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1 A beam scattering study of the collision-induced dissociation of polyatomic ions CH4 + and C3H8 + at eV collision energies Herman, Z.
1984
169-170 C p. 181-199
19 p.
artikel
2 Ab initio electronic structure calculations on highly charged cations of the C60 cluster Cioslowski, Jerzy
1994
169-170 C p. 107-111
5 p.
artikel
3 Ab initio molecular orbital study on R3SiCO+/R3SiOC+ (R = H or CH3) Koch, Wolfram
1993
169-170 C p. 183-190
8 p.
artikel
4 Ab initio reaction path energetics for the CX dissociations of C6H5X+ with X = H, F, Cl, and Br Klippenstein, Stephen J.
1997
169-170 C p. 235-257
23 p.
artikel
5 Ab initio SCF-MO incremental triplet polarizabilities of neon clusters Aleman, Carlos
1992
169-170 C p. 331-336
6 p.
artikel
6 Ab initio study of the reaction C 2 H 4 + → C 2 H 3 + + H Oblinger, M.
1997
169-170 C p. 149-160
12 p.
artikel
7 Absolute partial and total electron impact ionization cross sections for C2H6 from threshold up to 950 eV Grill, V.
1993
169-170 C p. 31-42
12 p.
artikel
8 A coincidence counting study of spontaneous desorption Park, M.A.
1993
169-170 C p. 1-9
9 p.
artikel
9 A comparative study of gas-phase ion/molecule reactions in Si(OCH3)4 and Si(OC2H5)4 da Silva, Maria L.P.
1997
169-170 C p. 83-95
13 p.
artikel
10 A comparison of keV atom bombardment mass spectra of peptides obtained with a two-sector mass spectrometer with those from a four-sector tandem mass spectrometer Martin, Stephen A.
1987
169-170 C p. 213-228
16 p.
artikel
11 A coordinated flowing afterglow and crossed beam study of electron attachment to CCl3Br Spanel, P.
1997
169-170 C p. 1-12
12 p.
artikel
12 A crossed beam high resolution study of dissociative electron attachment to CCl4 Matejcik, S.
1995
169-170 C p. 311-319
9 p.
artikel
13 Activation of CH4, C2H6, C3H8, and c-C3H6 by gas-phase Pd+ and the thermochemistry of Pd-ligand complexes Chen, Yu-Min
1997
169-170 C p. 195-212
18 p.
artikel
14 Addition and deprotonation in reactions of hydroxide ion with a β-hydroxysilane Angelini, Giancarlo
1991
169-170 C p. 1-14
14 p.
artikel
15 A DFT/HF study of the potential energy surface of protonated ethane C2H7 + Hrušák, Jan
1997
169-170 C p. 675-687
13 p.
artikel
16 A dual ion source to produce Cs+ or I− ions for secondary ion mass spectrometry Zhou, J.
1995
169-170 C p. 139-145
7 p.
artikel
17 A dual vacuum chamber Fourier transform mass spectrometer with rapidly interchangeable FAB, MALDI and ESI sources: electrospray results Gard, Eric E.
1996
169-170 C p. 115-127
13 p.
artikel
18 Advances in flowing afterglow and selected-ion flow tube techniques Squires, Robert R.
1992
169-170 C p. 503-518
16 p.
artikel
19 Advances in the application of mass spectrometry to studies of drug metabolism, pharmacokinetics and toxicology Baillie, Thomas A.
1992
169-170 C p. 289-314
26 p.
artikel
20 A flowing-afterglow study of the reactions of trimethylsilylium ((CH3)3Si+) with ammonia and some alkylamines Chen, Qing-Feng
1997
169-170 C p. 195-207
13 p.
artikel
21 A flowing afterglow-triple quadrupole study of the mechanisms and intermediates in the gas-phase reactions of CH3OH+ 2 with CH3OH Graul, Susan T.
1987
169-170 C p. 183-202
20 p.
artikel
22 A fourier transform-ion cyclotron resonance study of steric effects on proton transfer reactions of polyalkyl benzenes Büker, Heinz-Hermann
1991
169-170 C p. 95-104
10 p.
artikel
23 A further investigation of the reaction of C2H+ 2 with H2 Smith, D.
1993
169-170 C p. 145-153
9 p.
artikel
24 A high efficiency ion source for Kr and Xe isotopic measurements Poths, J.
1995
169-170 C p. 47-54
8 p.
artikel
25 A high pressure mass spectrometric study of the binding of (CH3)3Si+ and (CH3)3C+ to toluene and benzene Stone, Jennifer M.
1991
169-170 C p. 247-264
18 p.
artikel
26 A historical note on an unrecognized early stage of the development of fast scanning ion cyclotron resonance spectrometers: The resotron Gal, J.-F.
1996
169-170 C p. 1-4
4 p.
artikel
27 A hybrid tandem supersonic beam mass spectrometer for the study of collision-induced dissociation of ions in the energy range <1 to 3000 eV Shukla, Anil K.
1988
169-170 C p. 61-82
22 p.
artikel
28 Alfred O.C. Nier 1995
169-170 C p. xiii-xvi
nvt p.
artikel
29 Alternative labeling method for peptide ladder sequencing using matrix-assisted laser desorption-ionization Fourier transform mass spectrometry Schürch, Stefan
1997
169-170 C p. 141-152
12 p.
artikel
30 A mass spectrograph for the analysis of collisionally activated molecular fragments Matsuda, H.
1988
169-170 C p. 53-59
7 p.
artikel
31 A mass spectrometric investigation of the gas phase ion—molecule reactions of fullerene cations and dications with various neutral molecules Stry, James J.
1994
169-170 C p. 241-261
21 p.
artikel
32 A mechanism of ion production in secondary ion mass spectrometry Kidwell, David A.
1987
169-170 C p. 315-328
14 p.
artikel
33 A microscopic view of particle bombardment of organic films Taylor, Ramona S.
1995
169-170 C p. 225-233
9 p.
artikel
34 A model of ion evaporation tested through field desorption experiments on glucose mixed with alkali metal salts Davis, Stephen C.
1987
169-170 C p. 17-35
19 p.
artikel
35 A modified additivity rule for the calculation of electron impact ionization cross-section of molecules AB n Deutsch, H.
1997
169-170 C p. 503-517
15 p.
artikel
36 Analusis by 252Cf plasma desorption mass spectrometry of Bordetella pertussis endotoxin after nitrous deamination Deprun, C.
1993
169-170 C p. 187-190
4 p.
artikel
37 Analysis of C60 oxides and C120O n (n = 1,2,3) using matrix assisted laser desorption-ionization Fourier transform mass spectrometry Penn, Sharron G.
1997
169-170 C p. 371-386
16 p.
artikel
38 Analysis of harmonics for an elongated FTMS cell with multiple electrode detection Nikolaev, E.N.
1996
169-170 C p. 215-232
18 p.
artikel
39 Analysis of mixtures of hydrophilic peptides by continuous-flow fast atom bombardment mass spectrometry Caprioli, Richard M.
1988
169-170 C p. 187-199
13 p.
artikel
40 Analytical pyrolysis mass spectrometry: new vistas opened by temperature-resolved in-source PYMS Boon, Jaap J.
1992
169-170 C p. 755-787
33 p.
artikel
41 An electron impact and chemical ionization study of some diethyl dicarboxylates Harrison, Alex G.
1997
169-170 C p. 213-221
9 p.
artikel
42 An empirical model for ion formation from polymer surfaces during analysis by secondary ion mass spectrometry Leggett, Graham J.
1992
169-170 C p. 281-319
39 p.
artikel
43 An energy-resolved study of the fragmentation of protonated polyfluoro- and polychloro-benzenes Tkaczyk, Martin
1990
169-170 C p. 133-142
10 p.
artikel
44 An energy-resolved study of the fragmentation of some siloxide ions Li, Xiaoping
1992
169-170 C p. 185-197
13 p.
artikel
45 A new example of internal oxidation of remote groups in organic nitroaromatic ions Maquestiau, André
1988
169-170 C p. 235-249
15 p.
artikel
46 A new instrument for measuring the radiative lifetimes and for studying the state-selected bimolecular reaction chemistry of small ionic species Beggs, Cindy G.
1990
169-170 C p. 397-422
26 p.
artikel
47 A new ion source for the study of angle-resolved mass spectra Moore, C.
1988
169-170 C p. 109-120
12 p.
artikel
48 An experimental/theoretical comparison of the non-resonant multiphoton ionization fragmentation mechanisms for small heterocycles and the analogous acyclic molecules BelBruno, Joseph J.
1994
169-170 C p. 1-14
14 p.
artikel
49 An improved comprehensive data base for matching unknown mass spectra McLafferty, Fred W.
1984
169-170 C p. 139-149
11 p.
artikel
50 An improved tandem double-focusing mass spectrometer for neutralization—reionization and collisional activation studies Feng, Rong
1988
169-170 C p. 95-107
13 p.
artikel
51 An investigation of the tyrothricin complex by tandem mass spectrometry Barber, M.
1992
169-170 C p. 143-151
9 p.
artikel
52 An ion/molecule-reaction mass spectrometer used for on-line trace gas analysis Lindinger, W.
1993
169-170 C p. 79-88
10 p.
artikel
53 An ion source with which ions produced by electrospray can be subjected to ion/molecule reactions at intermediate pressures (10–100 Torr). Deprotonation of polyprotonated peptides Ikonomou, Michael G.
1992
169-170 C p. 283-298
16 p.
artikel
54 An ion-to-photon conversion detector for mass spectrometry Dubois, F.
1997
169-170 C p. 89-98
10 p.
artikel
55 Announcement 1993
169-170 C p. 191-
1 p.
artikel
56 An on-line Langmuir probe technique for the study of afterglow plasmas Španěl, Patrik
1995
169-170 C p. 299-310
12 p.
artikel
57 A novel spectrometer, incorporating an electric sector and quadrupole mass filter, for studying dissociations of ions Harris, F.M.
1984
169-170 C p. 273-292
20 p.
artikel
58 A novel type of doubly charged cluster Gotts, N.G.
1990
169-170 C p. 151-159
9 p.
artikel
59 A.O. Nier and atomic mass compilations Wapstra, A.H.
1995
169-170 C p. 1-4
4 p.
artikel
60 A PEPICO study of five energy-selected C6H12 +. isomeric molecular ions. Part 1 Ferreira, M.A.Almoster
1997
169-170 C p. 471-480
10 p.
artikel
61 A photoelectron photoion coincidence (PEPICO) study of fragmentation rates and kinetic energy release distributions in nitrobenzene Panczel, Maria
1984
169-170 C p. 43-61
19 p.
artikel
62 A photoionization and molecular orbital study of cyclobutanol and cyclobutylamine radical cations Bouchoux, Guy
1994
169-170 C p. 93-106
14 p.
artikel
63 Appearance and ionization energies of singly, doubly and triply charged C60 and its fragment ions produced by electron impact ionization Scheier, P.
1994
169-170 C p. 77-93
17 p.
artikel
64 Application of 252Cf plasma desorption mass spectrometry in dental research Fritsch, Hans-Walter
1993
169-170 C p. 191-196
6 p.
artikel
65 Application of MALDI and PSD to the structure determination of adducts between DNA bases and the carcinogen 7H-dibenzo[c,g]carbazole Gooden, J.K.
1997
169-170 C p. 241-249
9 p.
artikel
66 Application of statistical phase space theory to some termolecular association reactions of CH3 + and CD3 + ions Bass, Lewis M.
1984
169-170 C p. 307-327
21 p.
artikel
67 Application of the time-of-flight mass spectrometer to monitor time-dependent behaviour following pulsed laser heating of solids Price, D.
1990
169-170 C p. 77-92
16 p.
artikel
68 Applications of matrix-assisted techniques in plasma desorption mass spectrometry Tuszynski, Wilfried
1993
169-170 C p. 151-156
6 p.
artikel
69 Applications of multiphoton ionization mass spectrometry: small protected nucleosides and nucleotides Lindner, J.
1990
169-170 C p. 267-285
19 p.
artikel
70 Approaches to plasma desorption mass spectrometry by some theoretical physics concepts Hilf, E.R.
1993
169-170 C p. 25-36
12 p.
artikel
71 Approaches to the characterization of membrane channel proteins (porins) by UV MALDI-MS Schnaible, Volker
1997
169-170 C p. 165-177
13 p.
artikel
72 A pulsed electron beam, variable temperature, high pressure mass spectrometric re-evaluation of the proton affinity difference between 2-methylpropene and ammonia Szulejko, J.E.
1991
169-170 C p. 279-294
16 p.
artikel
73 A rare earth oxide matrix for emitting perrhenate anions Delmore, J.E.
1995
169-170 C p. 15-20
6 p.
artikel
74 A scaling technique for studying the dynamics of high mass ions in fourier transform mass spectrometry: a preliminary report Rempel, D.L.
1990
169-170 C p. 381-395
15 p.
artikel
75 A selected ion flow tube study of the reactions of F+, Cl+, Br+ and I+ with several molecular gases at 300 K Mayhew, Christopher A.
1990
169-170 C p. 737-751
15 p.
artikel
76 A selected ion-flow tube study of the reactions of O+, H+ and HeH]+ with several molecular gases at 300 K Smith, David
1992
169-170 C p. 457-473
17 p.
artikel
77 A semiclassical approach to the calculation of electron impact ionization cross-sections of atoms: from hydrogen to uranium Margreiter, D.
