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Wiley Registry™ of Mass Spectral Data, 10th Edition, and Other Specialty Wiley Mass Spectral Libraries

Wiley's libraries of MS spectra, MS/MS spectra, GC data & retention indices, and chemical names/structures can enhance your compound identification capabilities. Wiley libraries can be searched in the same manner, using the same search software, as the popular NIST MS database, and include [5~formats for most MS software systems (Agilent ChemStation/MassHunter, Thermo Xcalibur, Shimadzu GCMS Solutions, Waters MassLynx, Thermo Xcalibur, PE TurboMass, etc.). Some Wiley libraries focus on specific classes of compounds like drugs, pesticides, flavors and fragrances. Other Wiley libraries like the massive Wiley Registry are general in purpose and optionally combined with NIST MS. Some libraries like the Wiley Tandem contain MS/MS spectra.

Availabile Wiley and NIST libraries include

Library Name Date EI MS spectra MS/MS spectra GC and retention index records
NIST MS '11 (recommended base library) 2011-06 243893 95409 346757
NIST GC '11 (included with NIST MS) 2011-06 346757
NIST MSMS '12 (included with NIST MS) 2012-07 95409
Wiley 10th 2013-04 719000
Wiley 10th+NIST11/12 combined 2013-04 918000 95409 346757
Wiley Flavors/Fragrances (FFNSC) 2011-11 3000 Yes
Wiley Designer Drugs 2013-05 19037 11061
Wiley Drugs/Poisons/Pesticides/Pollutants & Metabolites (Maurer/Pfleger/Weber) 2011 8650 Yes
Wiley FAMEs Fatty Acid Methyl Esters: Mass Spectral Database 2011-11 240 YES
Wiley Physiologically Active Substances (drugs, steroid hormones, and endocrine disruptors) 2011-05 4182
Wiley Pesticides (Rolf Kühnle) 2009 1238
Wiley Pesticides with Retention Indices (Luigi Mondello) 2011 958 958
Wiley Androgens/Estrogens/Steroids 2008 3722
Wiley Organic Compounds 2004 37055
Wiley Geochemicals/Petrochemicals/Biomarkers 2003 1100
Wiley Tandem MSMS (MSforID) 2012 Mar 12048
Chart lists number of spectra or data records for each library.

and search software:

Program Name Included with Purpose
NIST MS Search NIST11 and Wiley databases EI MS, structural, and some GC and MS/MS matching against libraries; browsing, PBM, structural, and PBM search of the multiple libraries
NIST AMDIS NIST11 and free GC/MS data reading, viewing, deconvolution, and target identification; integrated with NIST MS Search
NIST GC software NISTGC GC data lookup (specialized version of NIST MS Search enhanced for GC)
SmileMS SmileMS LS MS/MS datasets matching against multiple MS/MS libraries

You can use the Online Wiley Database Search to determine which Wiley MS databases contain a given compound.

Wiley Registry™, 10th Edition Mass Spectral Library

Wiley 10th Edition - Now Shipping! Apr 2013

[Combined Wiley 10th + NIST 11/12 - Now Shipping! Apr 2013]

  • 719,000 spectra (approx. 870,000 spectra if combined with NIST 11/12)
  • 684,000 compounds (approx. 736,000 if combined with NIST 11/12)

Wiley Celebrates over 40 years of publishing the Wiley Registry™ with Dr. Fred McLafferty by announcing the 10th edition of the Wiley Registry of Mass Spectral Data. This is the largest mass spectral library ever commercially available.

Wiley Registry cover image

The Wiley Registry™ of Mass Spectral Data is one of the most trusted and comprehensive mass spectral libraries in the world, and the gold standard for detection, identification and quantification in

  • Pathology
  • Forensics/Toxicology
  • Environmental Science
  • Research and Development
  • Quality Assurance
  • Homeland Security/Law Enforcement
  • Commercial Deformulation
  • Food safety and Quality
  • Anywhere an unknown compound must be identified or a known compound must be confirmed.

Now in its 10th edition, the Wiley Registry™ contains approximately 719,000 EI mass spectra of 638,000 compounds with 684,000 searchable structures. Spectra are sourced from leading laboratories throughout the world. Most spectra are accompanied by the structure and trivial name, molecular formula, molecular weight, nominal mass and base peak.

