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1 A bebe four-sector mass spectrometer: a new lease of life for two old instruments Hill, N.
1990
169-170 3 p. 347-358
12 p.
artikel
2 Ab initio calculations on the isomerization of C4H4 radical cations Koster, G.
1997
169-170 3 p. 169-175
7 p.
artikel
3 Absolute cross sections for the dissociative electron impact ionization of the CF x (x = 1−3) free radicals Tarnovsky, V.
1993
169-170 3 p. 181-194
14 p.
artikel
4 Abundance distribution of cluster ions in the laser mass spectra of the pure elements C, Si, Ge, Sn and of binary cluster ions from their mixtures Consalvo, D.
1989
169-170 3 p. 319-325
7 p.
artikel
5 A CBNM 11B spike isotopic reference material CBNM-IRM-611 Lamberty, A.
1992
169-170 3 p. 213-221
9 p.
artikel
6 A CBNM 6Li spike isotopic reference material CBNM-IRM-615 Lamberty, A.
1992
169-170 3 p. 223-232
10 p.
artikel
7 A combined MIKES and laser photodissociation study of dimethylsulphoxide (DMSO) and DMSO-d 6 Griffiths, I.W.
1983
169-170 3 p. 323-332
10 p.
artikel
8 A combined time-resolved and 2H/13 C labelling study of the elimination of hydrogen cyanide from the molecular ion of pyridine Kluft, E.
1986
169-170 3 p. 339-342
4 p.
artikel
9 A computer-based method to analyze electrostatic, surface-ionization ion-source configurations Balestrini, Silvio J.
1986
169-170 3 p. 265-286
22 p.
artikel
10 A computer program for the analytical calculation of potential and electric field in ion slit lens systems Boerboom, A.J.H.
1989
169-170 3 p. 283-301
19 p.
artikel
11 Adaptation of an ICR drift cell for tandem ICR Wronka, John
1986
169-170 3 p. 303-307
5 p.
artikel
12 Additional evidence for the existence of active sites promoting the dissociative self-surface ionization of heated polycrystalline ionic crystals Kawano, Hiroyuki
1985
169-170 3 p. 331-341
11 p.
artikel
13 A determination of the stabilities of negative ion clusters in SO2 and SO2-O2 mixtures Vacher, J.R.
1992
169-170 3 p. 149-162
14 p.
artikel
14 Adsorption in gas mass spectrometry. I. Effects on the measurement of individual isotopic species Gonfiantini, Roberto
1997
169-170 3 p. 207-219
13 p.
artikel
15 Advances in multiphoton processes and spectroscopy Grey Morgan, C.
1988
169-170 3 p. R15-
1 p.
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16 Advances in multiphoton processes and spectroscopy, volume II Grey Morgan, C.
1987
169-170 3 p. 353-
1 p.
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17 A high pressure mass spectrometric study of the formation and chemistry of the pentafluorosulphur cation (SF+ 5) Alfred Stone, John
1989
169-170 3 p. 269-280
12 p.
artikel
18 A high-speed gas chromatograph coupled to a time-of-flight mass analyzer Wollnik, H.
1994
169-170 3 p. L7-L11
nvt p.
artikel
19 A. Lamberty, A. Verbruggen, F. Hendrickx and P. De Bièvre, A CBNM 6Li spike isotopic reference material CBNM-IRM-615, Int. J. Mass Spectrom. Ion Processes, 113 (1992) 223–232. 1992
169-170 3 p. 243-
1 p.
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20 Alkali-containing molecular ions in organic sims: factors influencing the emission yields Blais, J.C.
1988
169-170 3 p. 273-285
13 p.
artikel
21 Alkane eliminations from radical cations through ion-radical complexes Hudson, Charles E.
1984
169-170 3 p. 325-332
8 p.
artikel
22 Allylic oxidation in triterpenes under chemical ionization conditions Madhusudanan, K.P.
1986
169-170 3 p. 259-265
7 p.
artikel
23 A low-energy electron source for negative ionization experiments Gordon, R.L.
1986
169-170 3 p. 285-297
13 p.
artikel
24 Alternate ionization pathways for resonance ionization mass spectrometry Young, J.P.
1984
169-170 3 p. 307-319
13 p.
artikel
25 A mass-spectrometric study of atomic and molecular ions produced by laser radiation on a solid target Arzumanian, G.M.
1985
169-170 3 p. 255-264
10 p.
artikel
26 A method for the determination of rare earth elements present in relatively high concentrations in geological samples by spark source mass spectroscopy Dietze, H.-J.
1984
169-170 3 p. 243-249
7 p.
artikel
27 A method for the identification of metals by mass spectrometry Swingler, D.L.
1983
169-170 3 p. 341-345
5 p.
artikel
28 Analysis of ionic metal complexes by time-of-flight secondary ion mass spectrometry and plasma desorption mass spectrometry Feld, Herbert
1991
169-170 3 p. 225-235
11 p.
artikel
29 Analysis of space-charge effects in cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry as coupled gyrator phenomena Peurrung, A.J.
1995
169-170 3 p. 139-153
15 p.
artikel
30 An electron impact storage ion source for time-of-flight mass spectrometers Grix, R.
1989
169-170 3 p. 323-330
8 p.
artikel
31 A new filter supplement for isotope ratio measurements Laue, H.-J.
1988
169-170 3 p. 231-241
11 p.
artikel
32 A new membrane inlet for on-line monitoring of dissolved, volatile organic compounds with mass spectrometry Lauritsen, F.R.
1990
169-170 3 p. 259-268
10 p.
artikel
33 A new method for estimating isotopic ratios from pulse-counting mass spectrometric data Bayne, Charles K.
1984
169-170 3 p. 315-323
9 p.
artikel
34 A new method of separation of multi-atomic ions by mobility at atmospheric pressure using a high-frequency amplitude-asymmetric strong electric field Buryakov, I.A.
1993
169-170 3 p. 143-148
6 p.
artikel
35 A new method to determine the mean adsorption lifetime of alkali metal halide molecules on a hot metal surface Kawano, Hiroyuki
1985
169-170 3 p. 299-305
7 p.
artikel
36 A new technique to measure the total electron scattering cross-section. Application to helium Marmet, P.
1987
169-170 3 p. 265-273
9 p.
artikel
37 A new time-of-flight mass analyzer of poloidal geometry Yavor, M.I.
1994
169-170 3 p. 223-226
4 p.
artikel
38 A new time-of-flight mass spectrometer Sakurai, T.
1985
169-170 3 p. 283-290
8 p.
artikel
39 An experimental determination of some double-ionisation energies of carbon monoxide Langford, M.L.
1993
169-170 3 p. 241-249
9 p.
artikel
40 Angular dependence of energy deposition in the low- energy collision-induced dissociation of CS2 +· Hirst, David M.
1985
169-170 3 p. 335-344
10 p.
artikel
41 Angular scattering and internal energy deposition in kiloelectronvolt collision activated decomposition reactions of some low mass cations Reid, C.J.
1991
169-170 3 p. 191-213
23 p.
artikel
42 A Nier—Johnson secondary ion mass spectrometer for electrode surface study and electrochemical product characterizations Daolio, S.
1987
169-170 3 p. 277-286
10 p.
artikel
43 An improved balanced drift voltage control for ion cyclotron resonance drift cells Mauclaire, G.
1988
169-170 3 p. 215-221
7 p.
artikel
44 An improved high-pressure, temperature-variable ion source with coaxial electron beam/ion exit slit Van Koppen, Petra A.M.
1983
169-170 3 p. 263-282
20 p.
artikel
45 An instrument control and data acquisition system for time-of-flight measurements of low ion current pulses Conzemius, R.J.
1989
169-170 3 p. 281-293
13 p.
artikel
46 An investigation of electron attachment to CHCl2F, CHClF2 and CHF3 using an electron-swarm mass spectrometric technique Jarvis, G.K.
1997
169-170 3 p. 207-223
17 p.
artikel
47 An ion trajectory model for fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry Hearn, B.A.
1990
169-170 3 p. 299-316
18 p.
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48 Announcement 1991
169-170 3 p. 573-
1 p.
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49 Announcement 1990
169-170 3 p. 285-
1 p.
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50 Announcement 1986
169-170 3 p. 347-
1 p.
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51 Announcement 1988
169-170 3 p. R19-
1 p.
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52 Announcement 1985
169-170 3 p. 345-
1 p.
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53 Announcement 1986
169-170 3 p. 315-
1 p.
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54 Announcement 1989
169-170 3 p. 329-
1 p.
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55 Announcements 1989
169-170 3 p. 301-
1 p.
artikel
56 Announcements 1989
169-170 3 p. 301-302
2 p.
artikel
57 Anomalous features of the laser desorption/laser ionization mass spectrum of 3-indoleacrylic acid Rogers, Kevin
1992
169-170 3 p. 281-286
6 p.
artikel
58 Anomalous ion transmission in a laser microprobe (LAMMS): investigation by high frequency monitoring of the current through the sample/target Hutt, K.W.
1989
169-170 3 p. 237-249
13 p.
artikel
59 A photoionization study of vibrational cooling in molecular beams Mayer, Paul M.
1996
169-170 3 p. 133-139
7 p.
artikel
60 A pig ion source for negative ions and loss of H− ions in various gases Kundu, S.
1986
169-170 3 p. 239-247
9 p.
artikel
61 A plasma desorption time-of-flight mass spectrometer with a single-stage ion mirror: improved resolution and calibration procedure Brinkmalm, G.
1992
169-170 3 p. 183-207
25 p.
artikel
62 Apodization of FT-ICR spectra Aarstol, Mark
1987
169-170 3 p. 287-297
11 p.
artikel
63 A possible explanation why doubly charged NeN2+, but no NeC2+ and NeO2+ were observed in charge-stripping mass spectrometry Frenking, Gernot
1988
169-170 3 p. 335-338
4 p.
artikel
64 Application of the infinite velocity method for investigations on the spatial and time-correlated emission of the constituents forming MCs + secondary ions in secondary ion mass spectrometry Mootz, T.