1994
169-170 C p. 127-139
13 p.
artikel
78 Association reactions at low pressure. I. Collision-stabilized association below 1 micron McEwan, Murray J.
1987
169-170 C p. 247-257
11 p.
artikel
79 A strategy to assign a series of fragment ions: investigation of fragment ions involving peptide side chain and backbone cleavage Grey Craig, A.
1993
169-170 C p. 137-149
13 p.
artikel
80 A study of acceleration region processes in a double-focusing mass spectrometer. Part 1 Hughes, Richard J.
1993
169-170 C p. 27-44
18 p.
artikel
81 A study of C8H10 radical cation isomerizations by collisionally induced dissociation mass spectrometry and computational methodology Wiegel, Kurt N.
1995
169-170 C p. 239-246
8 p.
artikel
82 A study of doubly charged ions in aluminum and iron acetylacetonates Ast, T.
1988
169-170 C p. 329-339
11 p.
artikel
83 A study of the allyl cation thermochemistry by photoionization mass spectrometry Traeger, John C.
1984
169-170 C p. 259-271
13 p.
artikel
84 A study of the fragmentation of singly and multiply charged ions produced by 252Cf fission fragment bombardment of polypeptides bound to nitrocellulose Chait, Brian T.
1987
169-170 C p. 237-250
14 p.
artikel
85 A study of the relative responses of surfactants examined by fast atom bombardment mass spectrometry and a modelled pulsed FAB-array detector system Tyler, Andrew N.
1992
169-170 C p. 25-41
17 p.
artikel
86 A 4.7 Tesla internal MALDI-FTICR instrument for high mass studies: performance and methods Easterling, Michael L.
1996
169-170 C p. 97-113
17 p.
artikel
87 A threshold photoelectron-photoion coincidence spectrometric study of dimethyl ether (CH3OCH3) Butler, James J.
1984
169-170 C p. 1-14
14 p.
artikel
88 A transportable turnkey gas chromatograph—ion trap detector for field analysis of environmental samples Hemberger, P.H.
1991
169-170 C p. 299-313
15 p.
artikel
89 A two-electrode ion trap for Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry Marto, Jarrod A.
1994
169-170 C p. 9-30
22 p.
artikel
90 A unified view of the spin conservation rule for disparate collisional processes Enos, C.S.
1992
169-170 C p. 361-376
16 p.
artikel
91 Author index 1992
169-170 C p. 659-
1 p.
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92 Author index 1993
169-170 C p. 221-
1 p.
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93 Author index 1995
169-170 C p. 631-632
2 p.
artikel
94 Author index 1991
169-170 C p. 315-
1 p.
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95 Author index 1991
169-170 C p. 395-
1 p.
artikel
96 Author index 1993
169-170 C p. 193-
1 p.
artikel
97 Author index 1994
169-170 C p. 409-
1 p.
artikel
98 Author index 1996
169-170 C p. 405-
1 p.
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99 Author Index 1994
169-170 C p. 325-
1 p.
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100 Author index 1994
169-170 C p. 173-
1 p.
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101 Author index 1991
169-170 C p. 355-
1 p.
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102 Author index 1994
169-170 C p. 191-
1 p.
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103 Author index 1995
169-170 C p. 365-
1 p.
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104 Author index 1995
169-170 C p. 283-
1 p.
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105 Author index 1992
169-170 C p. 875-
1 p.
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106 Author index 1992
169-170 C p. 377-
1 p.
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107 Author index 1993
169-170 C p. 215-
1 p.
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108 Author index 1997
169-170 C p. 655-656
2 p.
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109 Author index 1997
169-170 C p. 771-772
2 p.
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110 Author index 1997
169-170 C p. 401-
1 p.
artikel
111 Author index 1990
169-170 C p. 821-822
2 p.
artikel
112 Author index 1988
169-170 C p. 425-
1 p.
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113 Author index 1989
169-170 C p. 331-
1 p.
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114 Author index 1984
169-170 C p. 328-
1 p.
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115 Author index 1990
169-170 C p. 353-
1 p.
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116 Author index 1987
169-170 C p. 393-
1 p.
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117 Author index 1987
169-170 C p. 289-
1 p.
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118 Author index 1987
169-170 C p. 273-
1 p.
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119 Autobiographical scketch, May, 1997 1997
169-170 C p. xv-xvii
nvt p.
artikel
120 A variable dispersion array detector for a tandem mass spectrometer Hill, James A.
1991
169-170 C p. 1-25
25 p.
artikel
121 Beam scattering study of the charge transfer prcess N2+ (He, He+)N+ at low collision energies Sadílek, M.
1990
169-170 C p. 197-207
11 p.
artikel
122 Bimodal rotational distributions of N2 + produced in the thermal energy penning ionization of N2 by Ne*(3 P 2) Sonnenfroh, David M.
1987
169-170 C p. 63-82
20 p.
artikel
123 Biomedical accelerator mass spectrometry Freeman, Stewart P.H.T.
1995
169-170 C p. 247-256
10 p.
artikel
124 Biomolecules in the gas phase. III. Multiphoton ionization mass spectra of phenylthiohydantoin amino acids and free amino acids Grotemeyer, Jürgen
1987
169-170 C p. 69-83
15 p.
artikel
125 Block microstructural characterization of copolymers formed from fluorinated and non-fluorinated alkyl polyisocyanates using desorption chemical ionization mass spectrometry Chen, Guodong
1997
169-170 C p. 391-404
14 p.
artikel
126 Bond dissociation energy determinations for MOC(CH3)2 + and MOC(CD3)2 +, (MCr, Mn), using the continuous ejection and radiative association methods Lin, Chuan-Yuan
1997
169-170 C p. 713-722
10 p.
artikel
127 Bond dissociation energy of the radical cation dimers of diethyl sulfide, di-n-propyl sulfide and di-n-butyl sulfide de Visser, Sam P.
1996
169-170 C p. 283-291
9 p.
artikel
128 Bond strengths in even-electron ions and the proton affinities of free radicals Holmes, John L.
1989
169-170 C p. 111-122
12 p.
artikel
129 Bond strengths of transition metal diatomics: VNi and V2 Spain, Eileen M.
1990
169-170 C p. 183-197
15 p.
artikel
130 Californium-252 plasma desorption mass spectrometry as a tool for studies of metallocenes Allmaier, Günter
1993
169-170 C p. 211-220
10 p.
artikel
131 Carbon cluster anions: structure and growth from C5 − to C62 − Gotts, Nigel G.
1995
169-170 C p. 217-229
13 p.
artikel
132 252Cf plasma desorption fourier transform mass spectrometry of involatile compounds Loo, J.A.
1987
169-170 C p. 305-313
9 p.
artikel
133 252Cf-plasma desorption mass spectrometry applied to the analysis of endotoxin Lipid A preparations Karibian, D.
1991
169-170 C p. 273-286
14 p.
artikel
134 252Cf plasma desorption mass spectrometry. Contributions from the rockefeller university Chait, Brian T.
1989
169-170 C p. 297-329
33 p.
artikel
135 252Cf plasma desorption mass spectrometry in combination with protease treatment for localizing a non-linear zinc binding domain in human interleukin-3 van Veelen, P.A.
1993
169-170 C p. 179-185
7 p.
artikel
136 Characterisation of the tyrocidine and gramicidin fractions of the tyrothricin complex from Bacillus brevis using liquid chromatography and mass spectrometry Tang, Xue-Jun
1992
169-170 C p. 153-179
27 p.
artikel
137 Characterization of a mixture of lobster digestive cysteine proteinases by ionspray mass spectrometry and tryptic mapping with LC—MS and LC—MS—MS Thibault, P.
1991
169-170 C p. 317-353
37 p.
artikel
138 Characterization of high nuclearity close-packed anionic platinum carbonyl clusters by 252Cf plasma desorption mass spectrometry Hughes, Janita M.
1993
169-170 C p. 197-210
14 p.
artikel
139 Characterization of neuropeptides by fast atom bombardment and B/E linked-field scan techniques Dass, Chhabil
1989
169-170 C p. 267-287
21 p.
artikel
140 Characterization of organic dyes aided by hydrogen-deuterium exchange in liquid secondary ion mass spectrometry (liquid SIMS) Bentz, Bryan L.
1987
169-170 C p. 115-130
16 p.
artikel
141 Characterization of the ethyl-triphenylphosphonium derivative of model peptides by fast atom bombardment collisionally-activated dissociation tandem mass spectrometry using B/E linked scans Throck Watson, J.
1991
169-170 C p. 191-209
19 p.
artikel
142 Charge-remote fragmentations: method, mechanism and applications Gross, Michael L.
1992
169-170 C p. 137-165
29 p.
artikel
143 Charge transfer between Hg2+ and Ar or Kr: reaction rates of various state-to-state processes from selected-ion flow drift tube studies and beam experiments Hansel, A.
1992
169-170 C p. 213-222
10 p.
artikel
144 Charge transfer reactions between D+, O+, Ar+, Kr+ and Xe+ with CH4, C2H6 and C3H8 at relative energies 1–10 eV Gale, P.Jane
1995
169-170 C p. 529-541
13 p.
artikel
145 Charles H. Depuy 1992
169-170 C p. xi-xvi
nvt p.
artikel
146 Chava Lifshitz: an appreciation Klots, Cornelius E.
1997
169-170 C p. xi-xii
nvt p.
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147 Chava Lifshitz: Curriculum Vitae 1997
169-170 C p. xiii-xx
nvt p.
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148 Chemical behavior of the gas-phase pentacoordinated carbonium ion, C2H+ 7 Heck, Albert J.R.
1992
169-170 C p. 145-169
25 p.
artikel
149 Chemical ionization of the nitrate ester explosives EGDN and PETN by trimethylsilyl cation and comparison of the reactivity of nitrate ester and nitro explosives toward trimethylsilyl cation Crellin, Kevin C.
1997
169-170 C p. 641-653
13 p.
artikel
150 Chemical modification of deoxyribonucleic acids: Quantitation of 3-methylthymidine and O 4-methylthymidine by tandem mass spectrometry Wood, Joe M.
1991
169-170 C p. 381-394
14 p.
artikel
151 Chemisorption of hydrogen on charged vanadium clusters Dietrich, G.
1996
169-170 C p. 319-328
10 p.
artikel
152 Chemistry and charge transfer phenomena in water cluster cations Berg, Christian
1997
169-170 C p. 723-734
12 p.
artikel
153 Chemistry initiated by atomic silicon ions in the gas phase: formation of silicon-bearing ions and molecules Bohme, Diethard K.
1990
169-170 C p. 719-736
18 p.
artikel
154 Chemistry of atmospheric ions reacting with fully fluorinated compounds Morris, Robert A.
1995
169-170 C p. 287-298
12 p.
artikel
155 Chemistry of C− 2 and HC− 2 with nitrogen, oxygen and nitrogen oxides Van Doren, Jane M.
1992
169-170 C p. 395-414
20 p.
artikel
156 Chemometrics in mass spectrometry Varmuza, Kurt
1992
169-170 C p. 811-823
13 p.
artikel
157 Classical path calculations of the vibrational relaxation of O+ 2 in collisions with He and near thermal energies Zenevich, V.A.
1993
169-170 C p. 101-107
7 p.
artikel
158 Cleavage of interchain disulfide bonds following matrix-assisted laser desorption Zhou, J.
1993
169-170 C p. 115-122
8 p.
artikel
159 Cleavage patterns of carbon clusters from impact-induced fragmentation of C− N, N = 10–50 Whetten, Robert L.
1994
169-170 C p. 63-76
14 p.
artikel
160 ClH⋯O and O⋯H⋯O bonded intermediates in the dissociation of low energy methyl glycolate radical cations Suh, Dennis
1995
169-170 C p. 305-322
18 p.
artikel
161 Collective motion of ions in an ion trap for Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry Naito, Yasuhide
1996
169-170 C p. 85-96
12 p.
artikel
162 Collisional activation of intramolecular nucleophilic displacement reactions: the formation of acetolactone from dissociation of α-haloacetate negative ions Graul, Susan T.
1990
169-170 C p. 785-802
18 p.
artikel
163 Collision cascade parameters for slow particles impinging on biomolecule targets Whitlow, Harry J.
1987
169-170 C p. 329-340
12 p.
artikel
164 Collision-induced decomposition of ions Bordas-Nagy, Jozsef
1990
169-170 C p. 105-131
27 p.
artikel
165 Collision-induced dissociation and charge reversal experiments on H3O− and NH4 − de Lange, Wilmar
1987
169-170 C p. 201-209
9 p.
artikel
166 Collision-induced dissociation (CID) processes in some carbamate and phenylurea pesticides studied by ion-trap MS/MS Yinon, Jehuda
1997
169-170 C p. 21-33
13 p.
artikel
167 Collision-induced dissociation dynamics of the enolic acetone cation: evidence for non-ergodic behavior Zhao, Runzhi
1997
169-170 C p. 317-333
17 p.
artikel
168 Collision-induced dissociation of low energy benzene ions Chawla, Rahul
1997
169-170 C p. 237-247
11 p.
artikel
169 Collision-induced dissociation of Nb+ n (n = 2 − 11): bond energies and dissociation pathways Hales, David A.
1990
169-170 C p. 269-301
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174 Collision-induced dissociation of the propane molecular ion Shukla, Anil K.