Listing: Wiley Registry edition summary, with comparison to older versions.
  Wiley 10th Wiley 9th Wiley 8th Wiley 7th Wiley 10th /NIST12 Wiley 9th /NIST11 Wiley 9th /NIST08 Wiley 8th /NIST08 Wiley 8th /NIST05 Wiley 7th /NIST05 Wiley 7th /NIST02
Total spectra 719,000 662,000 399,383 338,000 >918,000 >800,000 796,000 approx 562,000 532,573 461,000 444,000
Unique compounds >638,000 592,000 310,000 289,000 ~736,000 >680,000 667,000 approx (not listed) (not listed) (not listed) 360,000
Chemical names >3 million (not listed) 2M 570,000 >3 million (2.9M approx) 2.9M approx >2M >2M 820,528 811,000
CAS assignments (not listed) (not listed) 246,000 221,000 (not listed) (not listed) (not listed) (not listed) (not listed) 222,553 303,000
Spectra w/ drawn structures 684,000 565,000 182,000 184,000 >877,000 770,000 approx 746,000 approx 360,000 319,256 (not listed) 229,000
GC Retention Index Library (NIST), Num Compounds none none none none 70,838 70,838 44,000 44,000 none none none
Spectra Type 70eV EI mass spectra. Versions with NIST include MS/MS spectra and GI/RI data as well.

Plot of increase in Wiley and NIST spectra over time
Figure: Number of spectra

History

The Wiley Registry™ of Mass Spectral Data started in the early 1960s through a collaboration of Drs. Einar Stenhagen, Sixten Abrahamsson, and Fred W. McLafferty, culminating in its publication in print in 1968 as the Atlas of Mass Spectral Data. The criteria for collecting the spectra are based on those established by the Non-Petroleum Mass Spectrometrists (NPMS) in 1956 for the collection of "Uncertified" EI mass spectra. These spectra were for compounds that were either new or had not necessarily been measured using standards. This was opposed to the American Petroleum Institute™s (API) collection, which insisted on "perfect" contributions); Dr. McLafferty was the first Chair of the NPMS committee. The reasons for choosing a looser criterion can be found in the most fundamental science behind mass spectrometry and its primary use. The most important use of an EI mass spectral database is for the identification of unknown mass spectra, especially those of "global unknowns." For this, the user needs a database giving the highest probability that the best match(s) for her/his unknown mass spectrum will be correct or of a closely related compound. In contrast to other "spectroscopies," mass spectrometry structural information comes from destroying the molecule. Rigid instrumentation standards gave the "perfect" API spectrum; however, without standards, a "perfect" MS spectrum is an oxymoron. Not only do the product yields vary dramatically with temperature, pressure, instrumental mass discrimination, etc., but dissociation can occur before ionization, even from bimolecular reactions.

About the Author

The most important use of an EI mass spectral database is for the identification of unknown mass spectra, especially those of "global unknowns". -- Dr. Fred W. McLafferty

Fred W. McLafferty, born in 1923, received his undergraduate degree from University of Nebraska, his PhD from Cornell and his postdoctorate from University of Iowa. In 1950, he became responsible for mass spectrometry and gas chromatography at the Dow Chemical Co. In 1964, he moved to Purdue and four years later back to Cornell where he still remains an active scientist. Today, Fred McLafferty has co-authored over 450 scientific publications and overseen the Wiley Registry for the apst 40 years. Fred McLafferty became a member of the National Academy of Sciences in 1982 and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1985. Among the number of awards received by Fred McLafferty, we note the Analytical Chemistry Fisher Award in 1981, the J.J. Thomson Gold Medal in 1985, the ACS award on Instrumentation in 1989 and the Mass Spectrometry Field and Franklin Award in 1989.
Professor Fred McLafferty is a name synonymous with the development and refinement of the mass spectrometric techniques. Dr. McLafferty was the founding father of the fundamental mechanistic scheme in mass spectrometry with systematic interpretation of mass spectra that eventually has made computerised spectral interpretation possible. Dr. McLafferty's pioneering contributions involve many areas like gaseous ion reactions (McLafferty rearrangement), instrumentation (GC/MS, LC/MS, MS/MS), special techniques (collision activated dissociation, neutralization-reionization, electron capture dissociation, pico-spray), computer data acquisition, reduction, and identification (Probability Base Matching) reference data (392K spectra), and high resolution MS/MS characterization of biomolecules and gas-phase protein folding.

Special Option: Wiley Registry™,109th Edition with NIST 2011/2012 Mass Spectral Library

The new Wiley 10 + NIST 11/12 combined library.

Wiley Registry NIST Combined Library CD cover

The Wiley 10th Edition/NIST 2011/2012 (W10/N12) combines the two most trusted collections in mass spectrometry to provide one of the most comprehensive and chemically diverse libraries ever available. Now, with the complete NIST software package bundled with every license, the Wiley/NIST provides the tools every lab needs for applications ranging from compound identification to metabolomics.

Included Libraries

  • Wiley and NIST EI-MS Library. Over 870,000 spectra, 736,000 compounds, 850,000 chemical structures, and over 3 million names.
  • NIST MS/MS Library:
    collision cell          108,678          5,109           9,232
    Ion Trap                 12,908          5,723          12,047
    Total                   121,586          6,999          15,180
  • NIST GC Retention Index Library: 346,757 index values for 70,838 compounds (38,648 in the EI library)

Included Software

  • NIST "MS Search" mass spectral library search software (note: latest version required to use large libraries)
  • NIST "AMDIS" deconvolution software

Coverage

Comprehensive coverage of small molecule organics, pharmaceutical drugs, illegal drugs, poisons, pesticides, steroids, natural products, organic compounds, flavors and fragrances, CWC banned substances and precursors, and industrial compounds.

