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Looking through the Mass-to-Charge Ratio: Past, Present and Future Perspectives

Mass Spectrometry Letters, (P)2233-4203; (E)2093-8950
2021, v.12 no.4, pp.126-130
https://doi.org/10.5478/MSL.2021.12.4.126
Shin Seung Koo (Pohang University of Science and Technology)

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Abstract

The mass spectrometry (MS) provides the mass-to-charge ratios of atoms, molecules, stable/metastable complexes, and their fragments. I have taken a long journey with MS to address outstanding issues and problems by experiments and theory and gain insights into underlying principles in chemistry. By looking through the mass-to-charge ratio, I have studied thermo-chemical problems in silicon chemistry, the infrared multiphoton dissociation spectroscopy of organometallic intermediates, uni-molecular dissociations of halotoluene radical cations, and the kinetics of association/dissociation of alkali halide triple ions with Lewis bases. Various MS platforms have been used to characterize non-covalent interactions between porphyrins and fullerenes and those between the group IIB ions and trioctylchalcogenides, and to examine the binding of the group IA, IIA and porphyrin ions to G-quadruplex DNA. Recently, I have focused on mass-balanced H/D isotope dipeptide tags for MS-based quantitative proteomics, a simple chemical modification method for MS-based lipase assay, and the kinetics and dynamics of energy-variable collision-induced dissociation of chemically modified peptides. Now, I see an important role of MS in global issues in the post-COVID era, as the society demands high standards for indoor air quality to contain the airborne-pathogen transmission as well as in-situ monitoring and tracking of carbon emissions to reduce global warming.



Submission Date
2021-11-30
Revised Date
2021-12-08
Accepted Date
2021-12-08
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