Roger Tembreull, Chung Hang Sin, Ho Ming Pang, and David M. Lubman
Mass spectrometry still remains one of the most powerful means of chemical analysis based upon the exact mass identification of molecular species. This identification may be based upon the parent ion or extensive fragmentation patterns induced by electron beam or collision induced phenomena. For analysis of mixtures of compounds generally tandem methods must be employed to obtain sufficient discrimination for identification in mass spectrometry.
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