Applications

  • Toxicology/Forensics/Public Health: The most comprehensive collection in the world covering drugs, poisons, pesticides, and metabolites.
  • Industrial R&D and Quality Assurance: a comprehensive collection of small organic compounds and their metabolites, including a combinatorial library appropriate for fragmentation analysis. Breadth of coverage allows for broader screening.
  • Research/Teaching: contains data for fragmentation analysis as well as comprehensive coverage of most compounds measurable by GC/MS.
  • Environmental: contains most known pesticides and includes precursors being used in the production of new pesticide classes.

Contents

Wiley takes the guesswork out of installation by bundling multiple manufacturer-native formats of the libraries on each DVD and providing a simple Web-browser installation screen. Each library has been tested and optimized to run on the current versions of most manufacturer's software. Below are the formats available on each DVD:

Disc 1: Wiley Registry 10th + NIST 11 (2011) Combined Library

  • 1. Agilent Chemstation (compatible with MassHunter)
  • 2. Shimadzu GCMS Solution
  • 3. Waters MassLynx
  • 4. ACD MS Manager
  • 5. NIST MS Search (compatible with Thermo Xcalibur, Varian, MassLynx, and others)
  • 6. Thermo Spectral ID
  • 7. PerkinElmer TurboMass

Disc 2: NIST/EPA/NIH 2011/2012

NIST Software unpacker / complete NIST installation

  • NIST MS Search format (compatible with Agilent Chemstation, Bruker, Jeol, Leco, Perkin Elmer TurboMass, Thermo XCalibur, Varian Saturn, Waters MassLynx and most popular mass spectrometry software systems)
  • Other native formats:
    • 1. Agilent Chemstation (compatible with MassHunter)
    • 2. Thermo GCQ/Varian ITS40
    • 3. Shimadzu GCMS Solution (does not contain structures)
    • 4. Waters MassLynx
    • 5. Thermo Spectral ID
    • 6. PerkinElmer TurboMass

Format (Compatibility) - Multiple Native Formats

The Wiley Registry of Mass Spectral Data is compatible with most manufacturer GC/MS software. Each package contains a native manufacturer format + NIST MS Search format.

Multiple format DVD contains mass spectral library in the following formats: MS Search (compatible with most mass spectrometry software), Agilent Chemstation (compatible with Chemstation and MassHunter), PerkinElmer TurboMass, Shimadzu GCMS Solution, Thermo Spectral ID, and Waters MassLynx. System requirements: Windows XP SP3, Windows VISTA SP2, Windows 7, DVD drive, 2GB RAM, 2-16GB free disk space, compatible mass spectrometry software.

Upgrade Policy

The Wiley upgrade (#WILEYW10U) requires proof of purchase of any previous edition of the Wiley Registry (the restriction of having 6th or above was removed; any version will now do). The Wiley+NIST upgrade (#WILEY10N12U) requires proof of purchase of any earlier version of the Wiley Registry/NIST or prior purchase of both the Wiley Registry and the NIST/EPA/NIH Mass Spectral Library (any previous versions of Wiley and NIST).

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WILEY10N12U Wiley 10 NIST 12 Upgrade combined library 0[*L]Standard lead-time for out-of-stock items is approximately two weeks depending on the item. $8845.00

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Ordering Notes:

ISBN Cross Reference:

  • ISBN: 978-0-470-52037-6 Wiley Registry 10th
  • ISBN: 978-1-118-52549-4 Wiley Registry 10th Upgrade
  • ISBN: 978-1-118-61611-6 Wiley Registry 10th/NIST 2012
  • ISBN: 978-1-118-61613-0 Wiley Registry 10th/NIST 2012 Upgrade
  • ISBN: 978-1-1180-1624-4 Wiley Registry 9th/NIST 2011
  • ISBN: 978-1-1180-1671-8 Wiley Registry 9th/NIST 2011 Upgrade
  • ISBN: 978-0-470-60696-4 Wiley Registry 9th/NIST 2008
  • ISBN: 978-0-470-60698-8 Wiley Registry 9th/NIST 2008 Upgrade
  • ISBN: 978-0-470-52035-2 Wiley Registry 9th
  • ISBN: 978-0-470-52036-9 Wiley Registry 9th Upgrade
  • ISBN: 978-0-470-42520-6 Wiley Registry 8th/NIST 2008
  • ISBN: 978-0-470-42519-0 Wiley Registry 8th/NIST 2008 Upgrade
  • ISBN: 978-0-470-41186-5 Wiley Registry of Mass Spectral Data, 8th Edition (TurboMass)
  • ISBN: 978-0-470-04785-9 Wiley Registry of Mass Spectral Data, 8th Edition (Chemstation)
  • ISBN: 978-0-470-11388-2 Wiley Registry of Mass Spectral Data, 8th Edition (MassLynx)
  • ISBN: 978-0-470-41187-2 Wiley Registry of Mass Spectral Data, 8th Edition (upgrade) (TurboMass)
  • ISBN: 978-0-470-41187-2 Wiley Registry of Mass Spectral Data, 8th Edition (upgrade) (Chemstation)

