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30 
31 #ifndef _CV_HPP_
32 #define _CV_HPP_
33 
34 
35 #include <string>
36 #include <vector>
37 #include <map>
39 
40 
41 // [psi-ms.obo]
42 #define _PSI_MS_OBO_
43 // format-version: 1.2
44 // data-version: 3.30.0
45 // date: 06:08:2012 08:01
46 // saved-by: Gerhard Mayer
47 // auto-generated-by: OBO-Edit 2.2
48 // import: http://unit-ontology.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/unit.obo
49 // default-namespace: MS
50 // remark: namespace: MS
51 // remark: version: 3.30.0
52 // remark: release date: 2012-08-06
53 // remark: coverage: Mass spectrometer output files and spectra interpretation
54 // remark: creator: Matt Chambers <matt.chambers <-at-> vanderbilt.edu>
55 // remark: creator: Andreas Bertsch <bertsch <-at-> informatik.uni-tuebingen.de>
56 // remark: creator: Marius Kallhardt <Marius.Kallhardt <-at-> bdal.de>
57 // remark: creator: Eric Deutsch <edeutsch <-at-> systemsbiology.org>
58 // remark: creator: Fredrik Levander <fredrik.levander <-at-> immun.lth.se>
59 // remark: creator: Gerhard Mayer <mayerg97 <-at-> rub.de>
60 // remark: publisher: HUPO Proteomics Standards Initiative Mass Spectrometry Standards Working Group and HUPO Proteomics Standards Initiative Proteomics Informatics Working Group
61 // remark: When appropriate the definition and synonyms of a term are reported exactly as in the chapter 12 of IUPAC orange book. See http://www.iupac.org/projects/2003/2003-056-2-500.html.
62 //
63 // [unimod.obo]
64 #define _UNIMOD_OBO_
65 // format-version: 1.2
66 // date: 2012:08:03 09:20
67 //
68 // [unit.obo]
69 #define _UNIT_OBO_
70 // format-version: 1.2
71 // date: 12:10:2011 11:21
72 // saved-by: George Gkoutos
73 // auto-generated-by: OBO-Edit 2.1-beta13
74 // subsetdef: unit_group_slim "unit group slim"
75 // subsetdef: unit_slim "unit slim"
76 // default-namespace: unit.ontology
77 // namespace-id-rule: * UO:$sequence(7,0,9999999)$
78 // import: http://purl.obolibrary.org/obo/pato.obo
79 //
80 
81 
82 namespace pwiz {
83 namespace cv {
84 
85 
86 /// enumeration of controlled vocabulary (CV) terms, generated from OBO file(s)
87 enum PWIZ_API_DECL CVID
88 {
90 
91  /// Proteomics Standards Initiative Mass Spectrometry Vocabularies: Proteomics Standards Initiative Mass Spectrometry Vocabularies.
93 
94  /// sample number: A reference number relevant to the sample under study.
95  MS_sample_number = 1000001,
96 
97  /// sample name: A reference string relevant to the sample under study.
98  MS_sample_name = 1000002,
99 
100  /// sample state: The chemical phase of a pure sample, or the state of a mixed sample.
101  MS_sample_state = 1000003,
102 
103  /// sample mass: Total mass of sample used.
104  MS_sample_mass = 1000004,
105 
106  /// sample volume: Total volume of solution used.
107  MS_sample_volume = 1000005,
108 
109  /// sample concentration: Concentration of sample in picomol/ul, femtomol/ul or attomol/ul solution used.
111 
112  /// inlet type: The nature of the sample inlet.
113  MS_inlet_type = 1000007,
114 
115  /// ionization type: The method by which gas phase ions are generated from the sample.
117 
118  /// ionization mode: Whether positive or negative ions are selected for analysis by the spectrometer.
120 
121  /// analyzer type: The common name of the particular analyzer stage being described. Synonym of mass analyzer, should be obsoleted.
122  MS_analyzer_type = 1000010,
123 
124  /// mass resolution: Smallest mass difference between two equal magnitude peaks so that the valley between them is a specified fraction of the peak height.
126 
127  /// resolution measurement method: Which of the available standard measures is used to define whether two peaks are separate.
129 
130  /// resolution type: Specify the nature of resolution for the mass analyzer. Resolution is usually either constant with respect to m/z or proportional to m/z.
132 
133  /// accuracy: Accuracy is the degree of conformity of a measured mass to its actual value.
134  MS_accuracy = 1000014,
135 
136  /// scan rate: Rate in Th/sec for scanning analyzers.
137  MS_scan_rate = 1000015,
138 
139  /// scan start time: The time that an analyzer started a scan, relative to the start of the MS run.
141 
142  /// Scan Function: Describes the type of mass analysis being performed. Two primary modes are: typical acquisition over a range of masses (Mass Scan), and Selected Ion Detection. The primary difference is that Selected Ion Detection produces a single value for the signal at the selected mass rather than producing a mass spectrum.
143  MS_Scan_Function = 1000017,
144 
145  /// scan direction: Direction in terms of m/z of the scan for scanning analyzers (low to high, or high to low).
146  MS_scan_direction = 1000018,
147 
148  /// scan law: Describes the function in control of the m/z scan (for scanning instruments). Commonly the scan function is linear, but in principle any function can be used.
149  MS_scan_law = 1000019,
150 
151  /// scanning method: Describes the acquisition data type produced by a tandem mass spectrometry experiment.
153 
154  /// reflectron state: Status of the reflectron, turned on or off.
156 
157  /// TOF Total Path Length: The length of the field free drift space in a time of flight mass spectrometer.
159 
160  /// isolation width: The total width (i.e. not half for plus-or-minus) of the gate applied around a selected precursor ion.
162 
163  /// final MS exponent: Final MS level achieved when performing PFF with the ion trap (e.g. MS E10).
