Digitale Bibliotheek
Sluiten Bladeren door artikelen uit een tijdschrift
     Tijdschrift beschrijving
       Alle jaargangen van het bijbehorende tijdschrift
         Alle afleveringen van het bijbehorende jaargang
                                       Alle artikelen van de bijbehorende aflevering
 
                             314 gevonden resultaten
nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 A beam-lock circuit for mass-analysed ion kinetic energy (MIKE) spectra Trott, G.W.
1985
169-170 2 p. 121-129
9 p.
artikel
2 Ab initio calculation of the mobility of C+(2 P) and C+ (4 P) in helium Grice, Stephen T.
1989
169-170 2 p. 181-186
6 p.
artikel
3 Absolute cross-sections for state-diagnosed electron capture by N2+· ions from molecular hydrogen Rajgara, F.A.
1988
169-170 2 p. 229-236
8 p.
artikel
4 A combined field ionization kinetics, collision-induced, and stable isotopic labelling study of the ethene and ethyl (and subsequent) eliminations from the molecular ion of 2-ethylbutanoic acid Kluft, E.
1988
169-170 2 p. 215-228
14 p.
artikel
5 A comparison of conventional and specimen isolation filtering techniques for the SIMS analyses of geologic materials Muir, I.J.
1987
169-170 2 p. 159-170
12 p.
artikel
6 A comparison of hybrid and magnetic sector tandem mass spectrometry for ions above m/z 1000 Tomer, Kenneth B.
1993
169-170 2 p. 99-113
15 p.
artikel
7 A comparison of laser desorption and desorption chemical ionization in the mass spectrometry of coronate and cryptate complexes Muller, J.F.
1984
169-170 2 p. 125-136
12 p.
artikel
8 A comparison of low and high energy collisionally activated decomposition MS-MS for peptide sequencing Poulter, Linda
1989
169-170 2 p. 183-197
15 p.
artikel
9 A computer study of the formation of H3 + and its vibrational deactivation using a statistical model Anicich, V.G.
1984
169-170 2 p. 189-215
27 p.
artikel
10 A crossed molecular beam study of the reaction dynamics of the charge transfer reaction of N2 +(X 2Σg +, ν= 0) with N2(X 1Σg, ν= 0) at low and intermediate energies Friedrich, Bretislav
1984
169-170 2 p. 203-218
16 p.
artikel
11 Advantages of a second electric sector on a double-focusing mass spectrometer of reversed configuration Guilhaus, M.
1985
169-170 2 p. 209-227
19 p.
artikel
12 A high mass range quadrupole spectrometer for cluster studies Labastie, P.
1989
169-170 2 p. 105-112
8 p.
artikel
13 A high-pressure mass spectrometric study of the binding of (CH3)3Sn+ to Lewis bases in the gas phase Stone, John Alfred
1984
169-170 2 p. 169-183
15 p.
artikel
14 A method for the statistical evaluation of accurate mass measurement quality Sack, Thomas M.
1984
169-170 2 p. 191-210
20 p.
artikel
15 A Methodology for the isotopic characterization of natural uranium to be used as reference material for thermal ionization mass spectrometry Cretella, R.F.
1990
169-170 2 p. 99-106
8 p.
artikel
16 A molecular secondary ionization source for use with a high performance tandem mass spectrometer Todd, P.J.
1984
169-170 2 p. 215-230
16 p.
artikel
17 An angle-resolved mass-spectrometric study of non-dissociating excited states of CS+ 2 formed in 5 keV collisions of CS+ 2 with rare-gas targets Reid, C.J.
1988
169-170 2 p. 151-166
16 p.
artikel
18 An energy-resolved study of the fragmentation of ionized 3-penten-2-ol. A comparison of charge exchange, field ionization kinetics and angle-resolved mass spectrometry Zwinselman, Jan J.
1984
169-170 2 p. 187-198
12 p.
artikel
19 A new and simple method to determine the temperature coefficient of effective work function for thermal positive ion production on a clean polycrystalline metal surface Kawano, Hiroyuki
1985
169-170 2 p. 137-145
9 p.
artikel
20 A new method for the high precision isotopic measurement of bromine by thermal ionization mass spectrometry Xiao, Y.K.
1993
169-170 2 p. 117-123
7 p.
artikel
21 An experimental evaluation of procedures used for quantitative analysis in RF-spark source mass spectrometry Datta, B.P.
1985
169-170 2 p. 139-158
20 p.
artikel
22 Angular scattering in dissociative collisions of ionized acetone with helium van der Zande, W.J.
1985
169-170 2 p. 161-170
10 p.
artikel
23 An improved method for the high-precision isotopic measurement of boron by thermal ionization mass spectrometry Xiao, Y.-K.
1988
169-170 2 p. 203-213
11 p.
artikel
24 An improved model of the fringing fields of a quadrupole mass filter Hunter, Kevin L.
1989
169-170 2 p. 157-164
8 p.
artikel
25 Announcement 1993
169-170 2 p. 171-
1 p.
artikel
26 Announcement 1995
169-170 2 p. 187-
1 p.
artikel
27 Announcement 1989
169-170 2 p. 227-
1 p.
artikel
28 Announcement 1990
169-170 2 p. 191-
1 p.
artikel
29 Announcement 1987
169-170 2 p. R19-
1 p.
artikel
30 Announcements 1990
169-170 2 p. 231-
1 p.
artikel
31 Announcements 1985
169-170 2 p. 251-252
2 p.
artikel
32 A novel, double-focusing spectrometer for translational-energy-loss spectroscopy Beynon, J.H.
1985
169-170 2 p. 237-244
8 p.
artikel
33 Appearance energies and enthalpies of formation from ionization of cyanoacetylene by “monochromatic” electron impact Harland, P.W.
1986
169-170 2 p. 231-236
6 p.
artikel
34 Appearance spectroscopy of ions formed by field ionization of acetophenone Helal, A.I.
1988
169-170 2 p. 195-201
7 p.
artikel
35 A pulsed ion bombardment time-of-flight mass spectrometer with high sensitivity for the analysis of peptides Katta, Viswanatham
1991
169-170 2 p. 129-145
17 p.
artikel
36 A reflectron mass spectrometer with UV laser-induced surface ionization Yang, M.
1987
169-170 2 p. 209-219
11 p.
artikel
37 A round robin on the reproducibility of standard operating conditions for the acquisition of library MS/MS spectra using triple quadrupoles Dawson, P.H.
1984
169-170 2 p. 155-170
16 p.
artikel
38 A short residence time ion lens Delmore, J.E.
1985
169-170 2 p. 121-127
7 p.
artikel
39 A simple method for analyzing the causes of a change in effective work function for thermal positive ionization Kawano, Hiroyuki
1985
169-170 2 p. 93-100
8 p.
artikel
40 A study of dissociative electron attachment to CF3SO3CH3 and CF3SO3C2H5 triflate esters using the FALP apparatus Herd, Charles R.