Mass Spectra of Physiologically Active Substances: Including drugs, steroid hormones,and endocrine disruptors 2011

May 2011, by Maria Kristina Parr, Georg Opfermann, Wilhelm Schänzer, Hugh L. J. Makin

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Steroids are of considerable therapeutic importance and play a substantial role in endocrinology, a medicine branch dealing with disorder of the endocrine system, an integrated system of small organs that involve the release of extracellular signaling molecules known as hormones.

On the other hand, steroids are increasingly being abused for performance enhancement by professional athletes, Olympians and even amateurs. The identification of small amounts of steroids in body fluids is an analytical challenge. GC/MS is one of the key analytical techniques applied in these areas. For the fast and reliable identification of steroids, mass spectral reference data are essential.

This collection is an invaluable resource for doping control, endocrinology, and clinical toxicology. Steroids are of considerable therapeutic importance but are increasingly being abused for performance enhancement.

This collection has been expended in collaboration with the Institute of Biochemistry, German Sport University Cologne, and now contains 4182 mass spectra and chemical structures of androgens and estrogens, their trimethylsilyl-, O-methoxyoxime- and acetal derivatives, and beta-2-agonists. Most spectra have been obtained on the same mass spectrometer under identical conditions. The data records include chemical name, chemical structure, molecular formula, and synonyms. Average number of peaks: 145.

Available Database Formats: ACD; Agilent Chemstation; NIST MS SEARCH; Finnigan GCQ, SSQ, TSQ, ICIS, ITS40, Magnum; INCOS; PE Turbomass; Shimadzu QP-5000; Thermo Galactic SpectralID; Varian Saturn; VG Labbase, Masslab; Waters Masslynx; Xcalibur.

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ISBN: 978-3-527-33080-5


Mass Spectra of Designer Drugs 2013

May 2013, by Peter Rösner

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Compounds classified as Designer Drugs have been synthesized since the early 1980s. This is not a precise scientific term and should only be applied to those drugs that are synthesized from common chemicals and skillfully marketed under attractive, often exotic names.

Because many designer drugs are novel or designed to evade detection, they can be overlooked or difficult to detect or characterize. The last decade has seen a proliferation of such substances, such that keeping abreast of this huge number of new drugs is a difficult task for forensic chemists and toxicologists. Compiled by a team originating from the Regional Departments of Criminal Investigation in Kiel, Hamburg, and Wiesbaden, Germany, Mass Spectra of Designer Drugs has been developed to help forensics and toxicology labs combat this epidemic.

Mass Spectra of Designer Drugs 2013 covers the entire range of designer drugs up to December 2012. Approximately 70% of the compounds covered in the Designer Drugs do not appear in either NIST 2011 or the Wiley Registry of Mass Spectral Data, 9th Edition.

The MS/MS data are a valuable and complementary supplement to the EI GC/MS collection. The MS/MS data have been acquired under standardized conditions and are fully searchable.

Contents and Compound Classes

ClassEdition: 2013Edition: 2012Edition: 2011Edition: 2010Edition: 20092008200720062005
Total Compounds:1555613420*1045094368300602946942959
Total Spectra:1903716178*12312110119658700655313437
Average peaks per spectrum:169.5162.4*161160156152
Average Quality Index:940.5935.7*938932930925
Experimental Kovats indices:11,061 (58.1%)8607*5866495738922159
Chemical structures:included
Amphetamines:1,4691125*1030904724569
Methylenedioxy-phenethylamines:666590*533514503402
Phenethylamines:2,0141555*13401032767332
Tryptamines:462366*31724320791
Piperazines:904887*361356257105
Opiates:259253*233146122118
Fentanyles:320326*320240??
Cathinones:504432*267989885
Phencyclidines:1617*14141111
Tropines:97102*73???
Indoles:894244*145???
Barbiturates:7975*58565596
Cannabinoids:255213*84???
Cannabimimetics:528165*57???
Steroids:190140*63???
Arylpropan-2-amines:266159*1091023939
Arylbutan-2-amines:433413*394386333298
indane-2-amines6746
1-aryl-2-nitro-ethenes:4342*41413326
1-aryl-2-nitroprop-1-enes:6865*65645642
1-aryl-2-nitrobut-1-enes:4444*44453839
Benzaldehydes:150146*141144124114
Designer drug isomers:*899*606375329?
Derivatives:57244533*358732582824?
Metabolites incl. derivatives:41363298*25962366
Chemical warfare agents:7171*676767166
Designer drug precursors:1,158725*639588446236
Benzodiazepines:272269*238218205187
Pharmaceutical drugs incl. metabolites:4,4604254*3357313219751429
Pesticides:315304*199166147125
Explosives:5345*25242617
Controlled compounds:26211550*11481043858?
(* data not available)

Edited by Dr. Peter Rösner, Designer Drugs 2013 updates previous editions of the database, and is updated annually.

