Advances in Mass Spectrometry


Advances in Mass Spectrometry

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title = Advances in Mass Spectrometry


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discipline = Chemistry
language = English
abbreviation = Adv Mass Spectrom
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frequency = 3 Years
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Advances in Mass Spectrometry is a series of books based on contributions to the triennial International Mass Spectrometry Conference (IMSC). It is the oldest continuous series of publications in mass spectrometry. cite journal|title=International Mass Spectrometry Society (IMSS)|journal=J. Mass Spectrom|date=2001|first=R. G.|last=Cooks|coauthors=E. Gelpi and N. M. M. Nibbering|volume=36|issue=2|pages=119 – 123|pmid=11288193 doi|10.1002/jms.131|url=http://www.chem.vu.nl/en/sec/fc/Publications/jms(2001)119.pdf|format=PDF|accessdate=2007-09-15|doi=10.1002/jms.131 ]

Conferences

#1958 London (41 papers)
#1961 Oxford (44)
#1964 Paris (72)
#1967 Berlin (83)
#1970 Brussels (141)
#1973 Edinburgh (124)
#1976 Florence (277)
#1979 Oslo (ca. 250)
#1982 Vienna (ca. 420)
#1985 Swansea (ca. 590)cite book |author= |title=Advances in mass spectrometry 1985: 10th International Mass Spectrometry Conference [Swansea, 9-13 September, 1985] |publisher=Wiley |location=New York |year=1986 |pages= |isbn=0-471-90925-4 |oclc= |doi=]
#1988 Bordeaux (ca. 588) [cite book | last = Longevialle | first = P. | authorlink = | coauthors = | title = Advances in Mass Spectrometry Volume 11A | publisher = Heyden & Son | date = 1989 | location = | pages = | url = | doi = | id = | isbn = 0863440118 ]
#1991 Amsterdam (ca. 830)cite book |author=Nico M. Nibbering; P. J. Kistemaker |title=Advances in Mass Spectrometry: Proceedings of the 12th International Mass Spectrometry Conference Held in Amsterdam 26-30 August 1991/Reprinted from (Advances in Mass Spectrometry) |publisher=Elsevier Science Pub Co |location= |year= |pages= |isbn=0-444-88871-3 |oclc= |doi=]
#1994 Budapest (ca. 740)
#1997 Tampere (ca. 700)
#2000 Barcelona (729)
#2003 Edinburgh [cite book | last = Brenton | first = Gareth | authorlink = | coauthors = John Monaghan, Alison Ashcroft | editor = | others = | title = Advances in Mass Spectrometry, 16 | year = 2004 | month = June | publisher = Elsevier | location = | language = English | isbn = 0444515283 | pages = 396 | chapter = | url = http://www.elsevier.com/wps/find/bookdescription.cws_home/702985/description#description ]
#2006 Praguecite book | last = Herman | first = Zdenek | authorlink = | coauthors = Edited by Zdenek Herman, Vladimír Havlíček, Lenka Kolářová and Peter Derrick | title = Advances in Mass Spectrometry Volume 17 | publisher = IM Publications | date = 2007 | location = | pages = | url = http://www.impublications.com/shop/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=221 | doi = | id = | isbn = ]
#2009 Bremen

ee also

*International Mass Spectrometry Foundation

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