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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 Absolute cross-section measurements in XQQ instruments: Ar+ + N2 → Ar + N+ 2 Martinez, Richard I.
1988
169-170 1-2 p. 1-16
16 p.
artikel
2 Abundance distribution of positively and negatively charged cluster ions in the laser-induced plasma of a WO3/C target Dietze, H.-J.
1988
169-170 1-2 p. 47-53
7 p.
artikel
3 Acetonitrile and benzene in the breath of smokers and non-smokers investigated by proton transfer reaction mass spectrometry (PTR-MS) Jordan, A.
1995
169-170 1-2 p. L1-L3
nvt p.
artikel
4 Acetonitrile in gas-phase ion/molecule chemistry Wincel, H.
1988
169-170 1-2 p. 69-87
19 p.
artikel
5 A comprehensive methodology for the study of sequential ion/molecule reactions using fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance the formation, isolation, and reactions of very large metal clusters Forbes, R.A.
1988
169-170 1-2 p. 23-44
22 p.
artikel
6 A comprehensive study of the low energy collision-induced dissociation of dinucleoside monophosphates Phillips, Dennis R.
1993
169-170 1-2 p. 61-82
22 p.
artikel
7 Additional evidence for the work function increase due to adsorption of residual gases and for its decrease due to co-adsorption of the gases and alkali metal halide molecules during positive surface ionization in high vacua Kawano, Hiroyuki
1986
169-170 1-2 p. 145-155
11 p.
artikel
8 Advances in multiphoton and spectroscopy, Volume-nr Grey Morgan, C.
1986
169-170 1-2 p. 216-217
2 p.
artikel
9 A fast data acquisition system for the study of transient events by high repetition rate time-of-flight mass spectrometry Lincoln, K.A.
1990
169-170 1-2 p. 41-51
11 p.
artikel
10 A fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance study of the reactions of O−· with methyl formate van der Wel, H.
1986
169-170 1-2 p. 145-153
9 p.
artikel
11 Afterglow techniques with spectroscopic detection for determining the rate coefficients and products of dissociative electron—ion recombination Adams, Nigel G.
1994
169-170 1-2 p. 1-27
27 p.
artikel
12 A hybrid BEQQ mass spectrometer Schoen, A.E.
1985
169-170 1-2 p. 125-140
16 p.
artikel
13 Alkali ion carbonyls: sequential bond energies of Li+(CO) x (x = 1−3), Na+(CO) x (x = 1, 2) and K+(CO) Walter, Derek
1998
169-170 1-2 p. 93-106
14 p.
artikel
14 Alkylation of C60. Reaction between C60 anions and tert-butyl chloride and mass spectrometry analysis Bourcier, S.
1996
169-170 1-2 p. 85-101
17 p.
artikel
15 A method for measuring the gain of an electron multiplier Fies Jr., William J.
1988
169-170 1-2 p. 111-129
19 p.
artikel
16 Amide bond dissociation in protonated peptides. Structures of the N-terminal ionic and neutral fragments Nold, Michael J.
1997
169-170 1-2 p. 137-153
17 p.
artikel
17 Analysis of double-stranded oligonucleotides by laser-induced liquid beam mass spectrometry Kleinekofort, Wolfgang
1997
169-170 1-2 p. L1-L4
nvt p.
artikel
18 Analysis of GaAs using a combined r.f. glow discharge and inductively coupled plasma source mass spectrometer Becker, J.S
1997
169-170 1-2 p. 81-91
11 p.
artikel
19 Analytical Methods and Problems in Biotechnology 1983
169-170 1-2 p. 236-
1 p.
artikel
20 An approximate method for determining the emittance of ion sources in quadrupole mass spectrometry Dawson, P.H.
1983
169-170 1-2 p. 159-167
9 p.
artikel
21 An enriched 6Li isotopic reference material Lamberty, A.
1988
169-170 1-2 p. 135-145
11 p.
artikel
22 A new approach to the gas phase chemistry of ternary transition metal complexes: Ion-beam induced reactions Kückelmann, Ulrich
1998
169-170 1-2 p. 71-78
8 p.
artikel
23 A new direction for the journal Bowers, Michael T.
1998
169-170 1-2 p. vii-
1 p.
artikel
24 A new flame-ion mass spectrometer: chemi-ionizatino of lanthanum observed in hydrogen—oxygen—argon flames Goodings, John M.
1994
169-170 1-2 p. 83-96
14 p.
artikel
25 A new operating mode of a quadrupole ion trap in mass spectrometry Zerega, Y.
1994
169-170 1-2 p. 57-65
9 p.
artikel
26 A new operating mode of a quadrupole ion trap in mass spectrometry Zerega, Y.
1994
169-170 1-2 p. 67-72
6 p.
artikel
27 An experimental study of ion motions in a double cell FT/ICR instrument Giancaspro, Carlo
1986
169-170 1-2 p. 63-71
9 p.
artikel
28 An investigation of the ionization processes occurring in fast atom bombardment (FAB) for perhydro-3a,6a,9a-triazaphenalene, a compound with high proton affinity/basicity and hydride donor properties Paul, G.J.C.
1995
169-170 1-2 p. 41-54
14 p.
artikel
29 Anion and cation chemistry of phosphoryl chloride as an electron scavenger in a fuel-rich, methane—oxygen flame Hugh Horton, J.
1992
169-170 1-2 p. 99-121
23 p.
artikel
30 An ion cyclotron resonance spectrometer as a gas chromatographic detector. The effect of continuous trapping on performance Larsen, Barbara S.
1986
169-170 1-2 p. 73-84
12 p.
artikel
31 Announcement 1991
169-170 1-2 p. 157-158
2 p.
artikel
32 Announcement 1988
169-170 1-2 p. 205-
1 p.
artikel
33 Announcements 1995
169-170 1-2 p. 139-142
4 p.
artikel
34 A novel four grid ion reflector for saturation of laser multiphoton ionization yields in a time of flight mass spectrometer Wagner, M.
1993
169-170 1-2 p. 31-45
15 p.
artikel
35 A plasma desorption mass spectrometry study of CHn + and C2Hn + ion formation from frozen organic surfaces Betts, R.L.
1995
169-170 1-2 p. 9-23
15 p.
artikel
36 Appearance potential and electron impact ionisation cross-section of C60 Sai Baba, M.
1992
169-170 1-2 p. R1-R8
nvt p.
artikel
37 A primary xenon isotopic gas standard with SI traceable values for isotopic composition and molar mass Valkiers, S.
1998
169-170 1-2 p. 55-63
9 p.
artikel
38 A pulsed ionization high-pressure mass spectrometric study of methyl cation transfer and methyl cation-induced clustering in dimethyl ether-acetone mixtures Szulejko, J.E.
