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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 Absolute and scaled electron-impact ionization cross-sections for hydrogen-, helium-, and lithium-like ions Deutsch, H.
1995
169-170 2-3 p. 207-217
11 p.
artikel
2 Absolute cross-section measurements for electron-impact single ionization of Se+ and Te+ Djurić, N.
1994
169-170 2-3 p. 207-211
5 p.
artikel
3 A laser-ion beam study of the photodissociation of CS2 +·(D 2Σ u +) to S2 +·(2Π g) + C(3Pg) Hamdan, M.
1986
169-170 2-3 p. 303-308
6 p.
artikel
4 A mass spectrometric study of gaseous H4PO+ 3 and H2PO− 3 ions de Petris, Giulia
1994
169-170 2-3 p. 155-166
12 p.
artikel
5 A mass spectrometry study of thermal dissociation of cork Filomena Bento, M.
1992
169-170 2-3 p. 191-204
14 p.
artikel
6 An ab initio study of the isomerisation and fragmentation of CHO2 + ions: An example of spin-controlled reactions? Remacle, F.
1987
169-170 2-3 p. 187-201
15 p.
artikel
7 Analytic expression for non-linear ion extraction fields which yield ideal spatial focusing in time-of-flight mass spectrometry Flory, Curt A.
1996
169-170 2-3 p. 169-176
8 p.
artikel
8 Analytic expression for the ideal one-dimensional mirror potential yielding perfect energy focusing in TOF mass spectrometry Flory, Curt A.
1996
169-170 2-3 p. 177-184
8 p.
artikel
9 An anomalous drop in the intensity distribution of cluster ions Ar l X+, X = Xe, N2, CO2 and CH3OH Ozaki, Yasushi
1989
169-170 2-3 p. 227-239
13 p.
artikel
10 An electrostatic ion guide for efficient transmission of low energy externally formed ions into a Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometer Limbach, Patrick A.
1993
169-170 2-3 p. 135-143
9 p.
artikel
11 A neutralization-reionization mass spectrometric study of alkyl hydroperoxide cation radicals and four distinguishable [C,H3,O2]+ isomers Schalley, Christoph A.
1996
169-170 2-3 p. 173-199
27 p.
artikel
12 A neutralization—reionization (NR) case study for cationic iron complexes with simple ligands: NR mass spectra of Fe(C2H4)+ and Fe(CO)+ Schröder, Detlef
1994
169-170 2-3 p. 239-248
10 p.
artikel
13 A new electron monochromator De Munk, P.
1990
169-170 2-3 p. 133-148
16 p.
artikel
14 A new experimental approach to investigate the kinetics of low energy electron attachment reactions Liu, Yong
1996
169-170 2-3 p. 225-242
18 p.
artikel
15 A new method of laser desorption mass spectrometry for the study of biological macromolecules Kleinekofort, W.
1996
169-170 2-3 p. 135-142
8 p.
artikel
16 A new personal system for handling and utilizing a mass spectral data base Maeda, Kogoro
1990
169-170 2-3 p. 181-190
10 p.
artikel
17 An improved method for capturing laser desorbed ions in an ion trap mass spectrometer: dynamic r.f. trapping Eiden, G.C.
1994
169-170 2-3 p. 119-141
23 p.
artikel
18 An ion-optical bench for testing ion source lenses Stoffel(s), J.J.
1989
169-170 2-3 p. 277-282
6 p.
artikel
19 Announcements 1989
169-170 2-3 p. R1-R2
nvt p.
artikel
20 A novel magnetic sector mass spectrometer for isotope ratio determination of light gases Prosser, S.J.
1993
169-170 2-3 p. 241-266
26 p.
artikel
21 Applications in gaseous ion and neutral chemistry using a six-sector mass spectrometer Bateman, Robert H.
1992
169-170 2-3 p. 205-218
14 p.
artikel
22 A practical approach to linked E—Q scans over a wide mass range: partially linked scans with E-modulation Boyd, R.K.
1989
169-170 2-3 p. 147-160
14 p.
artikel
23 A quadrature detection scheme for pulsed ion-cyclotron resonance mass spectroscopy Wachter, E.A.
1991
169-170 2-3 p. 169-179
11 p.
artikel
24 A sensitive method for the detection of stored ions by resonant ejection using a wide-band signal Vedel, Fernande
1991
169-170 2-3 p. R11-R20
nvt p.
artikel
25 A simple thermal ion source for examination of a laser ionization mass spectrometer Mauney, Thad
1985
169-170 2-3 p. 201-216
16 p.
artikel
26 A study of reactions of C n H+ m ions (n = 4, 5, 6; m = 0–6) with H2 and CO at 300 K and 80 K Giles, Kevin
1989
169-170 2-3 p. 303-317
15 p.
artikel
27 A theoretical investigation of the multiple states of the SF− 6 anion Gutsev, G.L.
1992
169-170 2-3 p. 185-192
8 p.
artikel
28 A TOFMS study of excited cesium species from a thermal plasma device Lundin, Jörgen
1994
169-170 2-3 p. 129-140
12 p.
artikel
29 A transversally and longitudinally focusing time-of-flight mass spectrometer Kutscher, R.
1991
169-170 2-3 p. 117-128
12 p.
artikel
30 Author index 1991
169-170 2-3 p. R27-
1 p.
