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Effect of damping mechanisms on mass calibration equation for MALDI/FTMS
Alternative Title碰撞衰减机理对MALDI/FTMS准确质量校正的影响
Su Y(苏越); Wang HY(王昊阳); Guo YL(郭寅龙); Xiang BR(相秉仁); An DK(安登魁)
Source PublicationChin. J. Chem.
AbstractCollisional damping affects the relationship between ion mass and effective cyclotron frequency in Fourier transform mass spectrometry. The exact mass calibration equation [GRAPHICS] was therefore derived from the characteristic equation of system model, force = m dv/dt=qE - qvx B-0-xi v (xi v, a frictional damping force), in which k is amended by the shift of observed frequency of matrix ion or other known ion in external calibration. The mass obtained by the amended calibration equation is therefore immune to collisional damping and space-charge effects on mass accuracy. The relative errors of ion mass measured were all less than 2 x 10(-6).
Subject Area分析化学
Department上海有机所; 中国药科大学
Indexed BySCI
WOS IDWOS:000232194400021
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Document Type期刊论文
Corresponding AuthorGuo YL(郭寅龙)
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Su Y,Wang HY,Guo YL,et al. Effect of damping mechanisms on mass calibration equation for MALDI/FTMS[J]. Chin. J. Chem.,2005,23(8):1053-1059.
APA 苏越,王昊阳,郭寅龙,相秉仁,&安登魁.(2005).Effect of damping mechanisms on mass calibration equation for MALDI/FTMS.Chin. J. Chem.,23(8),1053-1059.
MLA 苏越,et al."Effect of damping mechanisms on mass calibration equation for MALDI/FTMS".Chin. J. Chem. 23.8(2005):1053-1059.
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