1989
169-170 2 p. 177-182
6 p.
artikel
41 A study of the reactions of F+ with neutral molecules at room temperature Hamdan, M.
1986
169-170 2 p. 191-195
5 p.
artikel
42 A tandem cluster-beam-quistor-quadrupole instrument for the study of cluster ions Gabling, R.-H.
1986
169-170 2 p. 153-162
10 p.
artikel
43 A tandem flowing afterglow-triple quadrupole instrument Squires, Robert R.
1985
169-170 2 p. 185-191
7 p.
artikel
44 A technique for mass selective ion rejection in a quadrupole reaction chamber Watson, J.Throck
1989
169-170 2 p. 225-235
11 p.
artikel
45 A theoretical study of some organic negative molecular ions and their simple fission processes Sweeney, Christopher W.
1984
169-170 2 p. 155-165
11 p.
artikel
46 A theoretical study of the fragmentation pathways giving rise to the low energy negative ion mass spectra of ethanol, propanone and some homologous molecules Sweeney, Christopher W.
1984
169-170 2 p. 167-185
19 p.
artikel
47 Atomization phenomena of metals in a d.c.-spark vacuum discharge Van Straaten, M.
1989
169-170 2 p. 125-140
16 p.
artikel
48 Automatic extraction of relevant peaks and reconstruction of mass spectra for low signal-to-noise GC-MS data El Abbassi, Brahim
1995
169-170 2 p. 171-186
16 p.
artikel
49 Automatic thermospray controller for gradient elution liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry Vestal, Christina H.
1986
169-170 2 p. 185-194
10 p.
artikel
50 A wide aperture ion lens Delmore, J.E.
1984
169-170 2 p. 151-160
10 p.
artikel
51 Background reduction through the use of pulsed valve sampling mass spectrometry Gardner, John M.
1989
169-170 2 p. 199-207
9 p.
artikel
52 Biological Magnetic Resonance, Vol. 5 Williams, J.M.
1984
169-170 2 p. 220-
1 p.
artikel
53 Bond dissociation and heat of formation of C5H4N+ ions from the molecular ions of 2-mono-substituted pyridines Abd El-Kader, F.H.
1986
169-170 2 p. 127-135
9 p.
artikel
54 Boron trace determination in metals and alloys by isotope dilution mass spectrometry with negative thermal ionization Heumann, Klaus G.
1985
169-170 2 p. 237-252
16 p.
artikel
55 Breakdown of spin conservation for collisions of chlorine ions with atomic and molecular gases Enos, C.S.
1991
169-170 2 p. 349-359
11 p.
artikel
56 Calculation of the beam flux distribution from an effusion hole in the ion source of the mass spectrometer Michalak, Leszek
1993
169-170 2 p. 107-115
9 p.
artikel
57 Calibration of energy deposition in collision-induced dissociations of the butylbenzene molecular ion Boyd, R.K.
1985
169-170 2 p. 185-194
10 p.
artikel
58 Carbon cluster formation in an rf-spark source Ramakumar, K.L.
1987
169-170 2 p. 171-179
9 p.
artikel
59 Chain-length-dependent inside/outside-protonation of N,N′-polymethylene-syn-1,6:8,13-diimino[14]annulenes in the gas phase Houriet, Raymond
1989
169-170 2 p. R1-R4
nvt p.
artikel
60 Characterization of neutral species produced by electron interactions with N2, O2, CO and Ar Flesch, Gerald D.
1984
169-170 2 p. 93-107
15 p.
artikel
61 Charge exchange of O2 + ions with O2 and CH4: the effect of internal energy studied using a new fixed wavelength pipeco technique Lindsay, B.G.
1989
169-170 2 p. 113-122
10 p.
artikel
62 Charge reversal (CR) and neutralization reionization (−NR+) mass spectrometry of bicarbonate and bisulfite ions Iraqi, Muhammad
1993
169-170 2 p. R7-R9
nvt p.
artikel
63 Charge separation mass spectrometry Ruhl, E.
1990
169-170 2 p. 175-201
27 p.
artikel
64 Chemical signatures of Buckminsterfullerene, C60, under chemical ionization conditions Schröder, Detlef
1992
169-170 2 p. R13-R21
nvt p.
artikel
65 CH5N2 hydrazyl radicals, cations and dication radicals studied by mass spectrometry. Is the N-protonated formaldehyde hydrazon cation +CH2NHNH2 a bridged species? Burgers, Peter C.
1989
169-170 2 p. 157-169
13 p.
artikel
66 Collisionally-activated dissociation in hyperthermal surface ionization of cholesterol Dagan, Shai
1992
169-170 2 p. 157-165
9 p.
artikel
67 Collision induced dissociation of peptide ions. Alexander, A.J.
1990
169-170 2 p. 107-134
28 p.
artikel
68 Collision-induced dissociations of deprotonated α-amino acids. The occurrence of specific proton transfers preceding fragmentation Eckersley, Mark
1989
169-170 2 p. 199-213
15 p.
artikel
69 Collision induced dissociations of deprotonated peptides Waugh, Russell J.
1991
169-170 2 p. 333-347
15 p.
artikel
70 Collision induced dissociations of deprotonated peptides: dipeptides containing serine or threonine Waugh, Russell J.
1990
169-170 2 p. 135-145
11 p.
artikel
71 Collision-induced reactions of the triply-charged triatomic cation CS2 3+. Singh, S.
1985
169-170 2 p. 167-183
17 p.
artikel
72 Comparative study of the influence of the electron-energy moderating gas in electron-attachment reactions under NCI conditions Gregor, I.K.
1984
169-170 2 p. 167-176
10 p.
artikel
73 Comparison of ion beam compositions of cadmium telluride and a cadmium-tellurium crossed electrode assembly obtained by spark source mass spectrometry Gautier, Eduardo A.
1991
169-170 2 p. 183-190
8 p.
artikel
74 Complexes ion/molecule intermediaires dans la fragmentation des ethers protones Audier, H.E.
1991
169-170 2 p. 145-161
17 p.
artikel
75 Correlated absolute ion density and temperature measurements in a flame plasma Goodings, John M.
1984
169-170 2 p. 199-218
20 p.
artikel
76 Decompositions of the tentatively identified carbene ion CH3CH2C̈OH+· McAdoo, David J.
1987
169-170 2 p. 183-187
5 p.
artikel
77 Depth profiling of multilayered samples and comparisons of secondary ion and laser desorption mass spectra in the same instrument Hand, Owen W.
1989
169-170 2 p. 97-118
22 p.
artikel
78 Desolvation of ions and molecules in thermospray mass spectrometry Schmelzeisen-Redeker, G.
1989
169-170 2 p. 139-150
12 p.
artikel
79 Determination of absolute partial and total electron impact ionization cross-sections for CF2Cl2 from threshold up to 180 eV: an improved experimental method Leiter, K.
