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A Bibliography of Combined Liquid
Chromatography Mass Spectrometry
Charles G. Edmonds, James A. McCloskey’f and Valerie A. Edmonds
Departments of Medicinal Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah 84112, USA
A compilation of references to the development and application of the dynamic combination of liquid
chromatography and mass spectrometry is presented. Additionally, author and subject indices have been
compiled.
INTRODUCTION
The development of directly combined liquid
chromatography/mass spectrometry (LC/MS) has been
a topic of substantial interest and increasing importance
over the past several years. The successful union of high
performance liquid chromatography and mass spectrometry in its various instrumental and computerassisted configurations will ultimately provide an instrumental tool of great utility, representing one of mass
spectrometry’s most important contributions to analytical sciences. Although the technical problems associated
with development of a practical interface for LC/MS
are considerably more complex than those associated
with the analogous development of combined gas
chromatography/mass spectrometry (GC/MS) 1 5 years
ago, several practical devices are now commercially
available, and interest continues high in the further
development of new interface principles and devices.
Within this setting, a considerable number of practical
applications of EC/MS have emerged, mainly in the
biomedical and environmental sciences. We have,
therefore, considered this an appropriate time to
present a comprehensive bibliography covering LC/MS
instrumentation, applications, and related topics. The
arrangement of entries and of the indices permits the
reader to chronologically follow development of the
field and to locate applications of specific interest.
METHODS
The collection and selection of references presented are
the result of our own bibliographic search and the use
of the conventional abstracting and current awareness
publications in their printed and macFine accessible
forms, particularly Chemical Abstracts, Science Cita tion Index,2 Mass Spectrometry Bulletin3 and the
recently inaugurated fiquid Chromatography Mass
Spectrometry Abstracts. Liquid chromatography mass
spectrometry is defined as the on-line, dynamic combination of the two instruments. The use of liquid
chromatography in its diverse forms for the analysis and
preparation of materials for subsequent off -line analysis
by mass spectrometric methods is specifically excluded.
i.Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.
The direct examination of thin-layer chromatographic
material by mass spectrometric means without intermediate manipulations is included as an allied topic.
Within these bounds, an attempt has been made to
comprehensively present the area of combined LC/MS
from its nascence, in the work of McLafferty and COworkers and of the Tal’roze group in the USSR up to
the end of 1982, For the most recently published
material, particularly for late 1982, constraints of time
must leave our coverage partial. A selection of references not dealing with instrumental developments or
their application, but with related aspects of physics or
mass spectrometry are also included. Among these are
several papers dealing with the diverse forms of desorption ionization from which the most innovative and
exciting developments in interface principles have
recently sprung. LC/MS has been extensively and
frequently reviewed; these citations are included as well
as references to review papers in which combined liquid
chromatography/mass spectrometry are included as a
subsidiary topic. Patents for interface devices and principles are also compiled. Contributions to symposia and
meetings without formal published proceedings have
generally not been included. Exceptions are the Annual
Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics
of the American Society for Mass Spectrometry, meetings of the American Chemical Society, and the
American Oil Chemists Society, whose abstracts are
broadly available. Additionally, contributed papers to
the Ninth International Mass Spectrometry Conference,
Vienna, Austria 30 A u g u s t 3 September 1982 are
included, as these have been published in the International Journal of Mass Spectrometry and Ion Physics
in January 1983.
ARRANGEMENT OF THE BIBLIOGRAPHY
The format of this bibliography is modeled o n the admirable examples of Klein and K l e h 5 References are
arranged in two dimensions: first, by year of publication;
and second, by author. Each reference is assigned a
coden constructed in the following manner.
81MC59 81 =year of publication (e.g. 1981);
MC = first two letters of the author’s surname;
5 = last digit of volume number;
9 = last digit of initial page.
CCC-0306-042X/83/0004-0237
@ Wiley Heyden Ltd, 1983
$02.50
BIOMEDICAL MASS SPECTROMETRY, VOL. 10, NO. 4, 1983 237
C. G. EDMONDS, J. A. McCLOSKE'J A N D V. A. EDMONDS
In the arrangements of codens in a sequential order,
the last two digits do not necessarily follow in numerical
order because they are generated by a random process,
i.e. terminal digits of volume and page numbers. In a
few isolated examples, a complete coincidence in codens
occurs: These are differentiated by a third digit corresponding t o the last digit of the final page of the article.
When a reference appeared in a symposiurp for which
no editor is listed, or when the reference is a patent,
the coden becomes:
For articles or chapters in edited books or symposium
proceedings:
81MC6' where 6 = last digit of first page
or patent number;
' =unspecified editor Of a non-journal
article or patent.
This work was supported by the National Institutes of Health ( G M
21584, RR 05738). We wish to gratefully acknowledge the expert
technical assistance of Mr M. F. Scott with computer hardware and
software and the personnel of the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences
Library, University of Utah.
81 MC7ED' where 7 = last digit of first page;
ED = first two letters of first editor's
name;
' = non-journal article, i.e., book.
Asknowledgment
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77BL8
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77DA54
FRACTIONATION OF COAL LIQUIDS BY HPLC
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77GA5 1
APPLICATIONS OF MASS SPECTRAL MTHODS IN STUDIES OF DRUGS AND
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77HE7
THE APPLICATION OF LC/MS/COM TO THE SEPARATION AN0
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Presented a t 2 5 t h Ann.
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77H033
DEVELOPMENT AND USE OF BIOANALYTICAL SYSTEMS BASED ON MASS
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77MC6'
APPLICATIONS OF CROSSED-BEAM LC-MS TO INVOLATILE BIOLOGICAL
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77MC56
APPLICATIONS
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BRADFORD, D.E.
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CHROMATOGRAPHY/MASS
L lQUl0
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BRADFORD.
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W.H.
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June 3,
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and
1977.
77MC87'
LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPH/MASS
SPECTROMETER
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7 8AR6
ENRICHMNT OF THE SAMPLE MROUGH A DIRECT L IQUlD INLET (DL 1 )
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May 28
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CROSSED-BEAM
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78BR7 1
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THE MASS SPECTROMETER AS A DETECTOR FOR HIGH-PRESSURE LIQUID
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MASS SPECTROMETRIC STUDIES OF PEPTIDES.
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APPLICATION OF HPLC/POSITIVE-NEGATIVE CI/MS TO THE A N A L Y M OF
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COMBINED L IQUlD CHROMATOGRAPHY-MASS
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78GA5RE'
SCOPE OF HPLC-MS AND OF SOFT IONIZATION MS I N QUANTITATION.
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SOME APPLICATIONS OF NEWER MASS SPECTRAL TECHNIQUES I N M E
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78HEO'
CONTINUOUS FClNlTORlh'G OF TOTAL LC ELUANT P,Y DIRECT INJECTION
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78HE07
DRUG
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COMBINATION OF L IQIJlCl CHROMATOGRAPHY AND MASS SPECTROMETRY.
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LASFR-CNHANCED IONIZATION OF LOW VOLATILITY
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APPLICATIONS OF CROSSED-BEAM LC-MS TO INVOLATILE BIOLOGICAL
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78MC4'
MIXTURE ANALYSIS USING COLLISION INDUCED DISSOCIATION OF MASS
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APPLICATIONS
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78M14'
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78RA03
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ANALYZING A LIQUID SAMPLE USING A LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPH AND A
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MLERA.
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A NEW LC/MS SYSTEM.
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78ST52
ELECTROHYDRODYNAMIC
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BIOCHEMICAL MATERIALS.
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78ST20
MASS SPECTROMETRY OF SOLVATED IONS GENERATED DIRECTLY FROM THE
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DEVELOPMENT
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78TA09
ON-LILIE COUPLING OF A MICRO LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPH AND MASS
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ROUND TABLE ON HIGH-PRESSURE
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AN LC/MS INTERFACE.
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L IQUlD CHROMATOGRAPHY/MASS SPECTROMETRIC METHODS OF ANALYSIS
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79AR1KL 1
ON-LINE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY
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OPTIMIZATION OF THE INSTRUMNTAL PARAMETERS OF A COMBINED
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LC/MS USING CONTINUOUS
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79DE8'
AN HPLC-MS STUDY OF SON POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS,
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ANALYSIS OF INOlV IDUAL WLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYLS ( P a s ) AND
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79EV59
MASS SECTROETRY AND
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79EV64
ELECTRON IMPACT, CHEMICAL IONIZATION AN0 FIELD DESORPTION MASS
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D.E.
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U.S.A.
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79GA6'
THE INTERFACE OF OESORPTION CHEMICAL IONIZATION (DCI) IN MASS
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D.E.
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79HA26
DEVELOPMENT OF GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY (GC)-PLASMA CHROMATOGRAPHY
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79H151
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HIGH EFFICIENCY RADIALLY COMPRESSED LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY/MASS
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IS I T THE ANSWER? D. HILKER. P.P.
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79H146
THE APPLICATION OF A NEW SAMPLING TECHNIQUE USING AN ATOMIZER
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79KA14
ON-LINE
REVERSE0
PHASE
LIQUID
CHROMATOGRAPHY-MASS
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7 9KA6
AN ON-LINE SEGKNTEO FLOW LC/MS COliBINATION.