1988
169-170 1-2 p. 147-161
15 p.
artikel
39 A quantum chemical investigation of the unimolecular chemistry of the formic acid radical cation and some of its isomers Uggerud, Einar
1986
169-170 1-2 p. 187-196
10 p.
artikel
40 A reaction window in double charge-transfer mass spectrometry Mathur, D.
1988
169-170 1-2 p. 203-208
6 p.
artikel
41 A recommended data transfer protocol for isotope mass spectrometric measurement data Mayer, K.
1995
169-170 1-2 p. 117-122
6 p.
artikel
42 A SIMS method for 10Be/9Be ratio measurement in environmental materials Belshaw, N.S.
1995
169-170 1-2 p. 55-67
13 p.
artikel
43 A simulation study of ion kinetic energies during resonant excitation in a stretched ion trap Splendore, M.
1996
169-170 1-2 p. 11-29
19 p.
artikel
44 A study of the metastable fragmentation of ions produced by 252Cf fission fragment bombardment of bovine insulin Chait, B.T.
1985
169-170 1-2 p. 169-180
12 p.
artikel
45 A tandem selected ion flow tube—triple quadrupole instrument Marinelli, Peter J.
1994
169-170 1-2 p. 89-105
17 p.
artikel
46 A theoretical investigation of the electron-transfer reactions of the SiF2+ 3 dication with the rare gases, neon, argon, krypton and xenon Champkin, Philip
1998
169-170 1-2 p. 57-69
13 p.
artikel
47 A time-resolved study of the methyl elimination from ionized homoadamantane in combination with2H- and13C-labelling Kluft, Els
1986
169-170 1-2 p. 167-174
8 p.
artikel
48 Atomic force microscopy study of sputter-induced topography on silver-coated silicon by a defocused beam of argon neutrals Dümmler, W.
1998
169-170 1-2 p. 99-105
7 p.
artikel
49 A two-state treatment of the electron transfer reactions from carbon dioxide to helium ions Parker, John E.
1989
169-170 1-2 p. 87-99
13 p.
artikel
50 A versatile method of simulation of the operation of ion trap mass spectrometers Reiser, Hans-Peter
1992
169-170 1-2 p. 49-63
15 p.
artikel
51 Calculated and measured double-ionization energies of acetonitrile to singlet and triplet electronic states of the doubly charged ion Bayliss, M.A.
1997
169-170 1-2 p. 121-130
10 p.
artikel
52 C+ 10 and C+ 7 carbon cluster ions from overcrowded octachloropentafulvalene and octachloronaphthalene Lifshitz, Chava
1988
169-170 1-2 p. 193-204
12 p.
artikel
53 Carbon cluster ions in laser-induced plasma Seifert, G.
1988
169-170 1-2 p. 121-133
13 p.
artikel
54 Cationic aromatic silylation in the gas phase Cacace, Fulvio
1988
169-170 1-2 p. 17-32
16 p.
artikel
55 Cation tagging for monitoring gas phase reactions. Electrospray FTICR/MS study of ester pyrolysis Katritzky, Alan R.
1998
169-170 1-2 p. 149-157
9 p.
artikel
56 Certain theoretical aspects of ion trajectories in multipole systems Gordon, D.B.
1995
169-170 1-2 p. 31-44
14 p.
artikel
57 Certification of a 15N-enriched nitrate species-specific spike isotopic reference material IRMM-627 Wolff, J.-C.
1996
169-170 1-2 p. 67-75
9 p.
artikel
58 252 Cf plasma desorption mass spectrometry of quinolinium salts and method of estimation of their intermolecular interactions with phospholipids Andrievsky, Grigory V.
1997
169-170 1-2 p. 1-11
11 p.
artikel
59 Characterization of an ambident electrophile: the gas phase reactivity of the methoxymethyl cation Freitas, Michael A.
1998
169-170 1-2 p. 107-122
16 p.
artikel
60 Characterization of hydrocarbon cluster ion products by surface induced reactions Wörgötter, R.
1997
169-170 1-2 p. L1-L6
nvt p.
artikel
61 Characterization of ribonuclease B heterogeneity and the identification and removal of phosphate adducts by high resolution electrospray ionization Fourier transform ion clylotron resonance mass spectrometry Bruce, James E.
1994
169-170 1-2 p. 97-107
11 p.
artikel
62 Charge distribution of elements in the ion beam produced from an rf-spark ion source Datta, B.P.
1986
169-170 1-2 p. 13-40
28 p.
artikel
63 Charge-exchange processes involving ground- and excited-state O2 + and H2 + ions with H2 and O2 Irvine, A.D
1997
169-170 1-2 p. 115-120
6 p.
artikel
64 Charge separation of metastable triply charged ions derived from benzo[a]pyrene March, R.E.
1986
169-170 1-2 p. 167-182
16 p.
artikel
65 Charge stripping of ethane ions Rabrenović, M.
1983
169-170 1-2 p. 79-85
7 p.
artikel
66 Charge stripping of ligated metal ions Dai, PingQi
1995
169-170 1-2 p. 67-77
11 p.
artikel
67 Charge-transfer reactions of fullerene dications with aromatic hydrocarbon and fullerene molecules in the gas phase Javahery, Gholamreza
1992
169-170 1-2 p. R5-R9
nvt p.
artikel
68 Chemical ionisation in the ion trap: a comparative study Boswell, S.M.
1990
169-170 1-2 p. 139-149
11 p.
artikel
69 Chemical reactions in CF3H cluster ions Walker, N.R.
1998
169-170 1-2 p. 153-161
9 p.
artikel
70 Chemical transformations of self-assembled monolayers by low energy reactive ion beam bombardment Varghese, Bindu
1996
169-170 1-2 p. 69-78
10 p.
artikel
71 Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry in Nutrition Science and Food Safety Self, R.
1985
169-170 1-2 p. 235-236
2 p.
artikel
72 Clusterionenbildung von bornitrid in laserplasmen Becker, S.
1986
169-170 1-2 p. 157-166
10 p.
artikel
73 Collisional and unimolecular ionisation of monatomic halogen cations Singh, S.
1986
169-170 1-2 p. 183-201
19 p.
artikel
74 Collisional cooling effects on the charge reversal and neutralization—reionization mass spectra of the negative cluster ion of sulfur dioxide (SO2) .− 2 Iraqi, Muhammad
1994
169-170 1-2 p. 127-131
5 p.
artikel
75 Collisional dissociation of H3 + ions on Kr Martínez, H.
1998
169-170 1-2 p. 17-26
10 p.
artikel
76 Collision-induced dissociation of keV methane molecular ions. Analysis of the pressure dependence using probability theory Rabrenović, M.
1985
169-170 1-2 p. 197-210
14 p.
artikel
77 Collision-induced electronic excitation of CH+ ions by impact on rare gas atoms and some diatomic molecules Ehbrecht, A.
1996
169-170 1-2 p. 41-59
19 p.
artikel
78 Collision-induced electronic excitation of NH+ ions studied by optical spectroscopy Ehbrecht, A.
1998
169-170 1-2 p. 127-141
15 p.
artikel
79 Collision-induced “radical” losses from even-electron negative ions in the gas phase Eichinger, Peter C.H.
1991
169-170 1-2 p. 123-134
12 p.
artikel
80 Collision-mediated axial ejection of radially excited ions as a mass-dependent ion loss mechanism in Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry Riegner, Dawn E.