165 
166  /// magnetic field strength: A property of space that produces a force on a charged particle equal to qv x B where q is the particle charge and v its velocity.
168 
169  /// B (magnetic field strength): A property of space that produces a force on a charged particle equal to qv x B where q is the particle charge and v its velocity.
171 
172  /// detector type: Type of detector used in the mass spectrometer.
173  MS_detector_type = 1000026,
174 
175  /// detector acquisition mode: Method by which detector signal is acquired by the data system.
177 
178  /// detector resolution: The resolving power of the detector to detect the smallest difference between two ions so that the valley between them is a specified fraction of the peak height.
180 
181  /// sampling frequency: The rate of signal sampling (measurement) with respect to time.
183 
184  /// vendor: Name of instrument vendor.
186 
187  /// instrument model: Instrument model name not including the vendor's name.
189 
190  /// customization: Free text description of a single customization made to the instrument; for several modifications, use several entries.
191  MS_customization = 1000032,
192 
193  /// deisotoping: The removal of isotope peaks to represent the fragment ion as one data point and is commonly done to reduce complexity. It is done in conjunction with the charge state deconvolution.
194  MS_deisotoping = 1000033,
195 
196  /// charge deconvolution: The determination of the mass of an ion based on the mass spectral peaks that represent multiple-charge ions.
198 
199  /// peak picking: Spectral peak processing conducted on the acquired data to convert profile data to centroided data.
200  MS_peak_picking = 1000035,
201 
202  /// scan mode: OBSOLETE.
204 
205  /// polarity: Terms to describe the polarity setting of the instrument.
206  MS_polarity = 1000037,
207 
208  /// minute: Acquisition time in minutes.
210 
211  /// second: Acquisition time in seconds.
213 
214  /// m/z: Three-character symbol m/z is used to denote the quantity formed by dividing the mass of an ion in unified atomic mass units by its charge number (regardless of sign). The symbol is written in italicized lower case letters with no spaces. Note 1: The term mass-to-charge-ratio is deprecated. Mass-to-charge ratio has been used for the abscissa of a mass spectrum, although the quantity measured is not the quotient of the ion's mass to its electric charge. The three-character symbol m/z is recommended for the quantity that is the independent variable in a mass spectrum Note 2: The proposed unit thomson (Th) is deprecated.
215  MS_m_z = 1000040,
216 
217  /// mass-to-charge ratio (m/z): Three-character symbol m/z is used to denote the quantity formed by dividing the mass of an ion in unified atomic mass units by its charge number (regardless of sign). The symbol is written in italicized lower case letters with no spaces. Note 1: The term mass-to-charge-ratio is deprecated. Mass-to-charge ratio has been used for the abscissa of a mass spectrum, although the quantity measured is not the quotient of the ion's mass to its electric charge. The three-character symbol m/z is recommended for the quantity that is the independent variable in a mass spectrum Note 2: The proposed unit thomson (Th) is deprecated.
219 
220  /// Th (m/z): Three-character symbol m/z is used to denote the quantity formed by dividing the mass of an ion in unified atomic mass units by its charge number (regardless of sign). The symbol is written in italicized lower case letters with no spaces. Note 1: The term mass-to-charge-ratio is deprecated. Mass-to-charge ratio has been used for the abscissa of a mass spectrum, although the quantity measured is not the quotient of the ion's mass to its electric charge. The three-character symbol m/z is recommended for the quantity that is the independent variable in a mass spectrum Note 2: The proposed unit thomson (Th) is deprecated.
222 
223  /// thomson (m/z): Three-character symbol m/z is used to denote the quantity formed by dividing the mass of an ion in unified atomic mass units by its charge number (regardless of sign). The symbol is written in italicized lower case letters with no spaces. Note 1: The term mass-to-charge-ratio is deprecated. Mass-to-charge ratio has been used for the abscissa of a mass spectrum, although the quantity measured is not the quotient of the ion's mass to its electric charge. The three-character symbol m/z is recommended for the quantity that is the independent variable in a mass spectrum Note 2: The proposed unit thomson (Th) is deprecated.
225 
226  /// charge state: The charge state of the ion, single or multiple and positive or negatively charged.
227  MS_charge_state = 1000041,
228 
229  /// z (charge state): The charge state of the ion, single or multiple and positive or negatively charged.
231 
232  /// peak intensity: Intensity of ions as measured by the height or area of a peak in a mass spectrum.
233  MS_peak_intensity = 1000042,
234 
235  /// intensity unit: Intensity units are commonly arbitrary. Detected in counts per second (cps) when using counting detectors, but measured in volts when using analog detectors.
236  MS_intensity_unit = 1000043,
237 
238  /// dissociation method: Fragmentation method used for dissociation or fragmentation.
240 
241  /// collision energy: Energy for an ion experiencing collision with a stationary gas particle resulting in dissociation of the ion.
243 
244  /// energy unit: Energy units are represented in either eV or Joules.
246 
247  /// emulsion: State if the sample is in emulsion form.
248  MS_emulsion = 1000047,
249 
250  /// gas: State if the sample is in gaseous form.
251  MS_gas = 1000048,
252 
253  /// liquid: State if the sample is in liquid form.
254  MS_liquid = 1000049,
255 
256  /// solid: State if the sample is in solid form.
257  MS_solid = 1000050,
258 
259  /// solution: State if the sample is in solution form.
260  MS_solution = 1000051,
261 
262  /// suspension: State if the sample is in suspension form.
263  MS_suspension = 1000052,
264 
265  /// sample batch: Sample batch lot identifier.
266  MS_sample_batch = 1000053,
267 
268  /// chromatography: Chromatographic conditions used to obtain the sample.
269  MS_chromatography = 1000054,
270 
271  /// continuous flow fast atom bombardment: Fast atom bombardment ionization in which the analyte in solution is entrained in a flowing liquid matrix.
273 
274  /// CF-FAB (continuous flow fast atom bombardment): Fast atom bombardment ionization in which the analyte in solution is entrained in a flowing liquid matrix.
