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Call number:SPRINGER-2003-9783540458234:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Neutron Spin Echo Spectroscopy Basics, Trends and Applications
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Date:2003
Size:1 online resource (350 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-45823-9
Contents:Basic Science and Technology -- Fundamentals of Neutron Spin Echo Spectroscopy -- Time-of-Flight Neutron Spin Echo: Present Status -- Wide Angle Neutron Spin Echo and Time-of-Flight Spectrometer -- Neutron Spin Echo Spectrometer at
B.A.R.C. Trombay -- Compact Neutron Spin Echo Device with Foil Spin Flippers -- Modified Neutron Spin Echo with Spectrum Modulation: Specific Feature and Applications -- Neutron Resonance Spin Echo — Triple Axis Spectrometry (NRSE-TAS)
-- Elastic Neutron Scattering Measurements Using Larmor Precession of Polarized Neutrons -- Technical Aspects of Larmor Precession with Inclined Front and End Faces -- Space-Time View of Neutron Spin Echo, Correlation Functions and
Phonon Focusing -- Neutron Spin Echo as a Quantum Interference System -- Neutron Speed Echo Spectroscopy -- Neutron Spin Precession Optics: Recent Results and Some Perspectives -- Future Developments in Resonance Spin Echo -- Neutron
Spin Echo Spectrometers of the Next Generation — Where Are the Limits? -- Applications in Physics, Chemistry and Life Sciences -- Use of the Neutron Spin Echo Technique to Observe Flux Line Motion -- Dynamics of Frustrated Magnetic
Moments in Antiferromagnetically Ordered TbNiAl Probed by Spin Echo and Time-of-Flight Spectroscopy -- Critical Slowing Down in a Simple Fluid System as Measured by Neutron Spin Echo Technique. Crossover Between Hydrodynamics and
Critical Dynamics -- Soft Matter and Biology -- Dynamics of Glass Forming Polymers by Neutron Spin Echo -- Elastic and Quasielastic Neutron Scattering on Liquid Isotopic and Binary Blends of Low Molecular Mass Poly(siloxanes) --
Neutron Spin Echo Study of the Dynamics in BIS Cross-Linked Poly(N-Isopropyl Acrylamide) Microgels: Dependence on the Cross-Linker Concentration -- Dynamical Fluctuation of Cylindrical Micelles and Membranes in Binary and Ternary
Amphiphilic Microemulsion Systems -- Dynamics of Hydrophobically Modified Polymer Doped Surfactant Bilayers: A Neutron Spin Echo Study -- Neutron Resonance Spin Echo: Oxygen Transport in Crowded Protein Solutions
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Series:Lecture Notes in Physics: 601
Keywords: Physics , Solid state physics , Physical measurements , Measurement , Spectroscopy , Microscopy , Materials science , Physics , Solid State Physics , Spectroscopy and Microscopy , Measurement Science and Instrumentation , Characterization and Evaluation of Materials
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Call number:SPRINGER-1998-9789401590464:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:New Methods for the Study of Biomolecular Complexes
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Date:1998
Size:1 online resource (354 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-015-9046-4
Contents:A General Approach to Deciphering how Proteins Work Using Synthetic Chemistry and Mass Spectrometry -- Approaches to the Characterisation of Tertiary and Supramolecular Protein Structures by Combination of Protein Chemistry and Mass
Spectrometry -- Protein-Ligand Binding Studied by Amide Hydrogen Exchange and Mass Spectrometry -- Structural Studies of Protein-Protein Interactions Using Proteolytic Footprinting and MALDI/MS -- Investigation of the Effect of Protein
Oxidation upon the Lipid-Binding Activity of the Cerebroside-Sulfate Activator Protein (Saposin B) -- The Use of Chemical Ligation for Investigation of the Structure of Duplexes Formed by Linear and Circular Oligonucleotides --
Studying Noncovalent Protein-RNA Interactions and Drug Binding by Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectrometry -- Measurement of Noncovalent Complexes with High m/z by Electrospray Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry -- Non-Covalent
Complexes of Oligonucleotides Observed Using Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectrometry -- Observations of Non-Covalent Complexes of Citrate Synthase and NADH by ESI/TOF Mass Spectrometry -- Gas-Phase Dissociation Energies of
Hydrogen-Bonded Complexes in a Quadrupole Ion Trap Mass Spectrometer -- Electrospray Ionization FTICR Spectrometry of Metalloproteins -- On the Determination of the Ion Internal Energy in an Electrospray Source -- Observation of
Protein Heptamer Formation for Chemically Ligated Early Pregnancy Factor -- Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Ionization of Non-Covalent Complexes -- Characterization of Tertiary Structure States and Specific Noncovalent Complexes of
Proteins by UV-Matrix-Assisted Laser-Desorption/Ionization Mass Spectrometry -- Non-Covalent Hetero- and Homo-Oligomeric Protein Complexes Reassociate Differentially during MALDI-MS Analysis -- The Detection of Non-Covalent
Interactions in Nucleic Acids Using MALDI -- Mass Spectrometric Methods for Biomolecular Characterization -- X-Ray Crystallographic and Mass Spectrometric Structure Determination and Functional Characterisation of Succinylated Porin
from Rhodobacter Capsulatus: Implications for Ion Selectivity and Single-Channel Conductance -- Structural Relation of Peridinin-Chlorophyll A-Protein (PCP) and Proteins with Globin-like Fold — A Testable Hypothesis for its Folding and
Assembly Pathway -- The Development of NMR Methods to Study Protein Structure and Dynamics -- BIAcore Technology — A Marriage Partner to Mass Spectrometry? -- Biospecific Interactions Measured by Capillary Electrophoresis --
Application of Neutron Scattering Techniques to Problems of Biological Relevance -- List of Participants
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Keywords: Life sciences , Analytical chemistry , Biochemistry , Life Sciences , Biochemistry, general , Analytical Chemistry
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Call number:SPRINGER-1997-9789401151658:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Selected Topics in Mass Spectrometry in the Biomolecular Sciences
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Date:1997
Size:1 online resource (586 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-011-5165-8
Contents:I: Methods in Mass Spectrometry -- Electrospray Ionization: Theory and Application -- Atmospheric Pressure Ionization (ESI and APCI) Theory and Application -- Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorpition-Ionization (MALDI) Mass Spectrometry:
Principles and Applications -- High Sensitivity ESI/MS and MALDI MS -- Optimised GC/MS Interfacing Systems and Operating Conditions -- Quantitative Analysis by Mass Spectrometry: Some Important Considerations -- Optimization of Mass