1997
169-170 3 p. 197-205
9 p.
artikel
65 Application of thermal ionization mass spectrometry to investigations of molybdenum absorption in humans Giussani, A.
1995
169-170 3 p. 171-178
8 p.
artikel
66 Applications of linked scan procedures in investigating polyatomic ion/surface interactions Dekrey, Michael J.
1985
169-170 3 p. 295-303
9 p.
artikel
67 Apportionment of mass spectra of binary salt systems [xMX + (1 − x)MY] based on the isothermal evaporation method. The [xKCN + (1 − x)KCNO] and [xKCl + (1 − x)KCN] systems Miller, M.
1984
169-170 3 p. 293-304
12 p.
artikel
68 A pulsed crossed beam apparatus for measurement of electron impact partial ionisation cross-sections: results on CO2 + e− → CO+ 2 + 2e− Krishnakumar, E.
1990
169-170 3 p. 283-294
12 p.
artikel
69 A quantification method in laser-ionization sputtered neutral mass spectrometry with a large acceptance volume of photoion detection Higashi, Yasuhiro
1997
169-170 3 p. 163-175
13 p.
artikel
70 [Arene·Me3C+] non-covalent complexes in the gas-phase (trifluoro)methylation of tert-butyl-substituted diphenylalkanes Chiavarino, Barbara
1995
169-170 3 p. 215-228
14 p.
artikel
71 A Rydberg-atom ionization source for negative ion mass spectrometry Nagata, Takashi
1993
169-170 3 p. 217-223
7 p.
artikel
72 A sector/ion trap hybrid mass spectrometer of BE/trap configuration Schwartz, Jae C.
1990
169-170 3 p. 209-224
16 p.
artikel
73 A selecte ion flow tube study of the kinetics of CN+ reactions at 296 ± 2 K Raksit, A.B.
1984
169-170 3 p. 321-335
15 p.
artikel
74 A semi-empirical method to calculate cross-sections for the electron-impact ionization of clusters Deutsch, H.
1995
169-170 3 p. L9-L12
nvt p.
artikel
75 Aspects of the CH5N2 potential energy surface: ions CH3NHNH+, CH3NNH2 + and CH2NHNH2 + and radicals CH2NHNH 2 studied by theory and experiment van Garderen, Harold F.
1992
169-170 3 p. 159-182
24 p.
artikel
76 A study of multiply charged ions derived from polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons Koyanagi, Gregory K.
1988
169-170 3 p. 245-258
14 p.
artikel
77 A study of the aminomethyl radical CH2NH2 by vacuum UV photoelectron spectroscopy and ab initio molecular orbital calculations Dyke, J.M.
1989
169-170 3 p. 221-235
15 p.
artikel
78 A study of the mechanism of fragmentation of aliphatic alcohol molecules under the action of ionizing electrons of different energies Danchevskaya, M.N.
1984
169-170 3 p. 251-267
17 p.
artikel
79 A supersonic molecular beam mass spectrometer study of autoassociation in acetonitrile and propionitrile Olesik, Susan V.
1984
169-170 3 p. 299-314
16 p.
artikel
80 A survey of the interaction of inorganic anions with a variety of cationic surfactants using negative secondary ion mass spectrometry Ligon Jr., Woodfin V.
1986
169-170 3 p. 337-340
4 p.
artikel
81 A triangular waveform generator for improving the shape of sputter craters on an ion microprobe mass analyser Woods, K.N.
1984
169-170 3 p. 335-340
6 p.
artikel
82 A triple-sector mass spectrometer with high transmission efficiency and 10−11 isotope-abundance sensitivity Stoffels, J.J.
1994
169-170 3 p. 217-224
8 p.
artikel
83 Author index 1998
169-170 3 p. 244-
1 p.
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84 Author index 1998
169-170 3 p. 249-
1 p.
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85 Author index 1998
169-170 3 p. 325-
1 p.
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86 Author index 1991
169-170 3 p. R15-
1 p.
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87 Author index 1991
169-170 3 p. 575-576
2 p.
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88 Author index 1993
169-170 3 p. 253-
1 p.
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89 Author index 1994
169-170 3 p. 251-
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90 Author index 1995
169-170 3 p. 205-
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91 Author index 1992
169-170 3 p. 289-
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92 Author index 1992
169-170 3 p. 247-
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93 Author index 1995
169-170 3 p. 229-
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94 Author index 1995
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95 Author index 1992
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96 Author index 1993
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97 Author index 1994
169-170 3 p. 247-
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98 Author index 1991
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99 Author index 1995
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100 Author index 1995
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101 Author index 1991
169-170 3 p. R13-
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102 Author index 1992
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103 Author index 1993
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104 Author index 1996
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105 Author index 1996
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106 Author index 1997
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107 Author index 1997
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108 Author index 1992
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109 Author index 1983
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110 Author index 1984
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111 Author Index 1986
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112 Author index 1986
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113 Author index 1986
169-170 3 p. 349-350
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114 Author index 1984
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115 Author index 1985
169-170 3 p. 352-
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116 Author index 1988
169-170 3 p. 356-
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117 Author index 1990
169-170 3 p. R5-
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118 Author index 1984
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119 Author index 1990
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120 Author index 1989
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121 Author index 1990
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122 Author index 1989
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123 Author index 1984
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124 Author index 1984
169-170 3 p. 329-
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125 Author index 1989
169-170 3 p. R13-
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126 Author index 1986
169-170 3 p. 339-
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127 Author index 1988
169-170 3 p. R11-
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128 Author index 1989
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129 Author index 1987
169-170 3 p. R22-
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130 Author index 1985
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131 Author index 1988
169-170 3 p. R20-
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132 Author index 1985
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133 Author Index 1990
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134 Author index 1990
169-170 3 p. 263-
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135 Author index 1984
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136 Author index 1987
169-170 3 p. 355-
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137 Author index 1987
169-170 3 p. R11-
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138 Author index 1986
169-170 3 p. 316-
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139 Author index 1989
169-170 3 p. 358-
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140 Author index 1986
169-170 3 p. 348-
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141 Author index 1988
169-170 3 p. R6-
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142 Authot index 1985
169-170 3 p. 346-
1 p.
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143 Averaging methods applied to quadrupolar FT-ICR perturbation problems Mitchell, Dale W.
1991
169-170 3 p. 417-434
18 p.
artikel
144 A versatile low-cost automation system for thermal ionization mass spectrometers Green, L.W.
1985
169-170 3 p. 253-265
13 p.
artikel
145 Bimolecular condensation reactions in the gas phase. The Schiff base synthesis Burinsky, David J.
1984
169-170 3 p. 303-315
13 p.
artikel
146 Biological Mass Spectrometry Adams, Jeannette
1991
169-170 3 p. 571-
1 p.
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147 Bleeding CCl2F2 as a tool to enhance the emission of metal ions and to suppress isobaric interferences by oxide ions during a multi-element analysis of rare earth elements on a thermal ionization mass spectrometer Hebeda, E.H.
1991
169-170 3 p. 227-234
8 p.
artikel
148 Book review Thomas, J.M
1984
169-170 3 p. 343-344
2 p.
artikel
149 Boron isotopic measurements by thermal ionization mass spectrometry using the negative BO2 − ion Duchateau, Nicolas L.
1983
169-170 3 p. 289-297
9 p.
artikel
150 B.P. Datta, P.S. Khodade, A.R. Parab, A.H. Goyal, S.A. Chitambar and H.C. Jain, Thermal ionisation mass spectrometry of Li2BO+ 2 ions: determination of the isotopic abundance ratio of lithium, Int. J. Mass Spectrom. Ion Processes, 116 (1992) 87-114. 1992
169-170 3 p. 247-
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151 Calculation of absolute electron impact ionization cross-section functions for single ionization of He, Ne, Ar, Kr, Xe, N and F Deutsch, H.
1987
169-170 3 p. R1-R8
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152 Calculation of space-charge effects in electrostatic lenses Martinez, G.
1988
169-170 3 p. 221-230
10 p.
artikel
153 Calculations of the number of ions generated by crossing of a focused photon beam with an effusion molecular beam Markowski, Artur
1996
169-170 3 p. 213-227
15 p.
artikel
154 Calibration of linked scan spectra for tandem double-focussing mass spectrometers Boyd, R.K.
1986
169-170 3 p. 251-263
13 p.
artikel
155 Capture of externally produced ions in an ICR cell by ion-surface collisions Frankevich, V.E.
1995
169-170 3 p. 197-202
6 p.
artikel
156 Carbanion rearrangements. The collision-induced losses of ketene from acetylacetone enolate anions Hayes, Roger N.
1986
169-170 3 p. 233-243
11 p.
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157 Characterisation of cluster ions formed from inert gas atoms plus small molecules and radicals Jonathan, P.
1986
169-170 3 p. 257-282
26 p.
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158 Characteristics of aluminosilicates as thermionic sources of Na+ and K+ ions Hogan, M.J.
1992
169-170 3 p. 249-256
8 p.
artikel
159 Characterization of a saddle-field discharge gun for FABMS using different discharge vapours Alexander, A.J.
1986
169-170 3 p. 297-311
15 p.
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160 Characterization of Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry for quantitative isotope ratio measurements Spell, Terry L.
1993
169-170 3 p. 223-239
17 p.
artikel
161 Charge collection thermal ion mass spectrometry of thorium Esat, Tezer M.
1995
169-170 3 p. 159-170
12 p.
artikel
162 Charged droplet formation in sonic spray Hirabayashi, Atsumu
1998
169-170 3 p. 277-282
6 p.
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163 Charge exchange of doubly charged organic ions at metal surfaces Mabud, M.D.A.
1986
169-170 3 p. 277-284
8 p.
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164 Charge-remote fragmentation of gas-phase ions: mechanistic and energetic considerations in the dissociation of long-chain functionalized alkanes and alkenes Wysocki, Vicki H.
1991
169-170 3 p. 179-211
33 p.
artikel
165 Charge reversal of the hydrogen dichloride anion, [ClHCl]− Hop, C.E.C.A.
1988
169-170 3 p. 331-335
5 p.
artikel
166 Charge stripping as a probe to determine the effects of ligation in metal ion complexes produced in a fast atom bombardment source McCullough, Sési M.
