2 edition of 1978 indexes to EPA/NIH mass spectral data base found in the catalog.
1978 indexes to EPA/NIH mass spectral data base
Stephen R. Heller
|Statement||S.R. Heller and G.W.A. Milne.|
|Series||National Standard Reference Data Series / United States. National Bureau of Standards -- NSRDS-NBS 63, National Standard Reference Data Series (United States. National Bureau of Standards) -- NSRDS-NBS 63.|
|Contributions||Milne, George W. A., National Institutes of Health., United States. Environmental Protection Agency.|
|The Physical Object|
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The Mass Spectral Data Base books are available from the U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC in two parts. The first is a set of four volumes.
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The retention index values for which there is a corresponding mass spectrum are included in the NIST/EPA/NIH Mass Spectral Library. Wiley Registry of Mass Spectral Data • This database contains three collections of MS data: • (1) Wiley Registry 9th –classical EI spectra,searchable structures • (2) NIST/EPA/NIH –classical EI spectra,searchable structures.
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A modified Quality Index was adopted for quality control of the EPA/NIH Mass Spectral Data Base (the forerunner of the current NIST library) 5, 6. The algorithm, among other things, checked for obvious errors such as peaks above the highest permissible molecular ion peak, and penalized spectra for having “illogical” neutral losses or too Cited by: is the default structures database.
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A combination of the revisions of the following two books and their data base versions: Registry of mass spectral data by Einar Stenhagen, Sixten Abrahamsson, and Fred W. McLafferty; and EPA/NIH mass spectral data base by S.R.
Heller and G.W.A. Milne; and its two supplements This edition is a little hard on the eyes, but contains more : Amanda McCormick. The first release of this database for non-polar stationary phases is available with NIST/US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)/National Institutes of Health (NIH) Mass Spectral Database (June ) and through the internet (NIST Chem.
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