276 
277  /// direct inlet: The sample is directly inserted into the ion source, usually on the end of a heatable probe.
278  MS_direct_inlet = 1000056,
279 
280  /// electrospray inlet: Inlet used for introducing the liquid sample into an electrospray ionization source.
282 
283  /// flow injection analysis: Sample is directly injected or infused into the ionization source.
285 
286  /// inductively coupled plasma: A gas discharge ion source in which the energy to the plasma is supplied by electromagnetic induction.
288 
289  /// infusion: The continuous flow of solution of a sample into the ionization source.
290  MS_infusion = 1000060,
291 
292  /// jet separator: A device that separates carrier gas from gaseous analyte molecules on the basis of diffusivity.
293  MS_jet_separator = 1000061,
294 
295  /// membrane separator: A device to separate carrier molecules from analyte molecules on the basis of ease of diffusion across a semipermeable membrane.
297 
298  /// moving belt: Continuous moving surface in the form of a belt which passes through an ionsource carrying analyte molecules.
299  MS_moving_belt = 1000063,
300 
301  /// moving wire: Continuous moving surface in the form of a wire which passes through an ionsource carrying analyte molecules.
302  MS_moving_wire = 1000064,
303 
304  /// open split: A division of flowing stream of liquid into two streams.
305  MS_open_split = 1000065,
306 
307  /// particle beam: Method for generating ions from a solution of an analyte.
308  MS_particle_beam = 1000066,
309 
310  /// reservoir: A sample inlet method involving a reservoir.
311  MS_reservoir = 1000067,
312 
313  /// septum: A disc composed of a flexible material that seals the entrance to the reservoir. Can also be enterance to the vaccum chamber.
314  MS_septum = 1000068,
315 
316  /// thermospray inlet: A method for generating gas phase ions from a solution of an analyte by rapid heating of the sample.
318 
319  /// atmospheric pressure chemical ionization: Chemical ionization that takes place at atmospheric pressure as opposed to the reduced pressure is normally used for chemical ionization.
321 
322  /// APCI (atmospheric pressure chemical ionization): Chemical ionization that takes place at atmospheric pressure as opposed to the reduced pressure is normally used for chemical ionization.
324 
325  /// chemical ionization: The formation of a new ion by the reaction of a neutral species with an ion. The process may involve transfer of an electron, a proton or other charged species between the reactants. When a positive ion results from chemical ionization the term may be used without qualification. When a negative ion results the term negative ion chemical ionization should be used. Note that this term is not synonymous with chemi-ionization.
327 
328  /// CI (chemical ionization): The formation of a new ion by the reaction of a neutral species with an ion. The process may involve transfer of an electron, a proton or other charged species between the reactants. When a positive ion results from chemical ionization the term may be used without qualification. When a negative ion results the term negative ion chemical ionization should be used. Note that this term is not synonymous with chemi-ionization.
330 
331  /// Electronic Ionization: The ionization of an atom or molecule by electrons that are typically accelerated to energies between 50 and 150 eV. Usually 70 eV electrons are used to produce positive ions. The term 'electron impact' is not recommended.
333 
334  /// EI (Electronic Ionization): The ionization of an atom or molecule by electrons that are typically accelerated to energies between 50 and 150 eV. Usually 70 eV electrons are used to produce positive ions. The term 'electron impact' is not recommended.
336 
337  /// electrospray ionization: A process in which ionized species in the gas phase are produced from an analyte-containing solution via highly charged fine droplets, by means of spraying the solution from a narrow-bore needle tip at atmospheric pressure in the presence of a high electric field. When a pressurized gas is used to aid in the formation of a stable spray, the term pneumatically assisted electrospray ionization is used. The term ion spray is not recommended.
339 
340  /// ESI (electrospray ionization): A process in which ionized species in the gas phase are produced from an analyte-containing solution via highly charged fine droplets, by means of spraying the solution from a narrow-bore needle tip at atmospheric pressure in the presence of a high electric field. When a pressurized gas is used to aid in the formation of a stable spray, the term pneumatically assisted electrospray ionization is used. The term ion spray is not recommended.
342 
343  /// fast atom bombardment ionization: The ionization of any species by the interaction of a focused beam of neutral atoms having a translational energy of several thousand eV with a sample that is typically dissolved in a solvent matrix. See also secondary ionization.
345 
346  /// FAB (fast atom bombardment ionization): The ionization of any species by the interaction of a focused beam of neutral atoms having a translational energy of several thousand eV with a sample that is typically dissolved in a solvent matrix. See also secondary ionization.
348 
349  /// matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization: The formation of gas-phase ions from molecules that are present in a solid or solvent matrix that is irradiated with a pulsed laser. See also laser desorption/ionization.
351 
352  /// MALDI (matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization): The formation of gas-phase ions from molecules that are present in a solid or solvent matrix that is irradiated with a pulsed laser. See also laser desorption/ionization.
354 
355  /// negative ion mode: OBSOLETE.
357 
358  /// positive ion mode: OBSOLETE.
360 
361  /// axial ejection linear ion trap: A linear ion trap mass spectrometer where ions are ejected along the axis of the analyzer.
363 
364  /// fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometer: A mass spectrometer based on the principle of ion cyclotron resonance in which an ion in a magnetic field moves in a circular orbit at a frequency characteristic of its m/z value. Ions are coherently excited to a larger radius orbit using a pulse of radio frequency energy and their image charge is detected on receiver plates as a time domain signal. Fourier transformation of the time domain signal results in a frequency domain signal which is converted to a mass spectrum based in the inverse relationship between frequency and m/z.