1992
169-170 1-2 p. 103-116
14 p.
artikel
81 Comparison of brönsted acidities of neutral NH-acids in gas phase, dimethyl sulfoxide and water Koppel, Ilmar
1998
169-170 1-2 p. 61-69
9 p.
artikel
82 Comparison of infrared photodissociation in a Fourier transform mass spectrometer with metastable ion decay in a double-focusing mass spectrometer Bensimon, Mike
1986
169-170 1-2 p. 125-135
11 p.
artikel
83 Competing dissociation of and bond formation between CH3CHOH+ and .CH2CH3 formed by bimolecular processes Ahmed, Mohammed S.
1994
169-170 1-2 p. 1-7
7 p.
artikel
84 Completing dissociation channels of nitromethane and methyl nitrite ions and the role of electronic and internal modes of excitation Ogden, I.K.
1983
169-170 1-2 p. 41-53
13 p.
artikel
85 Computation for ions stored in a quadrupole R.F. TRAP cooled by a buffer gas. Influence of working conditions on space-charge effects Vedel, F.
1985
169-170 1-2 p. 1-22
22 p.
artikel
86 Concerning sterical hindrance to deprotonation of gaseous polyalkylbenzenium ions Attinà, Marina
1992
169-170 1-2 p. R1-R4
nvt p.
artikel
87 Consecutive ion/molecule condensation reactions and photodissociation mechanisms of condensation ions in polyacetylenic compounds Buckley, Thomas J.
1985
169-170 1-2 p. 181-196
16 p.
artikel
88 Correlated oscillations and their r.f. spectra detectabilities of two oppositely charged thermal ion clouds in a Paul trap Luo, Xueli
1996
169-170 1-2 p. 77-84
8 p.
artikel
89 Correlation between fragmentation reactions and structure of C n H2 2+ ions Rabrenović, M.
1983
169-170 1-2 p. 87-96
10 p.
artikel
90 Covariance mapping of charged species evolution in YBa2Cu3O7−δ laser ablation Berardi, V
1995
169-170 1-2 p. 1-21
21 p.
artikel
91 Cross-sections for formation of parent and fragment ions by electron impact from C2N2 Smith, O.I.
1983
169-170 1-2 p. 55-59
5 p.
artikel
92 Cross-sections for the formation of S− ions by electron impact on OCS Iga, I.
1996
169-170 1-2 p. 99-105
7 p.
artikel
93 Data acquisition and processing in charge stripping and double charge transfer experiments Beaudet, S.
1992
169-170 1-2 p. 61-72
12 p.
artikel
94 Decomposition thresholds and associated translational energy releases for eight C4H8O+. isomers Traeger, John C.
1986
169-170 1-2 p. 35-48
14 p.
artikel
95 Determination of the absolute isotopic composition and Atomic Weight of a reference sample of natural iron Taylor, P.D.P.
1992
169-170 1-2 p. 111-125
15 p.
artikel
96 Deuterium exchange in the systems of H2O+/H2O and H3O+/H2O Anicich, Vincent G.
1998
169-170 1-2 p. 1-14
14 p.
artikel
97 Deuterium isotope effects on gas phase ion-molecule hydrogen-bonding interactions: Alcohol-alkoxide and alcohol-chloride adduct ions Wilkinson, F.E.
1998
169-170 1-2 p. 225-240
16 p.
artikel
98 Differential cross-section measurement for He0-He0 collisions Abrahams, Robert A.
1983
169-170 1-2 p. 61-77
17 p.
artikel
99 Differentiating between large isomers and derivation of structural information by ion mobility spectrometry / mass spectrometry techniques Karpas, Zeev
1988
169-170 1-2 p. 163-175
13 p.
artikel
100 Direct ab initio dynamics and MO studies on the formation reaction of ammonia dimer cations by NH+ 3+NH3 reaction Tachikawa, H
1997
169-170 1-2 p. 39-44
6 p.
artikel
101 Direct tropospheric ion sampling and mass identification Eisele, Fred L.
1983
169-170 1-2 p. 119-126
8 p.
artikel
102 Dissociation of excited CS+ 2 product ions in CS2+ 2/rare gas charge-transfer reactions Reid, C.J.
1988
169-170 1-2 p. 151-162
12 p.
artikel
103 Dissociative charge transfer of singly- and doubly-charged rare gas ions with W(CO)6 Horning, Stevan R.
1991
169-170 1-2 p. 1-29
29 p.
artikel
104 Dissociative ionization of CO by 22.5-48.5 eV photons: kinetic energy measurements of fragment ions by coincidence time-of-flight mass spectrometry Mathur, D.
1992
169-170 1-2 p. 123-136
14 p.
artikel
105 Distinguishing the formation of C2D+ 4 ions from C2D+ 6 (by D2 loss) and from C2D5H+ (by HD loss) in a Reflectron spectrometer Güthe, F.
1998
169-170 1-2 p. 47-55
9 p.
artikel
106 Disulfide bond cleavage in neutral substrates by the dimethylene ketene radical cation inside a mass spectrometer Thoen, K.K.
1998
169-170 1-2 p. 173-177
5 p.
artikel
107 Double-charge-transfer spectrometry and the measurement of electronic-state energies of doubly charged ions Harris, F.M.
1992
169-170 1-2 p. 1-43
43 p.
artikel
108 Double ionization energies to form the C2H2+ 6 ion in triplet ground and electronically excited states Griffiths, W.J.
1991
169-170 1-2 p. 135-143
9 p.
artikel
109 Double ionization to singlet and triplet electronic states of CCl4 2+ Grant, R.P.
1995
169-170 1-2 p. 117-124
8 p.
artikel
110 Editorial Board 1998
169-170 1-2 p. ii-iii
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111 Editorial Board 1998
169-170 1-2 p. ii-iii
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112 Editorial Board 1998
169-170 1-2 p. ii-iii
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113 Editorial Board 1995
169-170 1-2 p. ii-iii
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114 Editorial Board 1995
169-170 1-2 p. ii-iii
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115 Editorial Board 1995
169-170 1-2 p. ii-iii
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116 Editorial Board 1996
169-170 1-2 p. ii-iii
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117 Editorial Board 1995
169-170 1-2 p. iii-
1 p.
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118 Editorial Board 1997
169-170 1-2 p. ii-iii
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119 Editorial Board 1996
169-170 1-2 p. ii-iii
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120 Effect of spin—orbit states of Kr+ and Xe+ on the single-electron capture spectra of C2+ ions Lee, A.R.
1995
169-170 1-2 p. 97-104
8 p.
artikel
121 Effects of basic site proximity on deprotonation and hydrogen/deuterium exchange reactions for model dodecapeptide ions containing lysine and glycine Zhang, Xin
1998
169-170 1-2 p. 159-171
13 p.
artikel
122 Electrical effects during the mass spectrometric sampling of ions from hot flame gases at atmospheric pressure Axford, S.D.T.