Spectrometric Ionisation Efficiency Data -- Role of Internal Energy in Mass Spectrometric Fragmentation -- Interaction of Metal Ions and Protons with Simple Biomolecules. Structure Information from Bond Energies and Entropy Effects --
A Promising Marriage Between Theory and Experiment: Density Functional Method Versus Mass Spectrometry -- II: Instrumentation for Mass Analysis and Detection -- Recent Advances in Magnet Sector Mass Spectrometry -- Quadrupole Mass
Filters and Quadrupole Ion Traps -- Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry -- Combined Analyzer Technologies -- Fourier Transform Mass Spectrometry -- III: Application to Biomolecules -- Protein Characterization by MS in Pharmaceutical
Industry. Structural Characterization of Modified Forms of Recombinant Hirudin Sequence Variant 1 and Direct Batch Analysis -- Folding Pathways of Disulphide Containing Proteins -- Integration of Chemical Modification Reactions and
Mass Spectrometric Methods in Protein Characterisation -- PSD-MALDI Analysis of Peptides -- Development of a Mass Spectrometric Approach for the Characterisation of Hemoglobin Adducts -- Reactivity of Antineoplastic Drugs with Model
Peptides Studied by Advanced Mass Spectrometry Methodologies -- Applications of Mass Spectrometry in Biochemical Studies of Nucleosides, Nucleotides and Nucleic Acids -- MALDI Mass Analysis of Oligonucleotides -- DNA Adducts in Human
Carcinogenesis. Clues to Etiology and Mechanism -- MALDI MS of Oligo and Polysaccharides -- Mass Spectrometry of Isoeicosanoids as Novel Lipid Substances -- The Role of Mass Spectrometry in the Characterization of Plant Metabolites
from Crude Extracts -- Environmental Applications of Mass Spectrometry: Toxaphene Analysis -- The Determination of Polar Compounds in the Aquatic Environment -- Some Mass Spectrometry Contributions in the Study of Cultural Heritage
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Keywords: Chemistry , Analytical chemistry , Mass spectrometry , Biochemistry , Chemistry , Mass Spectrometry , Analytical Chemistry , Biochemistry, general
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Call number:SPRINGER-1996-9789400902176:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Mass Spectrometry in Biomolecular Sciences
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Date:1996
Size:1 online resource (523 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-009-0217-6
Contents:I: Methods in Mass Spectrometry -- 1. Ion Formation by Fast Atom Bombardment Mass Spectrometry -- 2. Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption-Ionization (MALDI) Mass Spectrometry of Biological Molecules -- 3. Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption
Mass Spectrometry on a Magnetic Sector Instrument Fitted with an Array Detector -- 4. Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectrometry: Protein Structure -- 5. Applications of Quantum Chemistry in Mass Spectrometry -- 6. Proton Affinities and
Intrinsic Basicities of Alanine and Glycine Studied by Means of AM1 and PM3 Methods -- II: Instrumentation for Mass Analysis and Detection -- 7. Energy-Isochronous Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometers -- 8. The Detection of High
Mass-to-Charge Biological Ions by Fourier Transform Mass Spectrometry: Issues and Routes for Instrument Improvement -- 9. Quadrupole Mass Filters, Quadrupole Ion Traps and Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Spectrometers -- 10.
Energy Shifts in Collisional Activation -- 11. Hybrid Instruments of Unusual Geometry -- III: Application to Biomolecules -- 12. Continuous-Flow Fast Atom Bombardment Mass Spectrometry: Applications to Dynamic Systems -- 13. Hybrid
Tandem Mass Spectrometry of Peptides -- 14. Mass Spectrometry in the Study of Advanced Glycation End Products -- 14. Nucleic Acids: Overview and Analytical Strategies -- 15. Monitoring of Human Exposure to Xenobiotics Identification
and Quantification of Cancer Initiators in Vivo -- 16. The Role of Mass Spectrometry in Biomonitoring Exposure to Carcinogens -- 17. Characterization of Ceramide Mixtures by Fast Atom Bombardment and Tandem Mass Spectrometry -- 18.
Bioorganic Studies of a New Photoreceptor Structure -- IV: Coupling of Chromatography to Mass Spectrometry -- 19. Gas Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry Coupling -- 20. Recent Developments in Combined Supercritical Fluid
Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry (SFC/MS) -- 21. GC-MS Analysis of Volatile Compounds of Mesir -- 22. The Application of Mass Spectrometry to Food and Nutrition Research
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Keywords: Chemistry , Analytical chemistry , Biochemistry , Ecotoxicology , Chemistry , Analytical Chemistry , Biochemistry, general , Ecotoxicology
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Call number:SPRINGER-1996-9783709165553:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Microbeam and Nanobeam Analysis
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Date:1996
Size:1 online resource (4 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-7091-6555-3
Contents:Monte Carlo Simulation Techniques for Quantitative X-Ray Microanalysis -- Transport Equation Approach to Electron Microbeam Analysis: Fundamentals and Applications -- Use of Soft X-Rays in Microanalysis -- Intensity Measurement of
Wavelength Dispersive X-Ray Emission Bands: Applications to the Soft X-Ray Region -- Synchrotron Radiation Induced X-ray Microfluorescence Analysis -- Particle-Induced X-Ray Emission — A Quantitative Technique Suitable for
Microanalysis -- Cathodoluminescence Microscopy and Spectroscopy of Semiconductors and Wide Bandgap Insulating Materials -- Time-of-Flight Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (ToF-SIMS) -- Three-Dimensional Nanoanalysis with the
Tomographic Atom-Probe -- Microanalysis at Atomic Resolution -- Composition of Vanadium Carbides Formed by Solidification in Fe-V-C-M Alloys: Influence of Additions (M = Al, Cu, Mo) -- Electron Transmission Coefficient for Oblique
Angle of Incidence -- Depth Distribution Function for Oblique Angle of Incidence -- Simulation of EDS Spectra Using X-RES Software -- On the Use of the GeL? Line in Thin Film X-Ray Microanalysis of Si1-x Gex/Si Heterostructures --
Computer Simulations of the X-Ray Intensity Distribution from Submicron Particles Embedded in a Matrix -- Determination of Rare Earth Elements in Biological and Mineral Apatite by EPMA and LAMP-ICP-MS -- Quantitative Analysis of the
Compound Layer of Plasma Nitrided Pure Iron -- Correction of the Edge Effect in Auger Electron Microscopy -- Low Energy Imaging of Nonconductive Surfaces in SEM -- Investigation of the Bonding Mechanism of Glass Ceramic Layers on Metal
Alloys -- Monte Carlo Method for Quantitative Analysis of Bulk and Layered Samples -- SIMS Linescan Profiling of Chemically Bevelled Semiconductors: a Method of Overcoming Ion Beam Induced Segregation in Depth Profiling -- Experimental