1991
169-170 3 p. 545-552
8 p.
artikel
167 Charging behavior of highly basic peptides during electrospray ionization. A predilection for protons Downard, Kevin M.
1995
169-170 3 p. 191-202
12 p.
artikel
168 Chemical form effects on the surface ionization of lithium halides Suzuki, Tatsuya
1995
169-170 3 p. 131-137
7 p.
artikel
169 Chemical reactivity of ionic clusters formed by laser ablation of solid oxides utilized in superconducting materials Mele, A.
1990
169-170 3 p. 359-373
15 p.
artikel
170 Chemistry of gaseous ions. Part VIII. Bond strength and mass spectrometric fragmentation of 2-methoxycinnamic acid Schaldach, B.
1984
169-170 3 p. 237-241
5 p.
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171 C4H5N+· ions studied by ion/molecule reactions and photodissociation van Tilborg, M.W.E.M.
1983
169-170 3 p. 299-312
14 p.
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172 Cluster ion formation in thermospray mass spectrometry of ammonium salts Nehring, H.
1993
169-170 3 p. 123-132
10 p.
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173 Cluster ions in the laser mass spectra of boron carbide Becker, S.
1988
169-170 3 p. 287-298
12 p.
artikel
174 Coincidence studies of the slow dissociation reactions of benzene monocations in the 21–35 eV photon energy range Braitbart, Ori
1993
169-170 3 p. 185-204
20 p.
artikel
175 Collimator efficiency in laser vaporization systems using mass spectrometric detection Ohashi, H.
1986
169-170 3 p. 313-322
10 p.
artikel
176 Collision cascade contributions in the sputtering of polyatomic ions from a glycerol matrix Hoogerbrugge, Ronald
1987
169-170 3 p. 239-246
8 p.
artikel
177 Collision-induced dissociations of enolate negative ions. Deprotonated cyclohexanones Raftery, Mark J.
1987
169-170 3 p. 267-285
19 p.
artikel
178 Collision-induced dissociations of ions from zero to 4 keV translational energy in a single apparatus Boyd, R.K.
1985
169-170 3 p. 253-270
18 p.
artikel
179 Combined experimental and ab initio molecular orbital studies on gaseous OH n 2+ species (n = 1–4) Koch, Wolfram
1985
169-170 3 p. 305-306
2 p.
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180 Comments on “Häufigkeitsverteilungen von einfach und doppelt positiv geladenen molekülionen ausgewählter chemischer elemente im funkenplasma” Märk, T.D.
1984
169-170 3 p. 325-327
3 p.
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181 Comparative study of plutonium-239, plutonium-240 and plutonium-242 spikes for determining plutonium concentration by isotope dilution-thermal ionization mass spectrometry Aggarwal, S.K.
1986
169-170 3 p. 221-231
11 p.
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182 Comparison of cation binding affinities of quinones Hall, Brad J.
1996
169-170 3 p. 123-131
9 p.
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183 Comparison of energy-resolved low-energy CAD of stable and isomerizing ions in an FT-ICR and in other tandem mass spectrometers Stirk, Krista M.
1994
169-170 3 p. 187-205
19 p.
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184 Competition between photodissociation and photoionization in alkyl nitrites Marcus, P.
1988
169-170 3 p. 319-333
15 p.
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185 Computer-controlled activation of 25/μm diameter tungsten wire for field desorption Dominic Chan, T.-W.
1991
169-170 3 p. 491-501
11 p.
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186 Construction of a mass spectrometer for sampling ions from diffusion flames Lillie, C.H.
1990
169-170 3 p. 277-287
11 p.
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187 Continuous wave laser resonance ionization mass spectrometric analysis of strontium Perera, Indral K.
1994
169-170 3 p. 225-238
14 p.
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188 Conversion of kinetic energy to internal energy in the 2-pentanone molecular ion at threshold in low-energy collisions with helium target atoms Nystrom, Jeffrey A.
1984
169-170 3 p. 263-274
12 p.
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189 Corrected data for the distribution of xenon ions produced by a saddle-field “neutral” beam source Ligon Jr., Woodfin V.
1986
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190 Correlation of spark source mass spectrometric sensitivity calibration factors with the element-sensitive physicochemical properties Datta, B.P.
1986
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191 Coulomb broadening in Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry Lin Wang, Tao-Chin
1986
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192 Crossed-beams measurements of absolute cross sections for electron impact ionization of S+ Djurić, N.
1993
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193 Curvature in the plots for the determination of rate constants derived from fast-flow techniques Upschulte, B.L.
1988
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194 Cyclic and linear isomers of C3H2 + and C3H3 +: The C3H+ + H2 reaction Smith, D.
1987
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195 Das ionenoptische magnetische sektorfeld als ein geradliniges strahlensystem linse-prisma-linse Geerk, Jens
1985
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196 Dependence of hydrocarbon mass spectra on the structure of fragments Alexandru, Gr.
1983
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197 Design and construction of LC/MS interfaces utilizing fused-silica capillary tubes as vacuum nebulizers Arpino, Patrick J.
1985
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198 Design and performance of a hybrid mass spectrometer of QEB geometry Glish, Gary L.
1986
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199 Design and performance of new drift-velocity filter for ion swarm experiments Iinuma, K.
1995
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200 Desorption of valine molecular ions using fast incident atomic and polyatomic ions Salehpour, Mehran
1988
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201 Determination of ion-ligand bond energies and ion fragmentation energies of electrospray-produced ions by collision-induced dissociation threshold measurements Anderson, Stephen G.
1995
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202 Determination of isotopic ratios of neodymium by resonance ionization mass spectrometry Smith, D.H.
1985
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203 Determination of 6Li/7Li isotope ratio using two photon resonance three photon resonance ionisation mass spectrometry Suryanarayana, M.V.
1998
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204 Determination of synthesizing mechanism of new molecules through mass spectrometry Alexandru, Gr.
1983
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205 Determination of translational energy release distributions through analysis of metastable peaks Rumpf, Bruce A.
1988
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206 Deuterium substitution effects on the dehydration of Fe+(CH3OH) n Lu, Wenyun
1998
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207 Diatomic dications of noble gas chlorides Jonathan, P.
1987
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208 Diels—Alder cycloaddition reactions induced by infrared laser desorption of samples containing mixtures of 3-indoleacrylic acid and derivatives of maleimide Rogers, Kevin
1992
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209 Difference measurements and shaped waveforms applied to Hadamard transform FT/ICR Haebel, Sophie
1995
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210 Differential translational spectroscopy as a method to study super-excited polyatomic molecules Los, J.
1989
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211 Differentiation between isomeric 1-aminocyclo-propane- 1 - carboxylic acid derivatives by means of chemical ionisation and mass selected collision induced dissociation Hamdan, M.
1993
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212 Differentiation of stereoisomeric diols by using CH3OB+OCH3 in a small Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometer Leeck, D.T.
1995
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213 Direct measurement of the rate constant for the reaction C6H5NH2 +· → C5H6 +· + CNH on the microsecond time scale Zimmerman, Jeffrey A.
1987
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214 Dissociation of the methylamine anion formed in a single electronic state to give products on two electronic-state surfaces Sweeney, Christopher W.
1988
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215 Dissociative attachment, ion pairs and electronically excited states formation in electron impact on group IV a sulfides: A maximum entropy computation Ohmichi, N.
1983
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216 Dissociative electron attachment to SF6: production of SF5 − at temperatures below 300 K Matejcik, S.
1995
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217 Dissociative electron capture collisions of the diatomic dications CO2+ and NO2+ with inert gas targets Waddell, D.S.
1989
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218 Dissociative electron capture of H2 + into H− fragments Lee, A.R.
1987
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219 Dissociative neutralization of H+ 2 and HD+ ions by electron transfer from alkali metals using a negative ion detection method Hayakawa, S.
1989
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220 Distinction between multicharged fullerene ions and their fragment ions with equal charge-to-mass Aumayr, F.
1997
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221 Double electron capture in a Landau—Zener model: a reaction window Almeida, D.P.
1990
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222 Double-focusing mass spectrometer including a Wien filter with inhomogeneous field as mass analyzer Cuna, C.
1983
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223 Double-focusing mass spectrometers of short path length Matsuda, H.
1989
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224 Double ionization of hexafluorobenzene: energies required to populate singlet and triplet electronic states of C6F6 2+ Bayliss, M.A.
1997
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225 Editorial comment to all authors Schwarz, H.
1985
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226 Effective potential of an rf cylindrical trap Lagadec, H.
1988
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227 Effect of kinetic and electronic energy on the reactions of Ti+ with H2, HD, and D2 Elkind, J.L.
1988
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228 Effect of laser focus on ion production in the laser ion source for elemental analysis Conzemius, R.J.
1984
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229 Effect of the ion stability on the fate of intermediate ion/neutral complexes Grützmacher, Hans-Friedrich
1990
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230 Effect of the transmission—reflection properties of the barrier for the activated complex on the rate of charge transfer in gaseous ion/molecule reactions Turulski, Jan
1993
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231 Effects of matrix temperature on FAB spectra: kinetic modelling of the spectra Sunner, Jan
1989
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232 Effects of matrix viscosity on FAB spectra Shiea, Jen Taie
1990
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233 Effects of reactant ion kinetic energy on both endothermic and exothermic ion/molecule reactions in a quadrupole ion trap mass spectrometer Wu, Hui-Fen
1993
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234 Effects of target identity and translational energy on collisional excitation of C+ ions Hamdan, M.
1989
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235 Electon inpact ionization 1985
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236 Electron attachment chemistry of SiCl4. Relevance to plasma reactions Moylan, Christopher R.
1990
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237 Electron capture chemistry of CBrCl3 at atmospheric pressure by mass spectrometry and the photodetachment-modulated electron capture detector Mock, R.S.