artikel
31 Author index 1993
169-170 2-3 p. 273-
1 p.
artikel
32 Author index 1994
169-170 2-3 p. 221-
1 p.
artikel
33 Author index 1994
169-170 2-3 p. 249-
1 p.
artikel
34 Author index 1994
169-170 2-3 p. 251-
1 p.
artikel
35 Author index 1994
169-170 2-3 p. 215-
1 p.
artikel
36 Author index 1992
169-170 2-3 p. 307-
1 p.
artikel
37 Author index 1991
169-170 2-3 p. 231-
1 p.
artikel
38 Author index 1995
169-170 2-3 p. 219-
1 p.
artikel
39 Author index 1996
169-170 2-3 p. 201-
1 p.
artikel
40 Author index 1996
169-170 2-3 p. 247-
1 p.
artikel
41 Author index 1986
169-170 2-3 p. 324-
1 p.
artikel
42 Author index 1989
169-170 2-3 p. R13-
1 p.
artikel
43 Author index 1990
169-170 2-3 p. 375-
1 p.
artikel
44 Author index 1989
169-170 2-3 p. R3-
1 p.
artikel
45 Author index 1987
169-170 2-3 p. R14-
1 p.
artikel
46 Author index 1985
169-170 2-3 p. 344-
1 p.
artikel
47 Author index 1992
169-170 2-3 p. 235-
1 p.
artikel
48 A versatile low-cost automation system for an electro-ionization experiment Servais, Ch.
1986
169-170 2-3 p. 179-196
18 p.
artikel
49 Biomedical Applications of Mass Spectrometry Adams, Jeanette
1992
169-170 2-3 p. 303-
1 p.
artikel
50 Calculated and measured double-ionization energies to triplet electronic states of the doubly charged ions of methylamine, dimethylamine and trimethylamine Andrews, S.R.
1995
169-170 2-3 p. 137-145
9 p.
artikel
51 Captodative substituted C4H7O+ 2 carbenium ions and their relationship with the proton-bound complex CH3CHO ţu H + ţCCH2CO Burgers, Peter C.
1990
169-170 2-3 p. 83-100
18 p.
artikel
52 Characteristics of a quadrupole mass filter in the separation mode of a few stability regions Konenkov, N.V.
1991
169-170 2-3 p. 115-136
22 p.
artikel
53 Charge separation mass spectrometry 1. Doubly-ionized perfluoro compounds Eland, J.H.D.
1989
169-170 2-3 p. 265-285
21 p.
artikel
54 Chromium speciation in aerosols by rapid single-particle mass spectrometry Neubauer, Kenneth R.
1995
169-170 2-3 p. 77-87
11 p.
artikel
55 C60 inflation: production of C62, C64, … Pradeep, T.
1994
169-170 2-3 p. 243-247
5 p.
artikel
56 Cluster—surface scattering in a reflectron collider: probing fullerenes by surface impact Yeretzian, Chahan
1994
169-170 2-3 p. 79-118
40 p.
artikel
57 Coincidence counting analysis of secondary ions emitted from a phenylalanine target under multicharged MeV carbon bombardment Ray, K.B.
1994
169-170 2-3 p. 107-117
11 p.
artikel
58 Coincidence studies of doubly charged ions formed by 30.4 nm photoionization Curtis, D.M.
1985
169-170 2-3 p. 241-264
24 p.
artikel
59 Collisionally activated dissociation of O2 + in a triple quadrupole and the role of excited states Dawson, P.H.
1985
169-170 2-3 p. 305-314
10 p.
artikel
60 Collision cross-sections of [C,H,O] cations and radical cations from aliphatic [C,H,O] compounds van Houte, J.J.
1994
169-170 2-3 p. 121-140
20 p.
artikel
61 Collision-induced dissociation and neutralization-reionization mass spectra of dimethylhalonium ions Zappey, Herman W.
1992
169-170 2-3 p. 193-204
12 p.
artikel
62 Collision-induced dissociation of polyatomic ions in glow discharge mass spectrometry King, F.L.
1989
169-170 2-3 p. 171-185
15 p.
artikel
63 Collision-induced dissociations of deprotonated dipeptide methyl esters containing H, alkyl or benzyl α side-chains Bradford, Adrian M.
1994
169-170 2-3 p. 143-153
11 p.
artikel
64 Collision induced dissociations of deprotonated peptides. Dipeptides and tripeptides containing proline Waugh, Russell J.
1994
169-170 2-3 p. 165-174
10 p.
artikel
65 Collision-induced electron emission from surfaces in negative-ion time-of-fliht mass spectrometry Fraunberg, W.-D.v.
1994
169-170 2-3 p. 211-219
9 p.
artikel
66 Comment on the shape of the ionization cross section function for C60 + e → C + 60 + 2e from threshold to maximum Scheier, P.
1993
169-170 2-3 p. R17-R19
nvt p.
artikel
67 Comparative study of energy deposition in gaseous organic ions performed using limonene as a model compound Horning, S.R.
1990
169-170 2-3 p. 219-243
25 p.
artikel
68 Comparison of electron scavengers in a hydrocarbon flame: anion formation with SF6, (CF3SO2)2O, SO2 and CH3Cl additives Goodings, John M.