1991
169-170 1-2 p. 31-65
35 p.
artikel
123 Electron affinities of gaseous iron fluorides and dimers Sidorov, L.N.
1986
169-170 1-2 p. 1-11
11 p.
artikel
124 Electron attachment by saturated nitriles, acrylonitrile (C2H3CN), and benzonitrile (C6H5CN) Heni, Martin
1986
169-170 1-2 p. 127-144
18 p.
artikel
125 Electron emission controller with pulsed heating of filament Durakiewicz, Tomasz
1996
169-170 1-2 p. 31-40
10 p.
artikel
126 Electronic states of the dication NH2+ 2 Gu, Jian-Ping
1992
169-170 1-2 p. 157-161
5 p.
artikel
127 Electron impact and multiphoton ionization and fragmentation of dicarbonyl cyclopentadienyl methyl iron and pentamethylcyclopentadienyl dicarbonyl methyl iron Bruch, Detlev
1995
169-170 1-2 p. 105-122
18 p.
artikel
128 Electron-impact ionization cross-section of argon (σ +, n = 7,8) Almeida, D.P.
1997
169-170 1-2 p. 39-45
7 p.
artikel
129 Electron-impact ionization of nitric acid O'Connor, Caroline S.S.
1997
169-170 1-2 p. 131-139
9 p.
artikel
130 Electron impact mass spectrometry of indoline derivatives Rodríguez, J.Gonzalo
1995
169-170 1-2 p. 23-29
7 p.
artikel
131 Electrospray/collision-induced dissociation of derivatised peptides: studies on a hybrid magnetic sector–orthogonal time-of-flight mass spectrometer Lindh, Ingemar
1997
169-170 1-2 p. 71-79
9 p.
artikel
132 Energy deposition in desorption ionization Cook, Kelsey D.
1983
169-170 1-2 p. 135-149
15 p.
artikel
133 Energy distribution of H+ ions desorbed from metal surfaces by MeV ion impact de Castro, C.C.
1998
169-170 1-2 p. 1-15
15 p.
artikel
134 Energy distribution of ions in a Penning trap Li, Guo-Zhong
1992
169-170 1-2 p. 65-75
11 p.
artikel
135 Energy-resolved collision-induced dissociation of proton-bound cluster ions as a structural probe: the acetonitrile—water system Graul, Susan T.
1989
169-170 1-2 p. 41-61
21 p.
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136 Enhanced coalescence reactions of fullerenes by laser desorption of C60 derivatives Ong, P.P.
1997
169-170 1-2 p. 19-28
10 p.
artikel
137 Erratum to “Collision-induced electronic excitation of CH+ ions by impact on rare gas atoms and some diatomic molecules” Ehbrecht, A
1997
169-170 1-2 p. 161-
1 p.
artikel
138 Estimation of ion beam spread due to field instabilities Rama Rao, V.V.K.
1995
169-170 1-2 p. 45-49
5 p.
artikel
139 Estimation of ionization energies of substituted anilines by the kinetic method Denault, Jeff W.
1998
169-170 1-2 p. 205-213
9 p.
artikel
140 Evidence for isomeric radical cations derived from diolefin dimers. A comparison between gas phase and solution Reents Jr., W.D.
1986
169-170 1-2 p. 155-168
14 p.
artikel
141 Evidence for stepwise processes in the charge reversal of negative ions De Lange, W.
1986
169-170 1-2 p. 111-125
15 p.
artikel
142 Evidence for the lower limit of the reaction window of endoergicities applicable to triple-electron-capture reactions of fast-moving doubly charged ions with atoms and molecules Jeffreys, N.
1997
169-170 1-2 p. 133-136
4 p.
artikel
143 Excitation of N2+· in collisions with He and Ne Kamber, E.Y.
1986
169-170 1-2 p. 203-208
6 p.
artikel
144 Excitation of the z-motion of ions in a cubic icr cell Van Der Hart, W.J.
1988
169-170 1-2 p. 17-31
15 p.
artikel
145 Experimental and theoretical investigations of angular distributions of fragments from dissociations of polyatomic ions Waddell, D.S.
1986
169-170 1-2 p. 71-90
20 p.
artikel
146 Experimental determination of the effects of space charge on ion cyclotron resonance frequencies Francl, Thomas J.
1983
169-170 1-2 p. 189-199
11 p.
artikel
147 Experimental investigations of spontaneous desorption Nees, B.
1989
169-170 1-2 p. 205-219
15 p.
artikel
148 Experimentally observed excited states of the dication NH2+ 2 Hamdan, M.
1988
169-170 1-2 p. 211-214
4 p.
artikel
149 External generation of ions in ICR spectrometry Kofel, P.
1985
169-170 1-2 p. 97-103
7 p.
artikel
150 Fast-atom bombardment mass spectrometry of glycerol—alkali-halide mixtures Aubagnac, J.L.
1985
169-170 1-2 p. 159-168
10 p.
artikel
151 Field desorption of sodium acetate studied by combined optical microscopy and mass spectrometry Okuyama, F.
1988
169-170 1-2 p. 55-60
6 p.
artikel
152 Field ionization of cesium atoms diffusion out from an iridium foil, studied by time-of-flight mass spectrometry Wallin, Elisabeth
1992
169-170 1-2 p. 31-45
15 p.
artikel
153 First direct observation and identification of the smaller fragment ion in a metastable asymmetric charge separation reaction Scheier, P.
1998
169-170 1-2 p. L1-L6
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154 Formation of potassium oxide clusters by seeded supersonic expansion Goldbach, A.
1995
169-170 1-2 p. L5-L9
nvt p.
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155 Formation, stability and structure of radical anions of chloroform, tetrachloromethane and fluorotrichloromethane in the gas phase Staneke, P.O.
1995
169-170 1-2 p. 83-93
11 p.
artikel
156 Fourier transform mass spectrometric studies of Al+, Ga+ and In+ with organic neutral molecules and alkyl halides Kasem Chowdhury, A.
1988
169-170 1-2 p. 163-176
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157 Fourier transform mass spectrometric studies of isovalent rare earth ions Sc+, Y+ and Lu+ with methanol. Formation of dimethoxide—metal species M(OCH3)+ 2 Azzaro, M.
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158 Fragmentation of n-heptane ions by photodissociation Chen, Jyh-Horung
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159 Fragmentation of organosulfur compounds upon electron impact: 2-mercaptoethanol and 1,2-ethanedithiol Sekiguchi, Osamu
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160 FTMS meeting held at the University of Metz, France, September 19–20, 1985 Muller, J.F.
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161 Gas-phase acidities of o-, m- and p-dehydrobenzoic acid radicals. Determination of the substituent constants for a phenyl radical site Wenthold, Paul G.
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162 Gas-phase bimolecular chemistry of the ż−CHNC and ż−CHCN radical anions Matimba, Henri E.K.
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163 Gas-phase ion equilibria studies of protons and chloride ions in propanol and acetone Hiraoka, K.
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164 Gas-phase reactions of MS+ ions (M = Fe, Co, Ni) with alkanes. An FTMS study Jackson, T.C.
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165 Gas-Phase reactions of NO2 − with nitrobenzenes and quinones. Electron transfer, clusters and formation of phenoxide and quinoxide negative ions. Use of NO2 as a negative ion chemical ionization reagent Grimsrud, Eric P.
