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This handbook presents the ion trap mass spectra of the most common terpenes (hydrocarbons found in oils, resins, and balsams) found in nature, including relative retention/elution times, an extensive synonymy of common and IUPAC names, CAS registry numbers, molecular formulas, and structures.
- Includes 502 spectra of essential oils from predominantly plant sources
- Presents an overview of the ion trap system
Researchers in chemical ecology, systematic and economic botany, range science and forestry, and flavor and fragrance chemists
Ion Trap Mass Spectroscopy: Introduction. Ion Trap Mass Spectroscopy. Operating Conditions used for Spectra Acquisition. References. Explanations of Formats Used in Appendices. Appendices: Alphabetical Listing of Compounds with Their Retention Time on DB-5: Compounds Sorted in Order of Elution Times on DB-5. Ion Trap Mass Spectra of Compounds. Cross Index of Common Names. Index to Compounds by CAS Numbers.
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- © Academic Press 1989
- 28th May 1989
- Academic Press
- eBook ISBN:
"Robert P. Adam's book is a veritable mine of source information for researchers and students....A work that really fills a gap in the mass spectrometry of essential oils. It will be considered by beginners and experienced scientists alike as manna from heaven." --FLAVOUR AND FRAGRANCE JOURNAL
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