366 
367  /// FT_ICR (fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometer): A mass spectrometer based on the principle of ion cyclotron resonance in which an ion in a magnetic field moves in a circular orbit at a frequency characteristic of its m/z value. Ions are coherently excited to a larger radius orbit using a pulse of radio frequency energy and their image charge is detected on receiver plates as a time domain signal. Fourier transformation of the time domain signal results in a frequency domain signal which is converted to a mass spectrum based in the inverse relationship between frequency and m/z.
369 
370  /// magnetic sector: A device that produces a magnetic field perpendicular to a charged particle beam that deflects the beam to an extent that is proportional to the particle momentum per unit charge. For a monoenergetic beam, the deflection is proportional to m/z.
372 
373  /// quadrupole: A mass spectrometer that consists of four parallel rods whose centers form the corners of a square and whose opposing poles are connected. The voltage applied to the rods is a superposition of a static potential and a sinusoidal radio frequency potential. The motion of an ion in the x and y dimensions is described by the Matthieu equation whose solutions show that ions in a particular m/z range can be transmitted along the z axis.
374  MS_quadrupole = 1000081,
375 
376  /// quadrupole ion trap: Quadrupole Ion Trap mass analyzer captures the ions in a three dimensional ion trap and then selectively ejects them by varying the RF and DC potentials.
378 
379  /// Paul Ion trap (quadrupole ion trap): Quadrupole Ion Trap mass analyzer captures the ions in a three dimensional ion trap and then selectively ejects them by varying the RF and DC potentials.
381 
382  /// QIT (quadrupole ion trap): Quadrupole Ion Trap mass analyzer captures the ions in a three dimensional ion trap and then selectively ejects them by varying the RF and DC potentials.
384 
385  /// Quistor (quadrupole ion trap): Quadrupole Ion Trap mass analyzer captures the ions in a three dimensional ion trap and then selectively ejects them by varying the RF and DC potentials.
387 
388  /// radial ejection linear ion trap: A linear ion trap mass spectrometer where ions are ejected along the radius of the analyzer.
390 
391  /// time-of-flight: Instrument that separates ions by m/z in a field-free region after acceleration to a fixed acceleration energy.
392  MS_time_of_flight = 1000084,
393 
394  /// TOF (time-of-flight): Instrument that separates ions by m/z in a field-free region after acceleration to a fixed acceleration energy.
396 
397  /// baseline: An attribute of resolution when recording the detector response in absence of the analyte.
398  MS_baseline = 1000085,
399 
400  /// full width at half-maximum: A measure of resolution represented as width of the peak at half peak height.
402 
403  /// FWHM (full width at half-maximum): A measure of resolution represented as width of the peak at half peak height.
405 
406  /// ten percent valley: An attribute of resolution when the ratio between adjacent signals is 10% of the signal height.
408 
409  /// constant: When resolution is constant with respect to m/z.
410  MS_constant = 1000088,
411 
412  /// proportional: When resolution is proportional with respect to m/z.
413  MS_proportional = 1000089,
414 
415  /// mass scan: A variation of instrument where a selected mass is scanned.
416  MS_mass_scan = 1000090,
417 
418  /// selected ion detection: Please see Single Ion Monitoring.
420 
421  /// decreasing m/z scan: High to low direction in terms of m/z of the scan for scanning analyzers.
423 
424  /// increasing m/z scan: Low to high direction in terms of m/z of the scan for scanning analyzers.
426 
427  /// exponential: The mass scan is done in exponential mode.
428  MS_exponential = 1000094,
429 
430  /// linear: The mass scan is done in linear mode.
431  MS_linear = 1000095,
432 
433  /// quadratic: The mass scan is done in quadratic mode.
434  MS_quadratic = 1000096,
435 
436  /// constant neutral mass loss: A spectrum formed of all product ions that have been produced with a selected m/z decrement from any precursor ions. The spectrum shown correlates to the precursor ion spectrum. See also neutral loss spectrum.
438 
439  /// multiple ion monitoring: Data acquired when monitoring the ion current of a few specific m/z values. Remap to MS:1000205 -Selected Ion Monitoring.
441 
442  /// multiple reaction monitoring: This term is not recommended. See Selected Reaction Monitoring.
444 
445  /// MRM (multiple reaction monitoring): This term is not recommended. See Selected Reaction Monitoring.
447 
448  /// precursor ion scan: The specific scan function or process that will record a precursor ion spectrum.
450 
451  /// product ion scan: The specific scan function or process that records product ion spectrum.
453 
454  /// single ion monitoring: The operation of a mass spectrometer to monitor a single ion rather than scanning entire mass spectrum.
456 
457  /// single reaction monitoring: This term is not recommended. See Selected Reaction Monitoring.
459 
460  /// None ??: None.
462 
463  /// reflectron off: Reflectron is off.
464  MS_reflectron_off = 1000105,
465 
466  /// reflectron on: Reflectron is on.
467  MS_reflectron_on = 1000106,
468 
469  /// channeltron: A horn-shaped (or cone-shaped) continuous dynode particle multiplier. The ion strikes the inner surface of the device and induces the production of secondary electrons that in turn impinge on the inner surfaces to produce more secondary electrons. This avalanche effect produces an increase in signal in the final measured current pulse.
470  MS_channeltron = 1000107,
471 
472  /// Channeltron Detector (channeltron): A horn-shaped (or cone-shaped) continuous dynode particle multiplier. The ion strikes the inner surface of the device and induces the production of secondary electrons that in turn impinge on the inner surfaces to produce more secondary electrons. This avalanche effect produces an increase in signal in the final measured current pulse.
474 
475  /// conversion dynode electron multiplier: A surface that is held at high potential so that ions striking the surface produce electrons that are subsequently detected.
477 
478  /// conversion dynode photomultiplier: A detector in which ions strike a conversion dynode to produce electrons that in turn generate photons through a phosphorescent screen that are detected by a photomultiplier.
480 
481  /// daly detector: Detector consisting of a conversion dynode, scintillator and photomultiplier. The metal knob at high potential emits secondary electrons when ions impinge on the surface. The secondary electrons are accelerated onto the scintillator that produces light that is then detected by the photomultiplier detector.