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166 Gas-phase reactivity of the vinyl cation towards simple molecules. Hydrogen and methane Fornarini, Simonetta
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167 Gas phase stripping of alkali cations from biomolecules via reaction with crown ethers Pope, R.Marshall
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168 General expressions of positive- and negative-ionic emission currents in dissociative self-surface ionization of binary salt Kawano, Hiroyuki
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169 High energy carbon cluster beams Boussofiane-Baudin, K.
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170 High mass analysis capability of a wien spectrometer Aberth, William
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171 High-precision isotopic measurement of lithium by thermal ionization mass spectrometry Xiao, Y.K.
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172 High resolution isochronous mass spectrometer for space plasma applications Gubler, L.
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173 High resolution MALDI-TOF mass spectra of three proteins obtained using space—velocity correlation focusing King, Timothy B.
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174 High-resolution mass spectrometry using the maximum entropy method Rahbee, A.
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175 Hydrodynamic modelling of laser plasma ionization processes Vertes, A.
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176 Hydrogenated and chlorinated fullerenes detected by “cooled” modified matrix-assisted laser desorption and ionisation mass spectroscopy (MALDI-MS) Rogner, Ingo
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177 Improved resolution for MALDI-TOF mass spectrometers: a mathematical study Franzen, Jochen
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178 Influence of the sample temperature on the desorption of matrix molecules and ions in matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization Schürenberg, M.
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179 In situ analysis of surfaces and mixtures by laser desorption mass spectrometry Zenobi, Renato
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180 In situ collisional dissociation in a selected-ion flow tube: a novel, inexpensive SIFT-CID operation Baranov, Vladimir
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181 Integral scattering cross-sections for Ar+ + CO Vassallo, David N.
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182 Interference peaks in translational energy loss spectra. An example in the spectrum of NO2+· Jonathan, P.
1986
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183 Internal energy content of ions in 252Cf plasma desorption mass spectrometry van Veelen, P.A.
1991
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184 Internal reactions of ion/molecule complexes from isomeric protonated formyl-and acetyl-naphthalenes Filges, Ulrich
1988
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185 Interpretation of measurements of ion energy distributions in drift tubes Hogan, M.J.
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186 Intramolecular ion/molecule reactions in clusters. Evidence of multiple McLafferty rearrangements in protonated n-butanoic acid clusters Bernard, D.M.
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187 Investigation of surface charging of insulating materials due to secondary particle emission using a new dual beam instrument Beck, Scott T
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188 Investigation of the ion movement in open ICR cells with computer simulations Kuhnen, F.
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189 Investigations on the MCs2 + formation in secondary ion mass spectrometry Mootz, T.
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190 Ion band multicomponent resolution method Lokshin, Anatole
1992
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191 Ionic Lewis superacids in the gas phase. Part 5. Competing ligand displacements in the adducts between SiF3−x (OH)+ x (x = 0–3) ions and H2 18O1 Crestoni, Maria Elisa
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192 Ionisation of C60: is it temperature dependent? Baba, M. Sai
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193 Ionization conditions and ion formation in electrohydrodynamic mass spectrometry Dülcks, Th.
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194 Ionization of CO molecule by electron impact Pal, S.
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195 Ionization of the group 3 metals La, Y and Sc in H2O2Ar flames Patterson, Patricia M.
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196 Ion/molecule association reactions. A study of the temperature dependence of the reactions CO+ + CO + M → (CO)2 + + M for M = CO, Ne, and He, and NO+ + 2 NO → (NO)2 + + NO. Experiment and theory van Koppen, Petra A.M.
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197 Ion/molecule reactions, mass spectrometry and optical spectroscopy in a linear ion trap Welling, M.
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198 Ion-optical properties of electric fields with azimuthal variations Kogan, V.I.
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199 Ion/surface collision phenomena in an improved tandem time-of-flight instrument Schey, Kevin L.
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200 Ion trajectories and focusing properties of a solenoid represented by transfer matrices to a third-order approximation Sakurai, T.
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201 Ion trajectories in exactly determined quadrupole fields Reuben, A.J.
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202 Ion transmission studies of multiple-sector isotope-ratio mass spectrometers Stoffel(s), J.J.
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203 Ion trap mass spectometer capabilities in isomer characterization Part 1. The case of 4,7-,5,6- and 6,7-dimethoxyindole Vettori, U.
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204 Ion-trapping technique for ion/molecule reaction studies in the center quadrupole of a triple quadrupole mass spectrometer Dolnikowski, G.G.
1988
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205 Ion yield of a laser plasma mass spectrometer Matus, L.
1988
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206 Isomers of C3H6N+ and the interstellar synthesis of C2H5CN Wilson, Paul F.
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207 Isotope effects in the dissociation of partially deuterated dimethyl ether, CH3OCD+ 3 ions Dutuit, Odile
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208 Isotopic abundance measurements of K and Ca using a wide-dispersion multi-collector mass spectrometer and low-fractionation ionisation techniques Fletcher, I.R.
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209 Isotopic analysis of a 6Li enriched lithium sample employing the Li2BO2 + ion beam method: verification of the theoretical accuracy Datta, B.P.
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210 Isotopic beat patterns in Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry: implications for high resolution mass measurements of large biopolymers Hofstadler, Steven A.
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211 Isotopic fractionation during secondary ionisation mass spectrometry: Crystallographic orientation effects in magnetite Lyon, I.C.
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212 Kinetic energy dependence of C+(2 P) + O2 from thermal energies to 35 eV c.m. Burley, J.D.
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213 Kinetic energy distribution of ions generated by laser ionization sources Vertes, A.
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214 Kinetic energy release from N2 induced by selective inner-shell excitation Saito, Norio
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215 Kinetic energy spectra of high-rydberg fragments from keV collisions between small ions and inert gas atoms Bordas-Nagy, Joszef
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216 Kinetics and thermodynamics of protonation reactions: H3O+ (H2O) h + B = BH+ (H2O) b + (h − b + 1) H2O, where B is a nitrogen, oxygen or carbon base Nicol, Gordon
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217 Laser desorption/Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance vs. field desorption/magnetic sector mass spectrometry. Erythromycin, amoxicillin, digoxin, and daunorubicin Shomo II, Ronald E.
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218 Laser desorption Fourier transform mass spectra and mass measurement accuracy for bradykinins Wilkins, Charles L.
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219 Laser desorption mass spectrometry and MS/MS with a three-dimensional quadrupole ion trap Glish, Gary L.
1989
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220 Liquid metal ion sources and their applications Mair, G.L.R.
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221 Main factors decisive of the threshold temperature range causing a sharp change in thermal positive ionization efficiency of alkali halide molecules incident upon a rhenium surface Kawano, Hiroyuki
1989
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222 Mass-dependent z-excitation of ions in cubic traps used in FTMS Huang, S.K.
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223 Mass discrimination of isotopic Xe+ ions ejected from an r.f. quadrupole trap: Fourier analysis of the ion signal for selected time-of-flight measurements related to ion position in the trap Zerega, Y.
