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Main Title Plasma source mass spectrometry : the new millennium /
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Holland, Grenville.
Tanner, Scott D.
Publisher Royal Society of Chemistry,
Year Published 2001
OCLC Number 46984206
ISBN 0854048952; 9780854048953
Subjects Plasma spectroscopy--Congresses. ; Mass spectrometry--Congresses. ; Spectroscopie de masse. ; Spectroscopie des plasma.
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Publisher description http://catdir.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy1109/2005282225-d.html
http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/9781847551696
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EOBM  QD96.M3P48 2001 NEIC Library/Denver,CO 09/06/2005
Collation x, 427 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Notes
Sample introduction, plasma-sample interactions, ion transport and ion-molecule reactions : fundamental understanding and practical improvements in ICP-MS -- Microwave digestion of oils for analysis of platinum group and rare earth elements by ICP-MS -- USN-ICPMS : a poor man's high resolution -- The characteristics of an off-line matrix removal/pre-concentration system which uses controlled pore glass iminodiacetate as a reagent for inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry -- Moving to the next level : sample introduction and plasma interface design for improved performance in ICP-MS -- QMF operation with quadrupole excitation -- All the ions all the time : dream or reality? -- Evaluation of inductively coupled plasma-ion trap mass spectrometry -- Reaction chemistry and collisional processes in multipole devices -- Ion-molecule reactions in plasma source mas spectrometry -- Ion-molecule chemistry solutions to the ICP-MS analytical challenges -- A reaction mechanism for solving the oxide problem in ICP-MS analysis for the noble metals -- Application and quality of ICP-MS analysis -- Trace elements in honey samples by means of ETV-ICP-MS -- Determination of trace elements in ice core samples by laser ablation inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry -- Rare earth element concentrations for the Mobile-Alabama River systems -- Application of ICP-MS to a trace elements mass balance study in a power plant -- Determination of mercury, arsenic, selenium and antimony in potable water by ICP-MS -- Determination of metals in sewage and industrial waste waters by ICP-MS in a single runs -- The performance of commercial mono-elemental solutions for high accuracy mass spectrometry -- ICP-MS applied to isotope abundance ratio measurements : performance study and development of a method for combining uncertainty contributions from measurement correction factors -- Comparison of MC-ICP-MS with quadrupole ICP-MS for the certification of the amount, content and isotopic composition of enriched 206Pb and 203Ti materials using isotope dilution -- Which way for Os? A comparison of plasma-source versus negative thermal ionisation mass spectrometry for Os isotope measurement -- Matrix-induced isotopic mass fractionation in the ICP-MS -- Simultaneous acquisition of isotope compositions and parent/daughter ratios by non-isotope dilution-mode plasma ionisation muti-colector mass spectrometry (PIMMS) -- Combined Pb, Sr- and O-isotope analysis of human dental tissue for the reconstruction of archaeological residential mobility -- Isotope dilution analysis for trace metal speciation -- Prediction of inorganic aqueous speciation : a useful tool for ICP-MS and IC-ICP-MS analysts -- Investigations into biovolatilisation of metal(loids) in the environment by using GC-ICP-MS analysis -- Time-of-flight inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry for ultratrace speciation analysis of rganometallic compounds -- An appetite for arsenic : the seaweed eating sheep from Orkney -- Hyphenated IC-ICP-MS for the determination of arsenic speciation in acid mine drainage -- Selenium speciation in human urine -- Sensitive detection of platinum-bound DNA using ICP-MS and comparison to graphite furnace atomie absorption spectroscopy (GFAAS).