1989
169-170 2-3 p. 205-226
22 p.
artikel
69 Concerning the thermal decomposition of protonated ethanol in a high pressure ion source and other pyrolysis reactions Mason, Rod S.
1991
169-170 2-3 p. 241-253
13 p.
artikel
70 Deconvolution of overlapping mass spectral peaks following ion-counting data acquisition Raznikov, V.V.
1985
169-170 2-3 p. 157-186
30 p.
artikel
71 Desorption of secondary negative ions induced by impact of heavy ions near the bohr velocity Salehpour, Mehran
1989
169-170 2-3 p. 211-225
15 p.
artikel
72 Determination of bond dissociation energies via energy-resolved collision induced dissociation in a fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance spectrometer Hop, C.E.C.A.
1990
169-170 2-3 p. 191-208
18 p.
artikel
73 Determination of the ion transmission coefficient for a mass spectrometer with a quadrupole ion analyzer Wójcik, Leszek
1996
169-170 2-3 p. 139-144
6 p.
artikel
74 Determination of the isotopic composition and atomic weight of tungsten using gas source mass spectrometry: opening the route to the establishment of the traceability of tungsten amount measurements to the SI system? Taylor, P.D.P.
1994
169-170 2-3 p. L7-L10
nvt p.
artikel
75 Development of the electrospray ionisation technique Hamdan, M.
1991
169-170 2-3 p. 93-113
21 p.
artikel
76 Discrimination of C3H4 + isomeric ions by charge inversion mass spectrometry using an alkali metal target Hayakawa, S.
1995
169-170 2-3 p. 89-95
7 p.
artikel
77 Dissociative attachment of electrons with Si2H6 Krishnakumar, E.
1991
169-170 2-3 p. 107-115
9 p.
artikel
78 Dissociative electron attachment to methyl acetate: evidence for ion/molecule complexes as intermediates Pariat, Yvan
1991
169-170 2-3 p. 181-192
12 p.
artikel
79 Dissociative ionisation of methane by electron impact Pal, Satyendra
1996
169-170 2-3 p. 79-86
8 p.
artikel
80 Dissociative ionization of laser excited N2 * by electron impact Wang, D.P.
1989
169-170 2-3 p. 267-276
10 p.
artikel
81 Dissociative ionization of NH3 and H2O molecules by electron impact Khare, S.P.
1989
169-170 2-3 p. 299-308
10 p.
artikel
82 Double hydrogen atom transfer in lactamide radical cations via ion-neutral complexes Friedrichs, Heike
1996
169-170 2-3 p. 217-224
8 p.
artikel
83 Double-ionization energies to ground and electronically excited singlet and triplet states of CCl2+ 4, CCl3F2+, CCl2F2+ 2 and CClF2+ 3 Langford, M.L.
1992
169-170 2-3 p. 285-302
18 p.
artikel
84 Effects of alkyl substitution on ionization energies of alkanes and haloalkanes and on heats of formation of their molecular cations Part 1. Simple methyl derivatives Luo, Yu-Ran
1991
169-170 2-3 p. 221-227
7 p.
artikel
85 Efficiencies and size effects in radiative association of NO+ with Lewis bases Weddle, Gary
1994
169-170 2-3 p. 73-82
10 p.
artikel
86 Efficient N-TIMS rhenium isotope measurements on outgassed tantalum filaments: very low filament blanks determined by a “standard addition” approach Frei, Robert
1996
169-170 2-3 p. L7-L10
nvt p.
artikel
87 Electron attachment to oxygen clusters at low electron energies. Formation and stability of (O2) n − and (O2) nO− Märk, T.D.
1986
169-170 2-3 p. 265-279
15 p.
artikel
88 Electron-capture reactions of multiply charged polycyclic aromatic ions Kingston, R.G.
1987
169-170 2-3 p. 223-232
10 p.
artikel
89 Electronic state detection/partitioning of atomic nickel during resonant laser ablation Rothschopf, G.
1995
169-170 2-3 p. 167-174
8 p.
artikel
90 Electron impact ionization of the NF3 molecule Tarnovsky, V.
1994
169-170 2-3 p. 175-185
11 p.
artikel
91 Electron impact mass spectrometry of indole derivatives Rodríguez, J.Gonzalo
1996
169-170 2-3 p. 97-110
14 p.
artikel
92 Electron ionization of the effusion molecular beam emitted by a rectangular channel and the optical model of this effect Adamczyk, Bogdan
1986
169-170 2-3 p. 235-240
6 p.
artikel
93 Electrospray and Taylor-Cone theory, Dole's beam of macromolecules at last? Wilm, Matthias S.
1994
169-170 2-3 p. 167-180
14 p.
artikel
94 Electrospray mass spectrometry of some proteins and the aqueous solution acid/base equilibrium model in the negative ion detection mode Le Blanc, J.C.Y.