482  MS_daly_detector = 1000110,
483 
484  /// Daly (daly detector): Detector consisting of a conversion dynode, scintillator and photomultiplier. The metal knob at high potential emits secondary electrons when ions impinge on the surface. The secondary electrons are accelerated onto the scintillator that produces light that is then detected by the photomultiplier detector.
486 
487  /// electron multiplier tube: A device to amplify the current of a beam or packet of charged particles or photons by incidence upon the surface of an electrode to produce secondary electrons.
489 
490  /// EMT (electron multiplier tube): A device to amplify the current of a beam or packet of charged particles or photons by incidence upon the surface of an electrode to produce secondary electrons.
492 
493  /// faraday cup: A conducting cup or chamber that intercepts a charged particle beam and is electrically connected to a current measuring device.
494  MS_faraday_cup = 1000112,
495 
496  /// focal plane array: An array of detectors for spatially disperse ion beams in which all ions simultaneously impinge on the detector plane.
498 
499  /// microchannel plate detector: A thin plate that contains a closely spaced array of channels that each act as a continuous dynode particle multiplier. A charged particle, fast neutral particle, or photon striking the plate causes a cascade of secondary electrons that ultimately exits the opposite side of the plate.
501 
502  /// multichannel plate (microchannel plate detector): A thin plate that contains a closely spaced array of channels that each act as a continuous dynode particle multiplier. A charged particle, fast neutral particle, or photon striking the plate causes a cascade of secondary electrons that ultimately exits the opposite side of the plate.
504 
505  /// multi-collector: A detector system commonly used in inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometers.
507 
508  /// photomultiplier: A detector for conversion of the ion/electron signal into photon(s) which are then amplified and detected.
510 
511  /// PMT (photomultiplier): A detector for conversion of the ion/electron signal into photon(s) which are then amplified and detected.
513 
514  /// analog-digital converter: Analog-to-digital converter (abbreviated ADC, A/D or A to D) is an electronic integrated circuit (i/c) that converts continuous signals to discrete digital numbers.
516 
517  /// ADC (analog-digital converter): Analog-to-digital converter (abbreviated ADC, A/D or A to D) is an electronic integrated circuit (i/c) that converts continuous signals to discrete digital numbers.
519 
520  /// pulse counting: Definition to do.
521  MS_pulse_counting = 1000118,
522 
523  /// time-digital converter: A device for converting a signal of sporadic pluses into a digital representation of their time indices.
525 
526  /// TDC (time-digital converter): A device for converting a signal of sporadic pluses into a digital representation of their time indices.
528 
529  /// transient recorder: A detector acquisition mode used for detecting transient signals.
531 
532  /// AB SCIEX instrument model: The brand of instruments from the joint venture between Applied Biosystems and MDS Analytical Technologies (formerly MDS SCIEX). Previously branded as \"Applied Biosystems|MDS SCIEX\".
534 
535  /// Bruker Daltonics instrument model: Bruker Daltonics instrument model.
537 
538  /// IonSpec instrument model: IonSpec corporation instrument model.
540 
541  /// Shimadzu instrument model: Shimadzu corporation instrument model.
543 
544  /// Thermo Finnigan instrument model: ThermoFinnigan from Thermo Electron Corporation instrument model.
546 
547  /// Waters instrument model: Waters Corporation instrument model.
549 
550  /// centroid spectrum: Processing of profile data to produce spectra that contains discrete peaks of zero width. Often used to reduce the size of dataset.
552 
553  /// Discrete Mass Spectrum (centroid spectrum): Processing of profile data to produce spectra that contains discrete peaks of zero width. Often used to reduce the size of dataset.
555 
556  /// profile spectrum: A profile mass spectrum is created when data is recorded with ion current (counts per second) on one axis and mass/charge ratio on another axis.
558 
559  /// continuous mass spectrum (profile spectrum): A profile mass spectrum is created when data is recorded with ion current (counts per second) on one axis and mass/charge ratio on another axis.
561 
562  /// Continuum Mass Spectrum (profile spectrum): A profile mass spectrum is created when data is recorded with ion current (counts per second) on one axis and mass/charge ratio on another axis.
564 
565  /// negative scan: Polarity of the scan is negative.
566  MS_negative_scan = 1000129,
567 
568  /// positive scan: Polarity of the scan is positive.
569  MS_positive_scan = 1000130,
570 
571  /// number of counts: The number of counted events observed in one or a group of elements of a detector.
573 
574  /// percent of base peak: The magnitude of a peak or measurement element expressed in terms of the percentage of the magnitude of the base peak intensity.
576 
577  /// collision-induced dissociation: The dissociation of an ion after collisional excitation. The term collisional-activated dissociation is not recommended.
579 
580  /// CID (collision-induced dissociation): The dissociation of an ion after collisional excitation. The term collisional-activated dissociation is not recommended.
582 
583  /// CAD (collision-induced dissociation): The dissociation of an ion after collisional excitation. The term collisional-activated dissociation is not recommended.
585 
586  /// collision activated dissociation (collision-induced dissociation): The dissociation of an ion after collisional excitation. The term collisional-activated dissociation is not recommended.
588 
589  /// plasma desorption: The ionization of material in a solid sample by bombarding it with ionic or neutral atoms formed as a result of the fission of a suitable nuclide, typically 252Cf. Synonymous with fission fragment ionization.
591 
592  /// PD (plasma desorption): The ionization of material in a solid sample by bombarding it with ionic or neutral atoms formed as a result of the fission of a suitable nuclide, typically 252Cf. Synonymous with fission fragment ionization.
594 
595  /// post-source decay: A technique specific to reflectron time-of-flight mass spectrometers where product ions of metastable transitions or collision-induced dissociations generated in the drift tube prior to entering the reflectron are m/z separated to yield product ion spectra.
