Inorganic Mass Spectrometry
Fundamentals and Applications
Edited by Christopher Barshick, Douglas Duckworth, David Smith
Published February 18th 2000 by CRC Press – 528 pages
Series: Practical Spectroscopy
Providing a theoretical background for inorganic mass spectrometry, this text describes classical applications of four modern mass spectrometers - magnetic sector, quadrupole, time-of-flight, and ion trap - and illustrates how they have impacted elemental and isotopic analysis. The book features examples that concentrate on routine and non-routine applications of inorganic analysis techniques.
Thermal ionization mass spectrometry; glow discharge mass spectrometry; inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry; secondary ion mass spectrometry; isotope dilution mass spectrometry; the emission of ions from high-temperature condensed phase materials; analysis of nonconductive sample types by glow discharge mass spectrometry; multiple-collector inductivity coupled plasma mass spectrometry; ion traps and their application to elemental analysis; elemental speciation by inorganic mass spectrometry; geological applications of secondary ion mass spectrometry; inorganic time-of-flight mass spectrometry.