1993
169-170 2-3 p. 145-153
9 p.
artikel
95 Electrostatic repulsion between localized charges on hetero-atoms in a doubly charged ion and mechanism of ionization and fragmentation. Electron impact mass spectra of benzanthrone, 1-azabenzanthrone, 8-azabenzanthrone and their 3-bromo substituents Ueda, Toyotoshi
1989
169-170 2-3 p. 175-196
22 p.
artikel
96 Energetics of charge-inversion reactions of H3O+ and H3O− ions Griffiths, W.J.
1987
169-170 2-3 p. R7-R12
nvt p.
artikel
97 Energy transfer in collisional activation. Energy dependence of the fragmentation of n-alkylbenzene molecular ions Nacson, Sabatino
1985
169-170 2-3 p. 325-337
13 p.
artikel
98 Erratum 1985
169-170 2-3 p. 343-
1 p.
artikel
99 Evidence for ion—neutral complexes in C3H7O+ decompositions from CAD spectra of labeled daughter ions McAdoo, David J.
1989
169-170 2-3 p. 133-146
14 p.
artikel
100 Excitation electric field inhomogeneities in a cubic ion cyclotron resonance cell: ion motion for away from the cyclotron frequency Mitchell, Dale W.
1993
169-170 2-3 p. 95-126
32 p.
artikel
101 Experimental and ab initio molecular orbital studies on CCl4 2+ dications Guenat, C.
1985
169-170 2-3 p. 265-272
8 p.
artikel
102 Experimental and theoretical evidence for the generation of a stable hydrazine dication in the gas phase Drewello, Thomas
1987
169-170 2-3 p. R3-R6
nvt p.
artikel
103 Experimental and theoretical studies of the proton affinity of fluoroboroxine Forte, Leonard
1990
169-170 2-3 p. 301-307
7 p.
artikel
104 Experimental determination of the ionization energy of the CH5 · radical Griffiths, W.J.
1986
169-170 2-3 p. 317-321
5 p.
artikel
105 Experimental evidence for the stability of the NH4 ., H3O., H3S., and H3 . radicals by neutralization-reionization spectroscopy Griffiths, W.J.
1987
169-170 2-3 p. 233-239
7 p.
artikel
106 Experimental investigation of the electron impact ionization cross-section behaviour near threshold Winkler, C.
1994
169-170 2-3 p. 157-164
8 p.
artikel
107 External phase shift ion ejection in fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance spectrometry Vulpius, Tore
1989
169-170 2-3 p. 283-290
8 p.
artikel
108 FAB-MS/MS study of two neuropeptides, dynorphins 1–7 and 1–13 Desiderio, Dominic M.
1986
169-170 2-3 p. 217-233
17 p.
artikel
109 Fast atom bombardment at low temperatures. Part 2. Polymerization in the matrix Johnstone, Robert A.W.
1989
169-170 2-3 p. 249-264
16 p.
artikel
110 Fast atom bombardment-induced fluorescence Takayama, Mitsuo
1991
169-170 2-3 p. R21-R25
nvt p.
artikel
111 Fast, high temperature and thermolabile GC—MS in supersonic molecular beams Dagan, Shai
1994
169-170 2-3 p. 187-210
24 p.
artikel
112 Field ion spectroscopy of oscillating surface reactions: H2/O2 and H2/H2O on platinum Ernst, N.
1996
169-170 2-3 p. 185-191
7 p.
artikel
113 Field limit for ion evaporation from charged thermospray droplets Katta, Viswanatham
1991
169-170 2-3 p. 129-148
20 p.
artikel
114 First studies of the gas phase ion chemistry of M3+ metal ion ligands Blades, Arthur T.
1990
169-170 2-3 p. 325-336
12 p.
artikel
115 Flow tube studies of reactions of cyanogen with ions selected from cyanogen Raksit, A.B.
1985
169-170 2-3 p. 217-229
13 p.
artikel
116 Formation of doubly charged negative ions in the gas phase by collisionally-induced “ion pair” formation from singly charged negative ions Maas, Wilfried P.M.
1989
169-170 2-3 p. 257-266
10 p.
artikel
117 Fragmentation of isolated polyatomic molecules induced by vacuum ultraviolet to soft X-ray photon absorption Hubin-Franskin, M.-J.
1990
169-170 2-3 p. 273-282
10 p.
artikel
118 Fragmentation of the trimethyloxonium cation and of protonated dimethylether studied in a tandem quadrupole mass spectrometer at medium pressure Fǎrcaşiu, Dan
1986
169-170 2-3 p. 207-215
9 p.
artikel
119 Fragmentation reactions of the singly and doubly charged molecular ions of dimethylanilines Wang, Jianyao
1990
169-170 2-3 p. 355-374
20 p.
artikel
120 Fred P. Lossing Harrison, AlexG.
1990
169-170 2-3 p. v-vi
nvt p.
artikel
121 Frequency (mass) errors and phase dependence in magnitude-mode apodized Fourier transform—ion cyclotron resonance spectra Chow, Kim H.
1989
169-170 2-3 p. 187-203
17 p.
artikel
122 Fullerene formation via laser-induced oligomerisation of 1,6-dibromo-dodecahedrane (C20H18Br2) Campbell, Eleanor E.B.
1994
169-170 2-3 p. 209-214
6 p.
artikel
123 Gas phase (CH3)3Si+ affinities of alkylamines and proton affinities of trimethylsilyl alkyl amines Li, Xiaoping
1990
169-170 2-3 p. 149-166
18 p.
artikel
124 Gas phase ionic reactions of freons and related compounds: reactions of some halogenated methanes with O− and O2 − Mayhew, C.A.