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79KE1
LC/MS ANALYSIS OF THERMALLY LABILE COMPOUNDS:
LSD
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LASER-ENHANCED IONIZATION OF INVCCATILE SAMPLES IN SOLUTION.
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E.R.
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DIRECT MEASUREMENT OF MASS FRAGMENTOGRAMS FOR ELUENTS FROM A
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81 FO20
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GAES,
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1981.
A b s t r a c t RAbDA 6, p.476-477.
81 &A31
STUDIES OF COMBINED LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY-MASS SECTROETRY
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THE USE OF AN INDUCTIVELY COUPLED PLASMA AS AN ION SOURCE FOR
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LASER IONIZATION MASS SPECTROMETRY OF NONVCLATILE MOLECULES.
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81HE4'
THE CONSTRUCTION AND USE OF A NEW DLI MICRO LC/MS DIAPHRAM
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CONTINUOUS MINITORING OF TOTAL MICRO LC ELUANT BY DIRECT
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MICRO LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY/MASS SPECTROMETRY DIAPHRAM PROBE
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ROUTINE DIRECT LIQUID INTRODUCTION LC/MS APPtIED TO DRUG
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MASS SPECTROMETRIC ANALYSIS OF SOLUTIONS WITH AN INDUCTIVELY
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THE USE OF COMBINED H I G H PERFORMANCE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY
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INTENSE MOLECULAR IONS FROM LAGILE AND POLPR COMPOUNDS BY ION
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MEWOO AND APPARATUS FOR THE ANALYSIS OF CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS I N
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L IQUlD CHROMATOGRAPH-MASS SPECTFIMTEK.
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81 KE56
UTILIZATION OF DIRECT LIQUID INLET LC/MS IN STUDIES OF
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RAPID
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APPLICATION OF DIRECT COUPL ING OF L l Q U l 0 PHASE CHROMATOGRAPHY
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-
'
87Illl7'
._.
__
A STUDY OF SENSITIVITY V S ION SOURCE TEMPERATURE FOR DIRECT
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INTRODUCTION LC-MS.
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82EC2
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82EC82
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82FE33
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82GA02
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82GA27
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82GA95
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82H I4
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MASS SPECTRA OF POLAR ORGANIC COMPOUNDS IN AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS
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82JE3
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82JU76
MASS
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PLASVA
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82KA43
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82KE6'
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82KE5'
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82K I25
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82KR19
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82LA6'
ti ICH
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82LE2'
ON LlFlE COUPLING OF A MICRO LlCUlC CHROMATOGRAPH AND A MASS
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82L05'
SAMPLE DETECT ION USING L I Q U l D CHROMATOGRAPH/!IASS SPECTROMETER
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82 MA67
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PERFORMANCE
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ASSESSMNT OF A MOVING BELT TYPE HPLC-MS INTERFACE WITH
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3, 1982. Abstr.16/19.
82 SM14
SUPERCRITICAL FLUID CHROMATOGRAPHY-MASS SPECTROMTRY.
R.D.
SMITH AND J.
FJELDSTED.
Presented a t 9 t h Int.
Conf.
on
Mass Spectrom.,
Vienna,
Austrla.
Aug.30Sept.
3,
1982.
Abstr.2/14.
82 sM4
CAPILLARY COLUMN SUPERCRITICAL
FLUID
CHROMATOGRAPHY-MASS
SECTROETRY.
R.D.
SMITH,
J.
FJELDSTED AND M.
LEE.
Presented a t 3 0 t h Ann.
Conf.
on Mass S p e c t r m .
and A l I l e d
-
-
'
'
248
BIOMEDICAL MASS SPECTROMETRY, VOL. 10, NO. 4, 1983
Toplcs,
Honolulu,
HI.
June 6-11,
1982.
A b s t r a c t M)F 3,
p.84-85.
82SM43
FLU ID
CHROMATOGRAPHY/MASS
CAP ILL ARY COLUMN SUERCR IT ICAL
SECTROETRY.
R.D.
SMITH, WD
..
FELIX, J.C.
FJELDSTED AND
M.L.
LEE.
Anal.
Chem.
54, 1883-1885. 1982.
82SM1
DIRECT FLUID INJECTION INTERFACE FOR CAPILLARY SUPERCRITICAL
FLUID CHROMATOGRAPHY-MASS SPECTROMETRY.
R.D.
SMITH, J.C.
J.
Chrmatogr.
247, 231-243, 1982.
FJELDSTED AND M.L.
LEE.
82 ST5
SECONDARY ION MASS SPECTROMETRY OF FROZEN
SOLUTION
OF
D.
STULIK,
R.G.
O R R AND J.
MICHL.
INORGANIC SALTS.
Presented a t 3 0 t h Ann. Conf. on Mass Spedrom.
and A l I l e d
June 6-11, 1982. Abstract, p.695.
Topics, Honolulu, HI.
azsuig
L IPIOS:
L I Q U l D CHROMATOGRAPHY-PASS SPECTROMTRY OF POLAR
COMPARISON OF ON-LINE MTHOD USING DIRECT LlQUlC INTRODUCTION
INTERFACE WITH OFF-LINE MTHOD USING
DESORKION/CHEMICAL
IONIZATION.
F.R.
SUGNAUX AND C.
DJERASSI. J. C h r m a t o g r .
251, 189-201, 1982.
82TA5 1
DIRECT COUPLING OF AN ULTRA-MICRO HIGH PERFORMANCE LIQUID
T.
TAKEUCHI, 0.
CHROMATOGRAPH AND A MASS SPECTROMETER.
SAlTO AN0 T.
WKI.
J.
High Res.
Chromatogr.
ISHII, A.
Chromatogr.
Cmmun.
5, 91-92, 1982.
82TAO'
A STUDY ON TECHNICLIES FOR MICRO-HRC/MS.
T.
TAKEUCHI.
K.
ISHII.
Presented a t 3 0 t h Ann.
Conf. on
MATSUOKA AND 0.
Mass Spectrom.
and A l l l e d Toplcs, Honolulu, HI.
June 6-11,
1982. A b s t r a c t MPA 13, p.120-121.
82TH9'
ION EVAWRATION/MASS SPECTROMTRY
OF
LABILE
COMPOUNDS:
ANALYSIS BY MS/MS AND LC/MS.
B.A.
THOMSON, J.V.
IRIBARNE
AND P.J.
DZIEDZIC.
Presented a t 3 0 t h Ann.
Conf.
on Mass
June 6-11, 1982.
Spectrom.
and A l l l e d Toplcs, Honolulu, HI.
A b s t r a c t ROC 2 , p.599-600.
82TH49
L IQU ID ION EVAPORATION/MASS SPECTROMTRY/MASS SPECTROMETRY FOR
THE DETECTION OF POLAR AND LABILE LQLECULES. B.A.
THOMSON,
J.V.
IRIBARNE AND P.J.
DZIEDZIC.
Anal.
Chem.
54,
2219-2224, 1982.
82TS5
APPLICATION OF LIQUID IONIZATION
MASS
SPECTRDMTRY TO
TSUCHIYA, T.
TAIRA, M.
MAEDA AND
INVOLATILE COMPOUNDS. M.
T.
NONAKA. Presented a t 9 t h Int.
Conf.
on Mass Spectrom.,
Aug.30-Sept.3,
1982. Abstr.5/5.
Vienna, A u s t r ia.
82TS05
DESORPTION BY ELECTRIC FIELD OBSERVED I N LIQUIO IONIZATION
MASS SPECTROMETRY. M.
TSUCHIYA, T.
NONAKA, T.
TAIRA AND S.
TANAKA.
Mass Spectrom. 30, 95-97, 1982.
82TS6'
LIQUID IONIZATION FIELD DESORKION MASS SPECTROMlRY-EFFECT OF
M.
TSUCHIYA, T.
NONAKA
ELECTRIC FIELD ON A SAMRE PROBE.
AND T.
TAIRA.
Presented a t 3 0 t h Ann.
Conf.
on Mass
Spectrm.
and A l l l e d Toplcs. Honolulu, H I June 6-11, 1982.
A b s t r a c t WW 6, p.536-537.
82TS73
ADVANCES OF IONIZATION MTHODS I N ORGANIC MASS SECTROMTRY.
S.
TSUGE, K.
MATSUM)TO, H.
HIRATA. Kagaku 37, 243-246,
1982.
82TS1 1
APPLICATION OF DIRECTLY COUPLED LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPH-MASS
A
NEW
VACUUM NEBUL IZlNG INTERFACE
SACTROMETER
USING
INCORPORATED WITH A COOLING JACKET TO THE ANALYSIS OF NON
VCCATILE AND/OR THERMALLY UNSTABLE COMPOUNDS.
S.
TSUGE K.
HIRATA. Presented
MATSUMITO, H.
YOSHIDA AND K. WTA AND Y.
a t 30th Ann.
Conf.
on Mass Spectrom.
and A l l l e d Toplcs,
Honolulu, H I .
June 6-11, 1982. A b s t r a c t ROC 3, p.601-602.