597 
598  /// PSD (post-source decay): A technique specific to reflectron time-of-flight mass spectrometers where product ions of metastable transitions or collision-induced dissociations generated in the drift tube prior to entering the reflectron are m/z separated to yield product ion spectra.
600 
601  /// surface-induced dissociation: Fragmentation that results from the collision of an ion with a surface.
603 
604  /// SID (surface-induced dissociation): Fragmentation that results from the collision of an ion with a surface.
606 
607  /// electron volt: A non-SI unit of energy (eV) defined as the energy acquired by a particle containing one unit of charge through a potential difference of one volt. An electron-volt is equal to 1.602 176 53(14) x 10^-19 J.
609 
610  /// eV (electron volt): A non-SI unit of energy (eV) defined as the energy acquired by a particle containing one unit of charge through a potential difference of one volt. An electron-volt is equal to 1.602 176 53(14) x 10^-19 J.
612 
613  /// percent collision energy: Collision energy required to fragment an ion represented as a percent value.
615 
616  /// 4000 QTRAP: Applied Biosystems/MDS SCIEX Q 4000 TRAP MS.
617  MS_4000_QTRAP = 1000139,
618 
619  /// 4700 Proteomics Analyzer: Applied Biosystems/MDS SCIEX 4700 Proteomics Analyzer MS.
621 
622  /// apex IV: Bruker Daltonics' apex IV: ESI, MALDI, Nanospray, APCI, APPI, Qh-FT_ICR.
623  MS_apex_IV = 1000141,
624 
625  /// apex Q: Bruker Daltonics' apex Q: ESI, MALDI, Nanospray, APCI, APPI, Qh-FT_ICR.
626  MS_apex_Q = 1000142,
627 
628  /// API 150EX: Applied Biosystems/MDS SCIEX API 150EX MS.
629  MS_API_150EX = 1000143,
630 
631  /// API 150EX Prep: Applied Biosystems/MDS SCIEX API 150EX Prep MS.
632  MS_API_150EX_Prep = 1000144,
633 
634  /// API 2000: Applied Biosystems/MDS SCIEX API 2000 MS.
635  MS_API_2000 = 1000145,
636 
637  /// API 3000: Applied Biosystems/MDS SCIEX API 3000 MS.
638  MS_API_3000 = 1000146,
639 
640  /// API 4000: Applied Biosystems/MDS SCIEX API 4000 MS.
641  MS_API_4000 = 1000147,
642 
643  /// autoflex II: Bruker Daltonics' autoflex II: MALDI TOF.
644  MS_autoflex_II = 1000148,
645 
646  /// autoflex TOF/TOF: Bruker Daltonics' autoflex TOF/TOF MS: MALDI TOF.
648 
649  /// Auto Spec Ultima NT: Waters AutoSpec Ultima NT MS.
651 
652  /// BioTOF II: Bruker Daltonics' BioTOF II: ESI TOF.
653  MS_BioTOF_II = 1000151,
654 
655  /// BioTOF-Q: Bruker Daltonics' BioTOF-Q: ESI Q-TOF.
656  MS_BioTOF_Q = 1000152,
657 
658  /// DELTA plusAdvantage: ThermoFinnigan DELTA plusAdvantage MS.
660 
661  /// DELTAplusXP: ThermoFinnigan DELTAplusXP MS.
662  MS_DELTAplusXP = 1000154,
663 
664  /// ELEMENT2: ThermoFinnigan ELEMENT2 MS.
665  MS_ELEMENT2 = 1000155,
666 
667  /// esquire 4000: Bruker Daltonics' esquire 4000: linear ion trap, ESI, MALDI, Nanospray, APCI, APPI.
668  MS_esquire_4000 = 1000156,
669 
670  /// esquire 6000: Bruker Daltonics' esquire 6000: linear ion trap, ESI, MALDI, Nanospray, APCI, APPI.
671  MS_esquire_6000 = 1000157,
672 
673  /// explorer: IonSpec Explorer MS.
674  MS_explorer = 1000158,
675 
676  /// GCT: Waters GCT MS.
677  MS_GCT = 1000159,
678 
679  /// HCT: Bruker Daltonics' HCT: ESI Q-TOF, Nanospray, APCI, APPI.
680  MS_HCT = 1000160,
681 
682  /// HCTplus: Bruker Daltonics' HCTplus: ESI Q-TOF, Nanospray, APCI, APPI.
683  MS_HCTplus = 1000161,
684 
685  /// HiRes ESI: IonSpec HiResESI MS.
686  MS_HiRes_ESI = 1000162,
687 
688  /// HiRes MALDI: IonSpec HiResMALDI MS.
689  MS_HiRes_MALDI = 1000163,
690 
691  /// IsoPrime: Waters IsoPrime MS.
692  MS_IsoPrime = 1000164,
693 
694  /// IsoProbe: Waters IsoProbe MS.
695  MS_IsoProbe = 1000165,
696 
697  /// IsoProbe T: Waters IsoProbe T MS.
698  MS_IsoProbe_T = 1000166,
699 
700  /// LCQ Advantage: ThermoFinnigan LCQ Advantage MS.
701  MS_LCQ_Advantage = 1000167,
702 
703  /// LCQ Classic: ThermoFinnigan LCQ Classic MS.
704  MS_LCQ_Classic = 1000168,
705 
706  /// LCQ Deca XP Plus: ThermoFinnigan LCQ Deca XP Plus MS.
708 
709  /// M@LDI L: Waters MALDI L MS.
710  MS_M_LDI_L = 1000170,
711 
712  /// M@LDI LR: Waters MALDI LR MS.
713  MS_M_LDI_LR = 1000171,
714 
715  /// MAT253: ThermoFinnigan MAT253 MS.
716  MS_MAT253 = 1000172,
717 
718  /// MAT900XP: ThermoFinnigan MAT900XP MS.