1993
169-170 2-3 p. 81-93
13 p.
artikel
125 Generation and characterization of ionic and neutral thiocarbonylisothiocyanate [SCNCS]+/. by neutralization-reionization mass spectrometry Srinivas, Ragampeta
1996
169-170 2-3 p. L1-L5
nvt p.
artikel
126 Generation and identification of neutral and cationic hydrogensilaisocyanid (“iminosilicon”, HNSi) by neutralization—reionization mass spectrometry and gaussian-1 ab initio molecular orbital calculations Goldberg, Norman
1993
169-170 2-3 p. 267-270
4 p.
artikel
127 Graphite furnace mass spectrometry of aluminium McAllister, Trevor
1990
169-170 2-3 p. 127-131
5 p.
artikel
128 Guided ion beam studies of reactions of alkaline earth ions with O2 Dalleska, N.F.
1994
169-170 2-3 p. 203-212
10 p.
artikel
129 High front-end resolution collision-induced dissociation in Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry Haebel, Sophie
1995
169-170 2-3 p. 97-115
19 p.
artikel
130 Highly excited states of cesium from a diffusion source: gas phase ionization reactions Wallin, Elisabeth
1993
169-170 2-3 p. 187-193
7 p.
artikel
131 High-precision isotopic analyses of uranium and plutonium by total sample volatilization and signal integration Callis, E.L.
1991
169-170 2-3 p. 93-105
13 p.
artikel
132 High precision isotopic measurement of lithium by thermal ionization mass spectrometry Sahoo, S.K.
1995
169-170 2-3 p. 189-196
8 p.
artikel
133 Improved detection limits for a time-of-flight mass spectrometer with a surface ionization source Chatfield, Dale A.
1987
169-170 2-3 p. 241-256
16 p.
artikel
134 Injection of ions into a quadrupole ion trap mass spectrometer Louris, John N.
1989
169-170 2-3 p. 97-111
15 p.
artikel
135 Intracluster ion/molecule reactions within CF3H cluster system Jung, Kwang Woo
1994
169-170 2-3 p. 119-128
10 p.
artikel
136 Investigations for isobaric interference of 238Pu at 238U during thermal ionization mass spectrometry of uranium and plutonium from the same filament loading Aggarwal, Suresh K.
1995
169-170 2-3 p. 127-135
9 p.
artikel
137 Ion chemistry of phosphorus in hydrocarbon flames Goodings, John M.
1990
169-170 2-3 p. 337-354
18 p.
artikel
138 Ionization energies of the cations of metallocene (M(C5H5)+ 2), their half-sandwich complexes MC5H+ 5 and the bare transition-metal ions M+ (M = Fe, Co, Ni) Stahl, Daniel
1990
169-170 2-3 p. 121-126
6 p.
artikel
139 Ionization potentials of tantalum clusters with three to 64 atoms Collings, B.A.
1993
169-170 2-3 p. 207-214
8 p.
artikel
140 Ion molecule reactions in di-isopropyl ether Barry, Regina
1989
169-170 2-3 p. 133-148
16 p.
artikel
141 Ion/molecule reactions in silane—carbon monoxide mixtures: possible synthesis of the SiC radical in the electric discharge chemistry Lim, K.P.
1990
169-170 2-3 p. 245-256
12 p.
artikel
142 Ion/molecule reactions involving CHO+ as the parent ion Gardner, Michael P.
1985
169-170 2-3 p. 187-200
14 p.
artikel
143 Ion/molecule reactions of atmospheric ions with dimethyl-methylphosphonate Chatterjee, B.K.
1991
169-170 2-3 p. 81-92
12 p.
artikel
144 Ion/molecule reactions of CO2 + with simple aliphatic hydrocarbons at thermal energy Tsuji, Masaharu
1994
169-170 2-3 p. 165-180
16 p.
artikel
145 Ion/molecule reactions of naphthalene and 1-chloronaphthalene radical cations Feng, Wan Yong
1996
169-170 2-3 p. 157-168
12 p.
artikel
146 Ion optics for time-of-flight mass spectrometers with multiple symmetry Sakurai, T.
1985
169-170 2-3 p. 273-287
15 p.
artikel
147 Ion source trapping in conjunction with two sector mass spectrometry: time-resolved CAD Lifshitz, Chava
1994
169-170 2-3 p. L11-L14
nvt p.
artikel
148 Ion storage combined with reflectron time-of-flight mass spectrometry: ion cloud motions as a result of jet-cooled molecules Wilhelm, U.
1996
169-170 2-3 p. 111-120
10 p.
artikel
149 Ion transport through a strong magnetic field gradient by r.f.-only octupole ion guides Huang, Yulin
1996
169-170 2-3 p. 121-133
13 p.
artikel
150 Isolated excited electronic states in the unimolecular gas-phase ion dissociation processes of the radical cations of isocyanogen and cyanogen Matthias Bickelhaupt, F.
1991
169-170 2-3 p. 157-168
12 p.
artikel
151 Isotope dilution mass spectrometry of 10B and 6LiF reference deposits used for the determination of the neutron lifetime Lamberty, A.