Available Database Formats

Compatible with most current and legacy mass spectrometry data systems, including:

About the Authors

Peter Rösner (born 1944) studied Chemistry at the University of Kiel (Germany). In 1981 he became head of the toxicology department at the state agency of criminal investigation (Landeskriminalamt) in Kiel, where he focuses on drug identification and structure elucidation with GC/MS methods. Since 1992 he has also been a lecturer for mass spectrometry at the University of Kiel. In 2005, Dr. Rösner received the Jean-Servais-Stas Award from the Society of Toxicological and Forensic Chemistry in honor of his outstanding work in forensic sciences. Thomas Junge (born 1959) studied Technical Chemistry at the University of Applied Science of Lübeck (Germany). Since 1985 he has been a specialist for daughter ion mass spectroscopy in the toxicology department at the Landeskriminalamt in Kiel. His contribution was essential in building a mass spectral daughter ion data base for the structure eludication of new designer drugs. Folker Westphal (born 1965) studied Chemistry at the Universities of Hannover and Kiel (Germany), and also holds a degree as Special Chemist for Toxicology from the University of Leipzig. From 1999 to 2004 he worked at the Institute of Legal Medicine in Kiel as forensic scientist. Since 2004 he is leader of the section "Analysis of Drugs of Abuse and Forensic Toxicology" at the Landeskriminalamt in Kiel. Giselher Fritschi (born 1944) studied Chemistry at the Universities of Mainz and Karlsruhe (Germany). After a postdoc year at the University of Marburg he joined the Bundesgesundheitsamt (Federal Health Office) in Frankfurt. In 1978 he changed to the Landeskriminalamt in Wiesbaden as forensic expert for toxicological analysis, focusing on the structure elucidation of new designer drugs.

Market

Organic chemists involved in structure elucidation; Spectroscopists; Chemical and pharmaceutical companies; Chemistry, biochemistry and pharmaceutical faculties; Governmental institutions; Crime laboratories; Doping control laboratories.

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See also: Combatting Designer Drugs Head On (remote), Chemistry Views, May 2012, Sewall -- "Before a mass spectrum of a compound enters Mass Spectra of Designer Drugs, it is examined by at least three experienced mass spectrometrists skilled in mass spectral interpretations. Any single electron ionization mass spectrum additionally passes through an incorruptible computerized process. This digital evaluation process ends with the calculation of Quality Index for Reference Mass developed by Professor Fred W. McLafferty. This quality index (QI) is a numerical value between 0 and 1000 and the product of seven quality factors. In only rare cases such as ion trap spectra, metabolites, very compact molecules, or an uncommon substance-specific fragmentation, are spectra with a quality index below 900 accepted."


Mass Spectra of Pesticides 2009

by Rolf Kühnle, June 2009

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A pesticide is any substance or mixture of substances intended for preventing, destroying, repelling, or mitigating any pest. Because most pesticides are designed to be toxic to their target pest and because any substance can be harmful if used improperly, pesticide use is strictly controlled. Environmental monitoring and reliable identification of pesticides in small amounts requires sophisticated analytical techniques such as mass spectrometry. To identify a pesticide, searchable mass spectral reference data are indispensible. This new 2009 collection includes 1238 high quality mass spectra of pesticides such as insecticides, acaroids, nematicides, fungizides, rotendicides, mollucicides and repellents. The mass spectra are unreduced. Chemical structure, CAS RN, synonym and systematic name, molecular weight, molecular formula and experimental conditions complete the data record.

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Mass Spectra of Pesticides with Retention Indices 2011

by Prof Luigi Mondello, November 2011

The Purest Samples Make the Best Pesticides Library

Mass Spectra of Pesticides contains 925 pesticides and 33 saturated hydrocarbons (C7-40) spectra with retention indices and chemical structures. All the spectra, registered with official CAS information, have been acquired from the injection of pure chemicals. All the retention indices reported have been verified with data reported in the specific literature, and tested for repeatability. The compounds had been tested three times during a six-month period.

The mass spectra and retention indices registered in the Mass Spectra of Pesticides library were obtained using the Shimadzu GCMS- QP2010 by the Mondello group of the University of Messina in Italy using the SLB-5ms.

Available Formats: Formats included on the disc include Agilent Chemstation and Masshunter, ACD/Labs MS Manager, NIST software (compatible with JEOL, Leco, Bruker, Thermo xCalibur), PerkinElmer TurboMass, Thermo Spectral ID, Waters TurboMass. Note: We do not offer the Shimadzu GCMS Solution format.