719  MS_MAT900XP = 1000173,
720 
721  /// MAT900XP Trap: ThermoFinnigan MAT900XP Trap MS.
722  MS_MAT900XP_Trap = 1000174,
723 
724  /// MAT95XP: ThermoFinnigan MAT95XP MS.
725  MS_MAT95XP = 1000175,
726 
727  /// MAT95XP Trap: ThermoFinnigan MAT95XP Trap MS.
728  MS_MAT95XP_Trap = 1000176,
729 
730  /// microflex: Bruker Daltonics' microflex: MALDI TOF.
731  MS_microflex = 1000177,
732 
733  /// microTOF LC: Bruker Daltonics' microTOF LC: ESI TOF, Nanospray, APCI, APPI.
734  MS_microTOF_LC = 1000178,
735 
736  /// neptune: ThermoFinnigan NEPTUNE MS.
737  MS_neptune = 1000179,
738 
739  /// NG-5400: Waters NG-5400 MS.
740  MS_NG_5400 = 1000180,
741 
742  /// OMEGA: IonSpec OMEGA MS.
743  MS_OMEGA = 1000181,
744 
745  /// OMEGA-2001: IonSpec OMEGA-2001 MS.
746  MS_OMEGA_2001 = 1000182,
747 
748  /// OmniFlex: Bruker Daltonics' OmniFlex: MALDI TOF.
749  MS_OmniFlex = 1000183,
750 
751  /// Platform ICP: Waters Platform ICP MS.
752  MS_Platform_ICP = 1000184,
753 
754  /// PolarisQ: ThermoFinnigan PolarisQ MS.
755  MS_PolarisQ = 1000185,
756 
757  /// proteomics solution 1: Applied Biosystems/MDS SCIEX Proteomics Solution 1 MS.
759 
760  /// Q TRAP: Applied Biosystems/MDS SCIEX Q TRAP MS.
761  MS_Q_TRAP = 1000187,
762 
763  /// Q-Tof micro: Waters Q-Tof micro MS.
764  MS_Q_Tof_micro = 1000188,
765 
766  /// Q-Tof ultima: Waters Q-Tof Ultima MS.
767  MS_Q_Tof_ultima = 1000189,
768 
769  /// QSTAR: Applied Biosystems/MDS SCIEX QSTAR MS.
770  MS_QSTAR = 1000190,
771 
772  /// quattro micro: Waters Quattro micro MS.
773  MS_quattro_micro = 1000191,
774 
775  /// Quattro UItima: Waters Quattro Uitima MS.
776  MS_Quattro_UItima = 1000192,
777 
778  /// Surveyor MSQ: ThermoFinnigan Surveyor MSQ MS.
779  MS_Surveyor_MSQ = 1000193,
780 
781  /// SymBiot I: Applied Biosystems/MDS SCIEX SymBiot I MS.
782  MS_SymBiot_I = 1000194,
783 
784  /// SymBiot XVI: Applied Biosystems/MDS SCIEX SymBiot XVI MS.
785  MS_SymBiot_XVI = 1000195,
786 
787  /// TEMPUS TOF: ThermoFinnigan TEMPUS TOF MS.
788  MS_TEMPUS_TOF = 1000196,
789 
790  /// TRACE DSQ: ThermoFinnigan TRACE DSQ MS.
791  MS_TRACE_DSQ = 1000197,
792 
793  /// TRITON: ThermoFinnigan TRITON MS.
794  MS_TRITON = 1000198,
795 
796  /// TSQ Quantum: ThermoFinnigan TSQ Quantum MS.
797  MS_TSQ_Quantum = 1000199,
798 
799  /// ultima: IonSpec Ultima MS.
800  MS_ultima = 1000200,
801 
802  /// ultraflex: Bruker Daltonics' ultraflex: MALDI TOF.
803  MS_ultraflex = 1000201,
804 
805  /// ultraflex TOF/TOF: Bruker Daltonics' ultraflex TOF/TOF: MALDI TOF.
807 
808  /// Voyager-DE PRO: Applied Biosystems/MDS SCIEX Voyager-DE PRO MS.
809  MS_Voyager_DE_PRO = 1000203,
810 
811  /// Voyager-DE STR: Applied Biosystems/MDS SCIEX Voyager-DE STR MS.
812  MS_Voyager_DE_STR = 1000204,
813 
814  /// selected ion monitoring: The operation of a mass spectrometer in which the intensities of several specific m/z values are recorded rather than the entire mass spectrum.
816 
817  /// Multiple Ion Monitoring (selected ion monitoring): The operation of a mass spectrometer in which the intensities of several specific m/z values are recorded rather than the entire mass spectrum.
819 
820  /// SIM (selected ion monitoring): The operation of a mass spectrometer in which the intensities of several specific m/z values are recorded rather than the entire mass spectrum.
822 
823  /// selected reaction monitoring: Data acquired from specific product ions corresponding to m/z selected precursor ions recorded via multiple stages of mass spectrometry. Selected reaction monitoring can be performed in time or in space.
825 
826  /// SRM (selected reaction monitoring): Data acquired from specific product ions corresponding to m/z selected precursor ions recorded via multiple stages of mass spectrometry. Selected reaction monitoring can be performed in time or in space.
828 
829  /// accurate mass: An experimentally determined mass that is can be to determine a unique elemental formula. For ions less than 200 u, a measurement with 5 ppm accuracy is sufficient to determine the elemental composition.
830  MS_accurate_mass = 1000207,
831 
832  /// average mass: The mass of an ion or molecule calculated using the average mass of each element weighted for its natural isotopic abundance.
833  MS_average_mass = 1000208,
834 
835  /// appearance energy: The minimum energy that must be imparted to an atom or molecule to produce a specified ion. The term appearance potential is not recommended.
837 
838  /// AE (appearance energy): The minimum energy that must be imparted to an atom or molecule to produce a specified ion. The term appearance potential is not recommended.
