GC/MS: A Practical User's Guide [NOOK Book]

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Updated and expanded, the classic guide to GC/MS helps chromatographers quickly learn to use this technique for analyzing and identifying compounds. After explaining the fundamentals, it discusses optimizing, tuning, using, and maintaining GC/MS equipment; explores advances in miniaturized and field-portable GC/MS systems and microfluidic components; and more. Complete with a CD-ROM, it covers applications in the environmental laboratory and in forensics, toxicology, and space science. This is the premier ...
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GC/MS: A Practical User's Guide

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Overview

Updated and expanded, the classic guide to GC/MS helps chromatographers quickly learn to use this technique for analyzing and identifying compounds. After explaining the fundamentals, it discusses optimizing, tuning, using, and maintaining GC/MS equipment; explores advances in miniaturized and field-portable GC/MS systems and microfluidic components; and more. Complete with a CD-ROM, it covers applications in the environmental laboratory and in forensics, toxicology, and space science. This is the premier resource for professionals in those fields and for students.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781118210055
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 9/20/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 192
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Marvin C. Mcmaster, PHD, is a consultant and adjunct professor of chemistryat the University of Missouri–St. Louis, teaching courses on HPLC, GC/MS, LC/MS,and laboratory computing. He is a former researcher and product developerfor DuPont, Kraft Foods, and Ciba-Geigy, and previously worked as a technical sales support specialist for instrument companies. In addition to the first edition of this book, Dr. McMaster is the author of HPLC: A Practical User's Guide, Second Edition and LC/MS: A Practical User's Guide, both available from Wiley.
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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction.

Chapter 2: Sample Preparation and Introduction.

Chapter 3: The Gas Chromatograph.

Chapter 4: The Mass Spectrometer.

Chapter 5: Getting Started In GS/MS.

Chapter 6: Chromatographic Methods Development.

Chapter 7: Mass Spectrometer Setup and Operation.

Chapter 8: Data Processing and Network Interfacing.

Chapter 9: System Maintenance and Troubleshooting.

Chapter 10: GC/MS in the Environmental Laboratory

Chapter 11: GC/MS in Forensics, Toxicology, and Space Science.

Chapter 12: An Introduction to Structural Interpretation.

Chapter 13: Ion Trap GC/MS Systems.

Chapter 14: Other GC/MS Systems.

Chapter 15: An Introduction to LC/MS.

Chapter 16: Innovation in GC/MS.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 3, 2014

    MagiKK/Kelsey

    Okay. There is a boy in my class named Wyatt who I've had a crush on since about halfway through last year. I know there are a couple of boys who like me--Matt (who basically asked me out last year, but I had to say no because I'm not allowed to date yet), Conley (who actually switched schools), and possibly Billy--but I don't know about Wyatt. We're both super geeky readers and we're in a lot of classes together. (You should see his agenda page that he used to write down books he wanted to read last year. There were around two hundred book titles.) I think he might even like me. <p>But I'm not allowed to date until I'm sixteen, and that's four years away. Well, three years and eleven months exactly today. <p>What should I do? I want to ask him out, but I'm not allowed to! I don't want to wait until I'm a junior, either. What should I do?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 3, 2014

    To mallory and steeil

    I am sorry, as a boy to be answering this question but i feel while it is good to turn to your friends and peers for help, only a boy can truly tell you what he might be thinking. That goes for girl advice for men. But anyway. Mallory, if she truly loved luke, she would not stop seeing him because you were there. Now as for your one, it seems that you both are too close to let one girl get between you. Get back together with him. He is probably head over heels for you. He seems the kind of person where if you are with him, he is fiercly loyal. That is a good trait to have in a man. If everything turns bad, he doesnt seem the type to run. Go for it! Be a pair of lovebirds despite whatever that girl does. If she does something like that again, talk to HER about it. Dont start sentences with YOU, it sounds like an accusation. Talk it over in a conversational tone and work it out like adults. Like the one below said, you dont have to be the best of friends, but it is expected you act like the higher woman and talk to her civily. Good luck dear. <p> steeil: your situation is a little less complicated than the one above. A situation im half in. I like a girl, but i have no clue if she likes me. You have an advantage. He likes you as well. Just be close and a good friend. Thats all a true man wants. Just give him time. Eventually he will ask you out when he is ready. Do not rush him though. I understand im afraid of women, but i have a feeling he just has a hesitation. Just wait a bit. He will ask you out eventually. Until then, keep close and do all that is right in his eyes. He will ask you out. <p> again, im sorry as a guy to be posting here. I just feel that sometimes, if you need to have advice on the opposite gender, it should come from said gender. I will keep an eye here and put in a word or two as i see fit. Do not worry. It will all be as best advice i can give. -Joel/Tabby.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 3, 2014

    Ж Steeil's Problem Ж

    Okay, I'm 13. My mother held me back a grade before I startef school. Now, most people would think I would be du<_>mb. Well, I'm in high-cap & double exel. math. So I'm in 7th. Turning 14 in May. Anyway, a boy, named Ethan. I really like him. But he is kinda wierd. But the funny wierd. And one of his friends, Aaron, said Ethan does like me. But he doesn't show it. When Ethan walked over to where I sit, I smiled at him. He kept smiling & looking back. Aaron did something about that. The next class, he predic<_>ted that Ethan & another girl would sit by eachother. Well, we switched seats around and he does. That girl wo<_>n something to switch seats in class, so Aaron told her to switch with me. Because she sits by Ethan. I want to tell him I like him...But its ha<_>rd. Too many people. Tey all make fun of me...I try not to make it oblivious...I need help! <p> ~ Steeil &#1046

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 3, 2014

    To Both Below Me!