1989
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238 Electron capture-induced decomposition (ECID): A new method to study electron-capture collisions Vékey, Károly
1986
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239 Electronegativity and the reactions of XFe+ (X = Cl, Br, I) with Fe(CO)5 L. Kerley, Eric
1991
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240 Electronic excitation of NO by the ion/ion neutralization reaction between NO+ and C6F5CF3 − at thermal energy Tsuji, Masaharu
1995
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241 Electron impact fragmentation of gases by molecular beam mass spectrometry. Application to AsCl3 and a GaCl3/Ga2 Cl6 mixture Houle, F.A.
1993
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242 Electron-impact ionization of dinitrogen pentoxide O'Connor, Caroline S.S.
1996
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243 Electron-impact ionization of ozone Newson, Karl A.
1995
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244 Electron—Molecule Interactions and their Applications Comer, J.
1985
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245 Electron Spectroscopy. Volume 5. Theory, Techniques and Applications Boyd, R.K.
1985
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246 Electron transfer reactions from OCS to H2 +· Johnson, C.A.F.
1986
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247 Energies of the lowest singlet and triplet states of molecular dications determined using O+ and C+ ion double-charge-transfer spectroscopy Reid, C.J.
1991
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248 Energy deposition and fragments production resulting from gamma-ray or ion beam irradiation of an ion exchange resin Nsouli, B.
1996
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249 Energy deposition in ultraviolet laser desorption mass spectrometry of biomolecules Hillenkamp, F.
1986
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250 Energy distributions of atmospheric ions drifting in rare gases Fhadil, H.A.
1985
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251 Energy transfer in kiloelectronvolt collisional activation determined from relative yields and translational energies of fragment ions formed in collision activated decomposion of CH+ 4 ions Reid, C.J.
1991
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252 Enhanced accumulated trapping efficiency using an auxiliary trapping electrode in an external source Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometer Hofstadler, Steven A.
1995
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253 Enhanced electron-ion recombination in hydrocarbon flames by metallic additives in relation to soot suppression Goodings, John M.
1986
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254 Errata 1990
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255 Erratum to “The mechanism and thermodynamics of transesterification of acetate-ester enolates in the gas phase” Haas, George W.
1998
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256 Evaluation of an ion microprobe for organic SIMS Stoll, R.G.
1986
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257 Evaporation of charged fine droplets Hirabayashi, Atsumu
1998
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258 Evolution of an ion cloud in a Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometer during signal detection: its influence on spectral line shape and position Nikolaev, Eugene N.
1995
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259 Exact determination of spatially resolved ion concentrations in focused laser beams Witzel, B.
1998
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260 Excitation of the z motion of ions in cubic and elongated ion cyclotron resonance cells van de Guchte, W.J.
1990
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261 Experimental and computational studies of deuterated ethanols: gas-phase acidities, electron affinities and bond dissociation energies Thanh Dang, Thuy
1993
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262 Experimental and theoretical studies of the photoionization and dissociative photoionizations of vinyl chloride Sheng, Liusi
1995
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263 Experimental and theoretical study of carbon suboxide C3O2, protonated carbon suboxide C3HO2 + and C3HO2 · radical in the gas phase Tortajada, J.
1995
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264 Experimental evidence for two different structures of the H3O− ion and two different structures of the H3O+ ion Griffiths, W.J.
1988
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265 Experimental investigations of factors controlling the collision induced dissociation spectra of peptide ions in a tandem hybrid mass spectrometer. I. Leucine enkephalin Alexander, A.J.
1989
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266 Experimental signal analysis in ion mobility spectrometry Goubran, R.A.
1991
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267 External-ion accumulation in a Penning trap with quadrupole excitation assisted buffer gas cooling Hasse, H.-U.
1994
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268 External trapped ion source for ion cyclotron resonance spectrometry Kofel, P.
1989
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269 FAB mass spectra of alkali organobis-(benzene-1,2-diolato) silicates Cerveau, G.
1988
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270 FALP studies of electron attachment reactions of C6F5Cl, C6F5Br and C6F5I Herd, Charles R.
1989
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271 Fast atom bombardment mass spectrometry of polyglycols Lattimer, Robert P.
1984
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272 Fast-atom molecular secondary-ion mass spectrometry Ross, Mark M.
1983
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273 Fast-ion-induced surface tracks in bioorganic films Eriksson, J.
1998
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274 Field desorption and fast atom bombardment mass spectrometry of poly(ethylene imine) Lattimer, Robert P.
1985
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275 Formation and electrocyclization of gaseous α-phenyl-ortho-quinodimethane radical cations Barkow, Anja
1995
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276 Formation of Br− 2 in the reactions of thermal electrons with some bromomethanes and bromoethanes Smith, D.
1990
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277 Formation of iron oxides clusters induced by resonant laser ablation/ionization Maunit, B.
1996
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278 Formation of silicon carbide cluster cations and their reaction with acetylene. Unusual behavior of the disilicon carbide ions Parent, Denise C.
1992
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279 Formation of small cluster ions from alkali halides in SIMS Cox III, X.B.
1984
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280 Formula for kinetic energy release (KER) in collision-induced dissociations using momentum analysis Hayakawa, S.
1989
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281 Fragmentation characteristics of the unstable [CH3 CO] radicals generated by neutralization of [CH3CO]+ cations Hop, C.E.C.A
1991
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282 Fragmentation of acetic acid ions with selected internal energies Zha, Qingmei
1991
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283 Fragmentation of butyl acetate isomers in the drift region of an ion mobility spectrometer Eiceman, G.A.
1988
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284 Fragmentation of metastable molecular ions of acetylanisoles Sekiguchi, Osamu
1994
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285 Fragmentation of sputtered Ta cluster ions over the time range of 1 ns to 0.1 ms: lifetime and internal energy distributions Dzhemilev, N.Kh.
1995
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286 Franck-Condon barriers associated with self-exchange electron-transfer kinetics of metallocenes in the gas phase Tunuli, M.S.
1986
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287 FTMS method for high resolution matrix-assisted laser desorption McIver Jr., Robert T.
1994
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288 Fullerenes '93. The first international interdisciplinary colloquium on the science and technology of the fullerenes 1992
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289 Gas-phase chemistry of CH3 (CH2) m CHCH(CH2) nOH/Fe+ complexes (m = 2–5; n = 2–8). Evidence for chelate formation and its implication for exo- versus endocyclic CH/CC bond activation processes Prüsse, Tilmann
1991
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290 Gas phase chemistry of nitrogen containing negative ions: deprotonated nitromethane, acetone oxime, and acetone oxime o-methyl ether O'Hair, Richard A.J.
1989
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291 Gas-phase equilibria studies of C2H2N+ and C3H4N+ with CH3CN Wincel, H.
1998
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292 Gas-phase fast atom bombardment mass spectra of fullerenes and pyrene Takayama, Mitsuo
1992
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293 Gas phase hydrogen/deuterium exchange reactions in chemical ionization mass spectra of flavonoids Madhusudanan, K.P.
1984
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294 Gas phase ion chemistry of the vinylidene radical anion and the acidity of the vinyl radical Guo, Yili
1990
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295 Gas Phase Ion Chemistry, Vol. 3: Ions and Light Jennings, K.R.
1985
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296 Gas phase ionic reactions are generally stepwise processes McAdoo, David J.
1984
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297 Gas phase ion—molecule reaction rate constants through 1986 Kemper, P.
1988
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298 Gas phase methylation of methyl acetoacetate. Experimental and theoretical study Morizur, J.-P.
1992
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299 Gas-phase negative ion chemistry of platinum metal fluorides. III. Negative ions of pentafluorides Kuznetsov, S.V.
1989
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300 Gas phase protonation of alkyl and phenyl azides Attina, M.
1989
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301 Gas-phase reactions of nucleophiles with α,β-unsaturated nitriles Madhusudanan, K.P.
1990
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302 Gas phase reactions of the methylsulfinyl and methyl disulfide anions Downard, Kevin M.
1992
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303 Gas phase SN2 nucleophilic displacement reactions at atmospheric pressure by the photodetachment-modulated electron capture detector Strode, K.S.
1994
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304 Gas phase substitution reactions by radical cations de Koster, C.G.
1990
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305 Generation of argon and Ar-Al complex clusters, (Ar)+ n , (Ar) n Al+ from bubbles in aluminium metal by argon ion bombardment Katakuse, I.
1990
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306 G.L.R. Mair, liquid metal ion sources and their applications 1992
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307 Guide for authors 1993
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308 Guide for authors 1993
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309 Harmonic signal enhancement in ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry using multiple electrode detection Pan, Y.
1988
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310 Heat of formation for the formyl cation by photoionization mass spectrometry Traeger, John C.
1985
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311 Heavy ion induced desorption mass spectrometry of Langmuir-Blodgett films built from cadmium salts of fatty acids Schmidt, R.
1990
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312 Heteropolyatomic ions in a spark source: the barium titanate system Gautier, Eduardo A.
1989
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313 High desorption—ionization yields of large biomolecules induced by fast C60 projectiles Brunelle, A.
1997
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314 Higher order non-linear resonances in a Paul trap Alheit, R.
1996
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315 High intensity laser mass spectrometry — a review Ledingham, K.W.D.
1997
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316 High-precision determination of osmium and rhenium isotope ratios by in situ oxygen isotope ratio correction using negative thermal ionization mass spectrometry Liu, Yongzhong
1998
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317 High precision isotopic measurement of chlorine by thermal ionization mass spectrometry of the Cs2Cl+ ion Xiao, Y.-K.
1992
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318 High precision mass spectrometric analysis of isotopic abundance ratios in nitrous oxide by direct injection of N2O Tanaka, Noriyuki
1995
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319 High pressure investigations of positive ion/molecule reactions in pure sulfur hexafluoride and in a mixture of sulfur hexafluoride and argon Bederski, Krzysztof
1996
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320 H2O and D2O total ionization cross-sections by electron impact Djurić, N.Lj.
1988
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321 Hypohalous acidium ions Egsgaard, Helge
1992
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322 Identification of isobaric interferences. A computer program for ion microprobe mass spectral data Eugster, O.
