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Mass Spectrometry for the Novice

As the use of GC-MS continues to grow, more analysts come into contact with mass spectrometry for the first time.

Also, many analytical chemists with some MS experience will find themselves involved now with more advanced mass spec techniques.

If you (or some of your staff) fit this description, you may be interested in a recent book by John Greaves and John Roboz called Mass Spectrometry for the Novice.

Some books on the topic of mass spectrometry suffer by assuming more knowledge than many readers actually possess, this book is pitched at a lower level of awareness and is all the better for it.

If you want to improve your knowledge of mass spectrometry, you can find this book on Amazon for around £40, however, I do have a few spare copies that I am willing to give away free to the first few people to ask for one.

If you would like to receive a copy, then email: with “Book offer” in the subject line. The first three people to request a copy will get one.

Finally, on behalf of all of us here at Anatune may I wish you all a happy and prosperous 2015!

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