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A BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO MASS SPECTRAL INTERPRETATION
Terrence A. Lee, 1998
Mass spectrometry is one of the few techniques by which an organic compound can be uniquely identified. This book examines the interpretation of mass spectra of organic compounds at a level appropriate to novices in the field. It is a clearly written and highly practical introduction to mass spectral data, focusing on a compound-related approach to interpretation of mass spectra.
Book ID: CH-4644
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