1985
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323 Improvement of the electric field in the cylindrical trapped-ion cell Naito, Yasuhide
1992
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324 Influence of electronic excitation in the charge reversal of halogenated cations Leyh, Bernard
1991
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325 Influence of ion source geometry in spark source mass spectrometric analysis Vos, L.
1984
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326 Influence of laser parameters on the detection efficiency of sputtered neutrals mass spectrometry based on non-resonant multiphoton ionization Kaesdorf, S.
1992
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327 Influence of spark generator parameters in the analysis of graphite electrodes by spark source mass spectrometry Vos, L.
1984
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328 Influence of target preparation in secondary ion mass spectrometry: molecular mass determination of a pterin isolated from dictyostelium discoideum Blais, J.C.
1991
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329 Influence of the inhomogeneity of an electron beam on the stability of the ion current in an ion source with an effusion molecular beam Marcinkowska, El&ż;bieta
1993
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330 Influence of the ion source location in multiphoton ionisation mass spectrometry of polyatomic molecules Esposito, F.
1989
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331 Infrared laser-induced desorption of neutral organic compounds from frozen aqueous solution followed by single-photon ionization Becker, C.H.
1990
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332 Integral cross-section measurement for rare gas ion/atom collisions Hamilton, P.A.
1984
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333 Interference effects caused by oxidation and reduction processes in fast atom bombardment mass spectrometry Vékey, Kàroly
1990
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334 Interstellar Chemistry Smith, D.
1985
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335 Ion and neutral beam tracking with a microchannel plate array detector Delmore, J.E.
1986
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336 Ion chemistry of phosphorus in hydrocarbon flames Hassanali, Carl S.
1990
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337 Ion current surfaces for a tandem double-focussing mass spectrometer with a floatable gas collision cell Boyd, R.K.
1985
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338 Ion extraction from the cathode-fall region of Ar, N2 and O2 discharges Healy, D.
1986
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339 Ion formation and acceleration with pulsed surface ionization: Two modes for time-of-flight mass spectrometry Möller, Kenneth
1984
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340 Ionic Lewis superacids in the gas phase. Part 4. CF+ 3 initiated ion/molecule reaction patterns in the γ-radiolysis of CF4/n-bases gaseous mixtures Grandinetti, Felice
1994
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341 Ionic Processes in the Gas Phase Maccoll, A.
1984
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342 Ionization in the gas phase with fast atom bombardment. Formation of molecular ions Bojesen, Gustav
1986
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343 Ion/molecular reactions as an effect of crossing a highly non-homogeneous effusion molecular beam with an electron beam Michalak, Leszek
1988
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344 Ion/molecule reaction and ion evaporation in atmospheric pressure spray ionization Hirabayashi, Atsumu
1992
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345 Ion-molecule reactions relevant to Titan's ionosphere McEwan, Murray J.
1998
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346 Ion/neutral mass spectrometry of thermal ionizers: application to ionization mechanisms from zeolites Delmore, J.E.
1996
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347 Ion trajectories and imaging aberrations in an imperfectly shaped toroidal energy analyser Boerboom, A.J.H.
1989
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348 Ion-trap SIMS analysis of pinacolyl methylphosphonic acid on soil Ingram, J.C.
1998
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349 Iron isotope ratio measurements with the thermal ionization technique using a compact quadrupole mass spectrometer Götz, Adolf
1988
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350 Isomer-induced metastable decay of (C4H10) n C4H+ 7 cluster ions Foltin, M.
1991
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351 Isomerization of 1,6-dimethylcyclohexadienyl cations obtained in the gas phase from insertion of ortho-tolylium ions into methane at 1–3 atm pressure. Does it involve excited or thermal species? Speranza, Maurizio
1996
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352 Isotope effects in thermal ionization of LiCl Boerboom, A.J.H.
1989
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353 Isotopic analysis of rare earth elements by total vaporization of samples in thermal ionization mass spectrometry Dubois, J.C.
1992
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354 Is propylene oxide a case of non-ergodic behavior? Lifshitz, C.
1986
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355 Kinetic energy release of F− desorption from condensed CF4 following low energy electron impact Le Coat, Y.
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356 Laser-ion beam photodissociation studies of C3H3Br+ and C3H3Cl+ Krailler, R.E.
1985
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357 Laser ionization mass spectrometry of YBa2Cu3O7−x superconductors Dietze, H.-J.
1988
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358 Laser single photon ionization mass spectrometry of linear, branched and cyclic hexanes Steenvoorden, R.J.J.M.
1991
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359 Limits to fourier transform—ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry for atomic mass measurements Herold, L.K.
1990
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360 Long-lived excited states of halocarbon cations identified in high-resolution charge-stripping experiments Langford, M.L.
1990
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361 Low blank rhenium isotope ratio determinations by V2O5 coated nickel filaments using negative thermal ionization mass spectrometry Walczyk, Thomas
1994
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362 Low energy acetoin ions CH3C(O)C(H)(OH)CH3 .+ decompose to CH3CO. and CH3CHOH+ via a remarkable “hidden rearrangement” Suh, Dennis
1995
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363 Mass-dependent dynamics of the luminescent exchange reactions C+(2P), P+(3P) + H2, D2, HD Glenewinkel-Meyer, Th.
1995
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364 Mass distribution and multiple fragmentation events in high energy cluster—cluster collisions: evidence for a predicted phase transition Farizon, B.
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365 Mass distributions and geometrical configurations of gold clusters (Au) n + obtained in a hydrodynamic ion source Katakuse, I.
1989
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366 Mass distributions of binary aluminium cluster anions Al n X m − (X = O, S, P, As, C) Liu, Zhao-Yang
1995
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367 Mass resolution of 10 000 in a laser ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometer Walter, K.
1986
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368 Mass spectra of organic and inorganic samples obtained using spontaneous desorption mass spectrometry Nees, B.
1989
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369 Mass-spectrometric determination of the enthalpies of dissociation of gaseous complex fluorides into neutral and charged particles. VIII. MF-GaF3 systems (M = Li, Na, K, Rb, Cs) Zhuravleva, L.V.
1985
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370 Mass spectrometric investigation of some substituted aniline isobaric ions by electron impact Abd El-Kader, F.H.
1984
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371 Mass spectrometric studies on hydrogen-bonded clusters produced via supersonic expansions. IV. Temperature-dependent fragmentations in the electron-impact ionization of acetic acid dimer and trimer Mori, Yoshihiro
1988
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372 Mass spectrometric studies on hydrogen-bonded clusters produced via supersonic expansions. V. Mass spectra of acetic acid trimer and monomer—dimer—trimer distribution Mori, Yoshihiro
1988
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373 Mass spectrometric study of resonance electron capture by molecules of 3-substituted myristic acids Voinov, V.G.
1992
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374 Mass spectrometry as a tool to probe the gas-phase reactivity of neutral molecules Schalley, Christoph A.
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375 Mass spectrometry of five ketene dimers Olivares, José A.
1984
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376 Mass spectrometry of solutions: a new simple interface for the direct introduction of liquid samples Brauers, Franz
1990
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377 Mass transport and ion pairing effects in electrohydrodynamic mass spectrometry Reynolds, Johnny D.
1990
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378 Mass transport effects in electrohydrodynamic mass spectrometry Callahan, John H.
1987
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379 Mathematical modelling of secondary ion energy spectra Adriaens, A.
1993
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380 Matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization with nitrogen lasers of different pulse widths Dreisewerd, Klaus
1996
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381 Matrix-assisted UV and IR laser desorption—ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometry of diamminoplatinum)II) oligodeoxyribonucleotide adducts and their unplatinated analogs Costello, Catherine E.
1994
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382 Measured and calculated double-ionization energies of the chlorofluoroethane molecules CF3CF2Cl, CF3CFCl2, CF3CCl3, CF2ClCF2Cl, CF2ClCFCl2, CF2ClCCl3, CFCl2CFCl2 and CFCl2CCl3 Griffiths, W.J.
1993
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383 Measurement of molecular weight distribution of a complex system using mass spectrometry Sheu, Eric Y.
1991
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384 Measurement of molecular weight distribution of a complex system using mass spectrometry. Part 2. The recovery of fragmentation Sheu, Eric Y.
1993
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385 Measurement of the characteristics of a triode lithium-ion gun with thermal emission Wizemann, H.D.
1986
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386 Measurements of the kinetic energy released in decompositions of proton-bound dimers of primary amines Lund, Kirsten H.
1996
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387 Mechanism for an ion accumulation process in external source fourier transform mass spectrometers Beu, S.C.
1990
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388 Mechanism for high-mass sample ion desolvation in electrohydrodynamic mass spectrometry Mahoney, John F.
1987
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389 Mechanistic study of the collisionally activated dissociation of alkoxide anions Haib, J.
1990
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390 Mehrfach geladene ionen kondensierter aromatischer ringsysteme in Funken-Massenspektren Becker, S.
1983
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391 Metal halide vapour complexes: Mass spectrometry McPhail, D.S.
1984
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392 Metastable McLafferty rearrangement reaction in the electron impact ionization of stearic acid methyl ester Takayama, Mitsuo
1995
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393 MeV ion sputtering of polymers: observation of a secondary ion emission dependence on the crystallinity of PEEK and PET films Nsouli, B.
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394 Mobilities of HCN+·, H2CN+, C2N+, C2N2 +· and C2H3N+· in helium at 293 K Harland, P.W.
1984
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395 Model for charged cluster stability based on polyhedral arrangement of point charges Mahoney, John F.
1988
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396 Models for mass-independent space and energy focusing in time-of-flight mass spectrometry Yefchak, George E.
1989
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397 Molecular sputtering and damage induced by kiloelectron ions in organic monolayer—metal systems Galera, R.
1991
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398 Multifragmentation of fullerenes: a molecular dynamics statistical trajectory ensemble study of a cross-beam experiment Schulte, Jürgen
1995
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399 Multiphoton ionization of aniline, aniline-15N and aniline-2,3,4,5,6-d 5: ionization and fragmentation mechanisms Zimmerman, Jeffrey A.