82VE9'
SPECULATIONS ON THE MCHANISM OF THERWSFRAY AND OTHER SOFT
IONiZATlON TECHNIQUES. M.L.
VESTAL.
Presented a t 3 0 t h Ann.
Conf.
on Mass S p e d r m .
and A l l i e d Topics,
Honolulu, HI.
June 6-11, 1982. A b s t r a c t M30 8, p.59.
82VE8'
STUDIES OF IONIZATION KCHANISMS INVOLVED I N THERMOSFRAY
LC-MS.
M.L.
VESTAL. Presented a t 9 t h I n t .
Conf.
on Mass
Spectrom., Vienna, A u s t r l a .
Aug.30-Sept.3,
1982. Abstr.2/8.
82VO6'
APPROACHES TO ON-LINE ION-PAIR EXTRACTION AND DERIVATIZATION
FOR H IGH-PERFORMANCE L IQU ID CHROMATOGRAPHY-IWS SPECTROMTRY.
P.
VWROS. E.P.
LANKMAYR, M.J.
HAYES, B.L.
KARGER AND J.M.
on Mass S p e c t r m .
McGUIRE.
Presented a t 3 0 t h Ann.
Conf.
June 6-11, 1982.
Abstract,
and A l l l e d Topics, Honolulu, HI.
p.616.
82V015
NEW
APPROACHES
TO
ON-LINE
ION-PAIR
EXTRACTION
AND
OERlVATlZATlON FOR HIGH PERFORMANCE L IQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY-VASS
SPECTROMETRY. P.
VWROS, E.P.
LANKMAYP, M.J.
HAYES, B.L.
KARGER, J.M.
McGUIRE.
J.
C h r m a t o g r . 251, 175-188, 1982.
82V045
ANALYSIS OF W E CHEMICAL IONIZATION REAGENT PLASMA PRODUCED I N
LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY/MASS SPECTROMETRY BY DIRECT L IQUID
INTRODUCTION MASS
SECTROETRY/MASS
SECTROMTRY.
R.D.
VOYKSNER,
J.R.
HASS AN0 M.M.
RURSEY. Anal.
Chem. 54,
2465-247(!, 1982.
A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF COMBINED LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY MASS SPECTROMETRY
82V043
EFFECTS OF PRESSURE, TEMPERATURE, AND SOLVENT COMPOSITION IN
ANALYSIS
BY
DIRECT
LlQUlC
INTRODUCTION
LIQUID
CHROMATOGRAPHY/NASS SPECTROMETRY.
R.D.
VOYKSNER,
C.E.
PARKER,
J.R.
HASS AND M.M.
BURSEY.
Anal.
Chem. 54.
2583-2586, 1982.
_.
BZ \'UZ '
A
MICRO
COMPUTER
CONTROLLED TANDEM
QUADRUWLE MASS
SPECTROMETER
USING A DIRECT LIQUID Ih'SERTION PROBE FOR
SCREENlh'G ANALYSIS.
R.D.
VOYKSNER.
J.R.
HASS,
M.
M.
WRSEY. Presented a t 3 0 t h Ann. Conf.
on Mass Spectrm.
and
A l l i e d Toplcs, Honolulu, HI.
June 6-11, 1982.
A b s t r a c t FOD
8 ._.
p.802-803.
DETERMINATION OF ALDICARB RkSIDUES IN WATER BY COMBINED HIGH
L.H.
PERFORMANCE L IQU I C CHROMATOGRAPHY-VASS SECTROETRY.
Rull.
Fnvlron.
WRIGHT, M.D.
JACKSCN AND R.G.
LEWIS.
Contam. T o x l c o l .
28. 740-747, 1982.
fl7YFR
-,--
I
PERFORMANE
CHARACTERISTICS OF
THE
THERKXPRAY
LCMS
INTERFACE.
A.L.
YERGAY,
M.L.
VESTAL, C.R.
BLA~LEY;
Presented a t 3 0 t h Ann.
Conf.
on Mass S p e c t r m .
and A l I l e d
Topics,
Honolulu, HI.
June 6-11,
1982. A b s t r a c t WA 12,
p. 118-1 19.
82Y19'
FORENSIC APRICATIONS OF LCMS.
J. YINON.
Presented a t 9 t h
Int.
Conf.
on
Mass
SDedran..
Vienna.
Austrla.
Aug.30-Sept.3,
1982. Abstr. 15/59.
82'1141
HIGH-PRESSURE WSS SRCTROMTRY OF S O M L G M S LIQUID REAGmTS.
J.
YINON AND A.
COHEN.
Presented a t 3 0 t h Ann.
bnf.
on
Mass Spectrom.
and A l l l e d Toplcs, Honolulu, HI.
June 6-11,
1982. A b s t r a c t ROC 10, p.614-615.
8ZY014
IMPROVEMENT OF VACUUM NEBULIZING INTERFACE FOR DiRECT COUPLING
MICROL IQUID CHROMATOGRAPH WITH MASS SRCTROMTER AND S O M
APPLICATIONS TO POLAR NATURAL ORGANIC OOMPOUNDS.
H.
YOSHIDA,
K.
MATSUtQTO, K.
ITW, S.
TSUGE, Y.
HIRATA. K.
MOGHIZUKI,
N.
KOKUBUN PND Y.
YOSHIDA.
Fresenlus' 2.
Anal.
Chem.
311, 674-680, 1982.
__
BLVU>l
AN
ON-LINE
L I Q U l G [email protected]/MASS SP€CTROETER/MASS
HASS.
M.M.
SPECTROMETRY EXPERIFENT.
R.D.
VOYKSNER, J.R.
RLIRSEY.
Anal.
Lett.
15, 1-12, 1982.
82PE91
S.A.
bIICRD COLUMN HIGH PERFORMANCE L I Q U l D CHROMATOGRAPHY.
LANT, B.J.
WOODHALL.
Anal.
WESTWDOD,
D.F.
GAMES, M.S.
Pror.(London) 19, 121-123, 1982.
P2WRO1
COMBINED L I Q U l C CHROMATOGRAPHIC/MASS SPECTROMTRIC ANALYSIS OF
CARBAHATE PESTICIDES.
L.H.
WRIGHT.
J.
Chrcinatogr.
Scl.
20, 1-6, 1982.
82WR80
AUTHOR INDEX
Abldf, S.L.
82AB47
Abrms, J.H.
79WE08
8ORA4'
Ackman, R.G.
Ahuja, S .
80HA02
A k i m o r l , N.
79KU43
A l bershelrn. P.
81 At453
Alcock. N.J.
82AL15
82AL99
82GA4 1
A l d e r w e l d e l d t , F.C.
A l i c e , M.B.
68D016
Allen, J.
81AL24
h a n , P.
81AM53
Anderson, W.R.
Andr 1 a n j a f 1 n t r I no, M.
Arbes, S.J.
81WR85
Arlkawa, Y.
78M14'
Arplno, P.J.
74AR10
75tJC73
76AR61
78AR6'
78DA51
7BLD3'
79ARlKL'
79AR12
79AR59
80AR84
81AR37
82AR96
82AR13
82AR14
82DE7'
820E42
82DE5'
A y l o t t , I.C.
81AY1
Azurna, K.
80YA87
80BU24
Bal I I le. T.A.
Baldwln, M.A. 73AR71
76MC9 1
Barnard, D.
78DY9'
Barth, H.G.
82MA43
Baty, J.D.
79BA9'
82BA91
Beck, WR
..
80ER78
Bennlnghoven. A.
80BE59
Beuhler, R.J. 82BE79
Beydon, P.
81LA5'
B i l l , J.C.
82KE6'
B l a k l e y , C.R. 77BL8'
78BL81
78MC8'
79Mc88
79MC8'
80BLO'
80BL67
80BL26
80BL86
81DV3'
81EO9'
82ED6'
82YE8'
B leumer, J.P.A.
BI l c k e n s d e r f e r , R.P.
80HUO'
Bone, W.M.
828047
Borrnan. S.A.
Bounlne, J.P. 82AR3'
82AR51
82DE7'
Bradford. D.L.
76MC29
77MC7'
7 9MC78
Brophy, J.J.
80BR65
Brulns. A.P.
82BR3'
Brunnee, C.
78BR7'
81BR8'
81 RA5'
82MC33
82AL5'
82 ES8
68D090
82MC33
82ER98
81 LA5
74AR24
77AR9'
78TA79
'
79AR6
82DE13
82AR3'
82AR51
74BA10
8 1 BA90
81 ER64
79BE6'
77MC6'
79BL2'
80BL21
80BL2
81CA6'
82BL7 I
'
81T185
73G12'
82DE13
82DE5
77DA54
7 8MC2 1
81 BRO
'
Burger, J.E.
8OSMO'
80SM97
B u r l Ingane,A.L.
82 BU43
B u r n e t t , N.H. 82RA7'
Burns, P.
79Y04'
Bursey, M.M.
8ZV02'
82V043
82V045
Busch, K.L.
82BU87
Cadlz, M.
82DU2'
Cairns, T.
8ZCA43
Caldwel I, W.B.
