Mass Spectrometry
Mass Spectrometry publishes articles across a broad range of topics in fundamental and applied mass spectrometry. Fundamental topics include instrumental principles, design, development and demonstration, mechanisms of ionization, energetics and chemical structures of gas-phase ions, theories of ion fragmentation, cluster ions, and potential energy surfaces. Applied topics include analysis of compounds or substances of biological, chemical, geological and physical interest. Well-established technologies used in new compounds or simple optimization studies are not usually considered.
Mass Spectrometry is owned and published by the Mass Spectrometry Society of Japan (MSSJ). The journal is Open Access and published continuously online as articles are ready. The aim of the journal is to facilitate the communication of new discoveries and innovative studies to the scientific community, as well as to foster young scientists in the field.
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238 registered articles
(updated on December 06, 2022)
Online ISSN : 2186-5116
Print ISSN : 2187-137X
ISSN-L : 2186-5116
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Volume 10 (2021) Issue 1 Pages A0093
Effect of Phosphorylation on the Collision Cross Sections of Peptide Ions in Ion Mobility Spectrometry Read more
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2022 MSSJ Award for Excellent Paper

Volume 10 (2021) Issue 1 Pages A0100
Corona Discharge and Field Electron Emission in Ambient Air Using a Sharp Metal Needle: Formation and Reactivity of CO3−• and O2−• Read more
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2022 MSSJ Award for Excellent Paper

Volume 9 (2020) Issue 1 Pages A0085
Analytical Capability of High-Time Resolution-Multiple Collector-Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry for the Elemental and Isotopic Analysis of Metal Nanoparticles Read more
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2021 MSSJ Award for Excellent Paper

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  • "Spectrum Viewer" is a free, standalone utility for viewing a spectrum. The format of spectral data should be ASCII X-Y plot.  "Spectrum Viewer" can be installed on Windows-PC, without licensing, allowing you to share spectra with anyone outside of your group or organization.
  • This publication is supported by JSPS KAKENHI Grant Number JP21HP2005.