Author | Kenneth L. Busch

Kenneth L. Busch teaches an introductory short course on mass spectrometry through his company Wyvern Associates in Arlington, VA. His knowledge of mass spectrometry is built upon 20 years of research, and he has produced approximately 140 research publications co-authored with his graduate and undergraduate students. “Mass Spectrometry Forum” first appeared in 1994, and recently passed the “50-column” mark.  

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Acronyms in Mass Spectrometry

November 01, 2006

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Spectroscopy columnist Ken Busch once again brings readers his comprehensive list of common acronyms used in the field of mass spectrometry.

Acronyms in Mass Spectrometry

May 02, 2005

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Back by popular demand, Spectroscopy's resident MS expert, Ken Busch, presents a list of common acronyms used in the field.

Mass Spectrometry in the Analytical Sciences Digital Library

May 02, 2005

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The author reviews the Digital Library for the Analytical Sciences (ASDLib) Web site, its philosophy, a summary of its MS resources, and how it can be useful to mass spectrometry practitioners.

Acronyms in Mass Spectrometry (PDF)

April 29, 2004

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Spectroscopy columnist and MS expert Ken Busch presents an updated glossary of industry acronyms -- a handy guide for the seasoned analyst as well as those new to the field.