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179 Combined infrared and ab initio study of the H2HN2 + complex Bieske, E.J.
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187 Coulombic effects in the dissociation of large highly charged ions Rockwood, Alan L.
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188 Coumarin laser dyes as matrices for matrix assisted UV laser desorption/ionization mass spectrometry Perera, I.K.
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192 Cyclodextrin—piroxicam inclusion complexes: analyses by mass spectrometry and molecular modelling Gallagher, Richard T.
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193 David Smith Henchman, Michael
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195 Decomposition of 3,5-diaryloxathiolane-2-oxides under electron impact Tretyakova, N.Yu.
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198 Deprotonation of α-distonic ions. Proton affinities of the α-radicals Audier, H.E.
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199 Depurination of DNA and matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization mass spectrometry Gut, Ivo G.
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201 Design considerations, calibration and applications of an array detector for a four-sector tandem mass spectrometer Hill, James A.
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202 Design considerations in energy resolved time-of-flight mass spectrometry Giannakopulos, A.E.
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203 Desorption methods in mass spectrometry Sundqvist, Bo.U.R.
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204 Desorption of secondary ions from Langmuir-Blodgett films following bombardment with fast heavy ions Säve, G.
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205 Desorption of thermally labile organic molecules induced by kilovolt electrons Tomaschko, Ch.
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206 Detection and characterization of competitive processes giving rise to isomeric products in the reactions of Fe+, Co+ and Ni+ with n-butyl cyanide Eller, Karsten
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207 Detection of large molecular ions by secondary ion and secondary electrom emission Verentchikov, A.
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209 Determination of interglycosidic linkages in disaccharides by high performance tandem mass spectrometry Domon, B.
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210 Determination of rate constants for low pressure association reactions by Fourier transform-ion cyclotron resonance spectrometry Fisher, J.J.
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211 Determination of the electron affinities of fluorinated fullerenes (C60F44,46, C70F52,54) by Fourier transform mass spectrometry Hettich, Robert
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212 Determination of the proton affinity and absolute heat of formation of cyclopropenylidene Chyall, Leonard J.
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213 Determination of trace iron in zirconium by isotope dilution-thermal ionization mass spectrometry Elliot, N.L.
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214 Development of a fast atom bombardment tandem mass spectrometric screening method for alkyl-ended oligomeric biguanides Monaghan, J.J.
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215 Development of methods for the charge-derivatization of peptides in polyacrylamide gels and membranes for their direct analysis using matrix-assisted laser desorption-ionization mass spectrometry Strahler, John R.
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216 Differentiation of isomeric C3H4 +·· ions and T → V energy partitioning in surface-induced dissociation Hayakawa, S.
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217 Diffusive transfer to membranes as an effective interface between gel electrophoresis and mass spectrometry Ogorzalek Loo, Rachel R.
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218 2,5-Dihydroxybenzoic acid: a new matrix for laser desorption—ionization mass spectrometry Strupat, K.
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219 Direct detection of synthetic and biologically generated double-stranded DNA by MALDI-TOF MS Little, Daniel P.
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220 Direct mass spectrometric peptide profiling and sequencing of nervous tissues to identify peptides involved in male copulatory behavior in Lymnaea stagnalis Dreisewerd, Klaus
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221 Dissociation of protonated 2,2,6-trimethylcyclohexanone and related compounds upon high and low energy collisional activation Brodbelt-Lustig, Jennifer S.
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222 Dissociative electron attachment negative ion mass spectrometry: a chlorine-specific detector for gas chromatography Curtis, Jonathan M.
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223 Dissociative photoionization in the vacuum UV region with ion trapping Lifshitz, Chava
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224 Dissociative recombination in ion storage rings Larsson, Mats
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225 Dissociative recombination of H3 + and some other interstellar ions: a controversy resolved Smith, David
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226 Dissociative xenon ion capture by neutral argon clusters Lezius, M.
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227 DNA sequencing with blackbody infrared radiative dissociation of electrosprayed ions Aaserud, David J.
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228 Do deprotonated vinylcarbinols undergo [1,3] sigmatropic rearrangements in the gas phase? Eichinger, Peter C.H.
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229 Does MeCO− undergo 1,2-hydride ion transfer to yield −CH2CHO in the gas-phase? The application of experiment and theory in concert Downard, Kevin M.
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230 Double ionization energies of the chlorofluoromethanes CF3Cl, CF2Cl2 and CFCl3 determined using double-charge-transfer spectroscopy Griffiths, W.J.
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231 Double-ionization energies to singlet and triplet electronic states of the acetaldehyde dication measured by double-charge-transfer spectroscopy Severs, J.C.
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232 Double stranded DNA sequencing by tandem mass spectrometry McLafferty, Fred W.
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233 Dynamics of ion/molecule reactions Marx, R.
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235 Editorial Board 1995
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242 Effective intermolecular relaxation in (C6F6) n − clusters: mechanism of C6F6 − formation on low energy electron impact Ingólfsson, Oddur
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243 Effect of ion-neutral collision mechanism on the trapped-ion equation of motion: a new mass spectral line shape for high-mass trapped ions Guan, Shenheng
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244 Effect of temperature on the formation and autodestruction of parent anions Christophorou, L.G.
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245 Effects of matrix evaporation during continuous sputtering in fast atom bombardment mass spectrometry Junker, E.
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246 Effects of sample probe surface temperature on the detection of peptides by fast atom bombardment mass spectrometry Papayannopoulos, Ioannis A.
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247 Efficient cationization by Cs+ adduct ion formation in a supersonic beam Schanen, P.
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250 Electron affinities of BH, B2, BC and BN molecules determined using charge inversion spectrometry Reid, C.J.
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251 Electron and proton transfer reactions of simple aldehyde and ketone radical cations and their enol and distonic isomers Byrd, H.C.Michelle
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252 Electron attachment to haloacetonitriles, 295–556 K Van Doren, Jane M.
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253 Electron capture induced processes in molecules and molecular aggregates Hashemi, Reza
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254 Electronic level structure of group III heavy element clusters studied by photoelectron spectroscopy Gausa, M.
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255 Electron-impact-induced fragmentation of long-lived C14H14 ·+ ions from dibenzyl sulphone and 1,2-diphenylethane Kuck, Dietmar
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256 Electron impact ionisation of H2 (D2) molecules: kinetic energy distributions of H+ (D+) Arena, G.
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257 Electron impact ionization cross sections of molecules Margreiter, D.
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259 Electron impact ionization of spatially oriented CH3Cl and CCl3H Aitken, Craig G.
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260 Electron/ion recombination in dense gaseous Xe Ukai, Masatoshi
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261 Electron spectroscopy of CH2S− Moran, Sean
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262 Electron thermalisation in a pulsed e-beam high pressure mass spectrometer Knighton, W.B.
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263 Electrospray ionization Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometric characterization of high molecular mass Starburst™ dendrimers Tolić, Ljiljana Pa a ̌
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264 Elemental quantification based on argides, dimers, and doubly charged glow discharge ions Goodner, K.L.
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265 Endothermic ion/molecule reactions Part VI. Reaction-induced dissociation of peptides containing basic residues using dimethyl- and trimethylamine Orlando, Ron
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266 Energy dependence of H-exchange versus CC bond formation in the complex [CH3OH CH2CH+ 2]: unimolecular and bimolecular studies McAdoo, David J.
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267 Energy dependence of the fragmentation of haloanisole molecular ions Reiner, Eric J.
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268 Energy dependencies of the proton transfer reactions H3O+ + CH2O ⇎ CH2OH+ + H2O Hansel, A.
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269 Energy-isochronous time-of-flight mass analyzers Wollnik, H.
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270 Enhanced mass resolution without decrease of beam intensity in a four sector mass spectrometer Matsuo, T.
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271 Enhancement of charge remote fragmentation in protonated peptides by high-energy CID MALDI-TOF-MS using “cold” matrices Stimson, E.
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272 Enzymatic digestion on the sample foil as a method for sequence determination by plasma desorption mass spectrometry: the primary structure of porpoise relaxin Woods, Amina S.
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273 Equilibrium studies by pulsed high pressure mass spectrometry: a calibration, and some pitfalls and solutions Meot-Ner (Mautner), Michael
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274 Evaluation of the variables that affect resolution in delayed extraction MALDI-TOF Barbacci, Damon C.
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275 Evaporation of dimers from proton-bound acetic acid clusters Lifshitz, Chava
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276 Evaporative corrections to high-pressure ionic clustering data Klots, Cornelius E.
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277 Evolution of the unified scale of atomic mass, 12C = 12u Duckworth, H.E.
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278 Excess-electron and excess-hole states of charged alkali halide clusters Honea, Eric C.
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279 Exchange reactions of 18O− with some di- and triatomic molecules Van Doren, Jane M.
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280 Experimental and theoretical studies of FeC7H7 + isomers: Fe+-C7H7 bond energies and isomeric differentiation Xu, Young C.
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281 Experimental determination of the radiative lifetimes of CF+(X1 ∑+,v) ions Marx, R.
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282 Experimental evidence for the conservation of an intact carbon skeleton and the intermediacy of a “solvated” hydride ion in the unimolecular dehydrogenation of norborneol alkoxides in the gas phase Kostka, Sebastian
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283 Experimental methods to alleviate ion coupling effects in matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry Anderson, J. Scott
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284 FAB overlapping: a strategy for sequencing homologous proteins Ferranti, P.
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285 Factors affecting the resolution in matrix-assisted laser desorption—ionization mass spectrometry Ingendoh, Arnd
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286 Factors influencing oligonucleotide stability in matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization (MALDI) mass spectroscopy Tang, Wei
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287 FALP and CRESU studies of ionic reactions Rowe, B.R.
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288 FALP studies of electron attachment at elevated electron temperatures: the influence of attachment on electron energy distributions Španěl, Patrik
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289 FALP studies of the dissociative recombination coefficients for O2 + and NO+ within the electron temperature range 300–2000 K Španěl, Patrik
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290 Fast atom bombardment and high performance tandem mass spectrometry of platinum(II) oligodeoxyribonucleotide fragments Costello, Catherine E.
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291 Fast atom bombardment and tandem mass spectrometry for the characterization of hemoglobin variants including a new variant Wada, Yoshinao
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292 Fast atom/ion bombardment (FAB) McLafferty, Fred W.
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293 Fates of the molecular anions of SF6 and C7F14 upon recombination with positive ions Culbertson, J.A.
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294 First experimental characterization of aminocarbene Polce, Michael J.
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295 Fission fragment ionization mass spectrometry of polyethers Chait, B.T.
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296 Foreward Macfarlane, RonaldD.
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297 Foreword Lindinger, Werner
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298 Foreword Bentz, Bryan L.
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299 Foreword Schlag, E.W.
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300 Foreword McElvany, S.W.
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301 Foreword Märk, T.D.
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305 Foreword Dunbar, Robert C.
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306 Formation and stability of antimony and bismuth oxide clusters: a mass spectrometric investigation Kinne, M.
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307 Formation and stability of metallocarbohedrenes: Ti x M y C12(x + y = 8, M = Nb, Ta, Y, and Si) Deng, H.T.
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308 Formation and stability of small metallocarbon clusters: what is the specificity for the formation of stable metallofullerenes? Suzuki, S.
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309 Formation of a new CC bond in a sulfonenamide upon SO2 elimination induced by electron impact ionization Suter, M.J.-F.
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310 Formation of carbene radical anions: gas-phase reaction of the atomic oxygen anion with organic neutrals Grabowski, Joseph J.
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311 Formation of C10H+ 8 from the benzene radical cation: a case for the growth of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon ions by ion/molecule reactions in the gas phase? Bohme, D.K.
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312 Formation of destabilised carbenium ions by charge inversion of negative ions Tkaczyk, Martin
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313 Formation of metalloporphyrins and metallochlorins in the source of a mass spectrometer under fast atom bombardment Domingues, M.R.M.
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314 Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance investigation of the deuterium isotope effect on gas phase ion/molecule hydrogen bonding interactions in alcohol—fluoride adduct ions Wilkinson, F.E.
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315 Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry: technique developments Marshall, Alan G.
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316 Fragmentation and reactions of organophosphate ions produced by electrospray ionization Bell, A.J.
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317 Fragmentation efficiencies of peptide ions following low energy collisional activation Summerfield, Scott G.
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318 Fragmentation of carbohydrates in laser desorption, plasma desorption and fast atom bombardment mass spectrometry Martin, William B.
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319 Fragmentation of high-energy ionic hydrogen clusters by single collision with helium Ouaskit, S
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320 Fragmentation rate constants and appearance energies for reactions having a large kinetic shift and the energy partitioning in their metastable decomposition Burgers, Peter C.
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321 Fragmentation reactions of the singly and doubly charged molecular ions of dimethylanisoles Harrison, Alex G.
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322 Fragmentation spectroscopy of photoionized Fe(CO)5: a molecular model for a heterogeneous cluster Fieber-Erdmann, M.
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323 FTICR analysis of the magnetic trapping mode of the electron beam ion trap Beiersdorfer, P.