Verification of Theoretical Models Simulating the Temperature Increase in EPMA of Glass -- Quantitation of Mineral Elements of Different Fruit Pollen Grains -- Electron Beam Induced Migration of Alkaline Ions in Silica Glass --
Application of the Boltzmann Transport Equation in the Thickness Determination of Thin Films -- Characterisation of the Shape of Microparticles via Fractal and Fourier Analyses of Scanning Electron Microscope Images -- Calculation of
the Surface Ionisation Using Analytical Models of Electron Backscattering -- Thickness Determination of Thin Insulating Layers -- High Energy and Angular Resolution Dynamic Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry -- EPMA and Mass Spectrometry
of Soil and Grass Containing Radioactivity from the Nuclear Accident at Chernobyl -- Application of a New Monte Carlo Simulation Algorithm to Electron Probe Microanalysis -- Topography Development on Single Crystal MgO Under Ion Beam
Bombardment -- Determination of SPM TIP Shape Using Polystyrene Latex Balls -- Combined Characterization of Nanostructures by AEM and STM -- Study of Quasi-Fractal Many-Particle-Systems and Percolation Networks by Zero-Loss
Spectroscopic Imaging, Electron Energy-Loss Spectroscopy and Digital Image Analysis -- Calculation of Bremsstrahlung Spectra for Multilayer Samples -- Thickness Measurement of Thin Films by EPMA — Influence of ? (0), MAC’s and
Substrate -- A Simple Procedure to Check the Spectral Response of an EDX Detector -- Virtual WDS -- Monte Carlo Simulation Program with a Free Configuration of Specimen and Detector Geometries -- Barriers to Energy Dispersive
Spectrometry with Low Energy X-Rays -- Measurements of Ga1-xAlxAs Layers on GaAs with EDS -- The Relative Intensity Factor for La Radiation Considering the Different Mass Absorption of La and L? Radiation -- Determination of the
Solubility of Cerium in BaTiO3 by Quantitative WDS Electron Probe Microanalysis -- Simulation of X-Ray Diffraction Profiles of Gradually Relaxed Epilayers -- Monte Carlo Simulation of Electron Scattering for Arbitrary 2D Structures
Using a Modified Quadtree Geometry Discretization -- Chemical-Bond Characterization of Nanostructures by EELS -- Local Determination of Carbon by Combining Beta-Autoradiography and Electron Microprobe Analysis -- The Check of the
Elastic Scattering Model in Monte-Carlo Simulation -- True Colour X-Ray Vision for Electron Microscopy and Microanalysis -- Determination of the Oxidation States of Nb by Auger Electron Spectroscopy -- Study by SIMS of the 54Cr and 18O
Diffusion in Cr2 O3 and in Cr2O3 Scales -- Comparison of Back-Foil Scanning X-Ray Microfluorescence and Electron Probe X-Ray Microanalysis for the Elemental Characterisation of Thin Coatings -- Electron Probe X-Ray Microanalysis of
Coatings -- Analysis of Layers: X-Ray Maps of Change in Thickness Obtained by Electron Macroprobe -- Comparison of Simulated and Experimental Auger Intensities of Au, Pt, Ni and Siin Absolute Units -- Practical Aspects and Applications
of EPMA at Low Electron Energies -- Oxidation and Reduction Processes of Be/BeO Induced by Electrons
ISBN:9783709165553
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Keywords: Chemistry , Analytical chemistry , Physical chemistry , Solid state physics , Optics , Optoelectronics , Plasmons (Physics) , Spectroscopy , Microscopy , Materials , Thin films , Chemistry , Analytical Chemistry , Physical Chemistry , Solid State Physics , Spectroscopy and Microscopy , Optics, Optoelectronics, Plasmonics and Optical Devices , Surfaces and Interfaces, Thin Films
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Call number:SPRINGER-1992-9789401126182:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Mass Spectrometry in the Biological Sciences: A Tutorial
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Date:1992
Size:1 online resource (461 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-011-2618-2
Contents:I: Instrumentation for Mass Analysis and Detection -- 1. Sectors and Tandem Sectors -- 2. Hybrid Tandem Mass Spectrometry -- 3. Triple Quadrupole Mass Spectrometry -- 4. Quadrupole Ion Trap Mass Spectrometers for Studies of
Biomolecules -- 5. Fourier Transform Mass Spectrometry: Features, Principles, Capabilities, and Limitations -- 6. Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometers -- 7. Ion Detection in Mass Spectrometry -- II: Methods in Mass Spectrometry -- 8.
Electrospray Mass Spectrometry -- 9. Laser Desorption Mass Spectrometry. Part I: Basic Mechanisms and Techniques -- 10. Laser Desorption Mass Spectrometry. Part II: Performance and Applications of Matrix-Assisted Laser
Desorption/Ionization of Large Biomolecules -- 11. Laser Desorption, Chemical Ionization, and Laser Desorption/Chemical Ionization Applications with Fourier Transform Mass Spectrometry -- 12. Plasma Desorption Mass Spectrometry:
Principles and Applications to Protein Studies -- 13. Continuous Flow Fast Atom Bombardment Mass Spectrometry in Analytical Biochemistry -- 14. Combined Liquid Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry (LC/MS): A Review -- 15. Combined
Supercritical Fluid Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry (SFC/MS) -- 16. Determination of Biomolecules by Using Liquid Chromatography and Thermospray Mass Spectrometry: from Penicillins to Peptides -- 17. Neutralization-Reionization Mass
Spectrometry: Fundamental Studies and Analytical Applications -- 18. Some Applications of the Quantum-Mechanical Semiempirical Methods to the Gas-Phase Chemistry of Bio-Organic Ions -- III: Applications to Biomolecules -- 19.
Characterization of Human Hemoglobin Variants by Mass Spectrometry -- 20. Detection of Post-Translational Modification of Proteins by Mass Spectrometry -- 21. Manipulation of Experimental Variables for FAB MS and MS/MS to Facilitate
Identification of a Post-Translational Modification in Rabbit Elongation Factor l? -- 22. Use of FAB MS and MS/MS in the Structural Determinations of Cockroach Neuropeptides -- 23. The Mass Spectrometric Determination of Retro-Inverso
Linear Peptides -- 24. Mass Spectrometry in Studies of O-Linked Glycopeptides Isolated from Natural and Recombinant Glycoproteins -- 25. Nucleosides and Oligonucleotides: Structures and Principles of Reactivity from Mass Spectrometry
-- 26. Application of Tandem Mass Spectrometry to Carcinogen-Modified Nucleosides -- 27. Structure Determination of Lipids: Comparison of Classical Methods and New Approaches Involving Charge-Remote Fragmentation -- 28. The Use of
FAB-MS of Cellular Lipids for the Characterization of Medically Important Bacteria -- 29. Structural Analysis of Phosphatidylinositol from Carrot Cell Membranes by Fast Atom Bombardment and Tandem Mass Spectrometry
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Keywords: Chemistry , Physical chemistry , Chemistry , Physical Chemistry
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Call number:SPRINGER-1991-9781468479263:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Methods and Mechanisms for Producing Ions from Large Molecules