1989
169-170 2 p. 209-224
16 p.
artikel
80 Differential N2+-He collisions with capture Hormis, W.G.
1986
169-170 2 p. 211-216
6 p.
artikel
81 Direct chemical ionization: Dependence of the CI plasma on the emitter temperature Schröder, E.
1985
169-170 2 p. 101-108
8 p.
artikel
82 Dissociation of ionized keto-enol tautomers of some 1,3-dicarbonyl compounds Tobita, Seiji
1991
169-170 2 p. 101-118
18 p.
artikel
83 Distinction between C3H + 6 isomers: reactions of cyclopropane and propene radical cations with water and methanol at low pressure Mourgues, Philippe
1992
169-170 2 p. 105-115
11 p.
artikel
84 Dynamics of ion motion in an elongated cylindrical cell of an ICR spectrometer and the shape of the signal registered Nikolaev, E.N.
1985
169-170 2 p. 115-125
11 p.
artikel
85 Editorial comment to all authors Schwarz, H.
1985
169-170 2 p. 93-94
2 p.
artikel
86 Effect of magnetic field inhomogeneity on exact mass determination in ICR spectrometry Schuch, D.
1984
169-170 2 p. 109-121
13 p.
artikel
87 Effects of ligands on the reactivity of V+ and Ti+ toward dehydrogenation of ethylene Guo, B.C.
1992
169-170 2 p. R1-R5
nvt p.
artikel
88 Effusive molecular beam crossed by an electron beam and the optical model of this effect Adamczyk, Bogdan
1986
169-170 2 p. 211-220
10 p.
artikel
89 Electron affinities of vanadium fluorides. Additional experimental data and corrections Sidorov, L.N.
1989
169-170 2 p. R1-R3
nvt p.
artikel
90 Electron beam potential depression as an ion trap in Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry Hendrickson, Christopher L.
1995
169-170 2 p. 161-170
10 p.
artikel
91 Electronic excitation of atmospheric molecules by proton impact Enos, C.S.
1991
169-170 2 p. 137-144
8 p.
artikel
92 Electron impact studies of alkanesulfonyl chlorides. An investigation of the sulfur dioxide radical cation Chatgilialoglu, C.
1992
169-170 2 p. 115-125
11 p.
artikel
93 Electron impact study of [C6H6] + fragment ions produced from isomeric C7H9N precursors using the deconvoluted first differential technique and kinetic energy release measurements Selim, Ezzat T.M.
1992
169-170 2 p. 133-142
10 p.
artikel
94 Electron spin correlation in single charge stripping of C+ ions Lee, A.R.
1992
169-170 2 p. 157-165
9 p.
artikel
95 Energy dependence of the reactions of Ar+·(2 P 1 2 ) and Ar+·(2 P 3 2 ) with N2 Hamdan, M.
1984
169-170 2 p. 225-231
7 p.
artikel
96 Energy distribution of secondary organic ions Kelner, L.
1984
169-170 2 p. 157-167
11 p.
artikel
97 Erratum 1984
169-170 2 p. 236-
1 p.
artikel
98 Erratum 1989
169-170 2 p. 241-
1 p.
artikel
99 Etude des processus d'ionisation par impact electronique sur les monoseleniures et les monotellurures de germanium et d'etain. Determination de l'electroaffinite du germanium et de l'etain Muller, J.C.
1986
169-170 2 p. 119-134
16 p.
artikel
100 Event mixing effects in fast heavy-ion-induced desorption time-of-flight mass spectrometry Hedin, A.
1986
169-170 2 p. 203-212
10 p.
artikel
101 Evidence concerning the identity of secondary particles in post-acceleration detectors Wang, G.H.
1986
169-170 2 p. 233-237
5 p.
artikel
102 Evidence for the fragmentation of clusters upon electron impact ionization from electric deflection experiments Castleman Jr., A.W.
1985
169-170 2 p. 217-222
6 p.
artikel
103 Evidence of proton-induced cyclization of α,ω-diamines from ion mobility measurements Karpas, Zeev
1989
169-170 2 p. 237-242
6 p.
artikel
104 Experimental evaluation of apodization functions for quantitative fourier transform mass spectrometry Brenna, J.T.
1989
169-170 2 p. 151-166
16 p.
artikel
105 Experimental evaluation of plutonium-239 spike for determining plutonium concentration by isotope dilution-thermal ionization mass spectrometry Aggarwal, S.K.
1986
169-170 2 p. 137-151
15 p.
artikel
106 Experimental gas-phase ion/molecule clustering of COS+ with CO2 and N2O Snowden, Kevin
1990
169-170 2 p. 143-149
7 p.
artikel
107 Experimental measurements and theoretical calculations of the mobility of the N+ ion in helium Grice, Stephen T.
1991
169-170 2 p. 215-224
10 p.
artikel
108 FAB mass spectra of alkali bis (benzene-1,2 diolato)phenyl silicates and tris (benzene-1,2 diolato) silicates and germanates: influence of the matrix Cerveau, G.
1989
169-170 2 p. 145-156
12 p.
artikel
109 Fabrication of V-type filaments for surface ionization mass spectrometry Stoffels, J.J.
1984
169-170 2 p. 217-219
3 p.
artikel
110 Fast and slow decompositions of ionized prop-1-en-1-ols. A unified view of [C3H6O]+· isomers with the CCCO frame Tureček, František
1986
169-170 2 p. 217-231
15 p.
artikel
111 Field desorption and reactions of silane on tungsten at high electric fields Helal, A.I.
1984
169-170 2 p. 247-259
13 p.
artikel
112 Field desorption of sucrose studied by combined optical microscopy and mass spectrometry Wong, S.S.
1984
169-170 2 p. 139-150
12 p.
artikel
113 Field ionization of indene on tungsten Helal, A.I.
1988
169-170 2 p. 187-193
7 p.
artikel
114 First steps towards a gas-phase acidity ladder for derivatized fullerene dications Petrie, Simon
1993
169-170 2 p. 145-156
12 p.
artikel
115 Flow tube kinetics of benzocyclobutenedione thermolysis by an automated instrument with integrated GC-ion trap MS analysis Rordorf, B.F.
1989
169-170 2 p. 211-222
12 p.
artikel
116 Formation and detection of neutral half-sandwich complexes MC5H5 (M = Fe, Co, Ni) using neutralization-reionization mass spectrometry (NRMS) Drewello, Thomas
1989
169-170 2 p. 177-183
7 p.
artikel
117 Formation mechanism of secondary ions in fast atom bombardment mass spectrometry Huang, Qing-Wen
1986
169-170 2 p. 145-152
8 p.
artikel
118 Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry measurements of rate constants of ion/molecule reactions with continuous ejection of product ions. Reactions of CH3ClH+ with methyl chloride Herman, Jan A.
1992
169-170 2 p. 143-155
13 p.
artikel
119 Fourier transform mass spectrometric detection of suspended trapping measurements with a variable length external ion reservoir Hofstadler, Steven A.