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324 FT ICR investigations of chiral supramolecular propellers of dialkyltartrate trimers with methylammonium ions Denisov, E.V.
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325 FT-ICR spectrometry with simultaneous trapping of positive and negative ions Malek, R.
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326 FT-ICR studies of gas-phase ionic nitration of benzene: the role of electron- and proton-transfer processes Attinà, M.
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327 Fullerenes and their ions in hydrocarbon flames Ahrens, J.
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328 Further studies of in-source fragmentation of peptides in matrix-assisted laser desorption-ionization Brown, Robert S.
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329 Gaseous [M − H]+ ions of α,ω-diphenylalkanes: cyclization to [M + H]+ type ions of benzocycloalkanes as recognized by chain-length dependent proton exchange Kuck, Dietmar
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330 Gas phase acidities of the α amino acids O'Hair, Richard A.J.
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331 Gas phase actinide ion chemistry: Activation of alkanes and alkenes by thorium cations Marçalo, Joaquim
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332 Gas-phase ambident reactivity of imidate anions (−NR1(CO)R2) Freriks, Ivo L.
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333 Gas phase chemistry of dinitramide and nitroacetylide ions Schmitt, Robert J.
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334 Gas-phase fragmentations of anionic complexes of serine- and threonine-containing peptides Reiter, Alex
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335 Gas phase investigations of sulfonium salts by electrospray ft-icr/ms Katritzky, Alan R.
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336 Gas-phase ion chemistry versus solution chemistry Speranza, Maurizio
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338 Gas-phase reactions of carbon cluster ions with isomeric chloropropenes Sun, Jing
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339 Gas-phase reactions of chloro- and bromoanisoles with methyl- and dimethylamine via radical cations Thölmann, Detlef
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341 Gas-phase reactions of sulfides, mercaptans, and dimethyl methylphosphonate with ionic species derived from argon and water Passarella, R.
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342 Gas-phase reactions of the buckminsterfullerene cations C·+ 60, C2+ 60, and C·3+ 60 with aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids, and esters Petrie, Simon
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343 Gas phase structures of sodiated oligosaccharides by ion mobility/ion chromatography methods Lee, Seonghoon
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344 Gas phase substitution of halobenzenes by methylamine and dimethylamine via radical cations Thölmann, Detlef
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345 Gas phase substitution reactions by radical cations part 4. Methylene transfer by the CC ring-opened oxirane radical cation to chlorobenzene; product ion analysis de Koster, C.G.
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346 Gas-phase thermochemical properties of the bicarbonate and bisulfite ions Squires, Robert R.
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347 Generation of α-acetolactone and the acetoxyl diradical •CH2COO• in the gas phase Schröder, Detlef
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348 Glycoprotein analysis by delayed extraction and post-source decay MALDI-TOF-MS Tsarbopoulos, A.
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349 Heats of formation of gas-phase ions calculated by composite ab initio procedures Hammerum, Steen
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350 Heats of formation of organic radicals from appearance energies Holmes, John L.
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351 Henry Meyer Rosenstock A, P.
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352 Heptene radical cations: how well is the double bond localized? Gäumann, Tino
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353 “High masses” Matsuo, T.
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354 High mass fragmentation. Matrix effects in plasma desorption mass spectrometry Demirev, Plamen
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355 High performance mass spectrometers of magnetic sector type Matsuda, Hisashi
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356 High pressure investigation of ion/molecule reactions in mixtures of ammonia and argon, and pure ammonia Wójcik, Leszek
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357 High-resolution chemical imaging with scanning ion probe SIMS Chabala, J.M.
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358 High resolution ion mobility measurements for gas phase proteins: correlation between solution phase and gas phase conformations Hudgins, Robert R.
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359 High-resolution ion translational energy spectroscopy of electronic excitation of homonuclear diatomic molecules in ion molecule collisions Lock, C.M.
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360 High-resolution mass spectrometry in a linear time-of-flight mass spectrometer Grundwürmer, Johann M.
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361 High sensitivity mass spectral characterization of glycosphingolipids from bovine erythrocytes, mouse kidney and fetal calf brain Perreault, H.
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362 High temperature studies Sidorov, L.N.
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363 How far the computer can be avoided in mass spectrometer design Boerboom, A.J.H.
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364 How to specify the ion optical system of a time-of-flight mass spectrometer Bergmann, T.
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365 Hydrogenation of carbon-cluster cations with molecular hydrogen: implications for the growth of carbon-cluster molecules Bohme, Diethard K.
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366 Hydrogen/deuterium exchange in the reactions of methyl cation with methane Hack Sung, Lee
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367 Hydrogen/deuterium exchange of mass-selected peptide ions with ND3 in a tandem sector mass spectrometer Cheng, Xueheng
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368 Hyphenated methods in mass spectrometry van der Greef, J.
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369 Hysteresis effects observed in MALDI using oriented, protein-doped matrix crystals Fournier, I.
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370 Identification and quantification of the source terms for uranium in surface waters collected at the Rocky Flats facility Efurd, D.W.
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371 Identification of modified peptides by metastable fragmentation in MALDI mass spectrometry Schnölzer, Martina
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372 Identification of pollutants in ammunition hazardous waste sites by thermospray HPLC/MS Astratov, Michael
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373 Identification of the electronic transitions in the double ionization of six amines to singlet electronic states of their dications Jeffreys, N.
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374 Identification of the transient benzonitrile n-sulfide by flash-vacuum pyrolysis and neutralization—reionization mass spectrometry Maquestiau, André
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375 Imaging ion and molecular transport at subcellular resolution by secondary ion mass spectrometry Chandra, Subhash
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376 Improving positive ion detection by reduction of the work function of post-acceleration dynodes Ruatta, Stephen A.
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377 Inclusion of a MALDI ion source in the ion chromatography technique: conformational information on polymer and biomolecular ions von Helden, Gert
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378 Influence of ion activation and thermalization effects on reaction rate constants in a quadrupole ion trap mass spectrometer Liere, P.
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379 Infrared laser excitation of gas phase molecules prior to field ionization Aben, Ilse
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380 Infrared multiphoton dissociation of electrosprayed crown ether complexes Peiris, Dilrukshi M.
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382 In situ analysis of organic monolayers and their reactivity on single micrometer-sized particles by time-of-flight secondary ion mass spectrometry Fister, Thomas F.
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383 Instrumental measures to enhance the mass resolution in matrix assisted laser desorption/ionization (MALDI) time-of-flight experiments: computational simulations and experimental observations Amft, Matthias
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384 Interaction of free electrons with C60: ionization and attachment reactions Lezius, M.
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385 Interfacial reactions and counterion effects in the secondary ion mass spectra of perrhenate salts Hand, Owen W.
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386 Interference signals in “third-generation” BEBE sector field mass spectrometers Schröder, Detlef
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387 Internal and translational energy effects on the charge- transfer reaction of CO+ 2 with O2 Ferguson, E.E.
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389 Intramolecular hydrogen—deuterium exchange in isomeric methyl ethyl esters of phenylmaleic, -fumaric, and -succinic acids under chemical ionization: low energy CID study and geometrical requirements of the exchange Mandelbaum, A.
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390 Investigation of asymmetric gas-phase ion/molecule reactions by FT-ICR spectrometry Nikolaev, E.N.
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391 Investigation of the neuroleptic drug haloperidol and its metabolites using tandem mass spectrometry Fang, Jian
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392 Investigations of 2,5-DHB and succinic acid as matrices for IR and UV MALDI. Part: I UV and IR laser ablation in the MALDI process Kampmeier, Jürgen
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394 Ion beam induced desorption with postionization using high repetition femtosecond lasers Brummel, C.L.
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395 Ion beam studies of atomic ion collisions with C60: chemistry at surface, substitutional, and endohedral sites Basir, Yousef
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396 Ion distribution profiles in the drift region of an ion mobility spectrometer Karpas, Z.
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397 Ion-emitting molten glasses — silica gel revisited Huett, T.
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398 Ionic Lewis superacids in the gas phase. Part 3. Reactions of gaseous CF+ 3 with nitrogen bases Grandinetti, Felice
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399 Ionic Lewis superacids in the gas phase. Part 2. Reactions of gaseous CF+ 3 with oxygen bases Grandinetti, Felice
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400 Ion-induced electron emission from solid surfaces: information content of the electron number statistics Vana, M.
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401 Ion-ion proton transfer reactions of multiply-charged oligonucleotide cations Stephenson Jr., James L.
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402 Ionization of noble gas atoms by alpha particles and fission fragments from the decay of 252Cf1 Hill, B.M.
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403 Ion kinetic energy distribution in nitrogen d.c. discharge Kumar, Santhosh
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404 Ion microscope and ion microprobe analysis under oxygen, cesium and gallium bombardment Migeon, H.-N.
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405 Ion/molecule association reactions: Cl− addition to SiF4 IN He and N2 Babcock, Lucia M.
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406 Ion-molecule clusters involving doubly charged metal ions (M2+) Blades, Arthur T.
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407 Ion/molecule reaction rate coefficients at translational temperatures below 5 K: selected bimolecular reactions of C2H2 + and NH4 + Smith, Mark A.
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408 Ion/molecule reactions in astrophysical plasmas Dalgarno, A.
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409 Ion/molecule reactions leading to WF n + (n = 1−5): implications for the mechanisms of ion/surface reactions Chen, Guodong
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410 Ion/molecule reactions of sputtered species Campana, Joseph E.
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411 Ion/molecule reactions of tert-butyl cation with tertiary alcohols Audier, Henri E.
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412 Ion motion in a Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance wire ion guide cell Gillig, Kent J.
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413 Ion optics of multipoles 2. Field calculations and contributions of higher harmonics Boerboom, A.J.H.
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414 Ion/surface collisions at functionalized self-assembled monolayer surfaces Morris, M.R.
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415 Ion track structure probed by plasma desorption mass spectrometry U.R. Sundqvist, Bo
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416 Ion trap mass spectrometry March, Raymond E.
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417 Ion traps for Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry: principles and design of geometric and electric configurations Guan, Shenheng
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418 Is n = 60 a magic number for C+ n clusters or part of a magic shell? Laskin, Julia
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419 Isomerization and dissociation in competition: the two-component dissociation rates of methyl acetate ions Mazyar, Oleg A.
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420 Isomerization of carbonium ions in collision complexes Ausloos, P.
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421 Isotope dilution mass spectrometry Heumann, Klaus G.
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422 Isotope effects in radiative cooling: the Al(C6H6)+ system Stöckigt, Detlef
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423 Isotope ratio and trace element imaging of pyrite grains in gold ores Fleming, Ronald H.
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424 Isotope ratio measurements using glow discharge mass spectrometry Riciputi, Lee R.
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425 ITMS capabilities in isomer analysis. Part 3. Characterisation of methyl and dimethyl derivatives of 8-desmethylseseline, potential anti-proliferative agents, by tandem mass spectrometry Kiremire, B.
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426 John H. Beynon K. Boyd, Robert
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427 Kinetic energy analysis in time of flight mass spectrometry: application of time of flight methods to clusters and pyrolysis studies in supersonic expansions Riley, John S.
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428 Kinetic energy losses and vibrational excitation in hyperthermal C60-surface scattering: dependence on vibrational energy of the incident molecule Bekkerman, A.
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430 Kinetics and mechanism studies of large protonated water clusters, H+ (H2O) n , n = 1–60, at thermal energy Yang, X.
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431 Kinetic study of protonated methanol clusters with acetonitrile Zhang, X.
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432 K.R. Jennings — ‘the sheffield years (1960–1972)’ or ‘from gas kinetics to mass spectrometry’: A personal recollection O'Malley, Rebecca M.
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433 K.R. Jenning — the man and his work Maccoll, Allan
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434 Laboratory-frame and rotating-frame ion trajectories in ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry Wang, Mingda
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435 Large-scale coupled cluster calculations for the linear carbon anions C3 −, C4 −, C7 − and C10 − Schmatz, Stefan
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436 Laser assisted reflectron time-of-flight mass spectrometry Mamyrin, B.A.
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437 Laser fluorescence and mass spectrometric measurements of vibrational relaxation of N2 +(v) with He, Ne, Ar, Kr, and Xe Kato, Shuji
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438 Laser-induced acoustic desorption Golovlev, V.V.
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439 Laser ion sources for time-of-flight mass spectrometry Boesl, U.
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440 Laser produced ions stored in a cylindrical ion trap and detected in a reflectron time-of-flight mass spectrometer Grebner, Th.L.
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441 Last correspondence with the honorand 1995
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442 Ligand addition versus substitution in the slow reaction of 13CO with Mn(CO)− 4 in a flowing afterglow apparatus McDonald, Richard N.
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443 Linear excitation and detection in Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry Grosshans, Peter B.
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446 Low energy collision induced dissociation: phase-shifting excitation control of ion kinetic energy in ion cyclotron resonance spectrometry Boering, Kristie A.
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447 Low energy electron attachment to brominated ethanes and ethylenes Sunagawa, Takeyoshi
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450 Low-energy, low-temperature mass spectra. Part 11. The spectra of the alkanoic acids Maccoll, A.
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451 Low-energy, low-temperature mass spectra. XII. Identification of the isomers of the menthols and menthol methyl ethers by low-energy, low-temperature mass spectrometry Brophy, J.J.