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Date:1991
Size:1 online resource (344 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4684-7926-3
Contents:The Founding Fathers of Mass Spectroscopy -- MeV Particle Bombardment -- Plasma Desorption Mass Spectrometry — Achievements and Frontiers -- A New Concept: The Fast Preequilibrium Charge State of Swift Ions in Solids -- PDMS With
Volatile Organic Compounds -- Competitive Peptide Adsorption to Nitrocellulose Covered Backing Material in Cf-252-Plasma Desorption Mass Spectrometry -- Charting of Rat Pituitary Peptides by Plasma Desorption and Electrospray
Ionization Mass Spectrometry -- Energy and Angular Distributions of Secondary Ions Ejected from Clean Metals by MeV Ion Impact -- Different Mechanisms of Negative Ion Formation Observed with Chlorophyll-a -- Sequence Informative
Fragmentation in 252Cf Plasma Desorption Mass Spectrometry -- MeV Bombardment: Theory -- Ion Formation in Electronic Sputtering from Decane -- Spatial Distribution of Biomolecules Sputtered Under Fast Heavy Ion Bombardment -- Heavy-Ion
and Laser-Pulse-Induced Ejection of Large Organic Molecules -- keV Particle Bombardment -- Experimental Observations of Particle Emission from Liquid Organic Matrices Bombarded by keV Ions -- Evaluation of Secondary Ion Internal Energy
Distribution in LSIMS -- Cluster Ion Emission From Cesium Chloride Bombarded with Atomic and Molecular Ions -- Negative Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry of Gold Surfaces -- Sequencing an Unknown Peptide -- Sensitivity Measurements for
Parent and Daughter Ions of Peptides in a Reflecting Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometer -- keV Bombardment: Theory -- Stopping and Scattering of Slow Cluster Ions -- Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Bulk Desorption -- Spray Ionization
Methods -- On the Mechanisms Involved in Spray Ionization -- Electrospray, Mechanism and Performance -- Optical Studies of Electrohydrodynamic Disintegration of Liquids in EH and ES Mass Spectrometry -- Electrohydrodynamic Mass
Spectrometry: How High Can It Go? -- Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectrometric Analysis of Proteins -- Laser Desorption -- Laser Desorption Mass Spectrometry — Some Technical and Mechanistic Aspects -- Matrix — Assisted UV Laser
Desorption with a Time Digitizer -- Investigations of Matrix Isolated, (UV) Laser Induced Polymer Sublimation Using a Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometer -- On the Detectability of Low Velocity High Mass Ions in Matrix Assisted Laser
Desorption TOF-MS -- Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Fourier Transform Mass Spectrometry for Biological Compounds -- Laser Induced Desorption of Atoms from Metal Particles: Mechanism and Applications -- Laser Desorption: Theory -- On
the Mechanism of Volatilization of Large Biomolecules by Pulsed Laser Ablation of Frozen Aqueous Solutions -- Laser Desorption of Large Molecules: Mechanisms and Models -- Macromolecule Desorption from the Film Back Side Under Laser
Irradiation -- Post — Ionization of Desorbed Neutrals -- Post-Ionization of Laser-Desorbed Organics by Single-Photon Ionization -- Laser-Induced Resonance Enhanced Multiphoton Ionization in Supersonic Beams -- Laser
Desorption/Photoionization Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry of Polymer Additives -- Laser Desorption and Laser Post-Ionization Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry -- Participants
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Keywords: Physics , Nuclear physics , Heavy ions , Hadrons , Physics , Nuclear Physics, Heavy Ions, Hadrons
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Call number:SPRINGER-1991-9781468459647:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Fundamental Aspects of Heterogeneous Catalysis Studied by Particle Beams
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Date:1991
Size:1 online resource (472 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4684-5964-7
Contents:General Catalysis -- to the Use of Particle Beam Techniques in Heterogeneous Catalysis -- Heterogeneous Catalysts and Catalytic Processes -- Production of Industrial Catalysts -- Importance of Surface Chemistry/Catalysis in the
Processing of Semiconductors -- Irreversible Adsorption of Metal Atoms in Electrocatalysis -- Electrocatalysis on Well-Defined Platinum Surfaces -- Effect of Surface-Catalyzed NO Formation on Thermal Load in Hypersonics --
Electrochemical Probing of Step and Terrace Sites on Pt[n(11?1)×(111)] and Pt[n(111)×(100)] -- Reactivity -- Quantum Chemistry of Surface Chemical Reactivity -- Ion Scattering as a Tool for a Better Understanding of Chemical Reactions
on Surfaces -- Oscillating Structural Changes in Catalytic Reactions -- Molecular Dynamics for Reactions of Heterogeneous Catalysis -- Is There a Distribution of Transition State Energies in the Reaction Coordinate of CO Oxidation on
Pt Foil? -- Catalyst Characterization -- Nuclear Magnetic Resonance -- Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy in Studies of Catalysts -- Photons -- Characterization of Heterogeneous Catalysts by Vibrational Spectroscopies --
Applications of X-Ray Absorption Spectroscopy in Catalysis -- A Model for Characterising the Growth of Ruthenium on Amorphous Alumina by the Use of the Auger Parameter -- In Situ FTIR Spectroscopy of Cu-Cr Catalysts in CO Oxidation --
Depth Profiling of Rh/CeO2 Catalysts: an Alternative Method for Dispersion Analysis -- Electrons -- Electron Stimulated Desorption and Other Methods for the Study of Surface Phenomena Related to Atomic Level Aspects of Heterogeneous
Catalysis -- HREELS and TDS Studies of NO + H2 and NH3 + O2 Reactions on Pt(111) -- Neutrons -- Use of Neutron Beams in Studying Vibrational Modes of Molecules Adsorbed on Catalysts -- Ions -- Low-Energy Ion Scattering Investigations
of Catalysts I -- Low-Energy Ion Scattering Investigations of Catalysts II -- Time-of-Flight Scattering and Recoiling Spectrometry (TOF-SARS) for Surface Structure Determinations -- High-E Ion Scattering and Atom Location -- Secondary
Ion Mass Spectrometry — Fundamentals and Application to Heterogeneous Catalysis -- Study of the Pt3Sn(100), (111) and (110) Single Crystal Surfaces by LEIS and LEED -- Study of the Surface Structure of V2O5/?-Al2O3 Catalysts by LEIS --
Growth of Palladium on Zinc Oxide Surfaces -- Ion Scattering Analysis of Rh Adlayers on Alumina Films -- Energy-Dependent Effects in Low Energy Ion Scattering from TiO2, Ti and H2O Ice -- Factors Which Affect Peak Shapes and Areas in
Ion Scattering Spectroscopy -- The Measurement of Absolute Surface Coverages Using Nuclear Reaction Analysis -- On the Neutralization Models in LEIS -- Deuterium-Oxygen Reaction on Pt(111): Catalysis by Defects -- Directors and
Lecturers
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Keywords: Chemistry , Analytical chemistry , Physical chemistry , Atoms , Physics , Chemistry , Analytical Chemistry , Physical Chemistry , Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics
