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Plasma Source Mass Spectrometry : The New Millennium :  The New Millennium - Scott D. Tanner

Plasma Source Mass Spectrometry : The New Millennium

The New Millennium

By: Scott D. Tanner (Editor), J. Grenville Holland (Editor)

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Published: October 2001
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The understanding of the principles of ICP-MS and its application as an analytical technique is continually evolving and this book provides a unique snapshot of the current state-of-the-art. "Plasma Source Mass Spectrometry: The New Millennium" covers a diverse range of topics including the fate of the sample as it passes through the sample introduction system, chemical resolution using reaction and collision cells, various methods of mass analysis, approaches to account for spectral interferences, hyphenation methods to enable speciation, and the results of analyses ranging from natural waters and archaeological isotope ratios to organometallic speciation in biological materials. Describing explicitly the analytical methods that deal with current analytical challenges, and offering a current perspective on elemental analysis by plasma source mass spectrometry that is not to be found elsewhere, this book will be welcomed by both academics and industrialists as containing the most up-to-date information available on this burgeoning topic.

"... many extremely interesting results are presented here, and the book is likely to be of interest to most workers in the area." * Aslib Book Guide, Vol 66, No 12, December 2001 * "... an excellent supplement to more traditional textbooks on plasma source mass spectrometry ..." * www.rsc.org/anlreview, January 2002 * "... an excellent supplement to more traditional textbooks on plasma source mass spectrometry ..." * Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry, March 2002, 17 * "... modern, well organized, and is easy to read and comprehend ... highly recommended." * Journal of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry, 14, 171-172, 2003 * "... readers with a current interest in the technique of ICP-MS or those wishing to learn of its capabilities will find plenty to interest them." * International Journal of Environment and Pollution, Vol 18, No 4, 2002 *

Sample Preparation and Introduction
Sample Introduction, Plasma-Sample Interactions, Ion Transport and Ion-Molecule Reactions: Fundamental Understanding and Practical Improvements in ICP-MSp. 3
Microwave Digestion of Oils for Analysis of Platinum Group and Rare Earth Elements by ICP-MSp. 17
USN-ICPMS: A Poor Man's High Resolutionp. 25
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 Spectrometryp. 37
Moving to the Next Level: Sample Introduction and Plasma Interface Design for Improved Performance in ICP-MSp. 45
Mass Analyser Instrumentation
QMF Operation with Quadrupole Excitationp. 63
All the Ions all the Time: Dream or Reality?p. 73
Evaluation of Inductively Coupled Plasma-Ion Trap Mass Spectrometryp. 90
Reaction Cells for ICP-MS
Reaction Chemistry and Collisional Processes in Multipole Devicesp. 99
Ion-Molecule Reactions in Plasma Source Mass Spectrometryp. 117
Ion-Molecule Chemistry Solutions to the ICP-MS Analytical Challengesp. 130
A Reaction Mechanism for Solving the Oxide Problem in ICP-MS Analysis of the Noble Metalsp. 148
Applications
Application and Quality of ICP-MS Analysisp. 165
Trace Elements in Honey Samples by means of ETV-ICP-MSp. 177
Determination of Trace Elements in Ice Core Samples by Laser Ablation Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometryp. 185
Rare Earth Element Concentrations for the Mobile-Alabama River Systemsp. 195
Application of ICP-MS to a Trace Elements Mass Balance Study in a Power Plantp. 208
Determination of Mercury, Arsenic, Selenium and Antimony in Potable Water by ICP-MSp. 216
Determination of Metals in Sewage and Industrial Waste Waters by ICP-MS in a Single Runp. 230
Isotope Ratio Measurement
The Performance of Commercial Mono-Elemental Solutions for High Accuracy Mass Spectrometryp. 245
ICP-MS Applied to Isotope Abundance Ratio Measurements: Performance Study and Development of a Method for Combining Uncertainty Contributions from Measurement Correction Factorsp. 257
Comparison of MC-ICP-MS with Quadrupole ICP-MS for the Certification of the Amount, Content and Isotopic Composition of Enriched [superscript 206]Pb and [superscript 203]Tl Materials Using Isotope Dilutionp. 270
Which Way for Os? A Comparison of Plasma-Source Versus Negative Thermal Ionisation Mass Spectrometry for Os Isotope Measurementp. 279
Matrix-induced Isotopic Mass Fractionation in the ICP-MSp. 288
Simultaneous Acquisition of Isotope Compositions and Parent/Daughter Ratios by Non-isotope Dilution-mode Plasma Ionisation Multi-collector Mass Spectrometry (PIMMS)p. 298
Combined Pb-, Sr- and O-Isotope Analysis of Human Dental Tissue for the Reconstruction of Archaeological Residential Mobilityp. 311
Speciation
Isotope Dilution Analysis for Trace Metal Speciationp. 327
Prediction of Inorganic Aqueous Speciation: A Useful Tool for ICP-MS and IC-ICP-MS Analystsp. 347
Investigations into Biovolatilisation of Metal(loids) in the Environment by using GC-ICP-TOF-MSp. 361
Time-of-Flight Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry for Ultratrace Speciation Analysis of Organometallic Compundsp. 369
An Appetite for Arsenic: The Seaweed Eating Sheep from Orkneyp. 380
Hyphenated IC-ICP-MS for the Determination of Arsenic Speciation in Acid Mine Drainagep. 387
Selenium Speciation in Human Urinep. 401
Sensitive Detection of Platinum-Bound DNA Using ICP-MS and Comparison to Graphite Furnace Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy (GFAAS)p. 412
Author Indexp. 419
Subject Indexp. 422
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ISBN: 9780854048953
ISBN-10: 0854048952
Series: Special Publications, Number 267
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 438
Published: October 2001
Publisher: Royal Society Of Chemistry
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.4 x 15.6  x 2.79
Weight (kg): 0.93