1990
169-170 2 p. 151-164
14 p.
artikel
120 Fragmentation from an isolated electronic state of ionized perfluoropropylene McLuckey, S.A.
1984
169-170 2 p. 223-227
5 p.
artikel
121 Fragmentation mechanism of dimethyl maleate and fumarate by electron impact Tajima, Susumu
1987
169-170 2 p. 147-157
11 p.
artikel
122 Free electron attachment to van der Waals clusters Märk, T.D.
1991
169-170 2 p. 143-163
21 p.
artikel
123 Frequency shifts and modulation effects due to solenoidal magnetic field inhomogeneities in ion cyclotron mass spectrometry Mitchell, Dale W.
1995
169-170 2 p. 101-116
16 p.
artikel
124 Further study of the matrix effect on the extent of fragmentation in molecular ions M+ produced under fast atom bombardment (FAB) conditions Takayama, Mitsuo
1990
169-170 2 p. 169-179
11 p.
artikel
125 Gaseous isomeric Ph-C3H+ 6 ions: a radiolytic and mass spectrometric study Attinà, Marina
1989
169-170 2 p. 185-198
14 p.
artikel
126 Gas-phase acidities of carboxylic acids and alcohols from collision-induced dissociation of dimer cluster ions Graul, Susan T.
1990
169-170 2 p. 181-198
18 p.
artikel
127 Gas-phase phenylium and acyclic [C6H5]+ isomers Eyler, John R.
1984
169-170 2 p. 171-188
18 p.
artikel
128 Generation and characterization of neutral and cationic 3-sila-cyclopropenylidene in the gas phase Srinivas, Ragampeta
1991
169-170 2 p. 369-376
8 p.
artikel
129 Generation and detection of cluster ions [(CsI) n Cs]+ ranging up to m/z = 90 000 Katakuse, I.
1984
169-170 2 p. 239-242
4 p.
artikel
130 Glow discharge mass spectrometry of some organic compounds Mason, Rod
1989
169-170 2 p. 209-225
17 p.
artikel
131 Heat of formation and bond energies of H3CO+ and H3COOH+ ions Ferguson, E.E.
1987
169-170 2 p. 215-220
6 p.
artikel
132 Heterolytic dissociation of potassium chromate in the gas phase and the electron affinity of chromium oxides Rudny, E.B.
1985
169-170 2 p. 95-113
19 p.
artikel
133 High frequency vacuum spark discharge. Electrical and optical characteristics. Degree of ionization Galburt, V.A.
1984
169-170 2 p. 125-132
8 p.
artikel
134 High-resolution high-transmission mass spectrometer Matsuda, H.
1985
169-170 2 p. 209-215
7 p.
artikel
135 H3O+ does not survive neutralization-reionization March, Raymond E.
1988
169-170 2 p. 237-239
3 p.
artikel
136 Hydration of halide and bromine negative ions in a supersonic jet expansion Zook, D.R.
1991
169-170 2 p. 293-299
7 p.
artikel
137 Hyperthermal surface ionization: a novel ion source with analytical applications Danon, Albert
1990
169-170 2 p. 139-167
29 p.
artikel
138 Improvement of ion source performance in glow discharge mass spectrometry Jakubowski, N.
1986
169-170 2 p. 183-197
15 p.
artikel
139 Influence of fringing fields on the acceptance of a quadrupole mass filter in the separation mode of the intermediate stability region Konenkov, N.V.
1993
169-170 2 p. 101-105
5 p.
artikel
140 Influence of realistic fringing fields on the acceptance of a quadrupole mass filter McIntosh, Bruce J.
1989
169-170 2 p. 165-179
15 p.
artikel
141 Influence of the laser intensity and spot size on the desorption of molecules and ions in matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization with a uniform beam profile Dreisewerd, Klaus
1995
169-170 2 p. 127-148
22 p.
artikel
142 Internal energy distributions of isolated ions after activation by various methods Wysocki, Vicki H.
1987
169-170 2 p. 181-208
28 p.
artikel
143 Investigation of thermal ion emission characteristics of graphite Xiao, Ying-Kai
1991
169-170 2 p. 205-213
9 p.
artikel
144 Ion Formation from Organic Solids Kingston, E.E.
1984
169-170 2 p. 235-236
2 p.
artikel
145 Ion isolation and sequential stages of mass spectrometry in a quadrupole ion trap mass spectrometer Louris, John N.
1990
169-170 2 p. 117-137
21 p.
artikel
146 Ionization of organic crystals with a tunable dye laser connected to a LAMMA instrument Muller, J.F.
1985
169-170 2 p. 127-138
12 p.
artikel
147 Ion kinetic energy measurements on laser-induced plasmas in laser microprobe mass analysis (LAMMA). Part 2. Titanium dioxide Michiels, Eric
1984
169-170 2 p. 231-246
16 p.
artikel
148 Ion/molecule complexes as intermediates during the elimination of arenes from β-arylethyl arenium ions Bäther, Wolfgang
1985
169-170 2 p. 193-212
20 p.
artikel
149 Ion/molecule reactions in a mixture of Ar and H2: high pressure mass spectrometry and quantum chemical calculations Hvistendahl, Georg
1990
169-170 2 p. 167-177
11 p.
artikel
150 Ion trapping and manipulation in a tandem time-of-flight-Fourier transform mass spectrometer Beu, S.C.
1991
169-170 2 p. 109-127
19 p.
artikel
151 Iridium isotope ratio measurements by negative thermal ionization mass spectrometry and atomic weight of iridium Walczyk, Thomas
1993
169-170 2 p. 139-147
9 p.
artikel
152 Iron(+1)-carbene and -carbyne ions formed by sparking halomethanes at an iron surface Grady, William L.
1984
169-170 2 p. 161-165
5 p.
artikel
153 Isomer differentiation in fast atom bombardment mass spectrometry/mass spectrometry Unger, Steve E.
1985
169-170 2 p. 195-208
14 p.
artikel
154 Isomeric structure distinction using energy and angular resolution: C3H6O+· Verma, Sunita
1984
169-170 2 p. 219-225
7 p.
artikel
155 Isomerisation des ions [C2H4O]+·. Une approche SCF AB initio de la tautomerie ceto-enolique en phase gazeuse Bouchoux, G.
1984
169-170 2 p. 179-190
12 p.
artikel
156 Isomerisation des ions organiques en phase gazeuse. II. Etude des ions moleculaires metastables [CH3COCH(CH3)C2H5]+ Bouchoux, Guy
1985
169-170 2 p. 159-168
10 p.
artikel
157 Isotope effects on kinetic energy release. Elimination of CH4 from [CH3CHOH]+ and [CH2OCH3]+ Donchi, Kevin F.
1989
169-170 2 p. 215-223
9 p.
artikel
158 Iterative resolving of mass spectra and calculation of excess thermodynamic functions of binary salt systems with common cation Kapała, J.