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FFNSC 2.0 - Flavors and Fragrances of Natural and Synthetic Compounds - Mass Spectral Database (Nov 2011)

by Prof Luigi Mondello

A Powerful Tool for Advanced Component Identification in Complex Mixtures

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2nd Edition Expanded by 64%

Essential oils are mixtures consisting of monoterpene and sesquiterpene hydrocarbons, their oxygenated derivatives, and aliphatic oxygenated compounds. The difficulties that arise in the GC-MS peak identification of these complex samples is due to the fact that many terpenes have identical mass spectra. This is a consequence of similarities both in the initial molecule, or in the fragmentation patterns and rearrangements after ionization. Hence, MS identification of these compounds should always be accompanied by retention time information that may support the MS library search results. This innovative MS library for natural and synthetic products (essential oils, perfumes, etc.) makes the identification of unknown compounds in complex mixtures easier, faster and more reliable.

The use of chromatographic information, such as Linear Retention Index (LRI), can be used to filter MS results, enabling the more reliable peak assignment of components in complex mixtures.

Mass spectra, relative to standard and well-known simple matrix components, were obtained and recorded through GC-MS separation/identification. Furthermore, traditional information relative to each component (CAS number, common name, CAS name, molecular weight, compound formula, chemical class) plus linear retention index values are entered.

Flavors and Fragrances of Natural and Synthetic Compounds, 2nd edition contains 3000 mass spectra, LRI retention data, calculated Kovats RI, and searchable chemical structures of compounds of interest for the flavors and fragrances industry. Prepared by the Prof. Luigi Mondello under rigorous measurement conditions, the mass spectral library contains compounds central to flavor and fragrance research.

Statistics:

version:    2.0    1.3
# spectra:  3000   1831

Coverage includes the most important flavors and fragrances compounds.

Applications: Industrial R&D and Quality Assurance: a high quality collection of natural and synthetic compounds for the flavors and fragrances industry critical for quality assurance, quality control, flavors and fragrance R&D, and competitive intelligence.

Contents

About the author

Prof. Luigi Mondello is a leading figure in flavors and fragrances research, and is editor of the Journal of Separation Science and of Flavour and Fragrance Journal, both published by John Wiley & Sons and serves as a reviewer for 19 different Journals in the field of Analytical Chemistry and Food Chemistry.

Prof. Dr. Luigi Mondello is Professor at the Dipartimento Farmaco-chimico of the University of Messina, Italy. He received a degree in Chemistry from the University of Messina in 1991. Prof. Mondello teaches the course of Analytical Chemistry and of Food Chemistry at the School of Pharmacy of the University of Messina, and the course of Food Chemistry at the Campus Biomedico in Rome. He is the author of about 100 scientific papers, 13 book chapters, 2 reviews co-editor of a book on Multidimensional Chromatography (Wiley), and he has been chairman and invited lecturer in national and international congresses and meetings. His research interests include Chromatography techniques (HRGC, HPLC, HRGC/MS, HPLC/MS, OPLC) and the development of coupled techniques such as LC-GC-MS, GC-GC, Orthogonal GC, LC-LC and their applications in the study of natural complex matrices. Prof. Mondello has been member of the organizing committees of national and international meetings and he is permanent member of the scientific committee of the International Symposium on Capillary Chromatography held in Riva del Garda, Chairmen of the 35th International Symposium on Essential Oils, member of the Committee of the Italian Separation Science Group of the Italian Chemical Society, member of the advisory board of Journal of Separation Science and editor of Flavour and Fragrance Journal.

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Mass Spectra of Androgens, Estrogens, and other Steroids 2008

by Hugh L. J. Makin

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Steroids are of considerable therapeutic importance but are increasingly being abused for performance enhancement. This newly expended collection contains 3722 mass spectra and chemical structurs of androgens and estrogens and their trimethylsilyl-, O-methoxyoxime- and acetal derivatives. Most spectra have been obtained on the same mass spectrometer under identical conditions. The data records include chemical name, chemical structure, molecular formula, and synonyms. Average number of peaks: 157.

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About the Author

Professor Hugh L. J. Makin, Forensic Toxicology, G K Consultants, UK.

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Mass Spectral and GC Data of Drugs, Poisons, Pesticides, Pollutants and Their Metabolites 2011

by Hans H. Maurer, Karl Pfleger, Armin A. Weber

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The world's most comprehensive reference for clinical and forensic toxicologists is keeping pace with recent developments in clinical and forensic toxicology in its new release: Another 1000 new spectra have been revised or added to this gold standard, including novel therapeutics, designer drugs, herbal drugs, and a broad range of AIDS therapeutics, for a total of 8,650 clinically relevant substances, including more than 5,200 metabolites.

