Mass Spectroscopy for Lawyers Part 9: Other topics of interest in GC-MS

In a series of posts, we are going to talk about Mass Spectrometry.

  1. Introduction-The different configurations and the Electron Impact process
  2. What types of mass analyzers are there?
  3. What type of detectors are there?
  4. What types of analysis can be done?
  5. How do you read the output?
  6. How do they come to a qualitative measure using software?
  7. How do they quantitate the results?
  8. Do you need chromatography if you are using Mass Spectrometry?
  9. Other topics of interest about GC-MS

In this post, I would just like to list all of our past posts in both Gas and Liquid Chromatography regardless of the method of sample introduction or method of detection. They are in no particular order. Please enjoy.

One response to “Mass Spectroscopy for Lawyers Part 9: Other topics of interest in GC-MS”

  • Ed Lancaster says:

    Tim, I am not surprised at what I learned on your blog since it only one of the ways that “To protect and Serve” goes against the original intent. In Our area and I am sure that throughout the US there is the tow truck scam. Where I live, Kenner, La, (suburban New Orleans), the typical cost to have your car towed is about $75.00 no matter who you call. If the police have your car towed, and, (you are not given any options), the tow company, either Moon, or Rock and Roll charge you $300.00 and tow it only to their yard where you are charged $20.00 a day for storage. I know several people who have suffered this ripoff and I can’t get anyone to investigate it. The police will certainly not and the media won’t either. Keep up the good fight on your part.
    Ed Lancaster.

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