Canada, D.C.
82CA4'
Carmody, J. J. 80BL26
80BL67
8OBL2'
81CA6'
81DV3'
74CA3'
C a r r o l l , D.I.
74H093
74H025
76H095
77H033
81CA77
Champlln. P.
79H15'
Chan, K.W.
82CH5'
82CH41
Chapman, J.R. 82CHO'
Chedda, G.B.
81ED9'
Chlzhov, O.S.
80BU.74
Chrlsman. R.
81UN36
Chr I stensen, R.G.
8OCHlRE' 80CH8RE'
81CH31
81WH6'
C I egg,G. A.
7 1CLOl
Cocksedge, M. J.
82Y14'
Cohen. A.
Colby, B.N.
74S151
C o l l n , H.
77AR9'
Cook. K.D.
82CH5'
Cooks, R.G.
81UN36
Corbei I I , L.
82GA4'
Cox, Jr., H.L.
7 ED053
80G I 6 '
Crosby, D.G.
79SK1'
Curry, Z.F.
82CU57
810T66
Daehllng, P.
Daljlma, S.
81DA97
Danlgel, H.
82JU9'
82JU79
82SC85
Dark, WA
..
77DA54
78MC2'
81 AM53
Darv I I I, A.G.
82MC33
Date, A.R.
81GR62
Dawkins, B.G. 74AR24
75MC73
780A87
78DA51
78LD3'
Dawson, P.A.
82HE41
Dedleu, M.
82AR3'
82DE42
82DE7'
82AR51
Delgmann, L. 81BRO'
82BU43
D e l l , A.
Del Ibrugge, J.
8 1 SM33
80EU24
8OM189
82V051
82CA46
81TW8'
8OBLO'
8OBL2 1
74CA66
75CA79
78H003
82CH4 1
79CHO'
80HE08
82CH7
'
82GA95
74C065
82CH41
82BU87
82AL99
72G16'
'
80SK88
82JU76
78DA69
7 5MC36
78OA9TS
82DE13
82DE5'
82JU79
Denney, D.W.
73KA63
79DE8'
Deroos, F.L.
D e r r i c k . P.J. 8081124
79AR59
Devant, G.
81AR37
82DE7'
82ES8
82KR19
82DE03
D l e d e r l k , H.
82018'
Dielmann, G.
79GA6'
81BRO'
81015'
Dlxon, D.J.
DJerassl, C.
81SU7'
Oobberstel n, P.
Dodd, E.R.
53D043
Dole, M.
68D016
70MA27
71CL01
73612'
75D04'
81 NA7 1
Dcose, G.M.
82CA43
Orenth, B.
82BR3'
80ST87
Dubay, G.R.
Dumasal, M.C. 81H088
Dutta, S.P.
81EO9'
Dvorln. E.
81DV3'
81DV3'
Dyckes, D.
Dyrnersk I, P. P.
79H15'
79DY95
74H025
D z l d l c . I.
74CA3'
74CA66
76W95
77HO33
81CA77
D z l e d l c . P.
81 IR9'
82TH49
79GA7'
Eckers. C.
80GA8'
8OGA17
81EC79
82AL15
82EC92
82GM'
WHET
82EC93
82EC82
Edgerton, T.R.
8 1KR85
Edmonds, C.G. 8lED9'
82 ED6 1
80EG23
Egl Inton, G.
79Mc78
80BE59
Eicke, A.
E l l Is, S.R.
74LC67
Erdahl, W.L.
77ER27
80PR11
80ER78
81 ER64
82ER98
Ernl, F.
80KE83
82ER11
82ES8'
Esmans, E.L.
Evans, Jr.,
C.A.
74C065
78ST52
Evans, F.J.
79EV64
81W140
Evans, N.
82GA95
Evans, S.
79EV59
Farber, A.
81ED9'
81H07'
Fassel, V.A.
'
80RD5
79AR6'
82AR3'
82DE5'
80RA80
820 I 0 3
82SU19
82D05
680090
72G16'
78D053
78DY9'
80DY4
74D093
75CA79
78H003
82TH9'
80EC86
81GA4'
82 EC2 I
82HEO
82GA93
'
79WR2'
7 8MC2
73LD53
81 PR26
81KE56
F e l i x , W.D.
82SM43
Ferguson, L.D.
68D016
F e t t e r o l f , D.D.
Fischer, D.
75Fl5'
F i t e , W.L.
80F16'
82SM4'
F j e l s i e d , J,
82SMl4' 82SM71
Fokkens, R.H. 810T66
79DE8'
F o l t z . R.L.
79KAld
81F020
Foss, G.O.
Franzen, J.
78BR7'
Franzen, L.E. 81AM53
81 FR61
Freer, D. A.
82FRll
F r e l , R.N.
Frledman, L. WEE79
F u t r e l I, J.H. 78U09'
Ganes. D.E.
77GA5'
78GA5RE' 78GA6'
79GA19
79GA6'
80GA8'
80GA7D
80EC86
80RA8O
80GA72
80GA83
8OGA17
81GA31
81GA4'
81GA84
81 EC79
81 WE43
82AL15
82AL5'
82GA95
82GA4'
82Mc6 1
82RB
82SM9'
82GA93
82GA02
82EC93
Ganes, M.P.L.
78GA6'
81 EC79
82AL15
8ZR09'
Garland, WA
..
81GA92
Glddlngs. J.C.
Gieniec, J.
72G16'
789053
7 5D04
Giese, R.W.
81YU89
79SK1'
G l l e s , J.
Goodley, P.C. 82KE5'
Gordetski I, I.G.
68TA28
68TA22
69TA37
81AL24
Gould, R.K.
Gower, J.L.
77GA5'
78GA51
79GA6'
8ORA80
82MC6'
Gray, A.L.
81GR62
Green, B.N.
79BA9'
Greene, F.T.
75GR9'
80GR6 1
81 GRl
Gruetzmacher. H.F.
G r l s h l n , V.O.
70TA8DG'
77AR9'
Gulochon, G.
79AR59
79AR6'
82AR13
820E13
82DE42
820E5'
Gunatl I aka, A.A.L.
Haas, W.E.
82MA34
'
'
'
74S151
78ST20
81 EVE6
82CHO'
82H070
BIOMEDICAL MASS SPECTROMETRY, VOL. 10,
680090
82FE33
82SM43
79KA6'
82MC33
82FU27
78GA51
7 9GA7 1
79EV64
80GA6
80GA73
80GA86
81GA6'
81GA4M3'
82GA27
82EC92
82LA6'
82R093
82WE91
82AL99
80GA8
82GA4
'
'
'
7OG149
73612'
80SK88
6 9TA3 8
68TA5
'
7 8GA5RE
80GA17
76GR2'
82GR4
79AR12
82DE7
82AR51
81SU7'
82MA33
NO. 4, 1983 249
C. G. EDMONDS. J. A. McCLOSKEY AND V. A. EDMONDS
Haddon, WF
..
78HE61
Haegele, K.D. 74H093
74H025
75CA79
76H095
77Ho33
Hajlbrahlm, S.K.
80EG23
78MC2'
79MC78
Haiket, J.M.
80HA84
Haney, C.A.
82PA73
82PA27
82CHO'
Harden, E.
Hardln, E.D.
80HA6'
81HA32
81HA9'
81HA32
82HAO'
82KR19
820E5'
Hardy, M.
Harvan, D.J.
82PA27
82PA75
Haskl ns, N. J. 80GA83
Hass, J.R.
82PA73
82PA27
82VO2'
82V051
82PA75
82V043
82V045
Hass, WE
..
80MA95
81MA33
Hatano, H.
78HA38
79HA26
Hayes, M.J.
82LA3'
82V015
82VD6'
Henlon, J.D.
76HE4'
77HE7'
78TA79
78HE75
78HEO'
78HE07
8OHE3TO' 80HE815
80HE75
80HE81
81HE33
81HE97
81HE8'
81HE4'
8ZHEO'
81V07'
82EC2'
82HE41
82HE1
82PA75
82EC82
82HE99
Hertz, H.S.
79CHO'
80CHlRE'
80HE08
80CH8RE' 81WH6'
81CH31
82CH7'
74SC65
Hess, Jr., J. 74SC95
Hew1 ins. M. J. 82GA02
79KA14
Hldy, B;
79KA6'
81K139
80R05'
80Kl4'
H l l k e r , D.
79H15'
680016
Hines, R.L.
68D090
79H146
78TA09
H l r a t a , Y.
79TS16
79TS87
80TS01
82TS73
82TS1
8ZYO14
Hlroaka, K.
79TS4'
80H 127
H i r s c h f e l d , T.
80GA17
H l r t e r . P.
79GA7'
81 GA31
H i t a c h i Ltd.
82H14'
Hoffman, P.A.
78L03'
82LUO2
Hoffmann, J.J.
Hornlng, E.C. 74CA3'
74CA66
74H093
74H025
75CA79
78H003
76H095
77H033
81CA77
74CA3'
Hornlng, M.G.
74H093
74H025
74CA66
76H095
Houghton, E.
81H088
Houk, R.S.