1991
169-170 2-3 p. 189-198
10 p.
artikel
152 Isotope fractionation laws: a test using calcium Hart, Stanley R.
1989
169-170 2-3 p. 287-301
15 p.
artikel
153 Kinetic energy release distribution analysis as a mechanistic probe for the Mn+-mediated HH bond formation from gaseous 4-octyne and its implication for the oxidative addition of molecular hydrogen to ligated metal-ions Schulze, Christian
1989
169-170 2-3 p. 291-298
8 p.
artikel
154 Laser-induced isotopic selectivity in the resonance ionization of Os Wunderlich, R.K.
1992
169-170 2-3 p. 123-155
33 p.
artikel
155 Laser ionisation studies of nitroaromatic and NO x (x = 1 or 2) molecules in the region 224–238 nm Marshall, A.
1993
169-170 2-3 p. R21-R26
nvt p.
artikel
156 Liquid sample plasma desorption mass spectrometry Salehpour, M.
1987
169-170 2-3 p. 173-186
14 p.
artikel
157 Loss of H and Cl from the molecular ions of chlorotoluene isomers using electron impact mass spectrometry Selim, Ezzat T.M.
1994
169-170 2-3 p. 119-128
10 p.
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158 Low-energy collision-activated dissociation of n-butylbenzene. Effect of the electron energy used during parent ion formation Dawson, P.H.
1985
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159 Low energy, low temperature mass spectra part 13. the alkynes Courtneidge, J.L.
1990
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160 Mass distribution of peptide molecular ions in the secondary ionization process Fujita, Y.
1985
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161 Mass-selective isolation of ions stored in a quadrupole ion trap. A simulation study March, Raymond E.
1992
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162 Mass spectral identification of response ions in a metal selective flame ionization detector Lillie, C.H.
1991
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163 Mass spectrometric study of the vaporization of oxide systems Delmore, J.E.
1996
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164 Mass Spectrometry of Biological Materials Gelpi, Emilio
1992
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165 Mass spectrum, ionization potentials and appearance potentials for fragment ions of sulfuric acid vapor 1993
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166 Measurement and visual observation of sample charging effects on primary beam focusing in secondary ion mass spectrometry Appelhans, Anthony D.
1989
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167 Measurement of biases in the electron multiplier ion detection system of a finnigan-mat model 261 mass spectrometer Loveridge, W.D.
1986
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168 Measurement of neptunium-237 by SID ionization source Efurd, D.W.
1986
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169 Measurements of the reaction rate coefficients of the endoergic reactions C+(2 P) + H2(D2) → CH+(CD+) + H(D) from threshold to centre-of-mass energy 0.8 eV Twiddy, N.D.
1986
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170 Mechanisms of fragmentation of cationic peptide ions Zhao, Hong
1993
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171 MeV-atomic-ion-induced surface tracks in Langmuir-Blodgett films and l-valine crystals studied by scanning force microscopy Reimann, C.T.
1995
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172 MeV atomic ion sputtering of fullerenes: a radial velocity distribution study Papaléo, R.M.
1996
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173 Multidetector calibration for mass spectrometers Bayne, C.
1994
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174 Multiphoton excitation of tricarbonyl—cyclooctatetraene—iron. Wavelength-dependent competition between ionization and dissociation Opitz, Joachim
1994
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175 Multiple photoionization in Ne, Ar, Kr and Xe from 44 to 1300 eV Saito, Norio
1992
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176 Nanosecond laser excitation of benzene-chromium-tricarbonyl and dibenzene-chromium at 351, 248 and 193 nm. Wavelength-dependent competition between ionization and dissociation Opitz, Joachim
1993
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177 22nd Annual Meeting of the British Mass Spectrometry Society 1996
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178 Neutralization-reionization and ab initio study of the CH2CHSOH ⇄ CH3CHSO rearrangement Tureček, František
1990
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179 New operating mode of a quadrupole ion trap in mass spectrometry Part 3. Mass resolution Zerega, Y.
1994
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180 Nonlinear oscillations in ion cyclotron resonance Shin, Seung Koo
1996
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181 Non-resonant multiphoton ionization of small cyclic molecules: a comparison of fragmentation pathways for ethylene sulfide, ethylene oxide, propylene oxide and cyclopropane BelBruno, Joseph J.
1992
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182 O+ 2 as a projectile ion in double-charge-transfer spectroscopy Andrews, S.R.
1994
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183 Observation of doubly charged Ne2 molecular ions by field desorption Tessner, T.
1994
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184 Observation of thermal electron detachment from cyclo-C4F8 − in FALP experiments Miller, Thomas M.
1994
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185 On the application of the Landau—Zener curve crossing model to double charge transfer reactions Krishnamurthi, Vidhya
1993
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186 On the desorption of electrosprayed organic compounds from supporting metal foils by laser induced pressure waves Lindner, B.
1991
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187 On the dissociation characteristics of H2 C + OH ions and their participation in the H2-catalysed isomerisation of C + OH to H C + O Wijenberg, Jack H.O.J.
1987
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188 On the dissociation pathways of nitrobenzene Kosmidis, C.
1994
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189 On the effects of structure and charge distribution on the mobility of ions Karpas, Z.
1986
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190 On the existence of novel nitrides and oxides of copper; CuN, CuO2 and CuNO Sülzle, Detlev
1991
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191 On the resolution obtainable in practical ion mobility systems Watts, P.
1992
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192 Open cell analog of the screened trapped-ion cell using compensation electrodes for Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry Vartanian, Victor H.
1995
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193 Open-endcap Penning traps for high precision experiments Gabrielse, G.