1990
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400 Multiphoton ionization of vanadocene and ferrocene at 248 and 193 nm. Wavelength-dependent competition between dissociation and ionization Opitz, Joachim
1992
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401 Multiple-sector isotope-ratio mass spectrometer design for high transmission efficiency Stoffel(s), J.J.
1991
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402 Negative ion fragmentations of deprotonated heterocycles. The isothiazole, thiazole, isoxazole, and oxazole ring systems Adams, Gregory W.
1992
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403 Negative ions formed at grid surfaces in a flux of excited Cs atoms and ions Lundin, Jörgen
1992
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404 Negative surface ionization mass spectrometry of atmospheric iodine Kishi, Hiroshi
1988
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405 Negative thermal ionization mass spectrometry of main group elements Part 2. 6th group: sulfur, selenium and tellurium Wachsmann, M.
1992
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406 Neutralization—reionization experiments with a cell containing potassium vapour Burgers, Peter C.
1990
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407 New ion-optical devices utilizing oscillatory electric fields. III. Stability of ion motion in a two-dimensional octopole field Hägg, Conny
1986
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408 New ion-optical devices utilizing oscillatory electric fields. II. Stability of ion motion in a two-dimensional hexapole field Hägg, Conny
1986
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409 New ion-optical devices utilizing oscillatory electric fields. I. Principle of operation and analytical theory of multipole devices with two-dimensional electric fields Szabo, Imre
1986
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410 New ion-optical devices utilizing oscillatory electric fields. IV. Computer simulations of the transport of an ion beam through an ideal quadrupole, hexapole, and octopole operating in the rf-only mode Hägg, Conny
1986
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411 New measurement of the proton-electron mass ratio Van Dyck Jr., R.S.
1985
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412 Ninth Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Society for Mass Spectrometry 1984
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413 Nitrogen negative ions observed from NO and N2 molecules Relkin, Perla
1987
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414 N2O: A case study for acceleration region kinetics in a double-focusing mass spectrometer with a conventional nier-type ion source Koyanagi, Gregory K.
1989
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415 Non-linear optimization of cylindrical electrostatic lenses Vertes, A.
1988
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416 Novel stable ion/dipole complexes of HF and HCl with halocarbenes Apeloig, Yitzhak
1984
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417 Observation, in mass spectra and charge-inversion spectra, of the anions of some diatomic species containing B, Si or P atoms Reid, C.J.
1993
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418 Observation, in mass spectra and charge-inversion spectra, of the anions of some diatomic species containing B, Si or P atoms Reid, C.J.
1993
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419 Observation of dinegatively charged oxygen cluster ions (O2) x 2− (x = 3, 5, 7, 9) Leiter, K.
1986
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420 Observation of mixed molecular cluster ions in matrix-assisted UV laser desorption/ionization of high mass protein mixtures Perera, I.K.
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421 Observation of noncovalent complexes using laser-induced liquid beam ionization/desorption Kleinekofort, Wolfgang
1996
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422 On-line monitoring of volatile organic compounds at pptv levels by means of proton-transfer-reaction mass spectrometry (PTR-MS) medical applications, food control and environmental research Lindinger, W.
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423 On some peculiarities of the low temperature fast atom bombardment mass spectra of ethanol Boryak, O.A.
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424 On the additivity of intermolecular potential functions in ion/neutral-molecule interactions Ruangpornvisuti, Vithaya W.
1986
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425 On the atomic weight of lithium Lamberty, A.
1987
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426 On the dead-time correction of ion counting systems during gated raster SIMS measurements Traxlmayr, Ulrich
1984
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427 On the detection of large organic ions by secondary electron production Hedin, A.
1987
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428 On the dissociation dynamics of energy-selected dimethylether ions Nishimura, Toshihide
1992
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429 On the energy barrier for 1,2-elimination of methane from the dimethyloxonium cation Nguyen, Minh Tho
1993
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430 On the field potential and ion optical properties of the toroidal condenser with imperfectly shaped electrodes Yavor, M.I.
1991
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431 On the formation of boron—nitrogen clusters in a laser-induced plasma Seifert, G.
1988
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432 On the mechanism of Fe+-mediated CH/CC bond activation as studied by intramolecular kinetic isotope effects Schröder, Detlef
1991
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433 On the mechanism of ion formation in spontaneous desorption time-of-flight mass spectrometry Della-Negra, S.
1987
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434 On the rearrangement of the cyanomethyl cation derived from gaseous acetonitrile Wincel, H.
1990
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435 On the role of ion/dipole complexes in the isomerization/dissociation reactions of ionized acetic acid and its enol in the gas phase. An ab initio molecular orbital study Heinrich, Nikolaus
1987
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436 On the structure and isomerization/dissociation reactions of C3H6N+ generated by methylation of acetonitrile in the gas phase Wincel, H.
1989
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437 On the validity of using isotope dilution measurements in atomic weight determinations Rosman, K.J.R.
1984
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438 Operation and mass resolution of a time-of-flight mass spectrometer with electron impact ionization and rapid field reversal Holmlid, Leif
1984
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439 Optical, energy and mass dispersive properties of the spherotron Cherepin, V.
1994
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440 Optically enhanced electron attachment by p-benzoquinone Gordon, R.L.
1997
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441 Optimization of a fixed-volume open geometry trapped ion cell for Fourier transform ion cyclotron mass spectrometry Vartanian, Victor H.
1995
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442 Oxygen-18 incorporation in NICI mass spectrometry: the role of O2, H2O and rhenium oxides in surface-assisted oxidation reactions Stemmler, Elizabeth A.
1995
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443 Parasitic aberrations in static sector field mass analyzers and their correction. Part 1. First order approximation Yavor, M.I.
1993
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444 Partial doubly differential cross-sections for the ionization of H2 by electron impact Pal, Satyendra
1998
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445 Peak shape analysis for collisionally activated dissociation in mass-analyzed ion kinetic energy spectrometry Kim, Byung Joo
1990
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446 Performance characteristics of an r.f.-only quadrupole Dawson, P.H.
1985
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447 Perspectives of mass spectrometric elemental analysis without reference materials Ramendik, G.I.
1998
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448 Photodissociation in a quadrupole ion trap mass spectrometer using a fiber optic interface Louris, J.N.
1987
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449 Photodissociation of transition metal β-diketonates Fukuda, Elaine K.
1985
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450 Photodissociation spectroscopic observation of some hydrocarbon ion rearrangements Dunbar, Robert C.
1985
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451 Photoelectron Spectroscopy Harris, F.M.
1984
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452 Photoionization of propynal in the gas phase Opitz, Joachim
1991
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453 Positive and negative ions in silane and disilane multipole discharges Perrin, J.
1984
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454 Positive mass identification on an ion microprobe mass analyser by use of a digital squarer module Gries, W.H.
1984
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455 Positron ionization mass spectrometry. II: ionization by fast positrons McLuckey, Scott A.
1990
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456 Positron ionization mass spectrometry. I: instrumentation Donohue, David L.
1990
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457 Practical Aspects of Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry Games, D.E.
1985
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458 Practical positron catching in a Penning trap Dehmelt, Hans
1995
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459 Prospects for the involvement of transition metals in the chemistry of diffuse interstellar clouds: formation of FeH+ by radiative association Irikura, Karl K.
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460 Proton and methyl cation attack during CIMS of bromocyclopropane Colosimo, M.
1985
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461 Protonated NF3O. A G2MS theoretical study on the structure, stability, and interconversion of the (NF3O)H+ isomers Grandinetti, Felice
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462 Quadrupole mass filters with varying mathieu parameter Dawson, P.H.
1988
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463 Quantitative time-of-flight mass spectrometry applied to study tungsten(VI) oxide halide decomposition reactions relevant to discharge lamp chemistry Upton, J.R.
1990
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464 Quenching of Ar+(2 P 1 2 ) at high pressures in an electron-impact ion source Birkinshaw, K.
1988
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465 Radiative cooling rate of 9-cyanophenanthrene ions by time-resolved photodissociation thermometry Ho, Yen-Peng
1996
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466 Reaction of C2H·+ 2 with CF3COOC2H5, ClCH2CN and CH3PH: the bond energy D(C2HH) Dotan, I.
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467 Reactions of acetaldehyde, ethanol, methyl ether, and acetone with cobalt(+1) in the wake of a spark Ackerman, E.Smoak
1984
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468 Reactions of C2 and C3 hydrocarbon ions with H, D, H2 and D2 at near-thermal energies Hansel, A.
1989
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469 Reactions of Fe− with acids: gas-phase acidity and bond energy of FeH Stevens Miller, Amy E.
1993
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470 Reactions of HNNO+ and NNOH+ ions with CH4 and NO as a function of relative kinetic energy Javahery, G.
1990
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471 Reactions of H3O+ and OH− ions with some organic molecules; applications to trace gas analysis in air Španěl, Patrik
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472 Reactions of metal oxide anions Keesee, R.G.
1993
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473 Reactions of SiF5 − with atmospheric trace gases: ion chemistry for chemical ionization detection of HNO3 in the troposphere Huey, L.Gregory
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474 Recoil ion mass spectrometry. Part 2. Formation of slow, multiply charged recoil ions in collisions of fast negative ions with Ar and Kr atoms Rajgara, F.A.
1993
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475 Recoil ion mass spectrometry: systematic studies of slow, multiply-charged recoil ion production in collisions of fast fluorine ions with Ar and Kr atoms Mathur, D.
1990
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476 Recollections of Wade Fite's early career Branscomb, LewisM.
1993
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477 Recommendations for nomenclature and symbolism for mass spectroscopy Todd, John F.J.
1995
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478 Reinvestigation of the photodissociation kinetics of m-iodotoluene molecular ion Yoon Sung Cho,
1995
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479 Relative cross-sections and kinetic energy release values in dissociative negative ion formation by successive single-electron transfer from alkali metal targets Hayakawa, S.
1992
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480 Report on preliminary experience with total evaporation measurements in thermal ionization mass spectrometry Fiedler, R.
