Fundamentals and Applications of Gas Phase Ion Chemistry by K.R. JenningsFundamentals and Applications of Gas Phase Ion Chemistry by K.R. Jennings

Fundamentals and Applications of Gas Phase Ion Chemistry

byK.R. Jennings

Paperback | October 16, 2012

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This Volume presents the proceedings of the 1995 Advanced Study Institute entitled "Fundamentals and Applications of Gas Phase Ion Chemistry" held at Grainau, tlt Germany during the period 7 _IStlt August, 1995. The Institute brought together over SO scientists from many countries and, for the first time in this series, we were delighted to be able to welcome representatives from a number of countries in Eastern Europe. This was the sixth in a series of NATO-sponsored Institutes devoted to various aspects of the physics and chemistry of gas phase ions. Although there continued to be a strong emphasis on various fundamental aspects of the subject, there was a broadening of the topics covered compared with previous Institutes with several sessions being devoted to discussing various types of application. This reflects the great expansion of the use of mass spectrometry in the investigation of biochemical and biological problems and in its use in different branches of the chemical industry such as in the investigation of polymers and other materials.
Title:Fundamentals and Applications of Gas Phase Ion ChemistryFormat:PaperbackDimensions:503 pagesPublished:October 16, 2012Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9401059977

ISBN - 13:9789401059978


Table of Contents

Preface. Intermediates in Ionic Gas Phase Organic Reactions: I. Weakly Bonded Species; H.E. Audier, et al. Intermediates in Ionic Gas Phase Organic Reactions: II. Distonic Ions; H.E. Audier, et al. Collisions of Ions with Surfaces; R.G. Cooks, S.A. Miller. Coupling of Liquid Chromatography to Mass Spectrometry: Twenty-Five Years of Exciting Developments; E.L. Esmans. Mass Spectrometry in the Structure Determination of Long-Chain Fatty Acid Derivatives; M. Claeys, et al. Mass Spectrometry in Studies of Flavonoid Glycosides; M. Claeys. Carbohydrate Mass Spectrometry. A Characterization of Sequence, Linkage and Branching Using ES-MS and CID; V.N. Reinhold, B.B. Reinhold. Direct and Indirect Analysis of Synthetic Polymers Using Mass Spectrometry; J.H. Scrivens, A.T. Jackson. Theory of Gas Phase Ion Chemistry: Energetics, Kinetics and Dynamics of Unimolecular and Bimolecular Reactions of Polyatomic Ions; E. Uggerud. Ion Reactions of State-Selected Species: Dissociation of Cluster Ions Prepared by Mass Seelcted Pulsed Field Threshold Ionisation; H.J. Neusser, T.L. Grebner. Fundamentals of Negative Ion Photoelectron Spectroscopy; C.E.H. Dessent, M.A. Johnson. Methyl Internal Rotation in Substituted Toluenes. Effects of Substituents, Electronic Excitation, and Ionization; K.-T. Lu, et al. Ion Molecule Reactions and Radiation Chemistry; M. Speranza. Techniques for the Preparation and Study of Cluster Ions; A.J. Stace. Reaction Mechanisms: Discussion Summary; H.-F. Grützmacher. Workshop on Bioanalytical Applications of Gas-Phase Ion Chemistry; N.M.M. Nibbering. Workshop on `The Applications of Quantum Mechanical Methods in Gas Phase Ion Chemistry'; J. Hrusák. Summary of the Workshop on Fundamentals and Applications in Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometry;R.M.A. Heeren. Fundamentals of Gas Phase Ion Chemistry: Summary of the Panel Discussion; T.B. McMahon. Metal Ion Chemistry Workshop: Discussion Summary; P.A.M. van Koppen. Workshop of Collision-Induced Decomposition of Ions; K.R. Jennings. Index.