1989
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194 Open trapped ion cell geometries for Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry Beu, Steven C.
1992
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195 Optimization of a commercial quadrupole mass spectrometer for time-of-flight measurements of laser desorption Braun, R.
1993
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196 Organic reactions at interfaces: charge minimization in desorption ionization of Zwitterionic compounds Hand, Owen W.
1989
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197 Photodissociation and photodetachment of small carbon cluster anions Pozniak, Boguslav
1994
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198 Photoionization mass spectrometric studies of the methylsilanes Si(CH3) n H4−n (n=0-3) Koo Shin, Seung
1990
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199 Photon emissions from N2 ·+ ion beam-target gas collisions in a modified commercial sector mass spectrometer Holmes, H.L
1994
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200 Positive and negative cluster ions and multiply charged ions produced from frozen nitrogen, carbon monoxide and oxygen molecules under energetic, heavy-ion impact Tonuma, Tadao
1994
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201 Positive secondary ion mass spectra of sulfonium and iodonium salts Duffin, Kevin L.
1986
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202 Practical Organic Mass Spectrometry Jennings, K.R.
1994
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203 Precise measurement of the isotopic composition of cerium and its atomic weight Xiao, Y.K.
1994
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204 Programs for molecular formula determination employing data from unit resolution MS/MS spectra Palmer, Peter T.
1989
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205 Protonated methanesulfonic acid and related ions: a study of their gas phase structure and reactivity de Petris, Giulia
1992
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206 Proton transport in the catalyzed gas-phase isomerization of protonated molecules Bohme, Diethard K.
1992
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207 Radial ion transport due to resistive-wall destabilization in Fourier transform mass spectrometry Beu, S.C.
1991
169-170 2-3 p. 255-268
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208 Reactions of Ar2+ (3 P) ions with some neutrals at 30 K Dupeyrat, G.
1991
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209 Reactions of ground state Cr+ with C2H6, C2H4, cyclo-C3H6, and cyclo-C2H4O: bond energies for CrCH+ n (n = 1–3) Georgiadis, R.
1989
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210 Rearrangement and fragmentation of protonated acetonitrile Wincel, H.
1989
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211 Recent data on lead isotope measurements Platzner, I.
1987
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212 Recombination reactions and geometry effects in laser microprobe mass analysis studied with 12C/13C bilayers Bruynseels, F.
1986
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213 Reflectron time-of-flight mass spectrometry and laser excitation for the analysis of neutrals, ionized molecules and secondary fragments Boesl, U.
1992
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214 Regioselectivity in the gas-phase reactions of the O − radical anion with (η5-cyclopentadienyl)tricarbonylmanganese(I) and (η5-methylcyclopentadienyl)tricarbonylmanganese(I): formation and structure of C5H5MnO− n and C6H7MnO− n (n = 1, 2) ions van den Berg, Klaas Jan
1994
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215 Resonance effects during ion injection into an ion trap mass spectrometer Williams, J.D.
1991
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216 Resonance enhanced multiphoton ionization of nucleosides by using pulsed-laser desorption in supersonic beam mass spectrometry Li, Liang
1989
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217 Resonance excitation in a quadrupole ion trap: modification of competing dissociative channel yields Liere, Philippe
1996
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218 Resonance excitation of ions stored in a quadrupole ion trap. Part IV. Theory of quadrupolar excitation Alfred, Roland L.
1993
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219 Rôle des complexes ion/neutre dans les décompositions unimoléculaires d'ions β-hydroxy acylium Morizur, J.-P.
1994
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220 Rotationally sensitive focusing of molecular ions in an a.c. quadrupole electric field Whitten, W.B.
1987
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221 Secondary electron resolved mass spectrometry of electrosprayed ions Axelsson, J.
1994
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222 Secondary ion mass spectra of metal sulphides Vandentop, G.J.
1989
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223 Secondary ion mass spectrometry of glycosylated porphyrins Spiro, M.
1994
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224 Secondary ion multiplicities and correlations in fast heavy ion-induced desorption of biomolecules Hedin, A.
1987
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225 Sensitivity of angle resolved SIMS measurements of the O- polar angle distribution to surface, subsurface and defect oxygen sites on Al(100) Larson, S.A.
1991
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226 Simulation method for potential and charge distributions in space charge dominated ion sources Busman, Mark
1991
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227 Simultaneous isotopic analysis of uranium and plutonium by thermal ionisation mass spectrometry coupled to a variable multicollection detection system Ramakumar, K.L.
1994
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228 Specific reciprocal methyl/hydrogen transfer reactions and hydrogen exchange processes between aryl rings in crowded ketone cation radicals Biali, Silvio E.
1985
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229 Stabilities of anionic mixed clusters of sulfur dioxide and water Vacher, J.R.
1994
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230 Stereoelectronic effects in mass spectrometry Turec̆ek, Frantis̆ek
1991
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231 Studies of rubidium aluminosilicates as thermionic emitters of Rb+ ions Tan, T.L.
1994
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232 Studies on the production and stability of large C N + and M x +R N (M = C, Si, Ge and R = Ar, Kr) clusters Lüder, Ch.
1996
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233 Study of endothermic reactions involving transition metal ions: The FTMS analogy of the ion-beam experiment Forbes, R.A.
