For the latest ASMS information, visit the ASMS Home Page.What is ASMS?
The American Society of Mass Spectrometry is the backbone organization of mass spectrometer users throughout the world. The purpose of the organization is to promote and disseminate knowledge about mass spectrometry and allied topics. Membership includes over 3,500 scientists from academic, industrial and governmental laboratories. Their disciplines include chemistry, geology, biological sciences, environmental sciences, forensic science, food science and physics. A meeting is held once a year in the United States at which papers and posters are presented by the members in all areas relating to mass spectrometry. In addition they publish the ASMS journal entitled "The Journal of the American Society of Mass Spectrometry" through Elsevier.
SIS "Ice Cream Sundae" Hospitality Suite at the annual meetings.
Yttria coated filament at start
Yttria coated filament after 16,000 cycles