. 27-37
11 p.
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505 Transport of an ion beam through an octopole guide operating in the R.F.-only mode Tosi, Paolo
1989
169-170 1 p. 95-105
11 p.
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506 Triple-electron capture by fast-moving doubly charged ions in single collisions with xenon atoms Harris, F.M
1996
169-170 1 p. 57-64
8 p.
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507 Tunneling RRKM calculations for the H2 loss reaction from ethane ions on an ab initio potential energy surface Weitzel, Karl-Michael
1994
169-170 1 p. 1-24
24 p.
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508 Two-color picosecond lasers in mass spectrometry Gobeli, D.A.
1985
169-170 1 p. 149-154
6 p.
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509 Unimolecular decomposition of a polyatomic ion in a variable-temperature selected-ion-flow-drift tube: experiment and theoretical interpretation Smith, Sean C.
1990
169-170 1 p. 77-96
20 p.
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510 Unusual observation of cationized species formed from ionophore antibiotics under ammonia chemical ionization conditions Tabet, J.C.
1985
169-170 1 p. 29-36
8 p.
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511 Variation in ion-pair yields from CF2Cl2 photoexcited in the inner-shell excitation regions Suzuki, Isao H.
1994
169-170 1 p. 55-69
15 p.
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512 Velocity and ion species dependence of the gain of microchannel plates Meier, R.
1993
169-170 1 p. 19-27
9 p.
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513 Very large metal carbonyl clusters formed by ion/ molecule reactions in decacarbonyldirhenium Meckstroth, Wilma K.
1984
169-170 1 p. 149-152
4 p.
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