81H07'
82H05
82H070
Howard, C.C.
80RD5'
Hunt, D.F.
80HUO'
Iida, Y.
81 OK97
81DA97
81 I129
I r l b a r n e , J.V.
76 IR47
8 2 ~1~ 9
81 IR9'
81 IR4'
8271-149
ishli, 0.
82TA51
82TAO'
Itoh, K.
821014
Jackson, M.D. 82WR8O
80RA4
Janleson, W.D.
82RA7'
81RA5'
82WR80
82JA8'
Japan Spectrosc.Co.
81 ER64
i a r v l s , O.E.
BOER78
Jenkins, E.E. 81ED9'
82JE6'
JEOL LTD.
81 JE5'
82JE3'
82JE2'
Johnson, A.L.
81SM39
81SMz'
81SMo7
81SM33
81 SM30
Jones, A.
82GA4'
Jones, C.
81ER64
Jones, P.R.
75J070
J u l n , C.
B2DE13
82DE42
82DE5'
92JU76
82JU9'
Jungclas, H.
82JU79
82SC85
Kambara, H.
82KA43
K m l n s k y . L. 78DY9'
79DY95
Karasek, F.W. 73KA63
Karger, B.L.
79KA6'
79KA14
80KA81
80K I95
80K14'
81K139
81YU89
82LA3 I
82V015
82V06'
68TA28
68TA5 1
Karpov, G.V.
69TA43
69TA38
69TA37
80SK84
Katakuse, I. 8DMA9'
81TS15
Kawabe, K.
'
'
'
'
K e l l e y , P.E.
Kemp, T.R.
Kenndler, E.
Kennedy, M.
Kenyon, C.N.
81KE56
Kirby, D.P.
BOKA81
81K139
Knlght, M.E.
Knoeppel, H.
Knox. J.H.
K n u t t i , R.
Kohl, E.G.
Kokubun, N.
Kolosova, E.V.
Korte, E.
Kozak, V.
K r a l Ik, P.
K r l e n , P.
79AR6'
81MA51
82ES8'
K r i z e k , J.
Kuhnt, W.
81EC79
79KE1'
82KE6'
78KE33
79DY95
80KE83
82KE5'
79KA6'
80K195
82K125
79GAO'
82SC33
8ZKN96
75W73
75F15'
82'1014
80KE8'
79KA14
80K14'
80GA17
79ZA38
82005'
79ZA38
70MA27
78AR6'
BOAR84
81LA5'
82MA67
80BE59
80GA8'
82AL5'
L a i o n t . R.
81MA51
Lanbert, J.G.D.
Lankmayr, E.
82LA3'
82 V06
Lant, M.S.
81GA6'
82GA95
82GA4'
82GA93
82WE91
Lee, M.G.
77GA5'
78GA51
79EV64
Lee, M.L.
82SM43
823171
79EV64
Levsen, K.
8OLE87
82LE2'
82LE39
Lewls, E.
79GA7'
7 9GA6
80GA8 1
80GA73
80GA83
80RA80
81GA31
82GA93
Lewls, I.A.S.
77GA5'
78GA5RE' 78GA51
82WR84
Lewls, R.G.
L i n , S.N.
77HD33
Lo, H.H.
82C05
Lcchmul l e r . C.H.
Cores, E.M.
81WR85
Lory. E.R.
78L03'
BOLO84
BOLO4
Lovlns, R.E.
73L053
82ES8'
Lutyen, Y.
Luzbetak. D.J.
Lysyakov, A.A.
McAdans, M.J.
77MC6'
78MC8'
79BL2'
80MC80
80BL86
McC I oskev, J. A. 81 ED9'
'
'
'
82 ED6
81KE6'
79AR59
elm37
82KR19
81GA31
81LA5'
82D18'
82'4015
82AL15
82LA6'
82Al99
78GA5RE'
82SM4'
81 SC65
7 9GAO *
80EC86
8DGA17
81 EC79
62KE6
'
82MA43
79L02'
81 FC39
74L067
82LU02
820R14
78B181
7 9MC88
'
McCormick, A.
McDowal I , M.A.
8ZGA4'
McEwan, C.N.
McFadden, W.H.
77DA54
77MC56
79MC78
82MC98
McGu 1 re, J. M.
81TH87
80M4 1
82V015
Mack, L.L.
68D090
'
81Mc63
8ZMC6'
78MC4'
77MC7'
78MC2'
79MC72
70MA1
70MA27
McKinney, C.R.
74L067
McLafferty, FW
..
74AR10
74AR24
75MC73
76MC9'
76MC63
78DA51
78LD3'
78DA9TS'
79MC95
8OMC19
80L084
81Mc40
81AM53
McNel I, M.
Maeda. M.
82TS5'
Majors, R.E.
82MA43
Ma1 len, D.N.B.
82EC92
82EC93
80EG23
M a r t i n , E.
Martin. L.E.
BlMAll
Martin, T. I. 80MA95
81 MA33
82MA34
Matsuda, H.
ROMA9'
250 BIOMEDICAL MASS SPECTROMETRY, VOL. 10, NO. 4, 1983
82AL15
82R09'
76MC29
77MC87'
78DA69
80MC87
82 V06
68DD16
73LD53
73BA71
7 5MC36
76AR61
78TA79
79L02 1
BOLO4 1
81 MC39
82MC33
81GA4'
82MA15
80MA84
Matsumoto, K. 82TS73
82Y014
Matsuo, T.
80MA9'
82TAO'
Matsuoka, K.
Mauchanp. 8. 81MA51
82MA67
80EG23
Maxwei I , J.P.
May, W.E.
80CHlRE'
May1 In. G.A.
8DHE75
788R7'
Meter, S.
Meiselman, S. 79CHO'
80CH8RE' 81CH31
78SE5'
Mefera, A.
79 E 3 1
80E87
80KE83
81 KE56
Melion, F.A.
81NE66
Weyer, W.
81BRO'
Meyerhoff. E. 82D05'
Mlchl, J.
810RO'
Mi I 1 1 ngton, D.S.
80M189
78M14'
Mlyagl, H.
76TA91
Miyazaki, H.
Mizuno, T.
80YA87
Mobley, R.C.
680090
Mochizuki, K. BOY036
Moore, L.E.
82CHO'
Pbrgan, D.J.
82GA02
74SC95
Munroe, M.
70G149
Myers, M.N.
N a b i c h v r l s h v l l i, D.S.
Nakajlma, F. 78M14'
8TNA7'
Nakanae, K.
Nearirg, M.E.
81RA5'
80BR65
Nelson. D.
Neukermans, A.
Nibbering, N.M.M.
82N113
N i c o l a i d e s . N.
79MC78
N i s h i s h i t a , T.
82SW'
Noel, S.F.
N c e l l e r . H.G. 80N09'
Nonaka. T.
82TS6'
82TS5'
Novotny, M.
81N034
O e r t l 1, C.U.
77H033
810E14
Oestvold, G.
Ohki, T.
82TA5 1
Ohta, K.
82TS 1 1
Okada. S.
810K97
Okumura, Y.
78TA09
01 Ivares, J.A.
Ordz hon I k Idze, K. G.
Orth, R.G.
78UD9'
82ST5
Osel. Yu.P.
820R14
Oseitwum, E.Y.
Oswald, E.O.
78WR7'
81TS15
Otake, W.
O t t , K.H.
810T66
Oxfwd, J.
81MAl1
Pang, H.
82ED6'
Parker, C.E.
81V07'
82PA27
82PA75
Pesch, R.
82D05'
80BE59
Peters, H.
Petersen, 8.
80K14'
P e t t y , J.D.
80ST87
P h i l Ips. C.R.
79KE11
P h i l I ips, F.O.
Phinney. M.J. 80PH10
Polascheqg, H.D.
Poppe, H.
82P.331
Powel I, MC
..
81GA92
Price, P.C.
80PRO'
77ER27
P r l v e t t , O.S.
80PR11
80ER78
81ER64
82ER9R
PUgh, M.E.
77GA5'
7 8GA51
819128
Qiao, 2.
g u l l Ian. M.A. 8OQU2'
80EG23
Q u l r k e , J.
Ranaley, L.
8DRA4'
Ranend Ik , G. I.
Randal I, L.G. 78RA03
82FU27
82PA7'
Rao, K.R.N.
79GA71
80GA17
Raw. U.
79GA6'
Reeder, 0. J.
80HE08
Renner, G.
80RE2'
80MA27
Rheude, A.
'
82TS1'
81 LA5 1
82HEO'
80CH1RE'
82CH7 1
78FtE77
80MO'
82ST5
79Y04'
68D016
82Y014
74SC65
820R14
80MO'
8 1OT66
78W2'
76N195
82TS05
81 I129
82H05
8201734
81 ORO'
8DQU21
82MA15
82PA73
8ZV043
81K139
82ER98
80N09'
81 PR26
78GA5RE'
81RA5'
80SK84
81PA23
80EC86
80RA80
Rlnehart, K.L.
Roe1 lgen, F.W.
Rcepstorff, P.
R o s s l t e r , M.
77GA5'
78GA6'
78GA51
82GA4.