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Call number:SPRINGER-1990-9789400920354:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Chemistry and Physics of Energetic Materials
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Date:1990
Size:1 online resource (764 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-009-2035-4
Contents:1. Fundamental Principles of Thermal Explosions and Recent Applications -- 2. Modelling Isothermal Waves of Chemical Reaction -- 3. Thermochemical Modeling: I. Application to Decomposition of Energetic Materials -- 4. Thermochemical
Modeling: II. Application to Ignition and Combustion of Energetic Materials -- 5. Fundamental Physics and Chemistry Behind Molecular Crystal Detonations at a Microscopic Level -- 6. On the X? Local Spin Density Approximation in the
Study of Organic Molecules -- 7. On the Dissociation of Chemical Bonds -- 8. Structure-Sensitivity Relationships in Energetic Compounds -- 9. Computational Studies of Energetic Nitramines -- 10. Molecular Dynamics Approach to
Detonation Studies and Related Problems in the Condensed Phase -- 11. Molecular Dynamical Studies of Energy Transport and Energy Sharing in Molecular Dissociation -- 12. Fast Thermolysis-Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy Methods
to Study Energetic Materials -- 13. Structure-Thermolysis Relationships for Energetic Materials -- 14. The Application of Simultaneous Thermogravimetric Modulated Beam Mass Spectrometry and Time-of-flight Velocity Spectra Measurements
to the Study of the Pyrolysis of Energetic Materials -- 15. Thermal Decomposition of HMX and RDX: Decomposition Processes and Mechanisms Based on STMBMS and TOF Velocity-Spectra easurements -- 16. The Diamond Anvil Cell for Physical
and Chemical Investigations of Energetic Materials at High Pressures -- 17. Effects of Pressure on the Thermal Decomposition Rates, Chemical Reactivity, and Phase Behavior of HMX, RDX and Nitromethane -- 18. Mechanistic Investigations
of Condensed Phase Energetic Material Decomposition Processes using the Kinetic Deuterium Isotope Effect -- 19. Mechanistic Relationships of the Decomposition Process to Combustion and Explosion Events from Kinetic Deuterium Isotope
Effect Investigations -- 20. KIVA Reactive Hydrodynamics Code Applied to Detonations in High Vacuum -- 21. Detonation Chemistry Studies of Energetic Materials using Laboratory Scale Samples -- 22. Analysis of Reaction Products of
Propellants and High Explosives -- 23. Chemical Sensitisation in Nitro, Nitramine, and Nitrate Explosives -- 24. The Response of Energetic Materials to Projectile Impact -- 25. Fundamentals of X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy (XPS) and
its Applications to Explosives and Propellants -- 26. XPS Study of Hot Spots and Sensitization Centers in Energetic Materials -- 27. Sensitivity Relationships in Energetic Materials -- 28. Molecular Architecture Versus Chemistry and
Physics of Energetic Materials -- 29. Emission Spectroscopy as a Tool to Detect Decomposition Products of Laser Irradiated Explosives -- 30. Tandem Mass Spectrometry (MS/MS) and Collision Induced Dissociation (CID) — An Introduction --
31. MS/MS of Energetic Compounds: Collision Induced Dissociation (CID) Studies of Fragmentation Processes in Energetic Molecules -- 32. NQR/NMR Studies of Solid Phase Energetic Materials -- List of Participants
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Title:Frontiers of Laser Spectroscopy of Gases
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Date:1988
Size:1 online resource (520 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-009-3003-2
Contents:Spectroscopy Without Lasers -- Electronic Spectra -- Comparison of Classical and Laser Techniques -- Philosophical Remarks -- Infrared Lasers for Spectroscopy -- Survey of Lasers, Suitable for Spectroscopy in the Medium Infrared --
The Colour Centre Laser -- The Carbon Monoxide Laser -- Tunable Far Infrared Laser Spectroscopy -- Second Order Spectrometer -- Third Order Spectrometer -- Experimental Technique -- Results -- Conclusion -- Generation of Coherent
Tunable Radiation -- Dye Lasers -- Generation of Tunable UV and IR -- Tunable VUV and XUV Radiation Generated by Frequency Mixing in Gases -- Third-Order Frequency Conversion -- Fifth-Order Frequency Mixing -- Applications -- Tunable
Coherent Sources for Vacuum Ultraviolet Spectroscopy -- Stimulated Raman Scattering -- Harmonic Generation and Frequency Mixing -- Applications in Spectroscopy -- Conclusions -- The Free Electron Laser, Offspring of Synchrotron
Radiation -- Synchrotron Radiation -- Insertion Devices -- Harmonic Generation -- Free Electron Laser -- Electron Accelerators -- Free Electron Laser Facilities -- Summary of FEL Properties and Applications -- Laser Doppler-Free
Techniques in Spectroscopy -- In Radiofrequency Domain -- In Optical Domain -- Applications of Two-Photon Spectroscopy -- Atomic Laser Spectroscopy -- Laser Spectroscopy of Fundamental Systems -- Atomic Beams, Laser Cooling, Atomic
Traps and Rydberg Atoms -- Optical Rotation Produced by Atoms -- Laser Raman Spectroscopy -- Theory of Linear Raman Processes -- Some New Aspects of Linear Gas Phase Raman Spectroscopy -- Theory of Nonlinear Raman Processes -- Coherent
Raman Spectroscopy -- Techniques in Molecular Laser Spectroscopy -- Laser Stark Spectroscopy -- Laser Magnetic Resonance -- Laser Induced Fluorescence -- Double Resonance Spectroscopy -- Multiphoton Ionization Spectroscopy with
Photoelectron and Mass Spectral Analysis -- Multiphoton Ionization Photoelectron Spectroscopy -- Multiphoton Ionizatíon Mass Spectroscopy -- Preparation of Free Radicals in Molecular Beams -- Applications of Laser Ionization Mass and
Photoelectron Spectroscopy -- Summary -- Multiphoton Ionization Mass Spectrometry of Biomolecules -- Method -- Results -- Conclusion -- Unimolecular Decay of Energy-Selected Polyatomic Molecular Ions by Resonance-Enhanced Multiphoton
Ionization in a Reflectron Mass Spectrometer -- Photoelectron Kinetic Energy Analysis -- Unimolecular Ion Decay in a Reflectron Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometer -- Conclusion -- Infrared Spectroscopy of Molecular Ions -- Production of
Molecular Ions -- Infrared Spectroscopy of Molecular Ions using Frequency Tunable Laser Sources -- Dynamics of the Photodissociation of Small Molecules -- Experimental Techniques to Analyse Product Motion -- Photodissociation of H2O in
the First Absorption Band -- Weak and Strong Final State Interaction -- Conclusions -- Laser Spectroscopy of Chemical Intermediates in Supersonic Free Jet Expansions -- Supersonic Free Jet Expansions -- Spectroscopy of Ions -- Neutral
Free Radicals -- Summary -- The Infrared Spectroscopy of the H3+ and HD+ Molecular Ions at their Dissociation Limits -- The Spectroscopy of H3+ -- The Spectroscopy of HD+ -- The Interpretation of Vibrational Overtone Spectra Observed