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452 Low pressure ion/molecule clustering reactions towards cationic dimers Heck, Albert J.R.
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453 Lyapunov exponents for the intramolecular motion of the Cl−CH3Br complex Wang, Haobin
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455 MALDI FTMS analysis of polymers: improved performance using an open ended cylindrical analyzer cell Easterling, Michael L.
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456 MALDI induced saturation effects in chevron microchannel plate detectors Westman, A.
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457 MALDI mass spectrometry of biomolecules and synthetic polymers using alkali hexacyanoferrate (II) complexes and glycerol as matrix Zöllner, Peter
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458 MALDI-TOF and electrospray tandem mass spectrometric analysis of fatty acyl-CoA esters Hankin, Joseph A.
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460 Mass analyzed threshold ionization: structural information for a mass spectrum and mass information for ionic spectroscopy Johnson, Philip M.
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467 Mass spectrometric measurement of β-endorphin and methionine enkephalin in human pituitaries. Tumors and post-mortem controls Kusmierz, Jozef J.
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468 Mass spectrometric studies of the reactivity of antimony trioxide with halogenated flame retardants in the pyrolysis of plastics Gale, P.Jane
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470 Mass spectrometry and density functional studies of neutral and anionic tin clusters Jackson, P.
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471 Mass spectrometry and the environmental sciences Hites, Ronald A.
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473 Mass spectrometry of perfluoroalkylated Buckminsterfullerene: a case for sequential gas phase double electron capture McEwen, Charles N.
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476 Matrix-assisted laser desorption fourier transform mass spectrometry for the structural examination of modified nucleic acid constituents Hettich, R.L.
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478 Matrix-assisted ultraviolet laser desorption of non-volatile compounds Karas, M.
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479 Matrix effects in plasma desorption mass spectrometry Bouchonnet, Stephane
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480 Matrix effects on the formation of beam-induced adduct ions during fast atom bombardment of N-alkylpyridinium salts Keough, T.
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481 Matrix effects on the relative sensitivity factors measured by laser microprobe mass spectrometry Bate, D.J.
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482 Measured and calculated absolute total cross-sections for the single ionization of CF x and NF x by electron impact Deutsch, H.
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487 Mechanism of cationization of sucrose by sodium in laser desorption: A study by fourier transform mass spectrometry Chiarelli, M.Paul
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488 Mechanism of formation of FAB spectra Sunner, Jan
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489 Mechanisms for the desorption of large organic molecules Johnson, R.E.
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491 Mechanisms of ion-induced desorption of large molecules and clusters King, B.V.
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492 Mechanistic insight into the reactions of O − with aromatic compounds and the synthesis of didehydroaromatic anions in the gas phase Guo, Yili
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493 Metal-vapor vacuum arc as a primary ion source for secondary ion mass spectrometry Wang, Bing-Huang
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494 Metastable decay of propane (CH3CD2CH3)- and argon/propane-cluster ions induced by isomerization of a propyl ion core and fragmentation patterns of propane ions in the cluster environment Foltin, M.
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502 Models for matrix-assisted desorption by a laser-pulse Johnson, R.E.
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504 Molecular fragmentation and formation processes in plasma desorption mass spectrometry Hilf, E.R.
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505 Molecular orbital studies on cyclic sulfur clusters: S6S12 Raghavachari, Krishnan
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506 Molecular orbital study of resonance electron capture by 3-substituted aliphatic acids and their methyl esters Voinov, Valeriy G.
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507 Molecular processes in CH4H2 plasmas diluted with rare gases: reactions of X∗ atoms and X+ ions (X  Ne and Ar) with methane molecules Tosi, Paolo
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508 Monte Carlo simulations of quadrupole collision cells Woods, M.D.
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509 MS-MS parent scans on a quadrupole ion trap mass spectrometer by simultaneous resonant excitation of multiple ions Johnson, Jodie V.
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510 Multiphoton and soft X-ray ionization mass spectrometry Boesl, U.
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511 Multiphoton ionization of group VIB hexacarbonyl Van Der Waals clusters: trends in intracluster photochemistry Peifer, William R.
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512 Multiple stages of mass spectrometry in a quadrupole ion trap mass spectrometer: prerequisites McLuckey, Scott A.
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513 Multireference—configuration interaction (MRCI) calculations of HS2+ and experimental observation via electron impact ionization of H2S Miller, Paul J.
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514 Negative ion formation by field ionization—studied by field ion microscopy and appearance energy measurements Röllgen, F.W.
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515 Neutralization-reionization mass spectrometry McLafferty, Fred W.
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516 Neutral/neutral reactions without barriers: comparisons with ion/molecule systems and their possible role in the chemistry of interstellar clouds Smith, Ian W.M.
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517 New developments in charge separation mass spectrometry Eland, J.H.D.
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518 New technologies for small sample stable isotope measurement: static vacuum gas source mass spectrometry, laser probes, ion probes and gas chromatography-isotope ratio mass spectrometry Pillinger, C.T.
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519 193 nm photodissociation of larger multiply-charged biomolecules Guan, Ziqiang
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520 Non-destructive detection of ions in a quadrupole ion trap using a d.c. pulse to force coherent ion motion: a simulation study Cooks, R.G.
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521 Novel scan routines for selected ion monitoring using an ion trap mass spectrometer Creaser, C.S.
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522 Numerical solution of Laplace's equation for axially symmetric regions with a discontinuous linear boundary Rygal, Sergey A.
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523 Observation of positive and negative cluster ions in the fast atom bombardment mass spectra of tetraalkylammonium halopentacarbonylchromate salts Todd, John F.J.
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524 Observation of rotational predissociation in 20NeH+, 22NeH+, 20NeD+, 40ArH+ and D2 + formed from various precursors Brenton, A.Gareth
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525 Off-axis injection into an ICR ion trap: a means for efficient capture of a continuous beam of externally generated ions Guan, Shenheng
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526 On sensitivity and competition for preformed ions in FAB Shiea, Jentaie
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527 On the dissociation and conformation of gas-phase methonium ions Gross, Deborah S.
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528 On the dynamics and energy of ion clouds stored in an R.F. quadrupole trap Vedel, Fernande
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529 On the dynamics of the reaction of positive hydrogen cluster ions (H5 + to H23 +) with para and normal hydrogen at 10 K Paul, W.
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530 On the protonation and proton affinity of SF6 Mackay, G.I.
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531 On the relationship between successive ionization energies of C60: the ionization scaling law revisited Scheier, P.
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532 On the SIMS depth profiling analysis: reduction of matrix effect Gao, Y.
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533 On the structure and unimolecular chemistry of protonated halomethanes Heck, Albert J.R.
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534 On the structure of Al(acetone)+ 2 Bauschlicher Jr., Charles W.
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535 On the structure of CH3O+ 2 product ions in Ar/O2/CH4 mixtures: the first example of a kinetic surface Kirchner, Nicholas J.
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536 On the structure of the C2H4O2 neutrals (acetic acid versus 1,1-dihydroxyethene) generated from ionized n-hexanoic acid and n-butyl acetate in the gas phase. Implications for the mechanism of the McLafferty rearrangement Van Baar, Ben L.M.
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537 On the use of distorted Franck—Condon factors in the interpretation of neutralization—reionization experiments Lorquet, J.C.
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538 Operation of a quadrupole ion trap mass spectrometer to achieve high mass/charge ratios Kaiser Jr., Raymond E.
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539 Oxidation induced ionization and reactions of metal carbide clusters (Nb, Zr, V, Ta) Deng, H.T.
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540 Particle bombardment (keV) mass spectra of ethylene glycol, glycerol, and water at sub-ambient temperatures Katz, R.N.
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541 Paul Kebarle McMahon, Terry
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542 Peptide sequencing of charged derivatives by postsource decay MALDI mass spectrometry Spengler, Bernhard
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543 Performance of a thermal ionisation mass spectrometer with a deceleration lens system and post-deceleration detector selection van Calsteren, Peter
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544 Personal reminiscences by Ardis Nier Nier, Ardis
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545 Phospholipids in middle ear effusion and serum analysed by liquid ionization mass spectrometry Yokoyama, Yukio
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546 Photochemical cleavage of metal—carbon nanocrystals and their reconstruction into met—cars clusters Pilgrim, J.S.
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547 Photodetachment from anions in a drift cell. Application to SF6 − at 337 nm Ingólfsson, Oddur
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548 Photodissociation and collisionally activated dissociation tandem mass spectrometric studies of difluoro[triazol-1-ylmethyl]benzhydrols and related compounds in a quadruple ion trap Creaser, C.S.
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549 Photodissociation dynamics of doubly charged iron pentacarbonyl Fe(CO)5 2+ Hsieh, Shizuka
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550 Photodissociation of Cl2 +, Br2 + and I2 + McLoughlin, R.G.
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551 Photodissociation of copper clusters, Cu+ n (n = 3–8), in the 370–710 nm wavelength region Jarrold, Martin F.
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552 Photodissociation of magnesium ion/molecule complexes in a reflectron time-of-flight mass spectrometer Yeh, C.S.
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553 Photodissociation spectroscopy of several C5H+ 6 isomeric ions Asamoto, Bruce
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554 Photodissociation studies of Cn + at 193 nm (n = 5−19)1 Pozniak, Boguslav P.
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555 Photoemission electron impact ionization in time-of-flight mass spectrometry: an examination of experimental consequences Colby, Steven M.
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556 Photofragmentation of toluene in a fourier transform-mass spectrometer in the visible and infrared range Bensimon, Mike
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557 Pitfalls on the road to the ideal time-of-flight mirror: ideal time-focusing in the second stage of tandem mass spectrometers Makarov, Alexander A.
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558 Plasma desorption characterization of glucuronide and glutathione conjugates derived from bilirubin Fenselau, Catherine
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559 Plasma desorption mass spectra of the three-dimensionally non-molecular material [Cd(SC6H4CH3-4)2]∞ formation of cadmium-containing cluster ions Grey Craig, A.
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560 Plasma desorption mass spectrometry in studies of formation and sputtering of fullerenes by MeV atomic ions Bitensky, I.
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561 Plasma source mass spectrometry Hieftje, Gary M.
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562 Polyatomic ion-molecule radiative association: theoretical framework and predictions: observations of NO+ + C6H5CN as an example Dunbar, Robert C.
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563 Polyatomic ions: Bond energies, most stable isometric form and low excited states Bates, David R.
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564 Polymerization of acrylamide in the conditions of fast atom bombardment mass spectrometry Kosevich, M.V.
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565 Positive ion chemistry of gaseous boric and polyboric acids Attinà, Marina
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566 Precise determinations of the isotopic compositions and atomic weights of molybdenum, tellurium, tin and tungsten using ICP magnetic sector multiple collector mass spectrometry Lee, Der-Chuen
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567 Preface Graham Cooks, R.
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568 Preface Glish, GaryL.
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569 Preface G. Kistemaker, Piet
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570 Preface Marshall, Alan G.
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571 Preface 1997
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572 Preface Bowers, Mike
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573 Preface Beynon, J.H.
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574 Preface Bowers, M.T.
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575 Preface Derrick, P.J.
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576 Pressure dependence of charge reversal processes De Lange, W.
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577 Probing the unusual kinetic behavior of Si2C+ 2 reactions with unsaturated and aromatic compounds Parent, Denise C.
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578 Production and identification of saturated hydrocarbon cluster dications Rauth, T.
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579 Production, dissociation and reactivity of carbon cluster anions McElvany, Stephen W.
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580 Professor David Smith: List of publications 1995
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581 Professor Maximilian Pahl Lindinger, Werner
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582 Professor Michael Barber Thomas, ProfessorJ.M.
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583 Progress in mass spectrometry of nucleic acid constituents: analysis of xenobiotic modifications and measurements at high mass McCloskey, James A.
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169-170 C p. 593-615
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584 Proton affinity determinations using the kinetic method in an ion trap mass spectrometer Nourse, Bobette D.
1991
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585 Protonated water and protonated methanol cluster decompositions in a quadrupole ion trap McLuckey, Scott A.
1991
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586 Proton-bound dimers of aliphatic carboxamides: gas-phase basicity and dissociation energy Witt, Matthias
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587 Proton mobility in protonated amino acids and peptides Harrison, Alex G.
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588 Proton motion within proton-bound dimers: H3O+ · H2O ⇌ H2O · H3O+, NH+ 4 · NH3 ⇌ NH3 · NH+ 4 and CH+ 5 · CH4 ⇌ CH4 · CH+ 5 A Kinetic model for isotope-exchange reactions Henchman, Michael
1991
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589 Proton transfer between functional groups in MH+ ions of stereoisomeric diethers on chemical ionization and collision-induced dissociation conditions Morlender-Vais, N.
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590 Proton transfer reaction mass spectrometry: on-line trace gas analysis at the ppb level Hansel, A.
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591 Proton transfer reactions of C2H4 +: the bond energy D(C2H3−H) Petrank, A.
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592 Proton transfer reactions of C2H+ 2 : the bond energy D 0 (C2HH) Iraqi, M.
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169-170 C p. 679-691
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593 Pulse amplitude analysis: a new dimension in single ion time-of-flight mass spectrometry Bondarenko, P.V.
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594 Pyrolytic and gas phase fullerene derivatization reactions Hoke II, Steven H.