1994
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481 Resonance excitation of ions stored in a quadrupole ion trap Part III. Introduction to the field interpolation simulation method E. March, Raymond
1991
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482 Resonance ionization mass spectrometry of technetium Downey, S.W.
1984
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483 Resonance ionization spectroscopy 1986 Harrison, W.W.
1988
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484 Revision of the mechanism of Co+-mediated CH/CC bond activation of n-hexanol in the gas phase Prüsse, Tilmann
1991
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485 R.f.-spark source mass spectrometric studies of molecular ions Datta, B.P.
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486 Secondary emission mass spectrometer, application and evaluation Kelner, L.
1984
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487 Secondary ion mass spectrometric study of probes exposed to a tokamak plasma Hashmi, M.
1986
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488 Secondary ion mass spectrometry of sodium nitrate: comparison of ReO4 − and Cs+ primary ions Groenewold, G.S.
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489 Second-order space-time transfer matrix of the two-stage electrostatic mirror Ioanoviciu, Damaschin
1989
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490 Selected ion flow drift tube studies of the reaction of Si+ (2P) with C2H4. Observation of the ternary reaction with two channels: collisional stabilization and collisional dissociation Glosik, J.
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491 Selected-ion flow tube studies of HC3N Knight, J.S.
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492 Selected ion flow tube studies of the gas-phase reactions of O·−, O2 ·− and OH− with a variety of brominated compounds Thomas, R.
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493 Selected ion flow tube studies of the reactions of the isomers C2H5OH2 + and (CH3)2OH+ with a series of molecules Matthews, Kelly K.
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494 SF− 6 production via excimer-mediated electron attachment to mixed rare gas/SF6 clusters Foltin, M.
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495 SIFT studies of the reactions of H3O+, NO+ and O2 + with several ethers Španěl, Patrik
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496 Silicon-induced enhancement in secondary ion emission from silicates Shimizu, N.
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497 Silicon technology in ion detection—a high resolution detector array Birkinshaw, K.
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498 Simple theory of the charge transfer rate in ion/molecule reactions. 3. Refinement in mathematical treatment Turulski, Jan
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499 SIMS spectra of alcohols and the phase explosion model of desorption ionization Sunner, Jan
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500 Single and double charge transfer of He2+ ions with molecules at near-thermal energies Tosh, R.E.
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501 Single-electron capture by Cl2+(4 S, 2 D, 2 P) from rare-gas targets Hamdan, M.
1988
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502 Site of protonation of aromatic compounds: A neutralization-reionization study McMahon, Adam W.
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503 Some characteristics of matrix-assisted UV laser desorption/ionization mass spectrometric analysis of large proteins Perera, I.K.
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504 Some stratosphere-related aspects of the gas-phase ion chemistry of acetonitrile-water mixtures Iraqi, M.
1986
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505 Spontaneous desorption: field assisted ion induced desorption mass spectrometry McAfee, C.D.
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506 Sputtering theory and secondary organic ions Falcone, G.
1988
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507 Stabilities of fast atom bombardment desorbed alkali metal adducts of pyrimidine molecules Cole, Richard B.
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508 Stability of the ion current in an ion source with non-homogeneous focused photon and effusion molecular beams Markowski, Artur
1996
169-170 3 p. 141-149
9 p.
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509 State-selective electron capture by Xe q+ ions from rare gas atoms Hormis, W.G.
1987
169-170 3 p. 263-276
14 p.
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510 Structural characterization and distinction of isobaric NCCCO− and NCCNN− and their neutral analogues in the gas phase Muedas, César A.
1992
169-170 3 p. R17-R22
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511 Structure et role des complexes ions/molecules durant le rearrangement de McLafferty: etude ab initio du systeme [CH2CHOH]+·/CH2CH2 Bouchoux, G.
1989
169-170 3 p. 197-209
13 p.
artikel
512 Structures, energetics and fragmentation pathways of C n H2 2+ carbodications Burdick, G.W.
1985
169-170 3 p. 315-333
19 p.
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513 Studies in cluster ion formation. Part III. Collision-induced dissociation of the cluster ions of tetraalkylammonium halide salts Tolun, Emirgül
1987
169-170 3 p. 237-248
12 p.
artikel
514 Studies in gaseous ion chemistry using a hybrid BEQQ mass spectrometer Harrison, Alex G.
1989
169-170 3 p. 321-328
8 p.
artikel
515 Studies of dissociative electron attachment to the free radicals CCl3 and CCl2Br using the FALP apparatus Adams, N.G.
1988
169-170 3 p. 243-253
11 p.
artikel
516 Study of sulfur-containing molecules in the EUV region. V. CS2 + (Ã → X̃) and COS+ (Ã → X̃) fluorescence excitation functions Wu, C.Y.Robert
1986
169-170 3 p. 303-315
13 p.
artikel
517 Study of the analytical characteristics of an aperiodic RF mass spectrometer by computer simulation Eng, Robert
1984
169-170 3 p. 249-261
13 p.
artikel
518 Study of the background currents in the radio frequency mass spectrometer Eng, Robert
1984
169-170 3 p. 303-313
11 p.
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519 Subject index 1998
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520 Subject index 1998
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521 Subject index 1998
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522 Subject index 1992
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523 Subject index 1995
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524 Subject index 1993
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525 Subject index 1995
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526 Subject index 1992
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527 Subject index 1991
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528 Subject index 1992
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529 Subject index 1995
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530 Subject index 1991
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531 Subject index 1996
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532 Subject index 1996
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533 Subject index 1994
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534 Subject index 1993
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535 Subject index 1993
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536 Subject index 1991
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537 Subject index 1992
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4 p.
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538 Subject index 1995
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539 Subject index 1991
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540 Subject index 1994
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541 Subject index 1992
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3 p.
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542 Subject index 1995
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543 Subject index 1997
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4 p.
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544 Subject index 1997
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545 Subject index 1983
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546 Subject index 1985
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2 p.
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547 Subject index 1988
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548 Subject index 1985
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549 Subject index 1987
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550 Subject index 1984
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3 p.
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551 Subject index 1987
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2 p.
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552 Subject index 1990
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2 p.
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553 Subject index 1984
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3 p.
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554 Subject index 1984
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3 p.
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555 Subject index 1984
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2 p.
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556 Subject index 1986
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2 p.
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557 Subject index 1990
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2 p.
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558 Subject index 1989
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2 p.
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559 Subject index 1984
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2 p.
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560 Subject index 1986
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2 p.
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561 Subject index 1989
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3 p.
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562 Subject index 1989
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2 p.
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563 Subject index 1984
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3 p.
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564 Subject index 1989
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565 Subject index 1990
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566 Subject index 1985
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3 p.
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567 Subject index 1989
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568 Subject index 1988
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569 Subject index 1986
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3 p.
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570 Subject index 1987
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571 Subject index 1990
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572 Subject index 1988
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573 Subject index 1986
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3 p.
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574 Subject index 1990
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575 Subject Index 1986
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2 p.
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576 Subject index 1985
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2 p.
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577 Subject index 1988
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578 Surface induced dissociation for tandem time-of-flight mass spectrometry Williams, Evan R.
1993
169-170 3 p. 233-241
9 p.
artikel
579 Surface-induced dissociation of molecular ions Mabud, Md.A.
1985
169-170 3 p. 285-294
10 p.
artikel
580 Surface ionization mass spectrometry of organic compounds. II. Nitrogen-containing cyclic organic compounds Fujii, Toshihiro
1987
169-170 3 p. 221-230
10 p.
artikel
581 Surface structure investigations using plasma desorption mass spectrometry and coincidence counting VanStipdonk, M.
1993
169-170 3 p. 133-141
9 p.
artikel
582 Symposium on element trace analysis by mass spectrometry 1987
169-170 3 p. 354-
1 p.
artikel
583 Temperature and size-dependent fragmentation of carbon dioxide clusters Romanowski, G.
1984
169-170 3 p. 277-288
12 p.
artikel
584 Temperature-programmed desorption of water from fumed silica, silica/titania, and silica/alumina Gun'ko, V.M.
1998
169-170 3 p. 161-179
19 p.
artikel
585 Testing the performance of a VUV photoionization source on a double focussing mass spectrometer using alkanes and thiophenes Bobeldijk, M.
1991
169-170 3 p. 179-194
16 p.
artikel
586 The Ar1 photoionization mass spectrum of silane: Observation of the SiH4 +· molecular ion Genuit, W.
1984
169-170 3 p. 341-344
4 p.
artikel
587 The CCl4 dication revisited Drewello, Thomas
1986
169-170 3 p. 313-315
3 p.
artikel
588 The characterization of neutral species formed by electron impact on ethene, propene, isobutene, cis-2-butene and trans-2-butene Flesch, Gerald D.
1984
169-170 3 p. 295-302
8 p.
artikel
589 The dissociation channels of silver clusters Ag n +, 3 ≤ n ≤ 20 Krückeberg, S.
1996
169-170 3 p. 141-148
8 p.
artikel
590 The dissociation energies and mechanism of energy-selected bromo- and iodo-butanes Oliveria, M.C.
1988
169-170 3 p. 299-318
20 p.
artikel
591 The effect of collisionally induced dissociation in balloon-borne stratospheric mass spectrometry of positive ions Fussen, D.
1989
169-170 3 p. 301-317
17 p.
artikel
592 The effect of ion excitation on the formation of metastable states of D3 16O and D2F in fast charge transfer reactions Raksit, Asit B.
1987
169-170 3 p. 299-306
8 p.
artikel
593 The effects of saturation and substitution on the mobility of protonated cyclic compounds Karpas, Zeev
1990
169-170 3 p. 291-297
7 p.
artikel
594 The energies of triplet states of CO2+ 2 and OCS2+ ions. An experimental investigation by double-charge-transfer spectroscopy Griffiths, W.J.