    Make the first move! Mallory, about Sarah, she's a teen too. She has her moments. Now, I'm not saying go braid each other's hair and do nails, but give her another shot. And, if ANYONE is threatened, TELL. A. TEACHER. It might seem babyish, but it means you had the guts to turn them in. About Stieel's problem, I'm weird too. And I can say, we like bold people. People who don't care what the world thinks! So just make the first move! And besides, we ARE still young! <p> Anderson The Unicorn

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 2, 2014

    Mallory (help!)

    Hey! My name is Mallory. I am 13 (14 in May) and am in the 8th grade. I have a small situation.<p>Brady. Oh god yes. He is so cute, and we are best friends. Were pretty tight. I just moved to a new school district two years ago. Brady was the kindist person. Some kid was being a jerk, brady beat him up. A little closer to the end of the school year, (this is last year) Brady asked me out. I said yes and it was fine. Kisses on the forehead, goodmorning texts. Yada yada yada. <p>I broke up with him the summer l was supposed to move. We are still really good friends, but l know we want to get back together. As the new school year started, we found out we have a couple classes. Things are going good. The problem is....<p>We both want to date. <p> neither of us are being brave enough to ask the question. And honestly. I wish he would.<p>Luke is bradys good friend. Luke is dating Sara. Me and Sara were really great friends. Until she texted me ad told me nobody liked me, i was worthless, and she would never want to be my friend again. Out of the blue. A couple weeks later she apologized, but its not the same. Sara, luke and brady are stil tight. But im an outcast. Brady tries to hard to help me fit in with them, but Sara. Luke is great. Oh me gerd l love luke t death. But sara is holding on to him. She will hurt him if he breaks up with her. Im so scared. So ahould l date brady.? ad what about luke or sara? That feels so good to get off my shoulders.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 2, 2014

    Ashlyn

    Tod, ask her when her friends are NOT around. A litle (advice) gs a long way!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 2, 2014

    Hannah's Advice

    ADVICE: You are weird, but so am l. Once a weirdo, forever a weirdo. Anywho, back to our main topic. My name is Hannah, I am 13 (almost 14, birthday is next month!!) and in the 8th grade. I do not concern myself with boys very often as most of tbe boys at my school are immature. I can offer this advice though, keep doing what you're doing. Do subtle flirts and be yourself! If you like Josh, great! If he likes you back, amazing! I would also suggest not acting stupid around him, it might put him off. Act normal and not all demented like. Just be yourself and have fun, the hair touching thing is cute and good way to stay friends! <p> &#1046 Hope this helped, Hannah &#1046

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 2, 2014

    Lin

    Hi . . . I'm Lin. I'm 12, and I'm in 7th grade. I go to a TAG school, so while I'm pretty smart myself, everyone around me makes me feel really dumb. But that's not what I want to talk about. <p>
    <p>So at my school, there's this guy named Josh. We were pretty good friends at the beginning of this school year. But his hair changed that. Seriously. <p>
    <p>One day in Art class, since we've always sat next to each other(Not on purpose), I randomly felt the urge to feel his hair. So I did. Then he did it back to me, and now it's an all-out war between us; Who can touch the other's hair the most often? Between classes he'll try, during recess he'll chase me around and try to catch me. And he doesn't seem to like me as much anymore. We still have a few friend conversations, but he spends most of his non-academic time in school trying to sneak up on me and touch my hair. So I've taken to wearing a hooded jacket all throughout the school day. <p>
    <p>But the thing is; I've got a crush on him. My friends are always going "Losh!!! Losh!!!", and I pretend not to care, but I do like him. What do y'all think I should do? <p>
    <p>And also, tease me for being weird. Go ahead. I'm used to it. Just please help. Thanks!!! - Lin

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 2, 2014

    Hi, my name is Tod

    I know im not a girl, but i was wondering if any girls could help me out- i really want to ask this girl to homecoming, but her freinds all think im a creep. Help! :s

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 2, 2014

    &hearts Love Advice

    Any boy questions about crushes or dating go here!

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    Posted June 7, 2013

    Yummy

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 12, 2013

    Stacey

    I gtg bb tomorrow baby i love you so much bye (5:00 pm ET)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 12, 2013

    Resha

    Yes you did! When the person posted that there was a party at cf res 1 your post disapeared! You know, not all of us are stupid. And you are writing those disgusting "to stacey" things. You pig.

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