1994
169-170 C p. 209-219
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595 Quantitative biomedical mass spectrometry De Leenheer, AndréP.
1992
169-170 C p. 723-737
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596 Quantitative determination of kinetic energy releases from metastable decompositions of sputtered organic ions using a time-of-flight mass spectrometer with a single-stage ion mirror Barofsky, D.F.
1994
169-170 C p. 283-294
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597 Quantitative matrix assisted plasma desorption mass spectrometry Jungclas, Hartmut
1993
169-170 C p. 157-161
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598 Radial velocities of ejected ions: implications for the mechanisms of molecular ion formation in plasma desorption mass spectrometry of biomolecules Demirev, P.
1991
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599 Radial velocity distributions of secondary ions ejected in electronic sputtering of organic solids Fenyö, D.
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600 Radiative energy loss from hot C60 molecules Chupka, W.A.
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601 Radiative lifetimes for an ion of astrophysical interest: HCO+ Mauclaire, G.
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602 Radiative relaxation of vibrationally excited ions Mauclaire, G.
1987
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603 Radiocarbon analysis by accelerator mass spectrometry Donahue, Douglas J.
1995
169-170 C p. 235-245
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604 Raimund Kaufmann 1997
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605 Rapid heating in fragile molecule mass spectrometry Beuhler, R.J.
1987
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606 Rapid microscale analyses with an external ion source Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometer Heeren, Ron M.A.
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607 Rapid micro-scale proteolysis of proteins for MALDI-MS peptide mapping using immobilized trypsin Gobom, Johan
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608 Rate and mechanism of alkyl ion formation from alkyl halides as studied by field ionization kinetics Kluft, Els
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609 Rate constants and product distributions as functions of temperature for the reaction of OH−(H2O)0,1,2 with CH3CN Hierl, Peter M.
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610 Rate constants for the reactions of N+ and N2 + with O2 as a function of temperature (300–1800 K) Dotan, I.
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611 Reaction rates of electrons with dipolar molecules Clary, David C.
1987
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612 Reactions and properties of clusters Castleman Jr., A.W.
1992
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613 Reactions of alkyl halides with distonic acylium radical cations Smith, Rebecca L.
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614 Reactions of Fe+ coordinated to the π-donating ligands C2H4, c-C5H5, C6H6 and C60 with N2O and CO: probing the bonding in (C60)Fe+ Baranov, Vladimir
1995
169-170 C p. 543-553
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615 Reactions of Kr+ 2 with various neutrals Praxmarer, C.
1993
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616 Reactions of metastable ionized γ, γ-dialkylallyl methyl ethers: relative rates for elimination of alkyl radicals by formal γ-cleavage Bowen, Richard D.
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617 Reactions of protonated water clusters with deuterated ammonia: H(H2O)+ n (n = 1–4) + ND3 Honma, Kenji
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618 Reactive collisions in quadrupole cells 5. Reactions of singly charged transition metal ions with cyclopentene Ni, Jinsong
1995
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619 Rearrangement and dissociative processes in the [C3H6O]+. potential energy surface. Radical cations with the CCCO frame: a model system Bouchoux, G.
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620 Recent advances in the low voltage mass spectrometric analysis of fossil fuel distillates Aczel, Thomas
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621 Recent applications of mass spectrometry in forensic toxicology Foltz, Rodger L.
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622 Recent developments in applications of RRKM-QET Lifshitz, Chava
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623 Recent developments in inductively coupled plasma magnetic sector multiple collector mass spectrometry Halliday, Alex N.
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169-170 C p. 21-33
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624 Recent successes in the use of secondary ion mass spectrometry in microelectronics materials and processing Magee, Charles W.
1995
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625 Recombination of H3 + and D3 + ions in a flowing afterglow plasma Gougousi, T.
1995
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626 Relating ion/neutral reaction rate coefficients and cross-sections by accessing a database for ion transport properties Viehland, Larry A.
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627 Relative dissociation energies of singly and doubly charged fullerene ions, C n z+, for n = 52 to 70 Matt, S.
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628 Relaxation of vibrationally excited ions O+ 2(v) and NO+ (v) in collisions with He Pogrebnya, S.K.
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629 Resonance-enhanced multiphoton ionization spectroscopy in an ion trap detector Goeringer, D.E.
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630 Resonance-enhanced photodissociation spectroscopy of mass-selected metal cluster cations Cheng, P.Y.
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631 Resonance-enhanced two-photon ionization time-of-flight spectroscopy of cold perfluorinated polyethers and their external and internal van der Waals dimers Anex, Deon S.
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632 Resonant formation of cluster anions containing SF6 involving a pick-up experiment with argon and nitrogen clusters Grill, V.
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633 Rotational effects in complex-forming bimolecular reactions: Application to the reaction CH4+O2 + Troe, J.
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634 Scanning ion images; analysis of pharmaceutical drugs at organelle levels Larras-Regard, E.
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635 Secondary electron emission induced by impact of low-velocity molecular ions on a microchannel plate Geno, P.W.
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636 Secondary emission of negative ions and electrons resulting from electronic sputtering of cesium salts: differences between halides and oxygenated salts Allali, H.
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637 Secondary ion emission and images from a biologic matrix Todd, Peter J.
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638 Secondary ion emission from various metals and the semiconductors Si and GaAs induced by mega-electronvolt ion impact Matthäus, R.
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639 Secondary neutral mass spectrometry (SNMS)-recent methodical progress and applications to fundamental studies in particle/surface interaction Oechsner, Hans
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169-170 C p. 271-282
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640 Selected ion flow drift tube studies of the kinetics of the reactions of Si+(2P) with C2H2 and C6H6 Glosik, J.
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641 Selected-ion flow tube studies of reactions of C2N+ ions derived from cyanogen by electron ionization Bohme, Diethard K.
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642 Selected ion flow tube studies of S2 + reactions with a series of organic molecules Decker, Brian K.
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643 Sequenching of peptides in a time-of-flight mass spectrometer: evaluation of postsource decay following matrix-assisted laser desorption ionisation (MALDI) Kaufmann, R.
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169-170 C p. 355-385
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644 Sequencing an “unknown” peptide by time-of-flight secondary ion mass spectrometry Poppe-Schriemer, N.
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169-170 C p. 301-315
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645 Sequencing of modified oligonucleotides using in-source fragmentation and delayed pulsed ion extraction matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometry Wang, Bing H.
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646 Sequential mass spectrometry applied to the study of the formation of “internal” fragment ions of protonated peptides Ballard, Kevin D.
1991
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647 SF4: electron affinity determination by charge-transfer reactions Viggiano, A.A.
1991
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648 SIFDT studies of some CH+ 3 ternary association reactions Adams, N.G.
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649 SIFDT studies of the reactions of C+, CH+ and CH+ 2 with HCl and CO2, and CH+ 3 with HCl Glosik, J.
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650 SIFDT studies of the reactions of N+ 4 ions with H2, D2, and Ar Tichý, M.
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651 SIFT studies of the reactions of H3O+, NO+ and O2 + with a series of alcohols Spanel, Patrik
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652 SIFT studies of the reactions of H3O+, NO+ and O2 + with a series of aldehydes and ketones Španěl, Patrik
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653 SIFT studies of the reactions of rare gas atomic ions with Cl2 and Br2 Španěl, P.
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654 SIMS imaging of paper surfaces. Part 4. The detection of desizing agents on hard-to-size paper surfaces Brinen, J.S.
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655 SIMS quantification in Si, GaAs, and diamond - an update Wilson, R.G.
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169-170 C p. 43-49
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656 SIMS studies of the corrosion of zirconium Tapping, R.L.
1995
169-170 C p. 75-89
15 p.
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657 Simulation of a discrete electrode detector array performance Narayan, D.J.
1995
169-170 C p. 439-449
11 p.
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658 Simulation study of an ion cage with superimposed multipole fields Franzen, J.
1991
169-170 C p. 63-78
16 p.
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659 Simultaneous detection of large mass spectra using unequally spaced multichannel plates in double exposure Boerboom, A.J.H.
1988
169-170 C p. 21-29
9 p.
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660 Simultaneous ion detection mass spectrometer for the measurement of stratospheric trace gases Rytz, Ch.
1994
169-170 C p. 55-66
12 p.
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661 Size dependence of radiative association rates Ryzhov, Victor
1997
169-170 C p. 627-635
9 p.
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662 Slow dissociation reactions of singly charged ions in reflectron mass spectrometers Hagan, D.A.
1993
169-170 C p. 67-74
8 p.
artikel
663 Small-area depth profiling in a quadrupole based SIMS instrument Wittmaack, K.
1995
169-170 C p. 19-27
9 p.
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664 Small carbon rings: dissociation, isomerization, and a simple model based on strain Shelimov, Konstantin B.
1994
169-170 C p. 17-31
15 p.
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665 Smaller carbon species in the laboratory and space Kroto, H.W.
1994
169-170 C p. 1-15
15 p.
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666 Solvation of halide ions with CH3OH in the gas phase Hiraoka, Kenzo
1991
169-170 C p. 133-150
18 p.
artikel
667 Some alternative scanning methods for the ion trap mass spectrometer Todd, J.F.J.
1991
169-170 C p. 117-135
19 p.
artikel
668 Some general aspects of the chemistry of Organo-alkali metal ions. An overview of recent work Mallis, Larry M.
1987
169-170 C p. 147-178
32 p.
artikel
669 Some problems in interstellar chemistry Dalgarno, A.
1987
169-170 C p. 1-13
13 p.
artikel
670 Some reflections on the early days of mass spectrometry at the university of minnesota Nier, Alfred O.
1990
169-170 C p. 1-13
13 p.
artikel
671 Source-analyser coupling in the quadrupole mass filter Dawson, P.H.
1990
169-170 C p. 41-50
10 p.
artikel
672 Spectroscopic characterisation of open-shell cations. Laser excitation spectra of XCCX+ (X = Cl, Br) Maier, John P.
1984
169-170 C p. 243-250
8 p.
artikel
673 Spectroscopic characterization of inductive binding in ions Lessen, D.
1990
169-170 C p. 331-351
21 p.
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674 Stability of carbon clusters C N for 46 ≤ N ≤ 102 Barran, P.E.
1997
169-170 C p. 127-133
7 p.
artikel
675 Stabilization energy and positional effects in halogen-substituted alkyl ions Holmes, John L.
1988
169-170 C p. 209-215
7 p.
artikel
676 Stable confinement in an azimuthally asymmetric FTICR ion trap Peurrung, A.J.
1994
169-170 C p. 39-46
8 p.
artikel
677 State-selected charge transfer reaction of CO+ (X, v; A, v′) with Ar Imamura, Takashi
1995
169-170 C p. 161-166
6 p.
artikel
678 State-selected ion/molecule reactions by the TESICO technique. XIV. Separation of two microscopic reaction mechanisms in the reaction CH3Cl+ + CH3Cl → CH4Cl+ + CH2Cl Suzuki, Shinzo
1987
169-170 C p. 187-199
13 p.
artikel
679 Status of, and developments in, mass spectrometry of peptides and proteins Roepstorff, Peter
1992
169-170 C p. 789-809
21 p.
artikel
680 Stone-age mass spectrometry: the beginnings of “SIMS” at RCA Laboratories, Princeton Honig, Richard E.
1995
169-170 C p. 1-10
10 p.
artikel
681 Stored waveform inverse Fourier transform (SWIFT) ion excitation in trapped-ion mass spectometry: Theory and applications Guan, Shenheng
1996
169-170 C p. 5-37
33 p.
artikel
682 Stratospheric positive ion composition measurements and acetonitrile detection: a consistent picture? Arijs, E.
1987
169-170 C p. 15-31
17 p.
artikel
683 Stratospheric trace gas detection using a new balloon-borne acims method Arnold, F.
1987
169-170 C p. 33-44
12 p.
artikel
684 Strong hydrogen bonding in the gas phase: fluoromethane⋯hydronium versus fluoromethane⋯ammonium Illies, Andreas J.
1997
169-170 C p. 431-445
15 p.
artikel
685 Structural analysis of proteins by capillary HPLC electrospray tandem mass spectrometry Griffin, Patrick R.
1991
169-170 C p. 131-149
19 p.
artikel
686 Structural measurements on several alamethicin peptides by the time-of-flight correlation technique Poppe-Schriemer, N.
1995
169-170 C p. 65-85
21 p.
artikel
687 Structure determination of isomeric hexadeoxynucleotide photoproducts by high-field NMR and fast atom bombardment/ tandem mass spectrometry Vollmer, David
1997
169-170 C p. 487-496
10 p.
artikel
688 Structures and energies of small carbon clusters: what experiment and theory have to say about C+ 8, C+ 9 and C+ 10 von Helden, Gert
1994
169-170 C p. 33-47
15 p.
artikel
689 Structures and heats of formation of C4H+ 7 ions in the gas phase Lias, Sharon G.
1987
169-170 C p. 165-181
17 p.
artikel
690 Studies of group III cation reactions: consecutive association of methanol to Al+, Ga+, and In+ Leuchtner, R.E.
1990
169-170 C p. 199-212
14 p.
artikel
691 Studies of ion structures by photodissociation van der Hart, W.J.
1992
169-170 C p. 617-633
17 p.
artikel
692 Studies of polyisobutylene using time-of-flight secondary ion mass spectrometry (TOF-SIMS) Xu, Keyang
1995
169-170 C p. 113-129
17 p.
artikel
693 Studies of reactions of small titanium oxide cluster cations toward oxygen at thermal energies Guo, B.C.
1992
169-170 C p. 129-144
16 p.
artikel
694 Studies of the chemistry of large semiconductor cluster ions Ray, Urmi
1990
169-170 C p. 625-646
22 p.
artikel
695 Studies of the dissociation mechanisms of deprotonated mononucleotides by energy resolved collision-induced dissociation Ho, Yeunghaw
1997
169-170 C p. 433-455
23 p.
artikel
696 Studies of the formation of cluster ions NH4 +·(NH3) n , n = 1–4, using a high pressure flowing afterglow apparatus Glosík, J.