1987
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234 Subject index 1991
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235 Subject index 1996
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236 Subject index 1994
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237 Subject index 1994
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238 Subject index 1994
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239 Subject index 1991
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240 Subject index 1993
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241 Subject index 1992
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242 Subject index 1994
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243 Subject index 1995
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244 Subject index 1996
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245 Subject index 1986
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246 Subject index 1990
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247 Subject index 1987
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248 Subject index 1989
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249 Subject index 1985
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250 Subject index 1989
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251 Subject index 1992
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252 Suppression, amplification and application of the third harmonic of the cyclotron frequency in ion cyclotron resonance spectrometry Knobeler, M.
1993
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253 Surface-induced dissociation of benzene on a PFPE liquid insulator in a time-of-flight mass spectrometer de Maaijer-Gielbert, Janine
1996
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254 Surface ionization mass spectrometry of drugs in the thermal and hyperthermal energy range — a comparative study Dagan, Shai
1995
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255 The analysis of inorganic anions from liquid solutions using cationic surfactants and negative secondary ion mass spectrometry Ligon Jr., Woodfin V.
1985
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256 The atomic weight of europium Chang, Tsing-Lien
1991
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257 The determination of collision cross-sections van Houte, J.J.
1992
169-170 2-3 p. 173-183
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258 The experimental investigation of [C5H12O]+. ion structures related to neopentyl alcohol and its methyl ether Bissonnette, Martine C.
1990
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259 The formation and dissociation of the ozone dication Newson, Karl A.
1996
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260 The generation of OC2O·+ and OC2O and a study of ionized OC3O and C2O by tandem mass spectrometry Chen, Hongwen
1994
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261 The heat of formation of the acetyl cation: a theoretical evaluation Smith, Brian J.
1990
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262 The imidic acids HNC(H)OH and CH3NC(H)OH and their tautomeric carbenes H2N7z.sbnd;C̈OH and CH3N(H)C̈OH: stable species in the gas phase formed by one-electron reduction of their cations McGibbon, Graham A.
1994
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263 The importance of the time-lag parameter in a laser/time-of-flight mass spectrometer Martin, William B.
1987
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264 The influence of the surface binding energy on the emission of MCs+ secondary ions from elemental targets in secondary ion mass spectrometry Mootz, T.
1996
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265 The kinetics of the reactions of Cl−, O−, and O2 − with HNO3: Implications for measurement of HNO3 in the atmosphere Huey, L.Gregory
1996
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266 The laser desorption/laser ionization mass spectra of some indole derivatives and alkaloids Rogers, Kevin
1992
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267 The laser desorption of organic molecules in ion mobility spectrometry Phillips, Julie
1992
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268 The non-linear ion trap. Part 4. Mass selective instability scan with multipole superposition Franzen, J.
1993
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269 The non-linear resonance QUISTOR Part 1. Potential distribution in hyperboloidal QUISTORs Wang, Y.
1992
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270 Theoretical and experimental studies of F3SiCO+ and F3SiOC+ Ketvirtis, Anthony E.
1996
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271 Theoretical interpretation for magic numbers in kinetic energy releases Lifshitz, C.
1990
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272 Theory of impulse excitation for Fourier transform mass spectrometry McIver Jr., Robert T.
1989
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273 The radical cation: formation in the secondary ion mass spectrometry process Short, R.D.
1989
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274 The regularized inverse convolution approach to resolving overlapping mass spectral peaks Raznikov, V.V.
1991
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275 Thermal desorption—gas chromatography—mass spectrometry studies of commercial polypropylene samples Tayler, P.J.
1989
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276 The 11th conference of the Australian and new Zealand society for mass spectrometry Hooper, W.D.
1987
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277 The theory and practice of mass spectrometry 1986
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278 The unimolecular chemistry of quaternary ammonium ions and their neutral counterparts Beranová, Šárka
1994
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279 Threshold C7H+ 7 formation from the benzyl halides by photoionization mass spectrometry Traeger, John C.
1990
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280 Time- and concentration-dependent relative peak intensities observed in electron impact membrane inlet mass spectra Hansen, K.F.
1996
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281 Translational energy spectroscopy of single-electron capture by C2+ ions in He, Ne and Ar Lee, A.R.
1994
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282 Transmission study for r.f.-only quadrupoles by computer simulation Muntean, F.
1995
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283 Transport properties of Rb+ ions in Ne and Ar gases Tan, T.L.
1995
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284 Triplet electronic states of the doubly charged ion of acetone: a combined theoretical and experimental study Griffiths, W.J.
1994
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285 Tube ion source for the study of chemical effects in surface ionisation Delmore, J.E.
1991
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286 Two-electron capture by C3+ ions: competition between single and double electron processes Lee, A.R.
1996
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287 Unimolecular decay of metastable Ar cluster ions. Evolution of magic numbers in Ar cluster mass spectra Märk, T.D.
1986
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288 Validation of absolute target thickness calibrations in a QQQ instrument by measuring absolute total cross-sections of Ne+ (Ne, Ne) Ne+ Martinez, Richard I.
1986
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289 Vibrational excitation of N2 + (X 2Σg +, υ ⩾ 0) in collision with monatomic and diatomic neutral targets Hamdan, M.
1989
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290 Wavelength-dependent laser-induced fragmentation of nitrobenzene Marshall, A.
1992
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