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Those court cases, containing the texts of the invited lectures, conceal all points of mass spectrometry together with concept, basic reports, functions and instrumentation. Emphasis is put on contemporary advancements. an entire directory of the posters is integrated
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Advances in Mass Spectrometry by P.G. Kistemaker and N.M.M. Nibbering (Eds.)