TOF-MS within Food and Environmental Analysis - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780444538109, 9780444538116

TOF-MS within Food and Environmental Analysis, Volume 58

1st Edition

Editors: Amadeo Rodriguez Fernandez-Alba
Hardcover ISBN: 9780444538109
eBook ISBN: 9780444538116
Imprint: Elsevier
Published Date: 2nd August 2012
Page Count: 460
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Table of Contents

  • Dedication
  • Series Page
  • Volume in the Series
  • Contributors to Volume 58
  • Series Editor’s Preface
  • Volume Editor’s Preface
  • Chapter 1 Application of HPLC–TOF-MS and HPLC–QTOF-MS/MS for Pesticide Residues Analysis in Fruit and Vegetable Matrices
    • 1 Introduction and Scope
    • 2 Advantages of the Accurate Mass
    • 3 Accurate Mass Databases and Automatic Searching
    • 4 Applications of HPLC–TOF-MS for Multiresidue Analysis of Pesticides in Fruits and Vegetables
    • 5 Multiresidue Methods Based on Sequential TOF-MS and QTOF-MS/MS.
    • 6 Conclusions and Future Trends
  • Chapter 2 Chemical Evaluation of Water Treatment Processes by LC–(Q)TOF-MS
    • 1 Introduction
    • 2 TPs in Wastewater Treatments
    • 3 Strategies for Identification and Structural Elucidation of TPs by LC–(Q)TOF-MS: Practical Aspects
    • 4 Selected Applications of LC–(Q)TOF-MS in Water Treatment Processes: Transformation Pathways
    • 5 Conclusions
  • Chapter 3 Selected Applications of Accurate Mass Determinations Using LC-TOF for Toxic Compounds in Products of Animal Origin
    • 1 Accurate Mass Determinations
    • 2 Case Study 1: Injectable Solution of Oxytetracycline Contaminated with a Suspect Sulfonamide
    • 3 Case Study 2: Green-Eyed Dog and Rhodamine Dye
    • 4 Case Study 3: Thirty-Six Dead Birds and Contaminated Seeds
    • 5 Overall Considerations and Conclusions
  • Chapter 4 High Mass Resolution Versus MS/MS
    • 1 Introduction
    • 2 Basic Principle of Modern HRMS Instruments
    • 3 Selectivity
    • 4 Sensitivity
    • 5 Quantitative Performance
    • 6 Confirmation
    • 7 Identification of Unknowns
    • 8 Comprehensiveness of Detection
    • 9 Conclusion
  • Chapter 5 Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry Versus Orbitrap-Based Mass Spectrometry for the Screening and Identification of Drugs and Metabolites
  • Chapter 6 Electrospray Operational Parameters in TOF-MS
    • 1 Introduction
    • 2 Theory
    • 3 Experimental
    • 4 Results and Discussion
    • 5 Summary and Conclusion
  • Chapter 7 MALDI–TOF MS for Characterization of Synthetic Polymers in Aqueous Environment
    • 1 Introduction
    • 2 General Aspects of MS in Polymer Analysis
    • 3 Illustration: MALDI–TOF MS of Chitosan Oligosaccharide
    • 4 Future of MALDI–TOF in Polymer Analysis: Fate and Degradation Studies
    • 1 Introduction (The Race)
    • 2 Fundamentals and Characteristics of Orbitrap Technology (Presentation of the Challenger)
    • 3 From Theory to Practice (Track-and-Field Championship)
    • 4 Conclusions (Award Ceremony: The Winner Is…)
  • Chapter 8 The Potential of Ambient Desorption Ionization Methods Combined with High-Resolution Mass Spectrometry for Pesticide Testing in Food
    • 1 Introduction
    • 2 Ambient MS Techniques Used for Testing of Pesticides and Other Contaminant Residues
    • 3 Concluding Remarks
  • Chapter 9 Application of GC–TOFMS for Pesticide Residue Analysis in Grapes
    • 1 Introduction
    • 2 Improvement in Mass Spectral Detection by Using TOF
    • 3 Improving the Chromatographic Separation-Possible with TOFMS
    • 4 Development of a Robust Method for Pesticide Residue Analysis in Grapes
    • 5 Comparative Appraisal of S/N in 1D (GC–TOFMS) with 2D (GC   ×   GC–TOFMS)
    • 6 Application of the Optimized GC   ×   GC–TOFMS Method for Residue Monitoring in Grapes
    • 7 Application of the Optimized GC   ×   GC–TOFMS Method for Residue Monitoring in Wine
    • 8 Screening for Nontarget Analytes
    • 9 Evaluation of GC   ×   GC–TOFMS vis-à-vis GC–MS/MS
    • 10 Conclusion and Future Perspectives
  • Subject Index