by Fourier Transform and Laser Photoacoustic Spectroscopy -- Experimental Techniques -- Anharmonicity in a Diatomic Molecule -- A Simple Classical Model -- A Simple Quantum Mechanical Model -- Vibrational Band Intensities 475 Effects
of Fermi Resonance, and Results on Dichloromethane -- Nickel Tetracarbonyl -- Discussion -- Interstellar Masers and Star Formation in the Galaxy -- Historical Notes -- Interstellar Molecular Spectroscopy -- Interstellar Masers --
Future Perspectives
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Title:Ion Formation from Organic Solids (IFOS III) Mass Spectrometry of Involatile Material
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Date:1986
Size:1 online resource (222 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-82718-1
Contents:I 252Cf-Plasma Desorption -- Use of Polymer Surfaces for Molecular Ion Adsorption and Desorption -- Electronic Sputtering of Biomolecules -- On the Charge-State Dependence of Secondary Ion Emission from Phenylalanine -- Particle
Desorption from Non-Metallic Surfaces by High Energy Heavy Ions -- 252Cf-PDMS: Multiplicity of Desorbed Ions and Correlation Effects -- II Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (SIMS) -- Surface Organic Reactions Induced by Ion Bombardment
-- Ion Bombardment MS: A Sensitive Probe of Chemical Reactions Occurring at the Surface of Organic Solids -- Ion-Neutral Correlations Following Metastable Decay -- Metastable Ion Studies with a 252Cf Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometer --
Increasing Secondary Ion Yields: Derivatization/SIMS -- Aspects and Applications of Derivatization/SIMS -- Influence of the Target Preparation on the SI-Emission of Organic Molecules -- Secondary Ion Formation Processes in Amino
Acid-Metal Adsorption Systems -- Analytical Applications of High-Performance TOF-SIMS -- TOF-SIMS of Polymers in the High Mass Range -- The Application of Time-of-Flight Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry in the Characterization of
Apolipoprotein Mutants -- III Liquid SIMS Including FAB -- Sputtering Yields from Liquid Organic Matrices -- Sputtering from Liquid and Solid Organic Matrices -- Secondary Ion Emission from Glycerol and Silver Supported Organic
Molecules -- Temperature Effects in Particle Bombardment Mass Spectrometry of Methanol -- Internal Energy Distribution of Ions Emitted in Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry -- Fast Atom Bombardment of Peptides Above 5000 Daltons -- Amino
Acid Sequencing of Peptide Mixture: Structural Analysis of Human Hemoglobin Variants (Digit Printing Method) -- Oligonucleotide Sputtering from Liquid Matrices -- Some Experiments on the Production of Ions in Soft Ionisation Mass
Spectrometry -- Decompositions Occurring Remote from the Charge Site: A New Class of Fragmentation of FAB-Desorbed Ions -- IV Laser-Induced Ion Formation -- Laser and Plasma Desorption: Matrices and Metastables in Time-of-Flight Mass
Spectrometry -- Evidence for Simultaneous Generation of Ion Pairs in Laser Mass Spectrometry -- The Influence of the Substrate on Ultraviolet Laser Desorption Mass Spectrometry of Biomolecules -- On Different Desorption Modes in LDMS
-- V Other Ion Formation Processes -- “Spontaneous” Desorption of Negative Ions from Organic Solids and Films of Ice at Low Temperature -- Electric Pulse-Induced Desorption Compared to Other Techniques — Mechanism, Mass Spectra, and
Applications -- VI Instrumentation -- A New Dual-MS Technique Combining Negative Ion Formation by Plasma Desorption with EI-like Positive Ion Formation by In-Beam Desorption -- The Chemical Ionization/Particle-Induced Ion Source --
Design of Modern Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometers -- Design of an Organic SIMS Instrument with Separate Triple Stage Quadrupole (TSQ) and Time-of-Flight (TOF) Spectrometers -- High-Resolution TOF Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometer -- VII
Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance -- Laser Desorption Fourier Transform Mass Spectrometry: Mechanisms of Desorption and Analytical Applications -- Desorption Ionization and Fourier Transform Mass Spectrometry for the Analysis
of Large Biomolecules -- Application of Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry Combined with Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance -- Index of Contributors
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Title:Treatise on Heavy-Ion Science Volume 7: Instrumentation and Techniques
Author(s):
Date:1985
Size:1 online resource (471 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-8106-2
Contents:1. Positive Heavy-Ion Sources -- 2. A Review of Negative Heavy-Ion Sources -- 3. Stripping Foils for Heavy-Ion Beams -- 4. Heavy-Ion Targets -- 5. Focal Plane Detectors for Magnetic Spectrometers -- 6. Heavy-Ion Identification Using
Detector Telescopes -- 7. Time-of-Flight Systems for Heavy Ions -- 8. Streamer Chambers for Heavy Ions -- 9. Electromagnetic Separators for Recoiling Reaction Products -- 10. Accelerator-Based Ultrasensitive Mass Spectrometry
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Title:Ion Formation from Organic Solids Proceedings of the Second International Conference Münster, Fed. Rep. of Germany September 7–9, 1982
Author(s):
Date:1983
Size:1 online resource (272 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-87148-1
Contents:1 Field Desorption -- 1.1 Principles of Field Desorption Mass Spectrometry (Review) -- 1.2 Analytical Application of Field Desorption Mass Spectrometry (Review) -- 2 252Cf-Plasma Desorption -- 2.1 High Energy Heavy-Ion Induced
Desorption (Review) -- 2.2 Secondary Ion Emission From Metals Under Fission Fragment Bombardment -- 2.3 Fast Heavy Ion Induced Desorption of Molecular Ions from Small Proteins -- 2.4 Problems in Standardization of 252Cf Fission
Fragment Induced Desorption Mass Spectrometry -- 3 Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (SIMS) Incuding FAB -- 3.1 Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry of Organic Compounds (Review) -- 3.2 Fast Atom Bombardment (Review) -- 3.3 Changes in
Secondary Ion and Metastable Ion Mass Spectral Patterns with Experimental Conditions -- 3.4 Time-of-Flight Measurements of Metastable Decay -- 3.5 Design and Performance of a New Time-of-Flight Instrument for SIMS -- 3.6 Secondary Ion
Emission from Adsorption Layers on Nickel -- 3.7 Secondary Ion Emission from UHV-Deposited Amino Acid Overlayers on Metals -- 3.8 Temperature Dependence of Secondary Ion Emission from Phenylalanine -- 3.9 Matrix Effects on Internal
Energy in Desorption Ionization -- 3.10 Mass Spectrometry of Secondary Ions: Polymers, Plasticizers and Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons -- 3.11 SIMS Studies of Polymer Surfaces -- 3.12 A Comparative Study of Organic Polymers by SIMS