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224 Mass distribution of C60 and C70 coalescence products produced by direct laser vaporization Liu, Zhao-Yang
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225 Mass distribution of sulfide cluster ions, X n S m ± (XC, Si, Ge) Liu, Zhao-Yang
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226 Mass distributions of ions sputtered by cluster impacts on carbon, copper and gold targets Beuhler, R.J.
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227 Masses of stable neon isotopes determined at parts per billion precision by Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry Gorshkov, Michael V.
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228 Mass measurements of very high accuracy by time-of-flight ion cyclotron resonance of ions injected into a penning trap Becker, St.
1990
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229 Mass-selection of reactant ions for chemical ionization in quadrupole ion trap and triple quadrupole mass spectrometers Berberich, D.W.
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230 Mass shifts and local space charge effects observed in the quadrupole ion trap at higher resolution Cox, K.A
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231 Mass spectrometric measurement of dissociation energies of the PbS, PbSe and PbTe diatomic molecules and determination of the lead electron affinity Brunot, A.
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232 Mass spectrometry of metal compounds. III. Electron-impact-induced mass spectrometric studies of bis(acetylacetonato)dioxomolybdenum(VI), MoO2(C5H7O2)2, and tetrakis(acetylacetonato)dioxo-μ-oxodimolybdenum(V), Mo2O3(C5H7O2)4 Chakravorti, Mukul C.
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233 Mass spectrometry studies of carbon-nitrogen cluster anions produced by laser ablation Mass distribution and collision induced dissociation Tang, Zi-chao
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234 Matrix-assisted laser desorption ionisation time-of-flight mass spectrometry of synthetic polyesters Blais, J.C
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235 Metal cluster ion cyclotron resonance. Combining supersonic metal cluster beam technology with FT-ICR Alford, J.M.
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236 Metal ion chemical ionization. Part II. The gas phase chemistry of Co+ with thiols, butanone, 3-butenone, carboxylic acids, substituted butanones, and substituted carboxylic acids Lombarski, M.
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237 Methods in molecular biology - vol. 17: Spectroscopic methods and analysis Bowers, MichaelT.
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238 Microanalysis of oxygen isotopes in insulators by secondary ion mass spectrometry Hervig, Richard L.
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239 Modification of a Hewlett-Packard 5971/5972 MSD to accept a direct insertion capillary membrane probe Bauer, Scott
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240 Monomolecular formation of a protonated or halonium ion complex in the gas phase Seibl, Josef
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241 Monte Carlo simulation of the formation of MCs+ molecular ions Vlekken, J.
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242 Multiphoton ionization of transition-metal tetraphenylporphines. Metal complexes which display molecular ionization Morris, J.B.
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243 Multiphoton ionization studies of iron Harrison, W.W.
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244 Multiple protonation sites in aryl ethers Audier, Henri
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245 Negative ion chemical ionization in a quadrupole ion trap using reagent anions injected from an external ion source Eckenrode, Brian A.
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246 Negative ion chemistry of POCl3 in the gas phase Morris, R.A
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247 Negative ion formation from CH3I by electron impact Nagesha, K.
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248 Neutral fragment production induced by collision of 60-keV u−1-H25 + clusters with helium Farizon, B
1995
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249 Neutralization—reionization mass spectrometry as a novel probe to structurally characterize organic ligands generated in the Fe(I)-mediated oligomerization of acetylene in the gas phase Schröder, Detlef
1991
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250 New Schemes for resonant ejection in r.f. quadrupolar ion traps Vedel, Fernande
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251 Non-adiabatic effects in ion/molecule reactions Ratkiewicz, Artur
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252 Non-specific hydrogen abstractions in alkane eliminations from ionized ketones. Further evidence that alkane eliminations are ion-neutral complex-mediated Traeger, John C.
1988
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253 Novel electron impact-induced hydrogen rearrangements in the mass spectra of organorhenium hydrides and alkyls Crocco, Guy L.
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254 Observation and lifetime of autoionising states of Ar produced in a glow discharge ion source Mason, Rod S.
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255 Observation of high-order motional resonances of an ion cloud in a Paul trap Chu, X.Z.
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256 On-line analysis of aqueous aerosols by laser desorption ionization Neubauer, Kenneth R.
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257 On the acidity and basicity of azoles: the Taft scheme for electrostatic proximity effects Catalán, J.
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258 On the amplitude accuracy in fourier transform mass spectrometry Poretti, Marc
1986
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259 On the capability of multiphoton ionization mass spectrometry for isomer discrimination: mass spectra of positional isomer of aromatic molecules Zhang, Jian-Yun
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260 On the cleavage of the peroxide OO bond in methyl hydroperoxide and dimethyl peroxide upon protonation Schalley, Christoph A.
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261 On the collisional detachment of two electrons from C4 Bhardwaj, V.r.
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262 On the collisional excitation of N2 by slow molecular ions Krishnamurthy, M.
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263 On the ionization of xenon by electrons Mathur, D.
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264 On the transmission function of an ion-energy and mass spectrometer Hamers, E.A.G.
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265 On time focusing and phase space dynamics in time-of-flight mass spectrometer design Stein, Ronald
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266 Operation of a hybrid tandem mass spectrometer of BEqQ configuration in scan modes using uncoupled analysers Guevremont, R.
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267 Optics of charged particles Boerboom, A.J.H.
1988
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268 Origine et structure d'ions C4H9O+ issus de la methylation de l'acetone par l'iodomethane ionise Maquestiau, A.
1988
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269 Oxygen cluster ions formed by electron impact of an O2 molecular beam Binet, A.
1988
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270 Parasitic effects in an imperfectly manufactured inhomogeneous Wien filter Yavor, M.I.
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271 Particle flight times in a toroidal condenser and an electric quadrupole lens in the third-order approximation Sakurai, T.
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272 Peak shape determination in laser microprobe mass analysis Vertes, A.
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273 Performance of a hybrid mass spectrometer Ciupek, J.D.
1985
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274 Pharmaceutical mass spectra Baty, J.D.
1986
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275 Photochemistry and proton transfer reaction chemistry of selected cinnamic acid derivatives in hydrogen bonded environments Huang, Yong
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276 Photodisscociation of C4H4 radical cations produced by fragmentation of 1,5-hexadiyne. A competition between one- and two-photon dissociation and photon-induced isomerization Koster, G.
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277 Photodissociation and ion/molecule reactions of C6H6 +. ions studied by rapid scan and Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance van der Hart, W.J.
1986
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278 Photodissociation dynamics of small ionic clusters. The O+ 2 · (CO2)2 trimer Kim, Hyun-Sook
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279 Photodissociation of large neutral Ar n clusters (n up to 150) with visible laser light Stamatovic, A.
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280 Plasma desorption mass spectrometry (PDMS). Limitations and possibilities Sundqvist, B.
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281 Positive and negative fast-atom bombardment—collision-activated dissociation—linked-field scanned mass spectra of leucine enkephalin Katakuse, Itsuo
1983
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282 Positive and negative ion formation in moderate-energy H2 + H2 collisions Hayakawa, S.
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283 Positive ion chemistry related to hydrocarbon flames doped with CF3 Br Morris, Robert A.