1989
169-170 3 p. 349-357
9 p.
artikel
595 The gas-phase ion chemistry of an enol/aldehyde pair: 2,2-dimesitylethenol and 2,2-dimesitylethanal Rabin, Irene
1986
169-170 3 p. 301-320
20 p.
artikel
596 The gas-phase ion chemistry of crowded, triaryl-substituted keto/enol pairs Uggerud, Einar
1986
169-170 3 p. 287-302
16 p.
artikel
597 The heat of formation of (CH3O)2B+ Ranatunga, T.D.
1993
169-170 3 p. L1-L4
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598 The ideal mass analyzer: Fact or fiction? Brunée, C.
1987
169-170 3 p. R10-
1 p.
artikel
599 The influence of stagnation pressure and electron energy on the unimolecular decomposition of CO2 microclusters Romanowski, G.
1986
169-170 3 p. 247-257
11 p.
artikel
600 The influences of the extended fringing fields of an electrostatic ion mirror on ion trajectories and flight times Sakurai, T.
1992
169-170 3 p. 231-239
9 p.
artikel
601 The intensity of metal hydride peaks in secondary positive-ion spectra from silicates Long, J.V.P.
1984
169-170 3 p. 307-318
12 p.
artikel
602 The ion—dipole complex [CH2/H2O]+: Its generation as a stable species in the gas phase from protonated β-alanine Heerma, W.
1988
169-170 3 p. R1-R5
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603 The isomerization of C6H6 radical cations. A comparison of photodissociation results with semi-empirical molecular orbital calculations van der Hart, W.J.
1994
169-170 3 p. 173-186
14 p.
artikel
604 The isotope effect associated with the loss of an oxygen atom from [CO2D]+ ions Burgers, Peter C.
1983
169-170 3 p. 283-288
6 p.
artikel
605 The isotopic composition of antimony De Laeter, J.R.
1988
169-170 3 p. 311-318
8 p.
artikel
606 The isotopic composition of tin Rosman, K.J.R.
1984
169-170 3 p. 281-291
11 p.
artikel
607 The Lamont—Doherty Geological Observatory Isolab 54 isotope ratio mass spectrometer England, J.G.
1992
169-170 3 p. 201-240
40 p.
artikel
608 The mass spectrometry of neutral species produced from mass-selected ions by collision and by charge exchange. Experiments with tandem collision gas cells Holmes, John L.
1986
169-170 3 p. 249-264
16 p.
artikel
609 The negative ion mass spectra of deprotonated 2,5-diketopiperazines Wabnitz, Paul A.
1996
169-170 3 p. 193-201
9 p.
artikel
610 The neutralization—reionization mass spectrum of C + 60 Wong, Thomas
1992
169-170 3 p. R23-R29
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611 The non-linear ion trap. Part 3. Multipole components in three types of practical ion trap Wang, Y.
1994
169-170 3 p. 155-172
18 p.
artikel
612 The non-resonant multiphoton ionization and fragmentation of benzene, phenylacetylene and benzonitrile Martin, William B.
1984
169-170 3 p. 277-294
18 p.
artikel
613 The operation of a quadrupole mass filter with the d.c. voltage removed when sampling ions from a source at high pressure and temperature Hayhurst, A.N.
1995
169-170 3 p. L29-L33
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614 Theoretical mass and energy upper limits for thermal ions in Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry May, Michael A.
1992
169-170 3 p. 193-205
13 p.
artikel
615 The performance of an ion mobility spectrometer for use with laser ionization Gormally, John
1991
169-170 3 p. 441-451
11 p.
artikel
616 The proton affinity of cyanogen and ion/molecule reactions of C2N2 + Petrie, Simon A.H.
1989
169-170 3 p. 241-250
10 p.
artikel
617 The proton affinity of nitrogen dioxide Polley Jr., Charles W.
1984
169-170 3 p. 333-337
5 p.
artikel
618 The reaction of linear nitriles with transition metal ions M+ (M = Fe, Co, Ni) in the gas phase. Does the back-bonding ability of the metal ions govern the geometry of the RCN/M+ complexes and what is the effect on the oxidative addition of internal CH bonds? Lebrilla, Carlito B.
1987
169-170 3 p. 287-294
8 p.
artikel
619 The reactions of Ar +·(2 P 3 2 ) and Ar +·(2 P 1 2 ) with H2 over the collision energy range 0.04–0.2 eV Hamdan, M.
1984
169-170 3 p. 297-302
6 p.
artikel
620 The reactions of Cu2+(CH3CN) n (n = 2–4) and Cu2+(CH3CN)3(H2O) at low collision energy with neutral molecules in a triple sector quadrupole instrument Seto, Carmai
1998
169-170 3 p. 263-276
14 p.
artikel
621 The reactions of the highly polar ion ArD3 + with C3H8 and C4H10 Praxmarer, C.
1996
169-170 3 p. 189-193
5 p.
artikel
622 The reactivity of C+ 60 and C2+ 60 Lifshitz, C.
1991
169-170 3 p. 565-569
5 p.
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623 The resolution of charge-stripping peaks using charge exchange in a multi-sector mass spectrometer Kingston, Eric E.
1984
169-170 3 p. 317-333
17 p.
artikel
624 Thermal dissociation and positive ionization of potassium chloride on tungsten Kawano, Hiroyuki
1991
169-170 3 p. 393-407
15 p.
artikel
625 Thermal electron detachment rate constants for azulene− at atmospheric pressure by the photodetachment-modulated electron capture detector Mock, R.S.
1989
169-170 3 p. 293-303
11 p.
artikel
626 The stability of [CCl4]+·, [Cl2CClCl]+·, their dications, and neutral counterparts Hop, C.E.C.A.
1988
169-170 3 p. 285-294
10 p.
artikel
627 The structure and mobility in air of protonated ketones Karpas, Zeev
1991
169-170 3 p. 435-440
6 p.
artikel
628 The thermal energy reactions HCl+ + SF6 → SF5 + + HF + Cl and HCl+ + CF4 → CF3 + + HF + Cl Tichy, M.
1987
169-170 3 p. 231-235
5 p.
artikel
629 The 8th international summer institute in surface science 1987
169-170 3 p. R21-
1 p.
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630 The transmission properties of an RF-only quadrupole mass filter Miller, Philip E.
1986
169-170 3 p. 223-238
16 p.
artikel
631 The unimolecular decay of difluoroethene cations. An experimental and quantum-chemical study Frenking, G.
1984
169-170 3 p. 305-322
18 p.
artikel
632 The unusual gas-phase rearrangements of deprotonated alkyl N-allyloxycarbamates and related species Waugh, Russell J.
1990
169-170 3 p. 347-355
9 p.
artikel
633 The use of kinetic energy distributions to determine the relative contributions of gas-phase and surface fragmentation in kiloelectronvolt ion sputtering of a quaternary ammonium salt Gillen, Greg
1991
169-170 3 p. 215-224
10 p.
artikel
634 7th International symposium on mass spectrometry in life sciences, Ghent, Belgium, August 23–26, 1988 1987
169-170 3 p. R9-
1 p.
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635 Third Workshop/Symposium on LC/MS and MS/MS 1984
169-170 3 p. 339-
1 p.
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636 Time-of-flight mass spectrometers with multiply reflected ion trajectories Wollnik, H.
1990
169-170 3 p. 267-274
8 p.
artikel
637 Time-of-flight mass spectrometry with rapid field reversal: High transmission with continuous electron impact ionization Axelsson, Eva
1984
169-170 3 p. 231-246
16 p.
artikel
638 Time-resolved magnetic dispersion for large isotope ratio measurements in resonance ionization mass spectrometry Fassett, J.D.
1986
169-170 3 p. 285-296
12 p.
artikel
639 Time-resolved measurements in spark source mass spectrometry. II. Detection of the ion current by a fast transient recorder Van Puymbroeck, J.
1984
169-170 3 p. 269-280
12 p.
artikel
640 Trace analysis using a commercial resonant ionisation mass spectrometer Towrie, M.
1990
169-170 3 p. 309-320
12 p.
artikel
641 Translational energies gained by gases during collisional ionization with high-velocity neutral particles Morgan, T.G.
1985
169-170 3 p. 299-314
16 p.
artikel
642 Translational spectroscopy of CO2. I. kinetic energy distribution of CO+· fragments Armenante, M.
1985
169-170 3 p. 265-273
9 p.
artikel
643 Transmission of the quadrupole mass filter in the intermediate stability zone separation mode Konenkov, N.V.
1997
169-170 3 p. 201-206
6 p.
artikel
644 Triply charged ions of small molecules Morvay, L.
1984
169-170 3 p. 263-268
6 p.
artikel
645 Unified theory of ion optics. II. The influences of fringing fields and boundary shapes of unified fields on particle trajectories Nakabushi, H.
1984
169-170 3 p. 291-306
16 p.
artikel
646 Unimolecular fragmentation of the methyl formate ion in association with large inert gas clusters Bernard, D.M.
1990
169-170 3 p. 327-346
20 p.
artikel
647 Unimolecular fragmentation pathways of methanol, ammonia, and water neutral clusters Olesik, Susan V.
1984
169-170 3 p. 315-327
13 p.
artikel
648 Unimolecular fragmentations of the nitromethane cation Lifshitz, C.
1988
169-170 3 p. 271-282
12 p.
artikel
649 Unimolecular reactions of ionized methyl butenyl ethers Bowen, Richard D.
1992
169-170 3 p. 193-218
26 p.
artikel
650 Use of the simplex algorithm for automated focusing of a mass spectrometer source Shaw, H.F.
1986
169-170 3 p. 317-325
9 p.
artikel
651 Utilization of electrospray ionization to gain information on the processes involved in [M − H]+ formation in FAB/LSIMS Paul, G.J.C.
1995
169-170 3 p. 123-130
8 p.
artikel
652 Variation in branching ratios for ion pair formation from CFCl3 photoexcited in the inner-shell transition regions Suzuki, Isao H.
1997
169-170 3 p. 229-240
12 p.
artikel
653 Yield distribution of M+ n ions due to a given multi-isotopic element (M) and given n in the beam produced from an r.f.-spark ion source Datta, B.P.
1989
169-170 3 p. 229-239
11 p.
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654 z-axis oscillation sidebands in FT/ICR mass spectra Delong, Stephen E.
1989
169-170 3 p. 273-282
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