82AL 1 5
Rothman, L.D. 81UN36
Roy, T.A.
80R05'
Russel I, D.H. 8ZBU43
Ryhage, R.
78RYO'
82R184
81 OT66
82R09'
78GA5RE'
8OEC86
Salto, Y,
81TS15
82TA51
Sakkers, P.J.D.
Schaeffer, K.H.
82LE2'
Schaunburg, H.
Schl Itt, H.
82SC33
Schmid, E.R.
78KE33
82JU9'
Schmldt, L.
82JU79
82Sc85
Schuster, R. 80SC39
Schwartz, H.L.
81 YU89
Scott, C.G.
74SC95
Scott, R.P.W.
74335
74SC65
77SC13
80TS85
Selta, K,
Serum, JW
..
78SE5'
Shabanowltz, J.
Sheen, L.
81NE43
Sichtermann. W.
Slegmund, E.G.
8ZCA46
82L05'
Slegel, M.W.
Slmons, D.S.
74S151
Skinner, R.F. 79KE1 3
81TS2'
82D18'
81 SC65
82 SC33
82JU76
76MC29
74SC65
79SC95'
80HUO I
80 BE59
82CA43
78ST20
79SK1'
80SK88
Skrabal ak, D.
82EC82
Skurat, V.E.
68TA28
69TA37
80SK84
S m l t , A.L.C.
Smlth, R.A.
82 SM9 1
Smith. R.D.
81 SM33
81SM30
82EC2 1
82HEI 1
68TA22
69TA38
70TA80G
68TA55
69TA43
72SK60
81T185
80ST87
BOSMO'
81 SM39
81SMo7
82SM4'
82SM9'
82SM14
82SM71
Smlth, R.W.
82AL15
Smme-Marti n, G.
S t a f l l n g , D.L.
S t l l l w e f l , R.N.
74H093
74CA66
75CA79
76H095
78H003
81CA77
Stlmpson, B.P.
78ST20
78TA79
Story, M.
S t u i i k , D.
82ST5'
81TS2'
Sugano, Y.
Sugnaux, F.R. 81SU7'
Suzukl, M.
76TA91
Svec, H.J.
81H07'
Swan, B.P.
81GA4'
82EC93
Talra, T.
79TS4'
80TS41
81TS15
82TS6'
82TS05
Takeuchl, T. 78TA09
79H146
79TS16
80Y036
82TA51
Tal'roze, V.L.
68TA5'
68TA28
69TA38
69TA43
70TA8DG' 80SK84
Tanaka, S.
81TS15
Tanner, R.J.N.
Tantsyrev, G.D.
Tao, P.
Tatematsu, A. 76TA91
72G16'
Teer, D.
Thomas, 0.
79SK1'
Thomson, B.A.
761R47
82HE41
82M9'
Thorenz, P.
81BRO'
Thruston, A.D.
8 1m 8 7
Tijssen, R.
81T185
T o l b e r t , G.D. 73L053
81V07'
Tondeur, Y.
Toyoura, Y.
81TS15
'
82GA4
80 SM97
81 SM2'
81 SM5'
82 SM43
81 LA5
80ST87
74CA3 1
74H025
77H033
78ST52
82SU19
78SU15
82H070
82EC92
80TS85
81TS2'
82TS5'
7 9TS87
80TS05
82TAO 1
68TA22
68TA79
6 9TA37
82TS05
82MA15
70TA80G'
81DV31
736121
80SK88
81 IR9'
~ 2 ~ ~ 4 9
8071-14'
74LD67
82PA75
A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF COMBINED LIQUID CHROMArOGRAPHY MASS SPECTROMETRY
Tsuchiya, M.
79TS4'
80TS41
81TS15
82TS6'
82TS05
Tsuge, S.
79H146
79TS165 79TS14
80TS05
8OTSOl
801036
81TS66
82TS1
82Y014
Turner, R.J.N.
Tway, P.A.
81TW8'
Udseth, H.R.
78UD9'
Unger, S.E.
81UN36
Unsoeld, E.
80RE2'
81AR37
Vajta, S.
Van K r e f e l d , M.E.
Vasyuta, Yu.V.
Vaughan, M.A.
82RA7'
Venkatarghaven, R.
Vestal, M.L.
77BL8'
78MC8'
78BL81
79MC88
79VE97
80BL21
8OBLO'
'
80TS85
8lTS2'
82TS5'
79TS87
79TS16
81 Ts25
82TS73
81MAll
81T185
80SK84
75MC73
77MC6'
79BL2'
7 9MC8
80BL26
'
80BL67
8OBL2'
80MC80
81CA6'
81BL5'
81ED9'
81VE09
81HA9'
82ED6'
82HAO'
82VE8'
82YE8'
81UN36
Vincze, A.
Vouros, P.
79KA6'
80KA81
80K195
81K139
81YU89
82VO15
82V06'
Voyksner, R.D.
82V02'
82V051
82V045
82PA75
Vykhrestyuk, N. I.
Wachs. T.
81HE33
80GA83
Waddei I. K.A.
Wahrhaftlg. A.L.
78RA03
81RA23
Weaver, J.C.
79WE08
Wechsung, R.
80N09'
80WE5'
80HA6'
81DV3'
81 HA32
82BL7
82VE9
'
'
79KA14
80K14'
82LA3'
81VD7'
82V043
79ZA38
70G149
82FU27
80RE2 I
Weerasl nghe, N.C.A.
80EC86
80GA6'
80GA17
81GA31
82GA93
Welby, J.K.
81H088
We1 Ions, S.L. 80PRO'
Westwwd, S.A.
81GA6'
81GA31
82LA6'
81 WE43
82GA93
82GA95
82AL99
82GA02
79CHO'
White V, E.
80CH8RE' 80HE08
8lCH31
82CH7'
WII Iianson, J.E.
81 EVE6
82GA95
W i l I t s , R.G.
81BA90
Withers, M.K. 80BR65
Wong, H.Y.
8ZAL15
Woodhal I, B.J.
82LA6'
82WE91
Wright, L.H.
78WR7'
78GA6'
80GA86
81 EC79
80GA6'
81 EC79
82AL15
82WE91
82 GA4
80CH1RE'
81 WH6'
'
81 W I40
82BA91
'
82GA4
82GA95
81 WR85
Yamauchi, E.
Yang, S.K.
Yergay, A.L.
Ylnon, J.
82Y19'
Yorke, D.A.
8OM189
7 9Y 04
Yoshida, H.
Yoshida; Y.
80TS05
azyoi4
Yost. R.A.
Yu, T.J.
Zakupra, V.A.
Z e r i I I i, L.F.
Zlng, D.S.
Z o l o t o i , N.B.
Z w i nse I man, J.
'
82WR01
80YA87
75J070
82YE8'
81V07'
82PA75
79BA9'
82WR80
79'104'
80Y036
79TS87
80Y036
82YO14
79H146
82TSI 1
82FE33
81YU89
79ZA38
79ZE19
82CA4'
80SK84
J.
8 1 OT66
82Y14'
79WR2'
SUBJECT INDEX
81 SM30
81 SM39
81 SM5'
79MC88
79VE97
80MC80
80PH10
81YU89
82HAO'
band broadening w i t h
D i r e c t L i a u l d l n t r o d u c t l o n (DLI)
---with s u p e r c r i t i c a l f l u i d LC
DLI ( s p l i t )
78RA03
81RA23
82LA3'
82GA02
---with c a p l l l a r y
P a r t i c l e beam
---with
chem l c a l der i v a t i z a t i on
74ARlO
70TA8OG' 73BA71
75GR9'
76GRZ'
80BLO'
8OOU2'
81AM53
8lYU89
80BL21
80BL26
75MC73
82MC33
82V015
82V06'
80BL2'
74AR24
75MC36
81 AL24
80GR6
80BL67
---with chemlcal r e a c t o r
76MC9'
77AR9'
76HE4'
81BL5'
81CA6'
81ED9'
77ER27
78PR11
80ER78
77DA87
78DA9TS' 78DA51
81ER64
61PR26
81GR1'
81VE09
82ED6'
79AR59
78HE75
78HE07
---Kith c o n t i n u o u s e x t r d c t o r
Vaporizer method
82SM14'
80PRO'
81EV86
79KA6'
79KA14
80KA61
I aser
---with dlaphran
77MC6'
78BL81
8OKl95
80K14'
81K139
77BL8'
78SE5'
79AR6'
79AR59
79MC8'
79MC88
78MC8'
82K125
82LA3'
82V015
79K3'
80HE815 80KE8'
80MC80
80PH10
80BL86
82V06 1
80KE83
80M87
8OSC39
torch
---with
DCI
81AM53
81AR37
81D115'
79BL2'
8OBLO'
8OBL2'
81E.RO'
81KE56
81LA5'
81LA5'
8OBL21
80BL26
80BL67
---with
FAB
81SU7'
81V07'
81W140
81 VE09
82KE6 1
82D05
82AR3'
82DE13
820E5
ultrasound
---with HRMS
82018'
82ES8'
82DE42
82 EA91
82MA67
82HE41
82KE5
78UD9'
---with
i s o t o p i c a i l y labeled
82PA27
82PA73
82PA75
hjechanlcal T r a n s p o r t i n t e r f a c e s
n
t
e
r n d I standards
82SU19
82V02'
82V043
I
Ceranic r i n g
77GA5'
78GA6'
78GA5RE'
75F15'
82V051
82Y 19'
BOMI 89
8ZMAl5
80GA83
I e c t o r - I n t e r f ace
F r a c t l on CQI
---with d e s o l v a t i o n chamber
---with
laser desorption
73L053
74L067
81BR8'
81VO7'
82CA4'
82DE5'
80HAfi'
60HUC'
SON091
82JU9'
82JU76
82JU79
82DE13
82DE42
82DE7 I
bOSFl0'
60WE5'
61HA32
b2 SC85
820103
82PA27
82PA73
81hA9'
62HAO'
Kov i rig band
82V043
82V051
77DA54
77GA5'
----kith
mfCrO-LC
7€MC29
re1 i a b i l i t y of
RIGA61
R2AL99
82GA4'
77MC7'
77MC87'
77MC56
.
