Publisher description for Quadrupole storage mass spectrometry / Raymond E. March and Richard J. Hughes ; with a historical review by John F.J. Todd.


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Counter Quadrupole Storage Mass Spectrometry, Raymond E. March and Richard J. Hughes The advent of the ion trap detector has made mass spectrometry cheaper to use. Consequently, its use is quickly spreading. This monograph provides a detailed discussion of the operation of the ion trap detector and its considerable effect on mass spectrometry. Surveys recent research results obtained with the ion trap detector in gaseous ion spectrometry and physics, and describes applications of this technique to toxicological studies, metabolic studies and incipient disease, environmental problems, water analysis, and forensic science. This book is a necessary addition to professional and university chemistry libraries and is required reading for analytical chemists, toxicologists, and students in those fields.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Mass spectrometry