1995
169-170 C p. 187-197
11 p.
artikel
697 Studies of the gas phase reactions of protonated methanol with methanol using oxygen-18 and deuterium labeling Dang, Thuy Thanh
1992
169-170 C p. 65-82
18 p.
artikel
698 Studies on gas-phase positive ion-molecule reactions initiated by proton transfer to alcohols: the reactions of 2-methyl-2-propanol (t-butyl alcohol) with H3O+ in a Fourier transform mass spectrometer (FTMS) Bell, A.J.
1997
169-170 C p. 169-178
10 p.
artikel
699 Studies on the evaporation and ionisation behaviour of uranium and plutonium in thermal ionisation mass spectrometry Aggarwal, Suresh K
1994
169-170 C p. 111-126
16 p.
artikel
700 Study of the charge-remote fragmentation of bradykinin using 252Cf-plasma desorption mass spectrometry Bunk, David M.
1991
169-170 C p. 55-75
21 p.
artikel
701 Subject index 1993
169-170 C p. 217-219
3 p.
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702 Subject index 1991
169-170 C p. 397-398
2 p.
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703 Subject index 1992
169-170 C p. 379-382
4 p.
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704 Subject index 1993
169-170 C p. 223-225
3 p.
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705 Subject index 1992
169-170 C p. 661-667
7 p.
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706 Subject index 1995
169-170 C p. 285-288
4 p.
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707 Subject Index 1994
169-170 C p. 327-329
3 p.
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708 Subject index 1994
169-170 C p. 193-195
3 p.
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709 Subject index 1994
169-170 C p. 411-413
3 p.
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710 Subject index 1994
169-170 C p. 175-177
3 p.
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711 Subject index 1991
169-170 C p. 357-358
2 p.
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712 Subject index 1993
169-170 C p. 195-197
3 p.
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713 Subject index 1995
169-170 C p. 633-638
6 p.
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714 Subject index 1991
169-170 C p. 316-317
2 p.
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715 Subject index 1995
169-170 C p. 367-372
6 p.
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716 Subject index 1997
169-170 C p. 403-408
6 p.
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717 Subject index 1996
169-170 C p. 407-410
4 p.
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718 Subject index 1992
169-170 C p. 877-878
2 p.
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719 Subject index 1997
169-170 C p. 657-664
8 p.
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720 Subject index 1997
169-170 C p. 773-780
8 p.
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721 Subject index 1987
169-170 C p. 394-395
2 p.
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722 Subject index 1990
169-170 C p. 823-825
3 p.
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723 Subject index 1989
169-170 C p. 333-335
3 p.
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724 Subject index 1988
169-170 C p. 427-
1 p.
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725 Subject index 1987
169-170 C p. 290-292
3 p.
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726 Subject index 1984
169-170 C p. 329-330
2 p.
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727 Subject index 1990
169-170 C p. 354-355
2 p.
artikel
728 Subject index 1987
169-170 C p. 274-276
3 p.
artikel
729 Super-dissociative recombination of H2 +? Mitchell, J.B.A.
1995
169-170 C p. 153-160
8 p.
artikel
730 Surface secondary electron and secondary ion emission induced by large molecular ion impacts Brunelle, A.
1993
169-170 C p. 65-73
9 p.
artikel
731 Surfactant and micellar influences on desorption and fragmentation in liquid secondary ion mass spectrometry Huang, Zhaoxia
1993
169-170 C p. 169-181
13 p.
artikel
732 Synthesis, separation, characterization, fragmentation, and aggregation of giant fullerenes Lykke, Keith R.
1994
169-170 C p. 149-157
9 p.
artikel
733 Tandem mass spectrometric determination of polychlorodibenzo-p-dioxins and polychlorodibenzofurans in a quadrupole ion trap using multi-frequency resonant excitation Splendore, Maurizio
1997
169-170 C p. 595-609
15 p.
artikel
734 Tandem mass spectrometry studies of oxygen interactions with fullerenes and metallofullerenes Callahan, John H.
1994
169-170 C p. 221-239
19 p.
artikel
735 Temperature dependence of electron attachment processes Hahndorf, Ina
1997
169-170 C p. 87-101
15 p.
artikel
736 Temperature-dependent, collision-induced dissociations in an ion-trap mass spectrometer Lim, H.K.
1991
169-170 C p. 191-196
6 p.
artikel
737 The absolute isotopic composition of europium Chang, Tsing Lien
1994
169-170 C p. 95-102
8 p.
artikel
738 The analysis of diagnostic markers of genetic disorders in human blood and urine using tandem mass spectrometry with liquid secondary ion mass spectrometry Millington, David S.
1991
169-170 C p. 211-228
18 p.
artikel
739 The application of ion optics in time-of-flight mass spectrometry Ioanoviciu, D.
1994
169-170 C p. 43-65
23 p.
artikel
740 The association reaction C2H3 + + CO and interstellar propynal Scott, Graham B.I.
1995
169-170 C p. 251-255
5 p.
artikel
741 The association reactions of Pb+ ion with CH3 OH and CH3NH2 in the gas phase Guo, B.C.
1990
169-170 C p. 665-678
14 p.
artikel
742 The B1Δ → A1Π chemiluminescence of CH+ and CD+ from C+(2P) + H2, D2 collisions Hoppe, U.
1993
169-170 C p. R1-R7
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743 The bimolecular gas-phase reaction of protonated alkyldipeptides with acetonylacetone Gur, Erez H.
1997
169-170 C p. 135-147
13 p.
artikel
744 The characterization of neutral species formed by electron impact on methane, ethane, propane, isobutane, and neopentane Flesch, Gerald D.
1984
169-170 C p. 151-158
8 p.
artikel
745 The characterization of novel dispersants, fluorinated surfactants, and modified natural oils by laser desorption Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry (LD-FTICR-MS) Simonsick Jr., William J.
1996
169-170 C p. 379-390
12 p.
artikel
746 The charge state dependence of desorption. A way to study the energy transfer to the surface Wien, K.
1987
169-170 C p. 273-304
32 p.
artikel
747 The chemistry of complex molecules in interstellar clouds Millar, T.J.
1995
169-170 C p. 389-402
14 p.
artikel
748 The chemistry of gas-phase ions: a theoretical approach Radom, Leo
1992
169-170 C p. 339-368
30 p.
artikel
749 The chemistry of Sr2+ in association with propanol clusters Dobson, M.P.
1997
169-170 C p. 5-12
8 p.
artikel
750 The classical Langevin rate constant for ion/molecule capture: when, if at all, is it constant? Turulski, Jan
1994
169-170 C p. 155-162
8 p.
artikel
751 The CS2 dication Mazumdar, S.
1988
169-170 C p. 351-355
5 p.
artikel
752 The design and performance of an ion trap storage—reflectron time-of-flight mass spectrometer Chien, Benjamin M.
1994
169-170 C p. 149-179
31 p.
artikel
753 The dissociation dynamics of energy selected o-nitrotoluene ions Shao, Jian-Dong
1988
169-170 C p. 357-367
11 p.
artikel
754 The dissociation of low energy 1,2-propanediol ions: an intriguing mechanism revisited Burgers, Peter C.
1997
169-170 C p. 291-308
18 p.
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755 The dissociative ionization of nitrous oxide. An electroionization study Olivier, J.L.
1984
169-170 C p. 293-305
13 p.
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756 The dynamics of photodissociation of the gas phase N2O·H2O)+ cluster ion Graul, Susan T.
1992
169-170 C p. 507-536
30 p.
artikel
757 The effect of collision energy and nature of the surface on the surface-induced dissociation mass spectra of fluorobenzene using a four-sector mass spectrometer Despeyroux, Dominique
1992
169-170 C p. 133-141
9 p.
artikel
758 The effect of collision energy, target gas and target gas purity on the high energy collision induced product ion spectrum of renin substrate Bordoli, R.S.
1992
169-170 C p. 243-254
12 p.
artikel
759 The effect of n-alkylation on the gas phase basicities of small peptides measured by the kinetic method Kaltashov, Igor A.
1995
169-170 C p. 339-347
9 p.
artikel
760 The effect of the variation of cation in the matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionisation-collision induced dissociation (MALDI-CID) spectra of oligomeric systems Scrivens, J.H.
1997
169-170 C p. 363-375
13 p.
artikel
761 The effects of isotopic substitution on abstraction reactions of ammonia ions with hydrogen at very low temperatures Barlow, S.E.
1987
169-170 C p. 227-237
11 p.
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762 The electron affinity of cyclopropyl radical measured by the kinetic method Seburg, Randal A.
1997
169-170 C p. 541-557
17 p.
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763 The formation of interstellar molecules: the rôle of radiative association Smith, David
1993
169-170 C p. 1-15
15 p.
artikel
764 The gas-phase acidity of hindered amines and some reaction chemistry of their corresponding amide ions Damrauer, Robert
1992
169-170 C p. 199-211
13 p.
artikel
765 The gas-phase acidity of nitrocyclopropane Bartmess, John E.
1992
169-170 C p. 557-563
7 p.
artikel
766 The gas phase chemistry of the methyl carbamate radical cation H2NCOOCH+ 3 : isomerization into distonic ions, hydrogen-bridged radical cations and ion—dipole complexes Schaftenaar, Gijs
1990
169-170 C p. 521-544
24 p.
artikel
767 The gas-phase ion chemistry of methyl and ethyl borates Hettich, R.L.
1987
169-170 C p. 203-215
13 p.
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768 The gas phase ion/molecule chemistry of four carbanions generated from vinylene carbonate and its methyl and dimethyl derivatives Robinson, Marin S.
1992
169-170 C p. 647-658
12 p.
artikel
769 The gas phase ion/molecule chemistry of the carbon- 13 labeled ketenyl and methyl ketenyl anions with CS2, COS, and CO2 Robinson, Marin S.
1994
169-170 C p. 107-119
13 p.
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770 The gas phase Payne rearrangement. Part 2. Methyl substitution: a joint ab initio and experimental study Dua, Suresh
1997
169-170 C p. 139-153
15 p.
artikel
771 The geometrical factor of infinitely long cylindrical ICR cells for collision energy-resolved mass spectrometry: appearance energies of EI2 + (E = P, As, Sb, and Bi) from collision-induced dissociation of EI3 + and [EI2·ligand]+ complexes Sievers, Heinrich L.
1996
169-170 C p. 233-247
15 p.
artikel
772 The heat of formation of the [C6,H5,O]+ isomeric ion, protonated 6-oxafulvalene Zagorevskii, Dmitri V.
1997
169-170 C p. 231-234
4 p.
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773 The heats of formation, gas-phase acidities, and related thermochemical properties of the third-row hydrides GeH4, AsH3, SeH2 and HBr from G2 ab initio calculations Mayer, Paul M.
1997
169-170 C p. 689-696
8 p.
artikel
774 The heats of formation of cyclic and linear C3H+ 2 Prodnuk, Stephen D.
1990
169-170 C p. 693-699
7 p.
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775 The He(Iα) PE spectra of cyclophanes containing a cyclooctatetraene ring Zhong-Zhi, Yang
1984
169-170 C p. 233-241
9 p.
artikel
776 The influence of electron/ion collisions on a low-frequency plasma instability Schrittwieser, R.W.
1993
169-170 C p. 205-213
9 p.
artikel
777 The influence of sample preparation on molecular ion formation in plasma desorption mass spectrometry of peptides and proteins Roepstorff, P.
1987
169-170 C p. 229-236
8 p.
artikel
778 The influence of surface strain on the chemical reactivity of fullerene ions: addition reactions with cyclopentadiene and 1,3-cyclohexadiene Becker, Hansjürgen
1997
169-170 C p. 519-524
6 p.
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779 The interplay between electron transfer and attack on halogen in gas-phase reactions of negative ions with fluoro-chloromethanes and fluoro-bromomethanes Staneke, P.O.
1995
169-170 C p. 99-110
12 p.
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780 The interstellar gas phase production of highly complex hydrocarbons: construction of a model Bettens, R.P.A.
1995
169-170 C p. 321-343
23 p.
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781 The intriguing behaviour of (ionized) oxalacetic acid investigated by tandem mass spectrometry Fell, Lorne M.
1997
169-170 C p. 179-194
16 p.
artikel
782 The ion chemistry and thermochemistry of several trimethylsilyl compounds Orlando, Ron
1989
169-170 C p. 93-109
17 p.
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783 The ion trap mass spectrum of sulfur Fales, Henry M.
1991
169-170 C p. 273-281
9 p.
