Mass Spectrometry (Oxford Chemistry Primers)

Mass Spectrometry (Oxford Chemistry Primers)

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Paperback | English
ISBN13: 9780198789048
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The renowned Oxford Chemistry Primers series, which provides focused introductions to a range of important topics in chemistry, has been refreshed and updated to suit the needs of today's students, lecturers, and postgraduate researchers. The rigorous, yet accessible, treatment of each subject area is ideal for those wanting a primer in a given topic to prepare them for more advanced study or research. Moreover, cutting-edge examples and applications throughout the texts show the relevance of the chemistry being described to current research and industry. The learning features provided, including questions at the end of every chapter and online multiple-choice questions, encourage active learning and promote understanding. Furthermore, frequent diagrams, margin notes, further reading, and glossary definitions all help to enhance a student's understanding of these essential areas of chemistry. This brand new addition to the series provides the most concise, clear, and accessible first introduction to the basic principles of mass spectrometry. Online resources The online resources that accompany Mass Spectrometry include: For students: - Multiple-choice questions for self-directed learning For registered adopters of the text: - Figures from the book available to download

Type Book
Number Of Pages 192
Item Height 12 mm
Item Width 188 mm
Item Weight 419 Gram
Product Dimensions 188 x 12 x 244
Publisher OUP Oxford
Format Paperback | 192

A well written and complete overview of the subject. * Karin Heutinck, Saxion University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands *
Excellent support material pitched at an appropriate level to take students through their degree programme and beyond. * Cate Cropper, University of Liverpool *
Concise and clear - the book is built up systematically going from instrumentation to interpretation to applications. * Hanno Kossen, Newcastle University *
The descriptions are really amenable to the undergraduate student, and are balanced very well between simplicity with sufficient detail. * Peter Fielden, Lancaster University *

Professor James McCullagh is a lecturer in Analytical Chemistry at the University of Oxford and Director of the Mass Spectrometry Research Facility in the Department of Chemistry. He spent several years in industry before moving to academia where he now conducts research developing novel mass spectrometry and separation science techniques and applies these at the interfaces between chemistry, biology and medicine. In his early career he used mass spectrometry to investigate diet and nutrition and developed methods for compound-specific radiocarbon dating. In the last ten years his research has focussed on understanding the role of small molecules in health and disease and developing metabolomics and isotope tracer techniques. Current interests focus on measuring central energy metabolism and understanding its perturbations in diseases including diabetes and cancer. He is the author of over 80 research papers and books. Professor Neil Oldham is Professor of Biomolecular Mass Spectrometry in the School of Chemistry at the University of Nottingham. His research activities are focussed on the use of mass spectrometry and associated techniques for the study of protein structure, interactions and modification, although he also has considerable experience in small molecule mass spectrometry and natural product analysis. He has authored over 130 research papers in the field of applied mass spectrometry. His teaching interests span organic and biological chemistry, organic spectroscopy and analytical chemistry.