82MA67
7 8DA6 9
7 811R7
82GA02
82GA95
82LA6'
775C13
DLI ( u n s p l I t )
78GAl9
82MC6'
82TAO'
82WE91
7 8GA6
78DY9'
---wlth mlcro-LC
---with nonvol a t i I e b u f f e r s
78GA5RE' 7 8MC2
78GA51
80BR65
78AR6'
78HE07
81KE6'
7 9BA9
7 9OE8
7 8WR7
80HE8l
8OhE3TC' 60HE75
---hith SlblS
7 g€V64
79EV5Y
79DY95
80PRO'
80YA87
80HE815
80BE59
80SMO'
79BE6'
7
9GA7
7
9GA6
7
SIGAO
81HE8'
61HE33
8lHE4'
81SW'
81SM5'
80SM97
79KA6'
79KE1 1
79HI5'
81SC65
81T185
81kE97
81 SM30
81 SM33
81 SM07
79WR2'
7'2SK1 1
79MC78
82DE5'
82CE7'
82BR3'
Movlng w i r e
80EC86
80DY4
7 9Y04
82EC82
82HEl
82EC2'
73KA63
74SC65
74SC95
80GA8
80GA6
80 EG23
82LE2'
82KR1Si
82HE99
80GA83
77SC13
79SC95
80GA73
bOGA72
82SM43
82SM71
82SWA'
80HA6'
80HUO'
Review o f
80GA86
- - - h i t h thermospray v a p o r i z e r
80K 195
tOK14'
60KA81
82AL15
82BL7'
82E06'
82VE8'
80M189
80QU2'
80MA95
Other
Interfaces
62YE8'
tiOR05
80SK88
Heated w i r e c o n c e n t r a t o r
6ORA8O
----kith l a s e r v s p o r i z e r
79CHO'
80CHIP.E' 8OCH8RE'
60SM97' 80 ST87
80 SMO 1
7eLO3'
79L02'
bOLO4'
80HE98
81CH31
81WH6'
81 EiRO'
8 1HA90
8 0 ~1 4
80L084
81GA4'
81GA6'
Polymer membrane
b1 EC79
---with
supercritical f l u i d Lc
75J070
79WE08
61 HA32
81 h088
81CfA31
82SM4'
82SM14' 82SP43
81Ki39
81MAl1
81KE6'
82 sv7 1
6
1
SM5
81
SM07
SW'
81
---with
plasma chromatography
ICNlZATiCN M l H O D IN LC-MS (OTHER WAN
81 SM33
81 SM39
81 SM30
73KA63
79HAZ6
ROUTINE E l OR C I )
81UN36
8 1 ~ 8 7 8lTW8'
Vacuum requ Ir a n e n t s
Atmospheric P r e s s u r e I o n i z a t i o n (API)
81KR85
81YU89
81RE43
79AR59
80DY4'
82DE13
74CA3'
74HC25
74H093
82AL15
82AL99
82 AB4 7
Enr i c h i ng I r t e r f aces
76H095
78HOC3
81CA77
82CA43
82EC92
82CA46
Atomizer/vacuum nebul i z e r
82HE41
62GA4'
82GA02
82EC93
79H146
79TS16
79TS87
D i r e c t Chemical I o n i z a t i o n (DCI)
82HAO'
82K125
82CA95
7YTS165
80TS05
80YC36
81BRO'
82LA6'
62MAl5
82LA3'
81JE3'
82JA8'
82JE6'
Electron Ionization (El)
82Mc6'
8ZRO9'
82 MA34
82Y014
82TS1
80DY4
82 SM9 1
82TAO
82SC33
J e t separator w i t h mlcro-LC
E I ectrohydrodynam i c Ion i z a t i o n (EHD)
62VC15
82WE91
82V06'
78TA09
82TA51
82 JE3
e2WR80
82WR01
Fb I ecu I a r beam
Electrospray
---with
aerosol d e p o s i t i o n
77BL8'
78BL81
78Mc8'
80F16'
81 HA?'
81 HA32
80HA6 1
7 9BL2
7 9MC8
7 BUD9
INTERFACE PRINCIPLE
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F a s t Atom Bombardment (FAB)
82005
82KE6
F i e l d D e s o r p t i o n (FO)
80MA9'
82JE2'
I n d u c t i v e l y Coupled Plasma (ICPI
~.
82H05'
82H070
Ion E v a p o r a t i o n
81 IR4'
81 IR9'
82TH9'
8 2 ~ 4 9
Laser D e s o r p t i o n (LO)
80HA6'
80N09'
80RE2'
6OWE5'
81HA32
82HAO'
80HUO'
PI asma Oesor p t Ion (PO 1
82 JU9'
82 JU76
82 JU79
82 SC85
Secondary I o n Mass Spectrometry
(SIMSI
79BE6'
80BE59
80SMO'
8lSW'
81SM5'
81SM7
81 SM30
81 SM33
Townsend Discharge
82PR3'
82DE7'
Thermospray
80BL21
80BL67
81CA6'
81 YE09
82BL7'
82E06'
82VE8'
82YE8'
'
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LCIGCIMS
82LU02
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'
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LC/MS/MS
80 SMO
81SM5'
81SM33
82SW'
82TH9'
82V043
80 SM97
81SM07
82FE33
82SM71
82TH49
82V045
81 SW I
81SM30
82HE41
8ZSM3
82V02'
82V051
TLC/MS
80RA4'
81RA5'
81RA5'
82BU87
81UN36
EZRA71
'
RELATE0 PHYSICS AND MASS SPECTROMETRY
Atmospheric P r e s s u r e I o n i z a t i o n (API)
77H033
81CA77
82KA43
Bib1 lography of
8lFR61
Chemical l o n i s a t i o n ( C I )
79Mc95
81DA97
81 1129
810K97
82BE79
82CA46
82DU2'
82VC43
82V045
82Y14'
D i r e c t Chemical I o n i z a t i o n (DCI
80RA80
82SU19
DLI Systems
68TA22
68TA28
69TA38
69TA43
72SK60
81T185
82 CH4 1
Electron Ionization ( E l )
80K195
81K139
El ectrohydrodynam i c I o n i z a t i o n
74C065
745151
78ST20
78ST52
80SK84
82CH5'
BIOMEDICAL MASS SPECTROMETRY, VOL. 10,
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NO. 4, 1983 251
C. G . EDMONDS. J . A. McCLOSKEY AND V. A. EDMONDS
E l ectrospray
680015
680090
70MA1
70MA27
71CL01
72G16'
75D04
78D053
73G 12 I
80F16'
81NA7'
Fast A t o m Bombardment (FAB)
82R184
F i e l d l o n l z a t i o n / F i e l d Desorption
(F I/FD)
81 OT66
G I ow D i scharae
81F020
I n d u c t i v e l y Coupled Plasma (ICP)
81GR62
81H07'
82H05'
82H070
ion E v a p o r a t l o n
761R47
81 IR4'
81 IR9'
L iqu id I on Iz a t i o n
79TS4'
80TS85
81TS15
82TS5'
82TS05
82TS6'
Mass Spectrometry/Mass Spectrometry
(MS/MS)
78McI'
80MC19
81GA4'
81MC39
81MC40
82AL5'
62GA4
Mol ecu I a r Beams
706149
Plasma D e s o r p t l o n (PD)
82JU76
Revlews o f
80Mc19
81Mc40
82AR13
82N113
82TS73
82BU87
82R184
Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry
( S.~
IMS)
81ORO'
82ST5'
Spark Source
820R14
S p e c t r a l Oeconvolotion
80HA84
Thermos pray
53D043
8OBLO'
80BL2'
81CA6'
81CV3'
8ZVE9'
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REVIEWS
LC/MS
76MC63
78HA38
78SU15
79ARlKL'
80GA17
80K87
81GA31
81MA33
810128
82ALlE
82DE03
82LE39
Other Topics
76AR61
79MC72
80H127
81GA92
81MC39
81N034
82BU43
82MA43
82TS73
252
80N09'
81BR8'
81 JE5'
82H14'
'
76MC9'
78M14'
80F16'
77MC87'
78RYO'
80MA9'