To aid in compound identification, all substances are classified according to their toxicological categories. The bundle of database (on CD-ROM) and printed atlas (in two hardbound volumes) contains the carefully collected and verified mass spectral and GC data for almost 9000 substances, complete with an overview on experimental methods, plus compound indices by name and substance category. A truly unique collection of data obtained over the course of almost three decades.

Compound Classes (2007)

Acaricides, Alcohol deterrents, Alkaloids, Anabolics, Analgesics/Antiphlogistics, Deuterated Analytical standards, Androgens, Anesthetics, Anorectics, Anthelmintics, Antiamebics, Antiandrogens, Antiarrhythmics, Antibiotics, Anticholesteremics, Anticoagulants, Anticonvulsants, Antidepressants, Antidiabetics, Antidiarrheals, Antidotes, Antiemetics, Antiestrogens, Antifreezes (Glycols), Antihistamines, Antihypertensives, Antimalarials, Antimigraines, Antimycotics, Antineoplastics, Antioxidants, Antiparkinsonians, Antirheumatics, Antiseptics, Antispasmotics, Antitussives, Beta-Blockers, Biomolecules, Bronchodilators, Ca Antagonists, Chemicals, Coronary dilators, Corticoids, Counterirritant, Derivatizing agents, Dermatics, Designer drugs, Disinfectants, Diuretics, Emetics, Estrogens, Expectorants, Fatty acids, Flavors, Fungicides, Gestagens, Heat transfer agents, Herbicides, Hydrocarbons, Hypnotics, Ingredients of tar, Insecticides, Laxatives, Local anesthetics, Molluscicides, Muscle relaxants, Neuroleptics, Parasympatholytics, Parasympathomimetics, Pesticides, Plant ingredients, Plasticizers, Pollutants, Potent analgesics, Potent antitussives, Preservatives, Psychedelics, Refrigerants, Rodenticides, Rubber additives, Rubefacients, Scabicides, Sedatives, Serotonin antagonists, Softeners, Solvents, Stimulants, Sugars, Sugar alcohols, Sweeteners, Sympathomimetics, Thrombocyte aggregation, Thyreostatics, Toccolytics, Tranquilizers, Tuberculostatics, Uricosurics, Urinary antiseptics, UV Absorbers, Vasoconstrictors, Vasodilators, Virustatics, Vitamins.

Compound Names

The international non-proprietary names for drugs (INN), the common names for pesticides and the chemical names for chemicals are used. If necessary, a synonym index, should be consulted. If the compound is a common metabolite or derivative of several parent compounds, then all known parent compounds are given.

Structure:

The formulas are redrawn in the molefile format allowing their use in electronic databases. They are zoomed to fit the available space. Formulas of metabolites or artifacts are those of their probable structures. If the position of a substituent is unknown, the substituent is fixed with a tilde. Unknown substituents are named "R".

Molecular mass:

The molecular masses were calculated from the atomic masses of the -most abundant isotopes.

Retention Index:

The RIs were measured by GC-MS on methyl silicone capillary columns -using a temperature program. The RIs of compounds with an asterisk (*) -are not detectable by nitrogen-selective flame-ionization detection (NFID).

Detected:

The compound could be detected in the given samples after the given sample preparation. These data have been evaluated from about 80000 clinical and forensic cases.

CAS Registry Number:

The Registry Number of the Chemical Abstracts Services (CAS) is given -here. If only derivatives or metabolites of a compound were included in -this handbook, the CAS number of the corresponding parent compound -with the prefix "#" is given.

Recorded from:

Type of sample from which the spectrum was recorded. If the spectrum -was recorded from samples of biological origin, it should be taken into -consideration that fragment ions from sample impurities may be present -in the spectrum. With experience, it is possible to decide whether these -ions can be ignored.

Categories:

The major pharmacological category is given. Additional information including abbreviations are given in the Print ersion.

Available Database Formats (2011)

Available Database Formats: ACD; Agilent Chemstation; NIST MSSEARCH; Finnigan GCQ, SSQ, TSQ, ICIS, INCOS, Iontrap, ITS40, Magnum; INCOS; PE Turbomass; Shimadzu QP-2010; Thermo Galactic SpectralID; Varian Saturn;VG Labbase, Masslab; Waters Masslynx; Xcalibar.

Note (2007): Under MassHunter, the ChemStation .L format in this library is "reduced," which means it displays fewer peaks. This is not the case with the other formats. This issue is planned to be worked on. Please ask us if you need a status update on this.

Structures are drawn in mol file format.

