Mass Spectrometry Reviews
Mass Spectrometry Reviews (usually abbreviated as Mass Spectrom. Rev.), is a peer-reviewed scientific journal, published since 1982 by John Wiley & Sons. In six issues per year, it publishes reviews in selected topics of mass spectrometry and associated scientific disciplines.
Editor-in-Chief: Dominic M. Desiderio
Impact Factor: 10.623
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2009: 1/39 (Spectroscopy)
Online ISSN: 1098-2787
Aims and Scope
The aim of the journal Mass Spectrometry Reviews is to publish well-written reviews in selected topics in the various sub-fields of mass spectrometry as a means to summarize the research that has been performed in that area, to focus attention of other researchers, to critically review the published material, and to stimulate further research in that area.
The scope of the published reviews include, but are not limited to topics, such as theoretical treatments, instrumental design, ionization methods, analyzers, detectors, application to the qualitative and quantitative analysis of various compounds or elements, basic ion chemistry and structure studies, ion energetic studies, and studies on biomolecules, polymers, etc.
Mass spectrometrists · analytical chemists · biologists
Mass spectrometry, Instrumentation, Structure elucidation, Reviews, Analysis, Proteomics, Functional proteomics, Ionization, Protein interactions, Quantitation, Fragmentation, Sequencing, journal, online journal, Wiley Online Library
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