A Handbook of Derivatives for Mass Spectrometry

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Authors: Vladimir Zaikin and John Halket

Chemical derivatisation of functional groups has proved popular since the beginning of organic mass spectrometry as a means to enhance the stability and volatility of the analytes as well as facilitating structure elucidation. This book provides comprehensive information on the wide range of derivatisation methods. Each chapter looks at a particular area of derivatisation and includes extensive references to the literature for further research where necessary. There are nearly 1800 references, which, as well as full bibliographic information, include chapter/paper titles where appropriate and Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs) to allow easy retrieval of the online version of the referenced publication. The emergence of atmospheric pressure ionisation and other soft ionisation techniques has not diminished the interest is such chemical techniques, as witnessed by the many chemical tags used in quantitative proteomics (Chapter 9). The last two chapters, a substantial part of the book, deal with derivatisation for use with soft ionisation of both small and large molecules.

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Authors: Vladimir Zaikin and John Halket

Chemical derivatisation of functional groups has proved popular since the beginning of organic mass spectrometry as a means to enhance the stability and volatility of the analytes as well as facilitating structure elucidation. This book provides comprehensive information on the wide range of derivatisation methods. Each chapter looks at a particular area of derivatisation and includes extensive references to the literature for further research where necessary. There are nearly 1800 references, which, as well as full bibliographic information, include chapter/paper titles where appropriate and Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs) to allow easy retrieval of the online version of the referenced publication. The emergence of atmospheric pressure ionisation and other soft ionisation techniques has not diminished the interest is such chemical techniques, as witnessed by the many chemical tags used in quantitative proteomics (Chapter 9). The last two chapters, a substantial part of the book, deal with derivatisation for use with soft ionisation of both small and large molecules.

  • Preface/Introduction
  • Ch.1: Silylation
  • Ch.2: Acylation
  • Ch.3: Alkylation (arylation)
  • Ch.4: Formation of cyclic derivatives
  • Ch.5: Specific derivatisation of monofunctional compounds
  • Ch.6: Formation of mixed derivatives of polyfunctional compounds
  • Ch.7: On-line derivatisation/degradation
  • Ch.8: Soft ionisation mass spectrometry of small mlecules
  • Ch.9:”Soft” ionisation mass spectrometry of large molecules
  • Appendix
  • Index

Professor John M. Halket is a visiting professor at King’s College London in the department of Forensic Science and Drug Monitoring. His research interests are Development and application of chromatographic and mass spectrometric methods in the biosciences, particularly drug analysis, metabolic profiling and proteomics. Contractor to pharmaceutical companies, UK Food Standards Agency, NHS (Consultant Clinical Scientist) and NIST (USA).

Professor Vladimir G. Zaikinis head of Laboratory at A.V. Topchiev Institute of Petrochemical Synthesis in Moscow. His research activities have focused on mass spectrometry, as reflected in nearly 300 publications.

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      1000 g
    • SKU
      978-1901019094
  • Authors
    Vladimir Zaikin and John Halket
  • Binding
    Hardback
  • Pages
    513
  • Weight (g)
    1000
  • ISBN-13
    978-1-901019-09-4

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