Market

Toxicologists; Clinical Chemists; Environmental Chemists; -Spectroscopists; Forensic Scientists; Hospitals; Investigating Authorities -

Comments (2007)

"An invaluable source of reference for any environmental, toxilogical or analytical laboratory" -- Rapid Communications in MS

About the Autors

Karl Pfleger was appointed head of the Department of Toxicology at the Saarland University in Homburg/Saar, Germany, in 1967. In the late 1970s he developed, together with his PhD student Hans H. Maurer, novel analysis procedures for identification and Quantification of drugs, poisons and their metabolites in body samples. they introduced mass spectrometry as the gold standard into clinical and forensic toxicology. In 1985, they published the first edition of their unique handbook of GC and MS data together with Armin A. Weber, who was and is responsible for all technical and software developments, including the mass spectral database that was developed from the printed collection. In 1987, Karl Pfleger received the Jean-Servais Stas Medal of the Gesellschaft fur Toxikologische und Forensische Chemie (GTFCh). In 1992, Karl Pfleger retired and Hans H. Maurer became his successor as professor and head of the department. His main areas of research are analytical t oxicology (GC-MS, LC-MS) and metabolism of xenobiotics. He has published over 130 original papers and 20 invited reviews. He has received several scientific awards, including the Young Investigator Award of the Homburg Medical Faculty in 1983, the Irving Sunshine Award for Outstanding Contributions to Clinical Toxicology of the International Association of Therapeutic Drug Monitoring and Clinical Toxicology (IATDMCT) in 1997, the Alan Curry Lifetime Achievement Award of The International Association of Forensic Toxicologists (TIAFT) for Outstanding Contributions to Forensic Toxicology in 2003, and the Doctor Honoris causa title of the University of Ghent in 2007. He is the current President of IATDMCT (since 2007), Councillor of TIAFT (since 2005) and treasurer of GTFCh (since 1987).

Statistics

Edition            # Data Sets  Revised/Added
1st edition 1985   1500
2nd edition 1992   4700
supplemental 2000  6700
3rd edition 2007   7840         1900
4th edition 2011   8650         >1000

Compounds by class (2011):
metabolites        +5200
acetylated         +3800
methylated         +1500
trimethylsilylated +1200
triflouroacetylated +800
pentaflouroacetylated +500
heptaflourobutyrylated +500

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ISBN: 978-3-527-32398-2 (2001), (old 2007 version): 9783527321469,9783527323289,9873527315383


Mass Spectra of Organic Compounds (SpecData) - 2004

by Alexander Yarkov

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The collection contains 37,055 mass spectra of organic compounds. The data resulted from quality control in combinatorial synthesis and cover a wide range of structure classes. The compounds are applied for screening purposes in drug discovery.

Each record contains:

Mass Spectra of Organic Compounds is an exceptional value for labs focused on combinatorial synthesis.

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Alexander Yarkov, Institute of Physiologically Active Compounds RAS, -Russia.

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Mass Spectra of Geochemicals, Petrochemicals and Biomarkers (SpecData) - 2003

by J. W. De Leeuw

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This high-quality database for the organic, geo-, and/or petrochemist features:

About the Author

Prof. Dr. J.W. de Leeuw is Chair of Organic Geochemistry, Department of Earth Sciences - Geochemistry, Faculty of Geosciences, -Utrecht University, The Netherlands.

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Wiley FAMEs Fatty Acid Methyl Esters: Mass Spectral Database

Fatty acids are important compounds in food analysis since they are sample-specific. They can be used as markers or their profile can be used as a fingerprint (e.g., bacteria fatty acids) or to reveal fraud (e.g., seed oil added to olive oil). In GC, fatty acids are analyzed after derivatization to methyl esters (FAMEs). FAME is a library of 240 spectra and structures of fatty acid methyl esters, including their Linear Retention Index and calculated Kovats Retention Index. The database contains linear retention index data, registered using an alkane mixture on an apolar column and using also a FAMEs and a FAEEs (fatty acid ethyl esters) mixture on a polar one. The addition of the retention index data enables more reliable compound matching and identification of unknowns.

While other methods, such as LC-MSMS can be used, when using such a highly selective method technicians can only detect what they are looking for, while when performing broader TIC screening using GC/MS, no information is lost. Applications include building FAMEs profiles of target bacteria (e.g., Pseudomonas aeruginosa).

Available in six manufacturer formats for use with most common mass spectrometry applications: 1) NIST MS Search, 2) Agilent Chemstation, 3) PerkinElmer TurboMass, 4) ThermoFisher Spectral ID, 5) Waters MassLynx, and 6) ACD/Labs MSManager. Shimadzu GCMS Solution format is only available from Shimadzu.

Data were acquired on a GCMS QP2010 Plus (Shimadzu), Autosampler AOC-20i (Shimadzu), split/splitless injector inlet, Supelcowax 30 m x 0.25 mm x 0.25 μm (Supelco), Helium in constant linear velocity mode (35cm/s) carrier gas, with an oven temperature of 50°C to 280°C (or 350°C) at 3°C/min. Ion source temperature 220°C, interface temperature 250°C, scan range 50-550 u, EI 70 eV.

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Older Notes

Mass Spectra of Pharmaceuticals and Agrochemicals 2006, by Rolf Kühnle, ISBN: 978-3-527-31615-1. has been superseded by Mass Spectra of Pesticides.


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