80RE2'
81 IR4'
81WH6'
82JE2'
APPL ICATIONS
A c t i v e Hydrogen D e t e r m i n a t i o n
61CA97
Alkaloids
79M3'
80EC86
80GA8'
60HUO'
81D115' 81GA4'
81KE56
81UN36
820103
82EC92
82EC93
82GA4'
82TH9'
82TH49
Amino Acids
74H093
75GR9'
76MC63
77MC6'
79H146
79TS14
80BE59
80BLO'
60BL2'
8OBL26
8OBL67
80HA6
80SC39
80SMO'
8OTS41
801585
81EL5'
81OV3'
81HA32 811R9'
81HA9'
81 OK97
81 SM33
82D I 0 3
82~070
8 2 ~ ~ 9 '8 2 ~ 1 ~ 1
82TS5 1
82Y014
Ant I b i o t i c s
8OBLO'
808121
80BL67
80KE8'
80R05'
81BRO'
610115'
81KE6'
81KE56
82DE42
81lW8'
82A847
82D I03
82KA43
Cephalosporifis/penicll l i n s
79GA7'
80EC86
80R05'
8ZMC6'
Aromatic and P o l y n u c l e a r Arcme,tic
Cocnpounds
73KA63
73L053
74H093
741067
75CA79
753070
76HE4'
78AR6'
78BL81
78H003
78RA03
78TA09
78UD9'
79AR2KL 79CHO'
790E8'
79H15'
7 9MC8 1
7 9MC88
7 9TS 16
79TS87
79TS165
79VE97
80BL86
80CH1RE' 800Y4
80MC80
80M87
80PH10
80ST87
80TS05
80Y036
81CA77
81CH31
81EV86
81 SC65
BlSM30
82DE13
82KR19
62LE2'
82SM4'
82 SW
62SM14'
82SM43
82SM7 1
82TAO'
62TA5l
82 V05 1
Biomass
81SM2'
81SM30
81SM33
82LU02
Biopolymers/Polyrcers
71CL01
82CA4'
Catechol m I nes
82TH49
82YE8'
CI l n l c a l Chemistry
77H033
80GA17
Coa I L iqu 1 d s / S y n t h e t i c
Fuels/Hydrocarbons
77DA54
780A69
78K2'
79ZA38
80SM97
82SWl'
82 SM14 1
Drugs and M e t a b o l l t e s
73L053
74CA66
74L067
74SC65
74SC95
76HE41
77GA5'
77HE7'
77MC56
78GA6'
78GA51
78GA5RE'
78HA38
78HE07
78HE75
78H003
79AR6'
79GAO'
79H146
79KE1'
7963'
79SC95
79TS16
79TS87
79TS165
80,4784
80GA83
.'
'
78DA9TS' 78GA5RE'
78KE33
78PR11
78TA79
79AR12
79TS14
79ZE19
80GA70
80GA72
8OTSOl
82GA27
81GA84
81GA4MO'
810E14
81 PR26
81TS25
81 TS66
82AR13
82 AR96
82GA93
62tRI 1
82 N I 1 3
82MC98
h'lth LC, 'MS
77H033
76TA91
80BU24
80AH02
80MC19
80LE87
81LA5'
81 MC40
81FlC63
81Fa66
82AR51
62 B047
82GR4
82KN96
82MC33
82 PO3 1
ABSTRACTS
81AY1
PATENTS
68TA5'
78BR7'
79BE6'
80EO'
80WE5'
81 JE3'
82DE47'
82JE6'
BIOMEDICAL MASS SPECTROMETRY, VOL. 10, NO. 4, 1983
80HE3TO'
ROHE815
801189
81GA4M3'
81 EC79
81HE97
81 iR9'
81 OK97
82HE41
82MA15
82Y19'
SOHE75
80K14'
80TS05
81CA77
81 GA84
81KE56
81Ki39
82EC82
82JU76
82SC85
80HE81
80E87
81BRO'
81D115'
81 GA92
81 1129
81FIAll
82ER11
82JU79
82V015
Env 1 ronmental Ana I y s l s
H e r b i c l des
79ARlKL' 79GAO'
77MC6'
79MC8'
79MC88
79SK1'
80SK88
81EV86
82PA27
Halogenated and p o l y h a l ogenated
compounds
73KA63
77AR9'
77BL8'
780Y9'
790195
800Y4'
8OPH10
80ST87
Pesticides
76MC29
77AR9'
73KA63
77SC13
78H003
77HE7'
79TS14
78WR7'
79KA14
80GA86
80KA81
80GA6'
8OMC80
80'1036
81EC79
81GA31
81GA84
82AL99
82CA43
82GA93
82K 125
82PA73
8ZWRO1
82WR80
Priorlly pollutants
80HE98
80MC80
82SC33
Tannery e f f I uent
80TH4'
81M87
Essential O i l s
79AR1KL
Exp 10s Ives
61V07'
82PA75
82Y19'
F I av I no1 ds/Agl ycones
79GA6'
80SC39
81BRO'
Glucuronides
79GAO'
80GA6'
80GA73
810115'
81GA31
82CA46
820I 0 3
G I ycos Ides
80GA8'
80GA73
81 KE56
82SC19'
Ion P a i r s
80K14'
80K195
81K139
82K125
82LA3'
82V015
Juveni I e Hormones/Ecd y s t e r o l &
8ltA5'
81MA51
62KR19
Lipids
B i l e Acids
79GAO'
80QU2'
Fats/waxes/fatty acids
77ER27
80BL21
8OBR65
61ER64
82TS1
Triclycerides/Other Lipids
75Mc73
77MC56
78DA9TS'
78GA51
78GA19
78PR11
60ER78
81PR26
82ER98
L i q u l d C r y s t a l Mixtures
80MA84
80MA95
81 MA33
82MA34
blycotoxi ns
77MC56
N a t u r a l Products
77SC13
78GA51
78GA5RE'
79GA7'
80EC86
8OGA72
8lPRO'
81GA4MO' 61C7A84
61hE43
82AL5'
82AL99
82GA93
82LUO2
bluclelc A c i d C o n s t i t u e n t s
Eases
77MC6'
76BL8l
78MCP'
'
79CHO'
8OBL26
Nuc I eos 1 des
77MC6'
79E3'
60BL0'
80BL26
8OGA8'
80E87
81EL5'
81 GA31
61HA32
@ED61
82W9'
82Y014
Nuci c o t i des
77MC6'
79VE97
60BL21
60PH10
81 EC79
81 1 ~ 9 1
79VE97
80PH10
80BL2'
81 ED9'
78BL81
79TS14
8OBL2'
80BL86
80GA73
80QU2'
816RO'
81 GA84
81 IR9'
82ES8'
62W49
78MC8'
79VE97
60BL21
80CH1 RE'
80HA6
60PH10
81 EO9'
81HA9'
6 1 OK97
62KA43
82TS 1
78BL81
78MCP'
6OBL2'
80HA6'
81E:RO'
81 HA32
5 '8 2 ~ ~ 9 '
ROBLO'
808L26
81EL5'
81 kIA9'
8 2 ~ ~
'
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62~~49
Pept 1 bes
73BA71
i4SC95
75MC36
77MC6'
76AR61
770A87
78HA38
79GA7'
780A51
80BL26
8OBLO'
80BL2'
81GA31
80HA6'
81BL5'
PlGA84
81CA4MO' 8ltlA9'
81YU89
82KE5'
61HA32
8 2 ~ 1 2 5 82~09' RZTH~'
62TH49
82TS1'
82YE8'
62Y014
Phenols
74H093
79Mc8'
79MC88
79WRZ'
80BL86
60CHBRE'
80TH4'
81CH31
80MC80
81EV86
81SC65
81 EV86
elm87
8 1 ~ ~ 8 58 2 ~ ~ 9 5
82WE91
Fhthal ates
79H146
79TS87
ROMC80
80TS41
Porphyrins
78MC2'
79MC78
80EG23
Quaternary Anunonium Compounds
82AR3'
82KE5'
82TH49
82YE8'
Steroids
74AR10
74AR24
74H025
74SC95
77GA5'
78GA51
79MC76
78GA5RE' 78MC2'
79M3'
793295
79TS14
79TS16
79TS87
80ER78
80M87
80M189
80YA87
eoy036
816~90 8 1 ~ ~ 7 7
81 GA4W' 81 HE33
81H088
81SU7'
82AR14
82BA91
82SU19
82EC2'
82HE1
82Y014
Sugars/Po I ysacchar Ides
73BA71
78GA19
75GR9'
6OBLO'
80BL21
80GA8'
8OGA73
80KE8'
80TS85
81AR37
81AM53
81BRO'
61D115'
81EC79
81GA31
81CA84
81HA9'
81HA32
81 I129
81KE56
82H070
82KE5'
82MC33
82TS1
82TS5'
82156'
82YE8'
82Y014
V itam Ins
74SC95
75GR9'
76HE4'
BOBLO'
8OBL21
8OOY4'
80SC39
80YA87
820E42
820E5 1
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