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Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry


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Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry is a journal whose aim is the rapid publication of original research results and ideas on all aspects of the science of gas-phase ions; it covers all the associated scientific disciplines. There is no formal limit on paper length ("rapid" is not synonymous with "brief"), but papers should be of a length that is commensurate with the importance and complexity of the results being reported. Contributions may be theoretical or practical in nature; they may deal with methods, techniques and applications, or with the interpretation of results; they may cover any area in science that depends directly on measurements made upon gaseous ions or that is associated with such measurements.

RCM will provide a forum for discussion and for the dissemination of technical information and news in this scientific field. The majority of the journal comprises Original Research Articles concerned with gas-phase ions; however to achieve the aims set out above, there are several other sections:

  • Letters to the Editor, for brief communications or for constructive comments and opinions on published work or on any matter of relevance to mass spectrometrists.
  • Book Reviews. Normally invited by the Editors, who will be pleased to receive books for possible review in this section.
  • Calendar of Events. Detailing forthcoming events of interest to mass spectroscopists.
  • Recent Events, describing mass spectrometry conferences and similar events.
  • Obituaries of well-known mass spectroscopists, either submitted by colleagues or invited.
  • Award Announcements.
  • Product Announcements about new equipment, etc.

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