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Conference International Conference on Plasma Source Mass Spectrometry (8th : 2002 : University of Durham)

Title Plasma source mass spectrometry [electronic resource] : applications and emerging technologies / edited by Grenville Holland, Scott D. Tanner.

Imprint Cambridge : RS. C, ©2003.

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Description 1 online resource.
Series Special publication
Special publication.
Note The proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Plasma Source Mass Spectrometry held at the University of Durham on September 8-13, 2002.
Title from title screen.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary This product is not available separately, it is only sold as part of a set. There are 750 products in the set and these are all sold as one entity. This book provides a snapshot of the current state-of-the-art of the understanding of the fundamentals of ICPMS, instrumental development, methods development, spectral interpretation and applications. It covers a diverse range of topics including: bioanalytical applications (immunoassay, state of phosphorylation, metallo-drugs); environmental applications (drinking water, groundwater, seawater, speciation); reaction cells and collision cells (theory and applications); archaeology; laser ablation; isotope ratio analysis; and the performance, characterization and applications of multicollector instruments. Written by international contributors who emphasize their current perceptions and understanding of the subject, Plasma Source Mass Spectrometry: Applications and Emerging Technologies offers a current perspective on elemental analysis by plasma source mass spectrometry that is not to be found elsewhere. Researchers and professionals in many areas will welcome this book, particularly those in the fields of bioanalytical, environmental and geological chemistry.
Contents Simultaneous quantitation of specific proteins using immunoassay ICP-MS -- New challenges for ICP-MS instrumentation and data acquisition : solving problems of real life biology -- Some applications of ICP-MS in the pharmaceutical industry -- Quantitation of phosphorus in biologically active materials by ICP-MS detection of P and S with chemical resolution -- Application of sector-field ICP-MS and ICP-MS with collision cell for determination of phosphorus and iron in proteins -- Combination of ICP-MS and ion exchange chromatography permits analyses of specific cisplatin DNA modifications formed in cancer cells -- Conventional and chromatographic ICPMS analysis of cisplatin and carboplatin in plasma and plasma ultrafiltrate -- Determination, by ICP-MS, of background and BBR 3464 induced levels of platinum bound to DNA isolated from blood cells : a comparison of the sensitivity of the Perkin Elmer SCIEX ELAN 6000 and the Thermofinigan Neptune instruments -- Application of ICP-MS in environmental science -- Development of "All-ium" analytical method for water samples at Lake Biwa -- Iron and arsenic speciation in groundwaters from West Bengal, India by coupled HPLC-ICP-MS utilising a hexapole collision cell -- Coupled HPLC-ICP-MS analysis indicates highly hazardous concentrations of dissolved arsenic species in Cambodian groundwaters -- An old problem of lead contamination -- The use of different enriched isotope mixtures for the determination of butyltin compounds in environmental samples using isotope dilution GC-ICP-MS -- Determination of cerium, lead and uranium in bivalve shells using an iminodiacetate based preconcentration system and ICP-MS -- New applications for GC-ICP-MS, beyond sensitive, selective analysis of organometallic species.
The use of a high accuracy isotope dilution mass spectrometry (IDMS) method for the analysis of sulfur in fuel to support analytical technologies used in industry -- Anglo-Saxon residential mobility at West Heslerton, North Yorkshire, UK from Combined O- and SR-isotope analysis -- The use of ICP-MS in provenancing igneous stone artefacts : examples from the southern Levant -- A routine method for the dissolution of geological samples for the analysis of REE and trace elements via ICP-MS -- Calculation methods for the determination of isotope ratios of transient signals of volatile organometallic compounds -- The uncertainty in REE determination in urine by ETV-ICP-MS : a new approach to data evaluation -- Trapped ablation mode in laser ablation ICPMS experiments for the enhancement of the signal-to-noise ratio -- Overcoming spectral overlaps : quadrupole ICP-MS with reaction cell and sector based ICP-MS -- Determination of selenium in biological samples by isotope dilution analysis octapole reaction system ICP-MS -- The York University ion-molecule reaction database : a biennial report -- Determination of Fe, Ni, Co, Cu and Zn in high-Ca samples using methane as a reaction cell gas -- Long-term performance characteristics of a plasma ionisation multi-collector mass spectrometer (PIMMS) : the Thermofinnigan Neptune -- Chemical pre-concentration procedures for high-precision analysis of HF-Nd-Sr isotopes in geological materials by plasma techniques ionisation multi-collector mass spectrometry (PIMMS) -- High precision MC-ICPMS measurement of silver isotopic compositions -- Precise and accurate determination of iron isotopes by multi-collector inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry -- Measurement of OS isotopes using plasma ionisation multicollector mass spectrometry and a suggested scheme for the accurate determination of interfering element ratios -- High precision rhenium and platinum isotope dilution analyses by plasma ionisation multicollector mass spectrometry -- Uranium and thorium isotope ratio measurements using multiple collector inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry with multi-ion-counting detectors.
Local Note eBooks on EBSCOhost EBSCO eBook Subscription Academic Collection - North America
Subject Mass spectrometry -- Congresses.
Plasma spectroscopy -- Congresses.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Added Author Holland, Grenville. Editor.
Tanner, Scott D. Editor.
Other Form: Print version: International Conference on Plasma Source Mass Spectrometry (8th : 2002 : University of Durham). Plasma source mass spectrometry. Cambridge : RS. C, ©2003 0854046038 9780854046034 (OCoLC)52920617
ISBN 9781847551689 (electronic bk.)
1847551688 (electronic bk.)