Library resources for researchers using mass spectrometry.
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New Stanford theses using mass spectrometry
New library materials on mass spectrometry
Mass spectrometry subjects in SearchWorks
narrower term: Accelerator mass spectrometry
narrower term: Chemical ionization mass spectrometry
narrower term: Electrospray ionization mass spectrometry
narrower term: Field desorption mass spectrometry
narrower term: Field ionization mass spectrometry
narrower term: Inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry
narrower term: Ion cyclotron resonance spectrometry
narrower term: Matrix-assisted laser desorption-ionization
narrower term: Molecular spectra
narrower term: Secondary ion mass spectrometry
narrower term: Tandem mass spectrometry
narrower term: Time-of-flight mass spectrometry
Databases with spectral peak searching
Please also see Databases section of this guide to use mass spec databases.
- <div>Ionization and electron capture for H<sup>+</sup> collisions at low keV energy with a water-vapor target</div>
- Influence of iron redox abilities on the electrospray ionization collision induced dissociation of iron complexes with methoxylated flavonoids
- Behavior of transition metal salts during the electrospray ionization process
- Evaluation by LA-MC-ICP-MS of NIST 612 Pb isotopic composition as external reference material and a new proxy for environmental characterization using (carbonatic) bivalves shells
- Gas-phase vibrations of the anionic, hydrogen-bonded dimer of 9-methylguanine
- Rapid and Definitive Analysis of In Vitro DNA Methylation by Nano-electrospray Ionization Mass Spectrometry
- Preferential Ion Microsolvation in Mixed-Modifier Environments Observed Using Differential Mobility Spectrometry
- Chemometric Strategies for Sensitive Annotation and Validation of Anatomical Regions of Interest in Complex Imaging Mass Spectrometry Data
- A Mechanistic Study of Protonated Aniline to Protonated Phenol Substitution Considering Tautomerization by Ion Mobility Mass Spectrometry and Tandem Mass Spectrometry
- Separation and Identification of Glycan Anomers Using Ultrahigh-Resolution Ion-Mobility Spectrometry and Cryogenic Ion Spectroscopy
- Mass Spectrometry Imaging of Triglycerides in Biological Tissues by Laser Desorption Ionization from Silicon Nanopost Arrays
- CTP synthetase activity assay by liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry in the multiple reaction monitoring mode
- A Tutorial and Comprehensive Computational Study of Acceptance and Transmission of Sinusoidal and Digital Ion Guides
- Structural characterization of the ligstroside aglycone isoforms in virgin olive oils by liquid‐chromatography‐high resolution Fourier‐transform mass spectrometry and H/D exchange
- Ruthenium coordination preferences in imidazole‐containing systems revealed by electrospray ionization mass spectrometry and molecular modeling: possible cues for the surprising stability of the Ru (III)/tris (hydroxymethyl)‐aminomethane/imidazole complexes
- Mass spectrometry‐based forest tree metabolomics
- Collagen analysis with mass spectrometry
- Liquid chromatography–mass spectrometry bottom‐up proteomic methods in animal species analysis of processed meat for food authentication and the detection of adulterations
- Emerging trends in paper spray mass spectrometry: Microsampling, storage, direct analysis, and applications
- Novel applications of mass spectrometry‐based metabolomics in herbal medicines and its active ingredients: Current evidence
- Characterization of the metabolites of GW1929 in rat by liquid chromatography coupled with electrospray ionization tandem mass spectrometry
- TIME‐OF‐FLIGHT MASS SPECTROMETERS BASED ON A WEDGE‐SHAPED ELECTROSTATIC MIRROR WITH A TWO‐DIMENSIONAL FIELD
- In situ Analysis of Oxytetracycline Tablets Based on MALDI‐Mass Spectrometry Imaging
- Structure Fragmentation Studies for Ring Substituted N‐Trifluoroacetyl‐N‐Benzylphenethylamines Related to the NBOMe Drugs
- Molecular characterization of polyethylene oxide‐based oligomers by surface‐assisted laser desorption/ionization mass spectrometry using a through hole alumina membrane as active substrate
Protocols & methods
Mass spectrometry > methods
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Download software and plugins
MestReNova or Mnova is a multipage, multivendor, multitechnique, and multiplatform analytical chemistry software suite designed as a container for using Mnova plugins. The NMR, MS, NMRP, Verify, and DB client plugins are integrated into Mnova so they don't need to be installed separately. You just need to activate them using the license keys. Be sure to check out what's new in Mnova.
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||Mac, Windows, & Linux Versions. Software includes NMR, MS, NMRP, Verify, and DB client plugins.||Download Mnova|
|NMR plugin||NMR processing, analysis, simulation and reporting at your fingertips.||in Mnova|
|MS plugin||Processing & analyzing LC/GC/MS data made simple.||in Mnova|
|NMRP plugin||Prediction of NMR spectra from molecular structure; allows auto-assignments if combined with Mnova NMR.||in Mnova|
|Verify plugin||Automatic Structure Verification that really works. It works in combination with Mnova NMR ( or Mnova MS) and NMRPredict.||in Mnova|
|qNMR plugin||Arrive at optimal concentration or purity values.||Download qNMR|
|RM plugin||Simple, facilitated extraction of spectroscopic and chemical kinetic concentration data to help analyze reaction monitoring data.||Download RM|
|DB client plugin||A new concept for the shared storage of molecules, NMR and LC/GC/MS analytical data and other Mnova objects.||in Mnova|
Download Mnova DB server plugin
Mnova DB is an effective, fully integrated, multiplatform environment for the storage, indexing and searching of analytical chemistry data (NMR, LC/GC/MS and molecular structures). While the client side remains the same and integrated in Mnova, there are three versions of the DB Server plugin. Select the one that best fits your needs.
||Description||Windows Download Options (.exe installer)
||Mac & Linux Download Options (.jar installer)
||It is a solution for individual users. Runs only on SQLite and accepts only Mnova connections from the local computer.||version 1.8.2 MyData (Win)||version 1.8.2 MyData (Mac/Linux)|
||Runs only on SQLite and accepts connections from anywhere.||version 1.8.2 DB Group (Win)||version 1.8.2 DB Group (Mac/Linux)|
||Runs on any DB backend and accept connections from anywhere.||version 1.8.2 DB Enterprise (Win)||version 1.8.2 DB Enterprise (Mac/Linux)|
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