Description

  • Dedication
  • Series Page
  • Volume in the Series
  • Contributors to Volume 58
  • Series Editor’s Preface
  • Volume Editor’s Preface
  • Chapter 1 Application of HPLC–TOF-MS and HPLC–QTOF-MS/MS for Pesticide Residues Analysis in Fruit and Vegetable Matrices
    • 1 Introduction and Scope
    • 2 Advantages of the Accurate Mass
    • 3 Accurate Mass Databases and Automatic Searching
    • 4 Applications of HPLC–TOF-MS for Multiresidue Analysis of Pesticides in Fruits and Vegetables
    • 5 Multiresidue Methods Based on Sequential TOF-MS and QTOF-MS/MS.
    • 6 Conclusions and Future Trends
  • Chapter 2 Chemical Evaluation of Water Treatment Processes by LC–(Q)TOF-MS
    • 1 Introduction
    • 2 TPs in Wastewater Treatments
    • 3 Strategies for Identification and Structural Elucidation of TPs by LC–(Q)TOF-MS: Practical Aspects
    • 4 Selected Applications of LC–(Q)TOF-MS in Water Treatment Processes: Transformation Pathways
    • 5 Conclusions
  • Chapter 3 Selected Applications of Accurate Mass Determinations Using LC-TOF for Toxic Compounds in Products of Animal Origin
    • 1 Accurate Mass Determinations
    • 2 Case Study 1: Injectable Solution of Oxytetracycline Contaminated with a Suspect Sulfonamide
    • 3 Case Study 2: Green-Eyed Dog and Rhodamine Dye
    • 4 Case Study 3: Thirty-Six Dead Birds and Contaminated Seeds
    • 5 Overall Considerations and Conclusions
  • Chapter 4 High Mass Resolution Versus MS/MS
    • 1 Introduction
    • 2 Basic Principle of Modern HRMS Instruments
    • 3 Selectivity
    • 4 Sensitivity
    • 5 Quantitative Performance
    • 6 Confirmation
    • 7 Identification of Unknowns
    • 8 Comprehensiveness of Detection
    • 9 Conclusion
  • Chapter 5 Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry Versus Orbitrap-Based Mass Spectrometry for the Screening and Identification of Drugs and Metabolites
  • Chapter 6 Electrospray Operational Parameters in TOF-MS
    • 1 Introduction
    • 2 Theory
    • 3 Experimental
    • 4 Results and Discussion
    • 5 Summary and Conclusion
  • Chapter 7 MALDI–TOF MS for Characterization of Synthetic Polymers in Aqueous Environment
    • 1 Introduction
    • 2 General Aspects of MS in Polymer Analysis
    • 3 Illustration: MALDI–TOF MS of Chitosan Oligosaccharide
    • 4 Future of MALDI–TOF in Polymer Analysis: Fate and Degradation Studies
    • 1 Introduction (The Race)
    • 2 Fundamentals and Characteristics of Orbitrap Technology (Presentation of the Challenger)
    • 3 From Theory to Practice (Track-and-Field Championship)
    • 4 Conclusions (Award Ceremony: The Winner Is…)
  • Chapter 8 The Potential of Ambient Desorption Ionization Methods Combined with High-Resolution Mass Spectrometry for Pesticide Testing in Food
    • 1 Introduction
    • 2 Ambient MS Techniques Used for Testing of Pesticides and Other Contaminant Residues
    • 3 Concluding Remarks
  • Chapter 9 Application of GC–TOFMS for Pesticide Residue Analysis in Grapes
    • 1 Introduction
    • 2 Improvement in Mass Spectral Detection by Using TOF
    • 3 Improving the Chromatographic Separation-Possible with TOFMS
    • 4 Development of a Robust Method for Pesticide Residue Analysis in Grapes
    • 5 Comparative Appraisal of S/N in 1D (GC–TOFMS) with 2D (GC   ×   GC–TOFMS)
    • 6 Application of the Optimized GC   ×   GC–TOFMS Method for Residue Monitoring in Grapes
    • 7 Application of the Optimized GC   ×   GC–TOFMS Method for Residue Monitoring in Wine
    • 8 Screening for Nontarget Analytes
    • 9 Evaluation of GC   ×   GC–TOFMS vis-à-vis GC–MS/MS
    • 10 Conclusion and Future Perspectives
  • Subject Index

Key Features

  • Outlines basic concepts and principles of gas and liquid chromatography TOF-MS and its application in food analysis
  • Includes quality control and data collection techniques
  • Focuses on environmental implications and safety concerns

Readership

Analytical chemists, food chemists, environmental scientists


Details

No. of pages:
460
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Elsevier 2012
Published:
Imprint:
Elsevier
eBook ISBN:
9780444538116
Hardcover ISBN:
9780444538109

About the Editors

Amadeo Rodriguez Fernandez-Alba Editor

Affiliations and Expertise

University of Almeria, Spain