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784 The maldi mass spectra of carbosilane-based dendrimers containing up to eight fixed positive or 16 negative charges Wu, Zhuchun
1997
169-170 C p. 349-361
13 p.
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785 The mechanism and photodissociation dynamics of the (S·SO2)+ cluster at 308 nm Snodgrass, Joseph T.
1990
169-170 C p. 45-65
21 p.
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786 The mechanism and product energy disposal in the reaction of C+(2 Pu ) with O2(X 3Σ g−) Rincon, Marina
1987
169-170 C p. 133-152
20 p.
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787 The mechanism of the reaction CH+ 4 + CH4 = CH+ 5 + CH3 as a function of energy: rate constants and product distributions for the reactions of CH+ 4 + CD4 and CD+ 4 + CH4 at 80 and 300 K Henchman, Michael
1989
169-170 C p. 15-36
22 p.
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788 The mechanisms of the gas phase reactions of HO− with oxirane and HS− with thiirane. An ab initio study Gronert, Scott
1992
169-170 C p. 115-128
14 p.
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789 The negative ion photoelectron (photodetachment) spectra of NO− (H2O) n=1,2 Eaton, J.G.
1990
169-170 C p. 303-312
10 p.
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790 The non-neutral plasma: an introduction to physics with relevance to cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry Peurrung, A.J.
1996
169-170 C p. 39-83
45 p.
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791 The one dimensional photofragment translational spectroscopic technique: intramolecular clocking of energy redistribution for molecules falling apart Hwang, Hyun Jin
1994
169-170 C p. 265-282
18 p.
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792 Theoretical comparison of closed and open ICR cells Kuhnen, F.
1997
169-170 C p. 761-769
9 p.
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793 Theoretical predictions of the geometric structures and photoelectron spectra of Zr(η7-C7H7)(η5-C7H9) and Zr(η6-C7 H8)2 Jarrett-Sprague, S.A.
1992
169-170 C p. 349-359
11 p.
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794 Theoretical studies of fullerene annealing and fragmentation Murry, Robert L.
1994
169-170 C p. 113-131
19 p.
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795 The ortho-dehydrophenoxy anion: an unusual ion formed from a surprising reaction Dahlke, Gregg D.
1992
169-170 C p. 633-645
13 p.
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796 Theory of ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry: resonant excitation and radial ejection in orthorhombic and cylindrical ion traps Grosshans, Peter B.
1990
169-170 C p. 347-379
33 p.
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797 The present state and utility of ion thermochemistry Holmes, John L
1992
169-170 C p. 381-394
14 p.
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798 The radical cation of trimethylphosphine oxide Li, Ruomei
1996
169-170 C p. 293-303
11 p.
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799 The rate/energy functions for the competitive fragmentation processes of ethylene and ethane cations Bombach, Rolf
1984
169-170 C p. 217-231
15 p.
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800 The reaction of Sm+ with O2 Murad, Edmond
1984
169-170 C p. 159-164
6 p.
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801 The reaction SF+ 5 + H2S at near thermal energies: competition between association and binary reactions Zangerle, R.
1993
169-170 C p. 117-120
4 p.
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802 The reactions of radical positive ions of aromatic compounds with alkyl halides Holman, R.W.
1989
169-170 C p. 79-92
14 p.
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803 The reactions of silyl ions with chloromethanes Lim, K.P.
1989
169-170 C p. 53-63
11 p.
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804 The reactivity of HOC+ and the proton affinity of CO at O Freeman, Colin G.
1987
169-170 C p. 255-271
17 p.
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805 The reactivity of neat and mixed proton-bound ethanol clusters Wang Yong Feng,
1995
169-170 C p. 13-25
13 p.
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806 The recent evolution of the quadrupole ion trap mass spectrometer—an overview Todd, J.F.J.
1991
169-170 C p. 1-20
20 p.
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807 The r.f.-only-mode event for ion-chemistry studies in fourier transform mass spectrometry: the reactions of propene and cyclopropane radical cations with neutral ethene Vollmer, David L.
1996
169-170 C p. 189-198
10 p.
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808 Thermal bimolecular reactions of size selected transition metal cluster ions: Nb+ n + O2, n = 1–6 Radi, P.P.
1991
169-170 C p. 49-73
25 p.
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809 Thermal decomposition of ions. III. Protonated ethanol and diethyl ether Meot-ner (Mautner), Michael
1989
169-170 C p. 123-133
11 p.
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810 Thermal electron attachment to NF3, PF3, and PF5 Miller, Thomas M.
1995
169-170 C p. 111-121
11 p.
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811 Thermal energy reactions of H+ 3 and H3O+ with a series of small organic molecules Sung Lee, Hack
1992
169-170 C p. 101-114
14 p.
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812 Thermal energy reactions of OH− + Cl2, Br2: rate coefficients, product branching fractions and OH product vibrational populations Knutsen, Karen
1992
169-170 C p. 537-555
19 p.
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813 The role of matrix in fast atom bombardment desorption of chlorophyll Grese, Richard P.
1992
169-170 C p. 51-65
15 p.
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814 The role of vibrational excitation of molecular ions in collisions with neutrals Lindinger, W.
1987
169-170 C p. 115-132
18 p.
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815 The role played by fast electrons in heavy-ion-induced desorption and track formation Tombrello, T.A.
1993
169-170 C p. 11-16
6 p.
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816 The semiclassical—classical path theory of direct electron—ion dissociative recombination and e− + H3 + recombination Flannery, M.R.
1995
169-170 C p. 597-607
11 p.
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817 The statistics of electron emission from clean metal surfaces induced by slow ions: measurement and recent applications Aumayr, Friedrich
1993
169-170 C p. 17-29
13 p.
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818 The study of trace metal absoption using stable isotopes and mass spectrometry Fennessey, P.V.
1991
169-170 C p. 355-364
10 p.
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819 The tandem flowing afterglow-shift-drift Van Doren, Jane M.
1987
169-170 C p. 85-100
16 p.
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820 The tropylium/benzylium ion dichotomy in the gas-phase reactions of transition metal chalcogenide cations with toluene Kretzschmar, Ilona
1997
169-170 C p. 103-115
13 p.
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821 The use of MALDI mass spectrometry to characterize synthetic protein conjugates Keough, T.
1997
169-170 C p. 201-215
15 p.
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822 The utility of nonspecific proteases in the characterization of glycoproteins by high-resolution time-of-flight mass spectrometry Juhasz, Peter
1997
169-170 C p. 217-230
14 p.
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823 The vinyl dication (CH2CH 2+: classical or bridged? Wong, Ming Wah
1988
169-170 C p. 319-327
9 p.
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824 Third-order ion trajectory calculations of Wien filters Sakurai, T.
1995
169-170 C p. 217-222
6 p.
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825 Third-order transfer matrix for crossed electric and magnetic fields calculated algebraically using a symbolic computation program Toyoda, M.
1995
169-170 C p. 195-216
22 p.
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826 Threshold energies for the reactions OH− + CH3X → CH3OH + X− (X = Cl, Br) measured by tandem mass spectrometry: deprotonation energies (acidities) of CH3Cl and CH3Br Hierl, P.M.
1992
169-170 C p. 475-485
11 p.
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827 Threshold ion photodissociation. Bromobenzene and iodobenzene ions Dunbar, Robert C.
1984
169-170 C p. 25-41
17 p.
artikel
828 Time-dependent mass spectra and breakdown graphs. V. The kinetic shift in iodobenzene. A time-resolved electron impact study Gefen, Simone
1984
169-170 C p. 251-258
8 p.
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829 Time-of-flight apparatus for studies of pulsed neutral van-der-Waals-cluster production and of the interaction between electrons and van der Waals clusters at high electron energy resolution Eichberger, P.
1993
169-170 C p. 57-65
9 p.
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830 Time-of-flight mass reflection with a large area of ion collection Bandura, D.R.
1993
169-170 C p. 45-55
11 p.
artikel
831 Time of flight mass spectrometry of DNA laser-ablated from frozen aqueous solutions: applications to the Human Genome Project Williams, Peter
1994
169-170 C p. 335-344
10 p.
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832 Time-of-flight mass spectrometry using mega-electronvolt neutral beams Jeronymo, J.M.F.
1993
169-170 C p. 59-63
5 p.
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833 Time-resolved photodissociation of p-bromotoluene ion as a probe of ion internal energy Shin, Seung Koo
1996
169-170 C p. 345-355
11 p.
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834 Time-resolved photodissociation of toluene ion Huang, Fu-Shiuan
1991
169-170 C p. 151-170
20 p.
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835 Total electron impact ionization cross sections of free molecular radicals: the failure of the additivity rule revisited Deutsch, H.
1993
169-170 C p. 43-48
6 p.
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836 Total evaporation measurements: experience with multi-collector instruments and a thermal ionization quadrupole mass spectrometer Fiedler, R.
1995
169-170 C p. 91-97
7 p.
artikel
837 Translational and electronic energy dependence of S+ + H2(D2, HD) → SH+ (SD+) + H(D): spin-allowed and spin-forbidden pathways Stowe, Gregory F.
1990
169-170 C p. 177-195
19 p.
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838 Translational energy dependence of O+(4 S) + H2(D2, HD) → OH+(OD+) + H(D) from thermal energies to 30 eV c.m. Burley, J.D.
1987
169-170 C p. 153-175
23 p.
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839 Translational energy spectroscopy of beams of C+(2 P u) and C+(4 P g) ions Rincon, Marina
1988
169-170 C p. 369-385
17 p.
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840 Trends in biochemical and biomedical applications of mass spectrometry Gelpi, Emilio
1992
169-170 C p. 683-721
39 p.
artikel
841 Trimethylsilylazide, an efficient trap for gaseous carbenium ions. The “azide-clock” in the gas phase Aschi, Massimiliano
1994
169-170 C p. 59-73
15 p.
artikel
842 Triplet electronic states of the ethene dication Griffiths, W.J.
1992
169-170 C p. 321-329
9 p.
artikel
843 Two-color 2 + 2 photon resonance-enhanced ionization of benzene-carbon tetrachloride binary clusters Misaizu, Fuminori
1990
169-170 C p. 99-113
15 p.
artikel
844 Two dimensional many particle simulation of trapped ions Mitchell, Dale W.
1997
169-170 C p. 271-297
27 p.
artikel
845 Two-plate vs. four-plate azimuthal quadrupolar excitation for FT-ICR mass spectrometry Jackson, George S.
1997
169-170 C p. 327-338
12 p.
artikel
846 Ultrahigh-resolution fourier transform mass spectrometry of biomolecules above m/z 5 000 Li, Yunzhi
1996
169-170 C p. 175-188
14 p.
artikel
847 Ultraviolet photoelectron spectroscopy of the phenide, benzyl and phenoxide anions, with ab initio calculations Gunion, Robert F.
1992
169-170 C p. 601-620
20 p.
artikel
848 Understanding the glycerol surface as it relates to the secondary ion mass spectrometry experiment. A review Ligon Jr., Woodfin V.
1987
169-170 C p. 99-113
15 p.
artikel
849 Unimolecular and bimolecular reactions in the C6H6 +· system. Experiment and theory Jarrold, M.F.
1984
169-170 C p. 63-95
33 p.
artikel
850 Unimolecular and bimolecular reactions of the β-distonic ion CH2CH2OCH+ 2 and its deuterated derivatives Wittneben, Doris
1990
169-170 C p. 545-563
19 p.
artikel
851 Unimolecular decay measurements of secondary ions from organic molecules by time-of-flight mass spectrometry Schueler, B.
1989
169-170 C p. 185-194
10 p.
artikel
852 Unimolecular fragrmentations of the radical cation of the high-valent organometal oxide CH3ReO3 and its reactivity with ethylene in the gas phase Schröder, Detlef
1992
169-170 C p. 99-107
9 p.
artikel
853 Unimolecular reaction mechanisms: the role of reactive intermediates Grützmacher, Hans-Friedrich
1992
169-170 C p. 825-855
31 p.
artikel
854 Unimolecular reactions of protonated hydrazine. Reaction mechanisms and dynamics from observation of metastable ion fragmentations and ab initio calculations Øiestad, Elisabeth Leere
1997
169-170 C p. 39-47
9 p.
artikel
855 Use of Rydberg atoms as a nanoscale laboratory to examine dissociative electron capture Popple, R.A.
1995
169-170 C p. 37-44
8 p.
artikel
856 Using reflection time-of-flight mass spectrometer techniques to investigate cluster dynamics and bonding Wei, Shiqing
1994
169-170 C p. 233-264
32 p.
artikel
857 UV laser matrix desorption/ionization mass spectrometry of proteins in the 100 000 dalton range Karas, M.
1989
169-170 C p. 231-242
12 p.
artikel
858 Vibrational overlap integrals between the neutral and ion states of NH3 and ND3: Application to the vibrational dependence of the NH3 +(v 2)+NH3(0) symmetric charge transfer reaction Ebata, Takayuki
1987
169-170 C p. 51-62
12 p.
artikel
859 Vibrational relaxation in NO+He: accurate quantum mechanical study Pogrebnya, S.K.
1995
169-170 C p. 207-215
9 p.
artikel
860 VUV peaks in absorption spectra and photoion yield curves of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and related compounds Jochims, H.W.
1997
169-170 C p. 35-53
19 p.
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