Volume 5: Elemental and Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometry focuses on (1) the plethora of mostly atomic ionization techniques that have been coupled to MS for elemental analysis, the measurement of isotope ratios, and even the determination of inorganic compounds and (2) the precise measurement of isotope ratios of organic elements as small gas molecules by isotope ratio mass spectrometry (IRMS).
- Reviews the wide range of ionization and isotope methods used in inorganic mass spectrometry today
- Features tutorials describing the key principles and instrumentation relevant to each method
- Evaluates practical applications for the analysis of environmental, biological, biomedical, nutritional, geological, nuclear, microelectronic and extra-terrestrial materials
- Includes more than 3400 references, 100 tables and 500 figures of which more than 200 are in color
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Mass Spectrometry sample preparation, introduction and measurement; Plasma Ionization, Inductively Coupled Plasma , Other Atmospheric Pressure Plasmas; Electrospray Ionization for Inorganic Analysis, Measurement of metal ions; Secondary Ion and Neutral Mass Spectrometry; Inorganic laser Desorption and Laser Ionization, Laser ionization cluster sources; Thermal ionization Mass Spectrometry; Accelerator mass spectometry and Instrumentation; Laboratory studies of atmospherically relevant species; Isotope ratio mass spectrometry (IRMS) and IRMS of light elements (C, H, O, N, S). Applications of techniques to measure the environment, geochemical, atmospheric, space, nuclear, medical and electronics.