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284 Positive thermal ionization mass spectrometry of molybdenum Kawashima, Atsumichi
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285 Post-sector beam deflection in time-resolved ion momentum spectrometry (trims) Eckenrode, B.A.
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286 Preface M.M Nibbering, Nico
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287 Primary ion production from various gases in spontaneous desorption Park, M.A.
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288 Professor Robert W. Taft, 1922–1996 Lebrilla, C.B.
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289 Proton affinities of phenylalkylamines by the kinetic method Cardoso, Ana M.
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290 Proton migration in naphthalenium ions via σ and π complexes Filges, Ulrich
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291 Proton transfer between Cl− and C6H5OH. OH bond energy of phenol DeTuri, Vincent F.
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292 Proton transfer reaction mass spectrometry (PTR-MS): propanol in human breath Warneke, C
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293 Publisher's note 1998
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294 Pulsed high pressure mass spectrometry with near-viscous flow ion sampling Williamson, D.H.
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295 Quadrupolar excitation and collisional cooling for axialization and high pressure trapping of ions in Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry Schweikhard, Lutz
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296 Quadrupole excitation of stored ion motion at the true cyclotron frequency König, M.
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297 Quadrupole mass filters with bent or bowed rod sets Dawson, P.H.
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298 Quadrupole store (quistor) mass spectrometry Griffiths, Iwan W.
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299 Radiative lifetime of CO+ (X2∑+, ν) ions Lemaire, J.
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300 Reaction of CH3NO3 with resonance stabilized anions the gas-phase counterpart of alkyl nitrate nitration in solution Ricci, A.
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301 Reactions of CH3OCH+ 2 with nitrogen bases: a mechanism for the formation of protonated imines Wilson, Paul F.
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302 Reactions of FeCF2 + and CoCF2 + with simple alkanes and olefins in the gas phase: An FTICR and density functional study Chen, Quan
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303 Reactions of indium phosphide cluster cations with ammonia and trimethylamine Wang, C.R. Chris
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304 Reactive collisions of polyatomic ions at solid surfaces Ast, T.
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305 Release of anthropogenic xenon to the atmosphere: a large-scale isotope dilution Aregbe, Y.
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306 Repeated addition of atomic hydrogen to fullerene cations, dications and trications Petrie, Simon
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307 Reproducibility aspects of relative sensitivity factors for major and impurity elements in brass using secondary ion mass spectrometry Adriaens, A.
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308 Resonance excitation of ions stored in a quadrupole ion trap Part II. Further simulation studies March, Raymond E.
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309 Resonant free electron capture spectra of C60F48 Vasil'ev, Yury V.
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310 Sample exposure effects in matrix-assisted laser desorption—ionization mass spectrometry of large biomolecules Westman, A.
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311 Secondary cluster ion distributions produced by MeV ion impacts on Group IIA oxides and nitrates Ferrell, W.R.
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312 Secondary ion mass spectrometry (SIMS) of metal surfaces under oxygen. II. Sputtering yields Klöppel, K.D.
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313 Secondary-ion yields of rare earths Reed, S.J.B.
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314 Selected ion flow tube studies of H3O+(H2O)0.1 reactions with sulfides and thiols Williams, Ted L.
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315 Shape of the ionisation cross section function for C60 + e → C+ 60 + 2e from threshold to maximum: reply to comment by Scheier et al. Baba, M. Sai
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316 Short communication Weger, Elvira
1985
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317 Short communication Alexandrov, M.L.
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318 SIFDT study of the SO+ 2/H2 H-atom abstraction reaction Fairley, David A.
1998
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319 SIFT studies of the reactions of H3O+, NO+ and O+ 2 with a series of volatile carboxylic acids and esters Ŝpaněl, Patrik
1998
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320 SIMS analysis of the near-surface layer of fibres of small diameter Lancin, M.
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321 Single and double hydrogen atom migrations in substituted alkyl benzoates: a study on the substituent effect using MIKE spectrometry Tobita, Seiji
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322 Single electron capture by C3+ ions in He, Ne and Ar Lee, A.R.
1994
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323 Single-electron capture cross-sections determined from measurements of target-ion flux: relative cross-sections for CN+, OH+, CO+, CS+, H+, H+ 2, CS2+ 2, and rare-gas ions in 4 keV collisions with rare-gas atoms Reid, C.J.
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324 Site of protonation of fluorobenzenes by gaseous Brønsted acids Tkaczyk, Martin
1994
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325 Site-specific protonation directs low-energy dissociation pathways of dinucleotides in the gas phase Rodgers, M.T.
1995
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326 Size effects in metal cluster-ion chemistry Irion, Manfred P.
1992
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327 Software-controlled multiple pulse generator and its application to a drift tube gating system Harland, P.W.
1983
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328 Spherotron — a new concept in mass spectrometry Cherepin, V.
1992
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329 Sputtered protons during surface-induced dissociation (SID) tandem mass spectrometry (MS/MS) Hayward, Mark J.
1995
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330 State-selective single-charge stripping of metastable Ar+ ions Lee, A.R.
1995
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331 Stereoelectronic effects in phosphorus dichloride cation/pyridine complexes Ma, Shuguang
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332 Structures and energies of C n Si+ (4 ≤ n ≤ 15) silicon carbide clusters Pascoli, G.
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333 Studies of the hydrated oxonium radical H3O·(H2O) n and the ammoniated ammonium radical NH4·(NH3) n by neutralized ion beam techniques Hudgins, Douglas M.
1994
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334 Studies on gas-phase negative ion/molecule reactions of relevance to ion mobility spectrometry: kinetic modelling of the reactions occuring in “clean” air Watts, P.
1992
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335 Studies on gas-phase negative ion/molecule reactions of relevance to ion mobility spectrometry: mass analysis and ion identification of the negative reactant ion peak in “clean” air Hayhurst, C.J.
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336 Studies on gas-phase positive ion—molecule reactions of relevance to ion mobility spectrometry The reactions of 2-methyl-2-propanol (t-butyl alcohol) with protonated water clusters in an ion mobility system Bell, A.J.
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337 Study of the mechanism of chromium cluster formation by laser microprobe mass spectrometry. Correlation with theoretical computations Hachimi, A
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338 Study of the reaction of NO clusters with water using a pickup technique Poth, L.
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339 Substituent effects on the gas-phase basicities of 1-arylpropynes and 1-aryl-3,3-dimethylbutynes effects of the β-alkyl groups on the resonance demand of vinyl cations Matsumoto, Takatsugu
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340 Superacid chemistry in the gas phase: Dissociative proton attachment to halomethanes Abboud, J.-L.M.
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341 Surface ionization and electron-impact-induced fragmentation of the [M + H]+ ions of methyl stearate Takayama, Mitsuo
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342 Sustained off-resonance irradiation and collision-induced dissociation for structural analysis of polymers by MALDI-FTMS Pastor, Salvador J.
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343 Synthetic mixtures of thorium isotopes Raptis, K.
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344 Systematic factors affecting high mass-resolution and accurate mass assignment in a quadrupole ion trap Londry, F.A
1995
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345 Table of the isotopic composition of the elements as determined by mass spectrometry De Bièvre, P.