1984
169-170 2 p. 133-142
10 p.
artikel
159 keV collisions of methonium ions: The properties of CH5 and [CH5]2+ and the generation of high-rydberg fragments therefrom Bordas-Nagy, Jozsef
1988
169-170 2 p. 241-258
18 p.
artikel
160 Kinetic energy distributions of organic ions sputtered from solids and liquids van der Peyl, G.J.Q.
1985
169-170 2 p. 147-159
13 p.
artikel
161 Large scale simulation of mass spectra recorded with a quadrupole ion trap mass spectrometer Julian Jr., Randall K.
1993
169-170 2 p. 85-96
12 p.
artikel
162 Laser-enhanced thermionic electron emission from a tungsten filament Stamatovic, A.
1988
169-170 2 p. R1-R5
nvt p.
artikel
163 Laser-induced dissociation, ionization and fragmentation processes in nitroaromatic molecules Marshall, A.
1992
169-170 2 p. 143-156
14 p.
artikel
164 Lead isotope ratio measurements using the isomass 54e in fully automatic mode Gulson, Brian L.
1984
169-170 2 p. 125-142
18 p.
artikel
165 Low energy electron impact on benzene and the fluorobenzenes. Formation and dissociation of negative ions Fenzlaff, Heinz-Peter
1984
169-170 2 p. 185-202
18 p.
artikel
166 Mass distributions of copper, silver and gold clusters and electronic shell structure Katakuse, I.
1985
169-170 2 p. 229-236
8 p.
artikel
167 Mass-resolved argon cluster spectra up to 12000 u (Ar300 +) Scheier, P.
1987
169-170 2 p. R11-R15
nvt p.
artikel
168 Mass spectra of N,N,N′,N′-tetramethyl-1,4-phenylenediamine using nitrogen laser and electron impact ionization Gibson, John K.
1991
169-170 2 p. R1-R10
nvt p.
artikel
169 Mass spectrometric and MNDO study of electron impact induced fragmentation of some norbornane- and norbornene-condensed pyrimidinones and oxazinones Gömöry, Ágnes
1991
169-170 2 p. 225-246
22 p.
artikel
170 Mass spectrometric investigation of acetylenic compounds. Part 29. On the gas phase isomerization of phenyl-substituted allyl and vinyl cations Franke, Helga
1984
169-170 2 p. 233-237
5 p.
artikel
171 Mass-spectrometric investigation of the anions and cations in a hydrocarbon flame doped with sulphur/fluorine additives Karellas, Nicholas S.
1989
169-170 2 p. 187-207
21 p.
artikel
172 Mass spectrometric studies on hydrogen-bonded clusters produced via supersonic expansions. I. Mass spectra of acetic acid dimer. Ionization and fragmentation efficiencies of the dimer relative to the monomer Mori, Yoshihiro
1985
169-170 2 p. 169-183
15 p.
artikel
173 Mass spectrometric study of ion thermoemission noise Gładyszewski, L.
1986
169-170 2 p. 185-190
6 p.
artikel
174 Mass Spectrometry/Mass Spectrometry. Techniques and Applications of Tandem Mass Spectrometry Cooks, R.G.
1989
169-170 2 p. 265-266
2 p.
artikel
175 Mass spectrometry of metal compounds. IV. Electron ionisation mass spectra of bis(acetylacetonato)dioxouranium(VI), UO2(C5H7O2)2, and a comparison with those of bis(acetylacetonato) complexes of first row transition metals, M(C5H7O2)2 (M  Mn, Fe, Co, Ni, or Cu) Bhattacharjee, Manabendra N.
1986
169-170 2 p. 109-117
9 p.
artikel
176 Mass spectrometry, volume 8 Mather, R.E.
1987
169-170 2 p. R17-
1 p.
artikel
177 Mass spectroscopic product analysis. An investigation of CCl4 plasma. Influence of plasma conditions and gas admixture on the decomposition products Tiller, H.-J.
1984
169-170 2 p. 143-155
13 p.
artikel
178 Mass Spectroscopy Kemper, P.
1991
169-170 2 p. 377-
1 p.
artikel
179 Mean energies of ion swarms drifting and diffusing through neutral gases Viehland, Larry A.
1989
169-170 2 p. 167-186
20 p.
artikel
180 Measurement of single ionization energies or electron affinities of SF n molecules (n = 1-5) using double-charge-transfer spectroscopy Langford, M.L.
1990
169-170 2 p. 147-153
7 p.
artikel
181 Metallic ions in hydrocarbon flames. II. Mechanism for the reduction of C3H3 + by metals in relation to soot suppression Graham, Sheila M.
1984
169-170 2 p. 205-222
18 p.
artikel
182 Metallic ions in hydrocarbon flames. I. Ion chemistry involving proton transfer reactions Goodings, John M.
1984
169-170 2 p. 193-204
12 p.
artikel
183 Metastable decay of laser-desorbed ions from aromatic organic compounds Rosmarinowsky, J.
1985
169-170 2 p. 109-119
11 p.
artikel
184 Metastable peak shapes induced by internal energy release in electrostatic mirror time-of-flight mass spectrometers Ioanoviciu, Damaschin
1991
169-170 2 p. 83-94
12 p.
artikel
185 Metastable transition of pyridine and perdeuteropyridine. Appearance energies and mass-spectral isotope effects Arakawa, R.
1985
169-170 2 p. 227-235
9 p.
artikel
186 Metastable transitions and isotope distribution identification program for use in mass spectrometry involving spectra with multiple coincidences Scheier, P.
1992
169-170 2 p. R7-R15
nvt p.
artikel
187 Microelectrodeposition: A sample purification and loading technique for thermal ionization mass spectrometry Loss, R.D.
1984
169-170 2 p. 201-209
9 p.
artikel
188 Modelling of the molecular beam intensity distribution in the ion source of the mass spectrometer by means of a light beam Adamczyk, Bogdan
1986
169-170 2 p. 163-174
12 p.
artikel
189 Modification of an MS9 mass spectrometer for double-charge-transfer spectroscopy Harris, F.M.
1990
169-170 2 p. 165-174
10 p.
artikel
190 Modified residual gas analyzers as sources of mass-selected ion beams Gilbert, Jeffrey R.
1991
169-170 2 p. 247-263
17 p.
artikel
191 Molecular Ions. Geometric and Electronic structures Brenton, A.G.
1984
169-170 2 p. 233-234
2 p.
artikel
192 MS/MS spectra of organic ions generated by secondary ion mass spectrometry Glish, G.L.
1984
169-170 2 p. 177-192
16 p.
artikel
193 Multiphoton and electron impact ionization of manganese decacarbonyl Mn2(CO)10 at 351, 248 and 193 nm. Wavelength dependent competition between ionization and dissociation Opitz, Joachim
1993
169-170 2 p. 157-169
13 p.
artikel
194 Multiphoton ionization study of water and ammonia elimination from dipeptides with pulsed rapid heating and laser desorption for sample vaporization Nagra, Davinder S.