and FABMS -- 3.13 Use of a Cesium Primary Beam for Liquid SIMS Analysis of Bio-Organic Compounds -- 3.14 Fast Atom Bombardment Study of Glycerol Mass Spectra and Radiation Chemistry -- 3.15 The Use of FAB for the Solution of Difficult
Mass Spectral Problems -- 3.16 Biological and Medical Applications of Organic SIMS -- 3.17 Low and High Resolution FAB Applications in Positive and Negative Ionization Mode -- 4 Laser Induced Ion Formation -- 4.1 Laser Induced Ion
Formation from Organic Solids (Review) -- 4.2 Time Resolved Laser Desorption -- 4.3 New Developments in Laser Pulse Induced Field Desorption -- 4.4 Thermal Processes in Repetitive Laser Desorption Mass Spectrometry -- 4.5 Laser Mass
Spectrometry of Organic Compounds -- 4.6 LAMMA 1000, a New Reflection Mode Laser Microprobe Mass Analyzer, and Its Application to EDTA and Diolen® -- 4.7 Some Experiments on Laser Induced Cationization of Sucrose -- 4.8 Mass
Spectrometry of Organic Compounds (?2000 amu) and Tracing of Organic Molecules in Plant Tissue with LAMMA -- 5 Other Ion Formation Processes -- 5.1 Ion Emissions from Liquids (Review) -- 5.2 Fast Dust Particles as Primaries —
Comparison of Ion Formation with Other Techniques -- Index of Contributors
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Title:Chemistry and Physics of Solid Surfaces IV
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Date:1982
Size:1 online resource (496 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-47495-8
Contents:1. Development of Photoemission as a Tool for Surface Science: 1900–1980 -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 The Einstein Era: 1900–1930 -- 1.3 The Period of Misguided Quantum Mechanics: 1930–1945 -- 1.4 The Development of the Correct
Fundamental Understanding of the Photoemission Process: 1945–1960 -- 1.5 The Development of Photoemission Spectroscopy: 1960–1970 -- 1.6 The Explosive Era in Which Photoemission Spectroscopy Was Successfully Applied to the Study of
Surfaces: 1970–1980 -- 1.7 Conclusions -- References -- 2. Auger Spectroscopy as a Probe of Valence Bonds and Bands -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Lineshape Description — One-Electron Model -- 2.2.1 Atomic Auger Matrix Elements -- 2.2.2
Local or Mulliken Populations -- 2.3 Localization -- 2.4 Screening -- 2.5 Outlook -- 2.5.1 ESD/PSD -- 2.5.2 AES in the Gas Phase and Chemisorbed Systems -- 2.5.3 AES in the Bulk and at Interfaces -- 2.6 Summary -- References -- 3. SIMS
of Reactive Surfaces -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Single Crystal Metal Surfaces -- 3.2.1 Characteristics of SIMS -- 3.2.2 CO and O2 on Ru{001} -- 3.2.3 Classical Dynamics Modelling -- 3.2.4 Structure from Angle Dependence -- 3.2.5
Reactive Intermediates -- 3.3 Molecular SIMS -- 3.3.1 SIMS of Molecular Solids -- 3.3.2 Thiophene on Silver -- 3.3.3 Inorganic Complexes -- 3.4 Complex Surfaces -- 3.4.1 Proximity -- 3.4.2 Prospects for Catalysis -- 3.5 Conclusions --
References -- 4. Chemisorption Investigated by Ellipsometry -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Principles of Ellipsometry -- 4.3 (Sub)Monolayer Models -- 4.4 Clean Metal Surfaces -- 4.5 Spectroscopic Ellipsometry of Overlayers -- 4.6 Kinetic
Studies of Chemisorption -- 4.6.1 Coverage Calibration -- 4.6.2 Initial Stages of Oxidation -- 4.6.3 Reactions of Adsorbed Oxygen -- References -- 5. The Implications for Surface Science of Doppler-Shift Laser Fluorescence Spectroscopy
-- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Charge Transfer Processes at Surfaces -- 5.3 Laser Fluorescence Spectroscopic Measurements of Fluxes and Energy Distributions of Sputtered Particles -- References -- 6. Analytical Electron Microscopy in
Surface Science -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Analytical Electron Microscopy Techniques -- 6.3 Scanning Electron Microscopy of Surfaces -- 6.4 Surface Spectroscopies and Microscopy -- 6.4.1 Auger Electron Spectroscopy and Microscopy --
6.4.2 Secondary Electron Spectroscopy and Work Function Imaging -- 6.4.3 Photoemission and Energy-Loss Spectroscopy -- 6.5 Diffraction Techniques and Microscopy -- 6.5.1 Transmission Electron Diffraction and Microscopy -- 6.5.2 RHEED
and Reflection Microscopy -- 6.5.3 LEED and Low-Energy Microscopy -- References -- 7. He Diffraction as a Probe of Semiconductor Surface Structures -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Si{100}: Disordered Dimer Array -- 7.2.1 Si{100} Periodicity
-- 7.2.2 Diffraction Scans and Qualitative Features of the Si{100} Surface -- 7.2.3 Specular Intensities -- 7.2.4 Structural Models for Si{100} -- 7.3 GaAs {110} -- 7.3.1 Diffraction Scans -- 7.3.2 Specular Intensity Scans -- 7.3.3
Rigorous Calculation of Diffraction Intensities -- 7.3.4 The Original of the He/GaAs Potential -- 7.3.5 Computation of Rarified Charge Densities -- 7.3.6 Summary -- 7.4 Si{111} (7×7) -- 7.4.1 Diffraction Scans -- 7.4.2 Specular
Intensity Interference -- 7.4.3 A Model of the Si{111} (7×7) -- 7.4.4 Summary -- References -- 8. Studies of Adsorption at Well-Ordered Electrode Surfaces Using Low-Energy Electron Diffraction -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Thermodynamics
of Electrodeposition -- 8.3 Experimental Methods -- 8.4 Underpotential States of Hydrogen on Pt -- 8.4.1 Isotherms for Hydrogen on {111} and {100} Pt -- 8.4.2 Hydrogen at Stepped Surfaces -- 8.5 Underpotential States of Oxygen on Pt --
8.6 Underpotential States of Metals on Metals -- 8.7 Relation of the Underpotential State to the Chemisorbed State in Vacuum -- References -- 9. Low-Energy Electron Diffraction Studies of Physically Adsorbed Films -- 9.1 Introduction
-- 9.2 Background -- 9.3 LEED Instrument -- 9.4 Krypton on Graphite -- 9.5 Arçon on Graphite -- 9.5.1 Rotational Epitaxy of an Incommensurate Monolayer -- 9.5.2 Thermodynamics of an Incommensurate Monolayer -- 9.5.3 Overlayer-Substrate
Spacing for an Incommensurate Monolayer -- 9.6 Nitrogen on Graphite -- 9.7 Conclusions -- References -- 10. Monte Carlo Simulations of Chemisorbed Overlayers -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 Motivation for Monte Carlo Simulation of Surface
Systems -- 10.2.1 Introduction to the Monte Carlo Method -- 10.2.2 Results Obtainable via Monte Carlo -- 10.2.3. Comparison to Other Methods for Treating Statistical Systems -- 10.3 Monte Carlo Methods for Lattice Gases P -- 10.3.1
Simulation Mode -- 10.3.2 Microscopic Dynamics -- 10.3.3 Order of Transitions -- 10.4 Monto Carlo Simulation Results -- 10.4.1 Square Lattice Simulations -- 10.4.2 Rectangular Lattice Simulations -- 10.4.3 Triangular Lattice
Simulations -- 10.4.4 Hexagonal Lattice Simulations -- 10.5 Summary and Discussion -- References -- 11. Critical Phenomena of Chemisorbed Overlayers -- 11.1 Introduction -- 11.2 Important Concepts -- 11.2.1 Lattice Gas Model -- 11.2.2
Critical Exponents and Scaling Laws -- 11.2.3 Corrections to Scaling -- 11.2.4 Crossover Phenomena [11.22] -- 11.2.5 Fisher Renormalization -- 11.3 Universality Classes for Atoms on a 2-d Lattice -- 11.3.1 Order Parameters P -- 11.3.2