1985
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346 Tandem Fourier-transform mass spectrometry McLafferty, Fred W.
1986
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347 Temperature-programmed desorption mass spectrometry of butyloxysilyl groups on silica surfaces Gun'ko, V.M.
1995
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348 The absolute isotopic composition of cerium Chang, Tsing-Lien
1995
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349 The addition of NF+ 2 to H2O as a route to gaseous protonated F2NOH Aschi, Massimiliano
1994
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350 The behaviour of caesium iodide cluster ions produced by fast-atom bombardment Baldwin, M.A.
1983
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351 The characterization of thermally-produced metastable excited-state atomic species using resonance ionization mass spectrometry Fassett, J.D.
1983
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352 The decarbonylation of ionized formamide, HC(O)NH2 +, and aminohydroxycarbene, HOCNH2 +: decay via an excited state. A quantum chemical investigation Ruttink, Paul J.A.
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353 The dissociative electroionization of carbon dioxide by low-energy electron impact. The C+, O+ and CO+ dissociation channels Locht, R
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354 The dissociative ionization of carbon dioxide below 21.22eV. A high resolution PIPECO spectroscopic investigation Locht, R.
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355 The effect of temperature on photoionisation mass spectra Genuit, W.
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356 The effects of oxygen content in Ti/Si layer systems on MCs+ SIMS analysis Dümmler, W
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357 The effects of primary ion energy on the extent of fragmentation in desorption ionization mass spectrometry Winger, Brian E.
1988
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358 The effects of residual spatial magnetic field gradients on fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance spectra Laukien, Frank H.
1986
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359 The fragmentation pattern of 1,4-dioxane ion Dunbar, Robert C.
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360 The gas-phase acidities of long chain alcohols Higgins, P.R.
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361 The gas phase basicity and proton affinity of propionamide: a comparison of methods Witt, M.
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362 The gas-phase basicity of ethyl-, ethenyl- and ethynylphosphines and arsines Decouzon, M.
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363 The gas phase reactivity and theoretical structures of germanium ions generated by direct laser vaporisation Jackson, P.
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364 The gravimetric preparation of synthetic mixtures of iron isotopes Taylor, P.D.P.
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365 The influence of ion/molecule reactions on the evaluation of ion mobility and diffusion coefficients de Urquijo, J.
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366 The influence of sample preparation on molecular ion formation in plasma desorption mass spectrometry of peptides and proteins 1988
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367 The influence of small imperfections in inhomogeneous magnetic sector fields on ion trajectories and focussing properties Boerboom, A.J.H.
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368 The ionization energies of polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins: new experimental results and theoretical studies Zimmermann, R.
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369 The isomeric C2NO+ ions NCCO+, CNCO+, CCNO+ and their neutral counterparts are stable species in the gas phase McGibbon, Graham A.
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370 The isotopic composition and atomic weight of molybdenum Qi-Lu,
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371 The isotopic composition of germanium in terrestrial samples Green, M.D.
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372 The kinetic energy dependence of ion/molecule collisions studied by FT-ICR spectrometry Bensimon, Mike
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373 The laser desorption/laser ionization mass spectra of some anti-inflammatory drugs Milnes, John
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374 The loss of H· from vinyl alcohol radical cations. Comparison of theory and experiment Burgers, Peter C.
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375 The manchester isolab 54 ion microprobe Saxton, J.M.
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376 The mechanism and thermodynamics of transesterification of acetate-ester enolates in the gas phase Haas, George W.
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377 The nature of C10H2 + in mass spectra of polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons Betowski, L.D.
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378 The NH n 2+ (n = 1−4) dications. A theoretical investigation Koch, Wolfram
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379 The non-linear ion trap. Part 5. Nature of non-linear resonances and resonant ion ejection Franzen, J.
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380 The optimization of the configuration of photon and effusion molecular beams in an ion source of a mass spectrometer Markowski, Artur
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381 Theoretical investigation of improved ion trapping in matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry: independence of ion initial velocity Knobeler, M.
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382 Theory of space-charge shift of ion cyclotron resonance frequencies Jeffries, J.B.
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383 Theory of trapped ion motion in the non-quadrupolar electrostatic potential of a cubic ion cyclotron resonance cell Mitchell, Dale W.
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384 The plasma chemistry of ion sources Emeleus, K.G.
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385 The radiative lifetimes of O+ 2(a4Πu, v) and NO+(a3∑+, v) revisited Marx, R.
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386 The reactivity of slow electrons with molecules at different degrees of aggregation: gas phase, clusters and condensed phase Ingólfsson, Oddur
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387 The renaissance of time-of-flight mass spectrometry Price, D.
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388 The resolution obtained from low energy ion scattering using an ion cyclotron resonance spectrometer Nikolaev, E.N.
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389 Thermal effects on electrospray ionization ion mobility spectrometry Chen, Yong Hong
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390 Thermionic oxide sources of Al+, Ga+, In+, and Tl+ Tan, T.L.
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391 Thermochemistry of the benzyl and allyl radicals and ions Ellison, G. Barney
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392 Thermochemistry of Ti+ hydrocarbon bonds: translational energy dependence of the reactions of Ti+ with ethane, propane, and trans-2-butene Sunderlin, L.S.
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393 The role of adsorbates in spontaneous desorption Schoppmann, Ch.
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394 The role of proton-bridged intermediates in promoting hydrogen-deuterium exchange in gas-phase protonated diamines, peptides and proteins Green, M.Kirk
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395 The structure of the molecular ion of allyl bromide Carrupt, Pierre-Alain
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396 The use of an electrostatic quadrupole as a field lens in a double-focusing mass spectrometer Ouwerkerk, C.E.D.
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397 The use of slotted poles in a quadrupole mass filter Swingler, D.L.
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398 Time-of-flight ICR spectrometry Kofel, P.
1986
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399 Time-resolved laser desorption. III. The metastable decomposition of chlorophyll-a and some derivatives Tabet, Jean-Claude
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400 Time-resolved laser desorption mass spectrometry. II. Measurement of the energy spread of laser desorbed ions Tabet, Jean-Claude
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401 Translational energy spectroscopy of collisional neutralization-reionization processes Bordas-Nagy, Jozsef
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402 Translational energy spectroscopy of excited O+ in collision with He, Kr and O2 Hamdan, M.
1988
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403 Unimolecular and collision-induced processes of ethyne and ethyne-d 1 dications and charge separation of dications derived from butadiene March, Raymond E.
1988
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404 Unimolecular decomposition of energy-selected anisole ions. Breakdown graph and metastable decay rates Das, Pradip R.
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405 Unimolecular dissociation of energy-selected dimethyl sulfoxide Zha, Qingmei
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406 Unimolecular dissociation of energy-selected ethyl formate ions Zha, Qingmei
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407 Use of ion clustering equilibria in analysis by atmospheric pressure electron capture mass spectrometry Krieger, Lisa A.
1988
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408 UV laser multiphoton ionization—dissociation of phenylsilane and its homogeneous dimers Kosmidis, Constantine
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409 What are the slowest metastable-ion decompositions? Dunbar, Robert C.
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