1992
169-170 2 p. 127-142
16 p.
artikel
195 Multi-photon mass spectrometry and unimolecular ion decay Neusser, H.J.
1987
169-170 2 p. 141-181
41 p.
artikel
196 Multiphoton photoionization mass spectra of nitrobenzene and 2,4,6-trinitrotoluene Apel, E.C.
1986
169-170 2 p. 243-246
4 p.
artikel
197 Multiple ion collection in thermal ionization isotope ratio mass spectrometry of strontium Platzner, I.
1985
169-170 2 p. 129-136
8 p.
artikel
198 Näherungsweise berechnung der akzeptanzbereiche eines quadrupol-massenspektrometers für unterschiedliche formen der hochfrequenzen analysatorspannungen Oswald, S.
1984
169-170 2 p. 191-200
10 p.
artikel
199 On the formation of doubly charged cation radicals from acetyl and 1-hydroxyvinyl cations in the gas phase. A combined experimental and ab initio study Koch, Wolfram
1985
169-170 2 p. 171-177
7 p.
artikel
200 On the loss of (CH2OH) radicals from ionised methyl acetate Terlouw, Johan K.
1985
169-170 2 p. 239-243
5 p.
artikel
201 On the microscopic reversibility of unimolecular ethylene loss from gaseous C5H9 +. Addition of allyl cations to ethylene in the gas phase Zummack, Waltraud
1984
169-170 2 p. 233-235
3 p.
artikel
202 On the partial ionization cross-sections for CF4 by use of the pulsed-electron-beam time-of-flight method Bruce, M.R.
1993
169-170 2 p. 97-100
4 p.
artikel
203 On the stability of CF+· 4 ions Schmidt, Martin
1989
169-170 2 p. 141-148
8 p.
artikel
204 Organometallic chemistry in the gas phase. A comparative fourier transform-ion cyclotron resonance/tandem mass spectrometry study Eller, Karsten
1989
169-170 2 p. 243-257
15 p.
artikel
205 Osmium isotope ratio determinations by negative thermal ionization mass spectrometry Völkening, Joachim
1991
169-170 2 p. 147-159
13 p.
artikel
206 Particle desorption mass spectrometry of YBaCuO superconductors Da Silveira, E.F.
1989
169-170 2 p. R5-R11
nvt p.
artikel
207 Phase space analysis of the ion cloud in the second stability region of the Paul trap Jiebing, Wang
1993
169-170 2 p. 89-97
9 p.
artikel
208 Photodissociation breakdown pattern and the internal energy of n-heptane ion generated by charge exchange ionization Hyeon Yim, Yong
1993
169-170 2 p. 133-137
5 p.
artikel
209 Photoionization dynamics of C60 studied with synchrotron radiation Drewello, Thomas
1993
169-170 2 p. R1-R6
nvt p.
artikel
210 Photoionization mass spectrometry with a vacuum ultraviolet hydrogen laser source Huth, Thomas C.
1985
169-170 2 p. 199-208
10 p.
artikel
211 Physics of Ion Impact Phenomena Langford, M.L.
1993
169-170 2 p. 167-
1 p.
artikel
212 Polyatomic ions in thermal ionisation mass spectrometry — challenges and opportunities Aggarwal, Suresh K.
1995
169-170 2 p. 149-160
12 p.
artikel
213 Post source pulse focusing: a simple method to achieve improved resolution in a time-of-flight mass spectrometer Kinsel, Gary R.
1989
169-170 2 p. 157-176
20 p.
artikel
214 Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Resonance Ionization Spectroscopy and its Applications, National Bureau of Standards, Gaithersburg, Maryland, 10–15 April 1988 Morgan, C.G.
1990
169-170 2 p. 229-230
2 p.
artikel
215 Production of ions of the opposite charge in mass analysis using a quadrupole filter Wittmaack, K.
1986
169-170 2 p. 197-209
13 p.
artikel
216 Progress in Materials Analysis, Vol. 1 [Mikrochimica Acta, supplement 10] Harris, F.M.
1984
169-170 2 p. 219-
1 p.
artikel
217 Properties of carbon cluster ions, C+· n , formed by dissociative ionization Lifshitz, Chava
1989
169-170 2 p. 149-163
15 p.
artikel
218 Proton affinity equilibria for polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons at atmospheric pressure in ion mobility spectrometry Vandiver, V.J.
1985
169-170 2 p. 223-238
16 p.
artikel
219 Quadrupole mass filters using modulated voltages Dawson, P.H.
1986
169-170 2 p. 237-241
5 p.
artikel
220 Quantitative analysis in spark source mass spectrometry Sikharulidze, G.G.
1990
169-170 2 p. 199-221
23 p.
artikel
221 Radiative lifetimes of vibrationally excited HCl+ (υ = 1) and DCl+ (υ = 1) ions Javahery, G.
1990
169-170 2 p. 203-210
8 p.
artikel
222 Reactions of Ar2 + ions with neutral molecules Raksit, A.B.
1985
169-170 2 p. 109-119
11 p.
artikel
223 Reactions of uranium hexafluoride with a variety of ions in a flowing afterglow Streit, Gerald E.
1987
169-170 2 p. 221-232
12 p.
artikel
224 Recent Developments in Mass Spectrometry in Biochemistry, Medicine and Environmental Research, Vol. 8. Games, D.E.
1984
169-170 2 p. 234-235
2 p.
artikel
225 Relation of signal sensitivity and ion z-motion in cubic cells. Theory and implication for ion kinetic studies Rempel, D.L.
1986
169-170 2 p. 163-184
22 p.
artikel
226 Relative ionization cross-sections of oxygenated C(4) molecules Tureček, František
1990
169-170 2 p. 117-124
8 p.
artikel
227 Reliable peak-finding for MS/MS Kristo, Michael J.
1989
169-170 2 p. 141-155
15 p.
artikel
228 Reply to the “comments on fast atom bombardment mass spectrometry studies” by J.E. Campana Röllgen, F.W.
1984
169-170 2 p. 229-231
3 p.
artikel
229 Resonance excitation of ions stored in a quadrupole ion trap. Part 1. A simulation study March, Raymond E.
1989
169-170 2 p. 119-156
38 p.
artikel
230 Scan laws for tandem mass spectrometry using a floated gas collision cell Boyd, R.K.
1987
169-170 2 p. 243-264
22 p.
artikel
231 Secondary ion emission from cesium salts under megaelectronvolt ion bombardment: comparative study and beam secondary effects Oladipo, A.
1991
169-170 2 p. 119-128
10 p.
artikel
232 Selected ion flow drift tube studies of the reaction of HBr+ with various neutral molecules Tichy, M.
1990
169-170 2 p. 211-218
8 p.
artikel
233 Selected-ion flow tube methods applied to the bracketing of proton affinities. PA(C2N2) and PA(HC3N) Raksit, A.B.
1984
169-170 2 p. 211-224
14 p.
artikel
234 Selective resonance enhanced multiphoton ionization of aromatic polymers in supersonic beam mass spectrometry Lustig, David A.