Universality Classes -- 11.3.3 Landau Theory for Adlayers -- 11.3.4 Catalogue of Transitions -- 11.3.5 Percolation -- 11.4 LEED on Single Crystal Faces -- 11.4.1 Measurement of Exponents -- 11.4.2 Surface Defects -- 11.5 Case Study:
0/Ni{111} -- 11.6 Conclusions and Exhortations -- References -- 12. Structural Defects in Surfaces and Overlayers -- 12.1 Introduction -- 12.2 The Effect of Defects on the Intensity Distribution in Reciprocal Space -- 12.3 Surface
Defect Studies Using Low-Energy Electron Diffraction -- 12.4 Surface Defect Studies by Alternative Diffraction Techniques -- 12.5 Summary -- References -- 13. Some Theoretical Aspects of Metal Clusters, Surfaces, and Chemisorption --
13.1 Intrinsic Properties of Metal Clusters -- 13.1.1 Cluster Density of States -- 13.1.2 Cluster Magnetism -- 13.2 The Interaction of CO with Cu Clusters -- 13.2.1 Cu9C0 Calculations -- 13.2.2 Discussion of Core Level Spectra --
References -- 14. The Inelastic Scattering of Low-Energy Electrons by Surface Excitations Basic Mechanisms -- 14.1 Introduction -- 14.2 Small-Angle Dipole Scattering -- 14.3 Inelastic Electron Scattering from Surfaces with Large
Deflection Angles The Scattering by Dipole-Inactive Surface Vibrations -- References -- 15. Electronic Aspects of Adsorption Rates -- 15.1 Introduction -- 15.2 The Energy Distribution Function -- 15.3 Derivation of a Boson Formalism --
15.4 General Features of the Energy Distribution Function -- 15.5 Stochastic Description of the Sticking Process -- 15.6 Quantum-Mechanical Treatment of the Adsorbate Motion -- 15.7 Summary -- Appendix A -- References -- 16. Thermal
Desorption -- 16.1 Introduction -- 16.2 Critical Examination of the Usual Procedures -- 16.2.1 Short Description -- 16.2.2 Critique -- 16.3 Experimental Difficulties and Advances -- 16.4 Some Results and Discussion -- 16.5 Conclusions
-- References -- 17. Field Desorption and Photon-Induced Field Desorption -- 17.1 Introduction -- 17.2 Field Desorption and Thermal Desorption -- 17.3 Investigations in the Field Ion Microscope -- 17.4 Surface Reactions Investigated by
Field Pulse Techniques and Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry -- 17.5 Field Ion Appearance Spectroscopy -- 17.6 Electron-Stimulated Field Desorption -- 17.7 Photon-Induced Field Desorption -- 17.7.1 Instrumental Development -- 17.7.2
Electronic Excitation of Adparticles -- 17.7.3 Thermal Activation of Adparticles -- 17.7.4 Surface Diffusion -- 17.7.5 Formation of Complex Ions and Cluster Ions -- 17.8 Summary -- References -- 18. Segregation and Ordering at Alloy
Surfaces Studied by Low-Energy Ion Scattering -- 18.1 Introduction -- 18.2 Principles of Surface Segregation -- 18.2.1 General Remarks -- 18.2.2 Regular Solution Theory -- 18.2.3 Influence of Atom Size Difference -- 18.2.4 Miedema’s
Model -- 18.2.5 Bulk-Phase Diagram Rule -- 18.2.6 Long-Range Order and Segregation -- 18.3 Surface Composition Analysis -- 18.3.1 Low-Energy Ion Scattering -- 18.4 Experimental Results — LEIS -- 18.4.1 Polycrystalline Alloy Surfaces --
18.4.2 Single Crystal Surfaces -- 18.5 Conclusions -- References -- 19. The Effects of Internal Surface Chemistry on Metallurgical Properties -- 19.1 Introduction -- 19.2 Segregation to Solid-Solid Interfaces -- 19.2.1 Grain Boundaries
-- 19.2.2 Particle-Matrix Interfaces -- 19.2.3 Comparison with Surface Segregation -- 19.3 Applications -- 19.3.1 Temper Embrittlement of Steels -- 19.3.2 Ductile Fracture -- 19.3.3 Sensitization of Austenitic Stainless Steels --
19.3.4 Grain Growth -- 19.4 Summary -- References
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Title:Environmental Pollutants Detection and Measurement
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Date:1978
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Note:10.1007/978-1-4613-4033-1
Contents:Welcoming Remarks -- Welcome from the Department of Radiation Biology and Biophysics -- Session I: Specification of Analytical Problems -- Air Pollutant Monitoring: Or How to Improve on an Ouija Board -- The Strategy for Cleaning Up
Our Waters -- European Aspects of Environmental Research and Legislation -- The Whole Animal as an Assay System -- Session II: More Familiar Principles -- Analysis of Atmospheric Pollutants of Possible Importance in Human
Carcinogenesis -- Ion-Selective Electrodes -- Ultratrace Metals Analysis by Electrothermal Atomization Atomic Absorption — Present Technology and Potential Developments -- Tanker Tragedies: Identifying the Source and Determining the
Fate of Petroleum in the Marine Environment -- Water Pollution Studies Using Raman Spectroscopy -- Session III: Methods for Field Use -- Passive Sampling of Ambient and Work Place Atmospheres by Means of Gas Permeation -- The
Continuous Measurement of Sulfur-Containing Aerosols by Flame Photometry: A Laboratory Study -- Tunable Diode Laser Detection of Air Pollutants -- An Evaluation of Lasers for Ambient Air Pollution Measurement -- Session IV: High
Spatial Resolution Microprobe Methods -- Methods of Microprobe Analysis -- Analytical Transmission Electron Microscopy and its Application in Environmental Science -- Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy: A New Microanalytical Tecnique?
-- Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry for Particulate Analysis -- Surface Chemical Analysis of Particles by Auger Electron Spectroscopy and ESCA -- Session V: Physical Analytical Methods -- Size Measurement of Airborne Particulates by
Time-of-Flight Spectroscopy -- Continuous Mass Spectrometric Analysis of Environmental Pollutants Using Surface Ionization -- Observation of the Raman Effect from Small Single Particles: Its Use in the Chemical Identification of
Airborne Particulates -- X-Ray Analysis of Environmental Pollutants -- Modern Techniques of Activation Analysis for the Measurement of Environmental Trace Metals -- Participants
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Title:An introduction to time-of-flight secondary ion mass spectrometry (ToF-SIMS) and its application to materials science
Author(s): Sarah Fearn
Date:2015
Publisher:Morgan & Claypool Publishers
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Contents:Preface -- Author biography -- 1. Introduction -- 1.1. Overview -- 1.2. Basic principles -- 2. Practical requirements -- 2.1. Ion generation -- 2.2. Primary and sputter ion beam sources -- 2.3. Mass analysis -- 2.4. Ion detection -- 2.5. Ultra high vacuum -- 3. Modes of analysis -- 3.1. High-resolution mass spectra -- 3.2. Depth profiling -- 4. Ion beam-target interactions -- 4.1. Ion beam induced atomic mixing -- 4.2. Beam induced surface roughening and uneven etching -- 4.3. Beam induced segregati on -- 4.4. Other beam induced effects -- 4.5. Depth profiling with cluster ion beams -- 5. Application to materials science -- 5.1. Biomaterials and tissue studies -- 5.2. Glass corrosion -- 5.3. Ceramic oxides -- 5.4. Semiconductor analysis -- 5.5. Organ ic electronics -- 6. Summary.
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