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Mass Spectrometry Books

A History of European Mass SpectrometryA History of European Mass Spectrometry, Edited by Keith R. Jennings, provides a fascinating insight into the origins of mass spectrometry and its subsequent development in Europe. For those who do not remember a mass spectrometer the size of five full-size billiards tables, this book may come as a shock!

A Handbook of Derivatives for Mass SpectrometryA Handbook of Derivatives for Mass Spectrometry by Vladimir Zaikin and John Halket. This comprehensive book, covering all aspects of the extremely powerful technique of derivatisation is now published.

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