1991
169-170 2 p. 265-280
16 p.
artikel
235 Simple theory of the charge transfer rate in ion/molecule reactions Turulski, Jan
1991
169-170 2 p. 89-100
12 p.
artikel
236 Simple theory of the charge transfer rate in ion/molecule reactions. Part 1. Derivation of the theory Turulski, Jan
1987
169-170 2 p. 189-202
14 p.
artikel
237 Simple theory of the charge transfer rate in ion/molecule reactions. Part 2. Experimental verification Turulski, Jan
1987
169-170 2 p. 203-214
12 p.
artikel
238 Simultaneous determination of the 235U/238U isotope ratio and concentration at nanogram levels of uranium employing a mixed spike in thermal ionization mass spectrometry Aggarwal, S.K.
1988
169-170 2 p. 137-150
14 p.
artikel
239 Single and double ionization energies of sulphur hexafluoride measured by double charge transfer spectroscopy Griffiths, W.J.
1988
169-170 2 p. 259-264
6 p.
artikel
240 Single and multiple ionization of Ar and Kr by low energy electron impact using a crossed beam apparatus Mathur, D.
1984
169-170 2 p. 167-178
12 p.
artikel
241 Single electron capture by Ar3+ from rare-gas atoms Hormis, W.G.
1986
169-170 2 p. 153-162
10 p.
artikel
242 Space charge effects in Fourier Transform Mass Spectrometry. I. Electrons Ledford Jr., Edward B.
1984
169-170 2 p. 143-154
12 p.
artikel
243 Spark source mass spectrometric abundances of homo- and heteronuclear isotopic molecular ions: dependence on analyser pressure Datta, B.P.
1990
169-170 2 p. 219-225
7 p.
artikel
244 Structures and reactions of C3H6 + ions generated in cyclopropane Lias, Sharon G.
1984
169-170 2 p. 123-137
15 p.
artikel
245 Studies of reactions of ionized carbon dioxide microclusters Romanowski, G.
1989
169-170 2 p. 223-239
17 p.
artikel
246 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 1993
169-170 2 p. 169-
1 p.
artikel
247 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 1993
169-170 2 p. 173-
1 p.
artikel
248 Studies on spiroborate complexes. Part III. Fast atom bombardment mass spectrometry of bis-catechol spiroborate and its analogues Okamoto, Yoshihisa
1989
169-170 2 p. 225-235
11 p.
artikel
249 Study of a quadrupole ion trap supplied with a periodic impulsional potential Sadat Kiai, S.M.
1991
169-170 2 p. 191-203
13 p.
artikel
250 Study of CO2 cluster ion decay kinetics with a supersonic molecular beam quistor quadrupole instrument Romanowski, G.
1986
169-170 2 p. 119-127
9 p.
artikel
251 Surface coils in a mass spectrometer magnet Wendel, W.
1989
169-170 2 p. 131-138
8 p.
artikel
252 Surface ionization mass spectrometry of organic compounds. I. Nitrogen-containing aliphatic organic compounds Fujii, Toshihiro
1986
169-170 2 p. 129-140
12 p.
artikel
253 Surface ionization mass spectrometry of organic compounds Part 4. Oxygen-containing organic compounds Fujii, Toshihiro
1991
169-170 2 p. 129-136
8 p.
artikel
254 Table of the isotopic compositions of the elements De Biévre, P.
1993
169-170 2 p. 149-166
18 p.
artikel
255 Tandem mass spectrometry of polyglycols Lattimer, R.P.
1989
169-170 2 p. 119-129
11 p.
artikel
256 Target environment and energy deposition in particle induced desorption: 252Cf plasma desorption mass spectrometry, secondary ions mass spectrometry and fast atom bombardment mass spectrometry Blais, Jean-Claude
1990
169-170 2 p. 155-166
12 p.
artikel
257 Temperature dependence and time variation of thermal positive ion production through dissociation of lithium chloride molecules impinging on a heated rhenium surface Kawano, Hiroyuki
1984
169-170 2 p. 137-153
17 p.
artikel
258 Temperature dependence of the collection efficiency of positive ions produced by molecular beam surface ionization Kawano, Hiroyuki
1984
169-170 2 p. 227-231
5 p.
artikel
259 Temperature dependence of the effective work functions for thermal positive-ionic and electronic emissions from a polycrystalline rhenium surface in a high vacuum Kawano, Hiroyuki
1986
169-170 2 p. 195-201
7 p.
artikel
260 Temperature dependence of the positive ionization efficiency of sodium chloride molecules incident upon a polycrystalline tungsten surface heated in a high vacuum Kawano, Hiroyuki
1990
169-170 2 p. 131-141
11 p.
artikel
261 5th Asilomar Conference On Mass Spectrometry, held at Asilomar, CA, U.S.A. September 28–October 2, 1986 Tökés, Laszlo
1987
169-170 2 p. 121-123
3 p.
artikel
262 The application of a selected-ion flow drift tube to the determination of proton affinity differences Tichy, M.
1989
169-170 2 p. 165-175
11 p.
artikel
263 The application of the pencil thermoemission ion source for determination of the isotopic ratio 7Li: 6Li in a monocrystalline LiF sample Da̧bek, Józef
1989
169-170 2 p. 187-191
5 p.
artikel
264 The collisionally induced dissociations of the carboxyl and formate positive and negative ions Burgers, Peter C.
1984
169-170 2 p. 159-166
8 p.
artikel
265 The collision-induced dissociations of deprotonated amides in the gas phase Raftery, Mark J.
1988
169-170 2 p. 167-186
20 p.
artikel
266 The de-excitation of Kr+(2 P 1 2 ) in low energy collisions with N2 Lindinger, W.
1986
169-170 2 p. 213-219
7 p.
artikel
267 The determination of collisionally induced consecutive dissociations of ions by collision cell potential dependence Maas, Wilfried P.M.
1989
169-170 2 p. 171-198
28 p.
artikel
268 The dissociative ionization of methyl fluoride. The formation of CH2 + and CH3 + Locht, R.
1986
169-170 2 p. 141-157
17 p.
artikel
269 The effect of a glycerol matrix on the cluster ion formation from salts in secondary ion mass spectrometry Wong, S.S.
1986
169-170 2 p. 135-144
10 p.
artikel
270 The energy dependence of the reaction of N+ 2 with CS2 Passarella, R.
1990
169-170 2 p. 125-130
6 p.
artikel
271 The fragmentation of doubly charged methanol Eland, J.H.D.
1992
169-170 2 p. 167-176
10 p.
artikel
272 The fragmentation of proton-bound cluster ions and the gas-phase acidities of alcohols Haas, Michael J.
1993
169-170 2 p. 115-124
10 p.
artikel
273 The ideal mass analyzer: Fact or fiction? Brunnée, Curt
1987
169-170 2 p. 125-237
113 p.
artikel
274 The ion/molecule chemistry of CH2CHCN Petrie, S.
1991
169-170 2 p. 319-331
13 p.
artikel
275 The isomers CF3NC and CF3CN. Formation and dissociation of the anions formed on electron attachment Heni, Martin
1986
169-170 2 p. 199-210
12 p.
artikel
276 The laser desorption/laser ionization mass spectra of some methylated xanthines and the laser desorption of caffeine and theophylline from thin layer chromatography plates Rogers, Kevin
1993
169-170 2 p. 125-131
7 p.
artikel
277 The mass spectrum of negative ions emitted from an LaB6 ionizer M»rtenson, B.Mattias
1985
169-170 2 p. 179-189
11 p.
artikel
278 The mobilities of F+, Cl+, Br+ and I+ in helium Hamdan, M.
1986
169-170 2 p. 221-224
4 p.
artikel
279 The neutralisation and reionisation of mass-selected positive ions by inert gas atoms Terlouw, Johan K.
1985
169-170 2 p. 245-250
6 p.
artikel
280 The non-linear resonance ion trap. Part 2. A general theoretical analysis Wang, Y.
1993
169-170 2 p. 125-144
20 p.
artikel
281 The observation of broad metastable ion peaks in the surface-induced dissociation mass spectra of protonated and cationated peptides Jackson, A.T.
1995
169-170 2 p. 91-99
9 p.
artikel
282 Theoretical calculations of the HeB+ molecular ion interaction potential and the mobility of B+ ions in helium Simpson, R.W.
1989
169-170 2 p. 193-196
4 p.
artikel
283 Theory of quadrupole detection fourier transform-ion cyclotron resonance Schweikhard, L.
1991
169-170 2 p. 281-292
12 p.
artikel
284 The photodissociation of SO2 +· Goss, S.P.
1985
169-170 2 p. 213-226
14 p.
artikel
285 The reaction coordinate for forming c-C3H + 6 from CH2CH2CH2OH+ 2 and the energetics of related reactions Hudson, Charles E.
1992
169-170 2 p. 117-131
15 p.
artikel
286 The reactions of some interstellar ions with benzene, cyclopropane and cyclohexane Španěl, Patrik
1995
169-170 2 p. 117-126
10 p.
artikel
287 The relationship between geometrical and electronic structures in transition metal tetrafluorides Gutsev, G.L.
1989
169-170 2 p. 135-144
10 p.
artikel
288 Thermal ionisation mass spectrometry of Li2BO+ 2 ions: determination of the isotopic abundance ratio of lithium Datta, B.P.
1992
169-170 2 p. 87-114
28 p.
artikel
289 Thermochemistry of gaseous gold trifluoride by knudsen cell mass spectrometry Chilingarov, N.S.
1986
169-170 2 p. 175-184
10 p.
artikel
290 The Seventh International Summer Institute in Surface Science 1985
169-170 2 p. 251-
1 p.
artikel
291 The thermal dehydrogenation of ethanol in a high pressure ion source Stone, John A.
1991
169-170 2 p. 95-107
13 p.
artikel
292 The variation of translational energy release in collision-induced dissociations of polyatomic ions with initial kinetic energy and with observation angle. II. Experimental investigations Singh, S.
1985
169-170 2 p. 151-166
16 p.
artikel
293 The variation of translational energy release in collision-induced dissociations of polyatomic ions with initial kinetic energy and with observation angle. I. Theoretical considerations Singh, S.
1985
169-170 2 p. 131-149
19 p.
artikel
294 10th International Mass Spectrometry Conference 1984
169-170 2 p. 260-
1 p.
artikel
295 Three-body association reactions of O2 +· and NO+ ions with Kr and Ar at 80 K Ferguson, E.E.
1984
169-170 2 p. 243-248
6 p.
artikel
296 Threshold photoelectron photoion coincidence study of the ethane loss from energy selected pentane ions cooled in a supersonic expansion Weitzel, Karl-Michael
1991
169-170 2 p. 301-317
17 p.
artikel
297 Time-of-flight space and energy focusing examined in time-resolved ion momentum spectrometry Stults, J.T.
1986
169-170 2 p. 169-181
13 p.
artikel
298 Time variation 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
169-170 2 p. 233-241
9 p.
artikel
299 TOF-SIMS with primary ions from the spontaneous desorption process Schoppmann, Ch.
1990
169-170 2 p. 223-227
5 p.
artikel
300 Total electron impact ionization cross-sections of free molecular radicals: a case of failure of the additivity rule? Deutsch, H.
1989
169-170 2 p. 259-264
6 p.
artikel
301 Translational and electronic energy dependence of the reaction of Mn+ with ethane Georgiadis, R.
1989
169-170 2 p. 123-133
11 p.
artikel
302 Translational energy disposal and mechanisms of unimolecular dissociative photo-ionization with He(I) and Ne(I) resonance lines. A surprisal analysis of the CH3F → CH3 + + F process Momigny, J.
1986
169-170 2 p. 159-168
10 p.
artikel
303 Translational energy release determination in a short cell in a field-free region of a mass spectrometer Hudson, Charles E.
1987
169-170 2 p. 137-145
9 p.
artikel
304 True EI mass spectra of the vapour molecules of AlCl3 and Al2Cl6 Gesenhues, U.
1986
169-170 2 p. 225-229
5 p.
artikel
305 Tungsten isotope ratio determinations by negative thermal ionization mass spectrometry Völkening, Joachim
1991
169-170 2 p. 361-368
8 p.
artikel
306 Unimolecular decay of CF4 + and CCl4 + Deutsch, H.
1985
169-170 2 p. 191-197
7 p.
artikel
307 Unimolecular decay of metastable ions in formaldehyde Wankenne, H.
1984
169-170 2 p. 149-158
10 p.
artikel
308 Unimolecular decay rates for laser induced Cl loss from energy selected chlorobenzene cations Ripoche, Xavier
1991
169-170 2 p. 165-182
18 p.
artikel
309 Unimolecular loss of molecular nitrogen from metastable dicyanoacetylene radical cation (NCCCN+ Sülzle, Detlev
1991
169-170 2 p. R1-R4
nvt p.
artikel
310 Unprecedented proton transfer to ammonia from fullerene dications derivatized with ammonia Javahery, Gholamreza
1992
169-170 2 p. R7-R11
nvt p.
artikel
311 Using nonlinear fields in high pressure spectrometry Blanchard, William C.
1989
169-170 2 p. 199-210
12 p.
artikel
312 Variable-temperature selected ion flow tube studies of the reactions of Ar+ , Ar+ 2 and ArH+ n (n = 1-3) ions wi H2, HD and D2 at 300 K and 80 K Bedford, D.K.
1990
169-170 2 p. 179-190
12 p.
artikel
313 Vinyl cation-induced cleavage of the oxygen-carbon bond in ortho-methoxy-substituted phenylacetylenes Eckart, Klaus
1985
169-170 2 p. 245-249
5 p.
artikel
314 Zur grundlegung einer asymmetrischen ebenen strahlenoptik mit anwendungen auf massenspektrometrische instrumente Geerk, Jens
1984
169-170 2 p. 157-190
34 p.
artikel
                             314 gevonden resultaten
 
 Koninklijke Bibliotheek - Nationale Bibliotheek van Nederland