840 
841  /// base peak: The peak in a mass spectrum that has the greatest intensity. This term may be applied to the spectra of pure substances or mixtures.
842  MS_base_peak = 1000210,
843 
844  /// BP (base peak): The peak in a mass spectrum that has the greatest intensity. This term may be applied to the spectra of pure substances or mixtures.
846 
847  /// OBSOLETE charge number: OBSOLETE. The total charge on an ion divided by the electron charge e. OBSOLETED 2009-10-27 since this was viewed as a duplication of 00041 charge state.
849 
850  /// z (OBSOLETE charge number): OBSOLETE. The total charge on an ion divided by the electron charge e. OBSOLETED 2009-10-27 since this was viewed as a duplication of 00041 charge state.
852 
853  /// dalton: A non-SI unit of mass (symbol Da) that is equal to the unified atomic mass unit: 1.660 538 86(28) x 10^-27 kg.
855 
856  /// Da (dalton): A non-SI unit of mass (symbol Da) that is equal to the unified atomic mass unit: 1.660 538 86(28) x 10^-27 kg.
858 
859  /// electron affinity: The electron affinity of M is the minimum energy required for the process M- ? M + e where M- and M are in their ground rotational, vibrational and electronic states and the electron has zero kinetic energy.
861 
862  /// EA (electron affinity): The electron affinity of M is the minimum energy required for the process M- ? M + e where M- and M are in their ground rotational, vibrational and electronic states and the electron has zero kinetic energy.
864 
865  /// electron energy obsolete: The potential difference through which electrons are accelerated before they are used to bring about electron ionization.
867 
868  /// exact mass: The calculated mass of an ion or molecule containing a single isotope of each atom.
869  MS_exact_mass = 1000215,
870 
871  /// field-free region: A section of a mass spectrometer in which there are no electric or magnetic fields.
873 
874  /// FFR (field-free region): A section of a mass spectrometer in which there are no electric or magnetic fields.
876 
877  /// ionization cross section: A measure of the probability that a given ionization process will occur when an atom or molecule interacts with a photon, electron, atom or molecule.
879 
880  /// ionization efficiency: The ratio of the number of ions formed to the number of electrons, molecules or photons used.
882 
883  /// ionization energy: The minimum energy required to remove an electron from an atom or molecule to produce a positive ion.
885 
886  /// IE (ionization energy): The minimum energy required to remove an electron from an atom or molecule to produce a positive ion.
888 
889  /// isotope dilution mass spectrometry: A quantitative mass spectrometry technique in which an isotopically enriched compound is used as an internal standard.
891 
892  /// IDMS (isotope dilution mass spectrometry): A quantitative mass spectrometry technique in which an isotopically enriched compound is used as an internal standard.
894 
895  /// magnetic deflection: The deflection of charged particles in a magnetic field due to a force equal to qv B where q is the particle charge, v its velocity and B the magnetic field. Magnetic deflection of an ion beam is used for m/z separation in a magnetic sector mass spectrometer.
897 
898  /// mass defect: The difference between the monoisotipic and nominal mass of a molecule or atom.
899  MS_mass_defect = 1000222,
900 
901  /// mass number: The sum of the protons and neutrons in an atom, molecule or ion.
902  MS_mass_number = 1000223,
903 
904  /// molecular mass: The mass of one mole of a molecular substance (6.022 1415(10) x 10^23 molecules).
905  MS_molecular_mass = 1000224,
906 
907  /// monoisotopic mass: The mass of an ion or molecule calculated using the mass of the most abundant isotope of each element.
909 
910  /// molecular beam mass spectrometry: A mass spectrometry technique in which the sample is introduced into the mass spectrometer as a molecular beam.
912 
913  /// MBMS (molecular beam mass spectrometry): A mass spectrometry technique in which the sample is introduced into the mass spectrometer as a molecular beam.
915 
916  /// multiphoton ionization: Photoionization of an atom or molecule in which in two or more photons are absorbed.
918 
919  /// MPI (multiphoton ionization): Photoionization of an atom or molecule in which in two or more photons are absorbed.
921 
922  /// nitrogen rule: An organic molecule containing the elements C, H, O, S, P, or halogen has an odd nominal mass if it contains an odd number of nitrogen atoms.
923  MS_nitrogen_rule = 1000228,
924 
925  /// nominal mass: The mass of an ion or molecule calculated using the mass of the most abundant isotope of each element rounded to the nearest integer value.
926  MS_nominal_mass = 1000229,
927 
928  /// odd-electron rule: Odd-electron ions may dissociate to form either odd or even-electron ions, whereas even-electron ions generally form even-electron fragment ions.
930 
931  /// peak: A localized region of relatively large ion signal in a mass spectrum. Although peaks are often associated with particular ions, the terms peak and ion should not be used interchangeably.
932  MS_peak = 1000231,
933 
934  /// peak intensity: The height or area of a peak in a mass spectrum.
936 
937  /// proton affinity: The proton affinity of a species M is defined as the negative of the enthalpy change for the reaction M + H+ ->[M+H]+, where all species are in their ground rotational, vibrational and electronic states.
939 
940  /// PA (proton affinity): The proton affinity of a species M is defined as the negative of the enthalpy change for the reaction M + H+ ->[M+H]+, where all species are in their ground rotational, vibrational and electronic states.
942 
943  /// mass resolving power: In a mass spectrum, the observed mass divided by the difference between two masses that can be separated. The method by which delta m was obtained and the mass at which the measurement was made should be reported.
945 
946  /// total ion current chromatogram: Chromatogram obtained by plotting the total ion current detected in each of a series of mass spectra recorded as a function of retention time.
948 
949  /// TIC chromatogram (total ion current chromatogram): Chromatogram obtained by plotting the total ion current detected in each of a series of mass spectra recorded as a function of retention time.
951 
952  /// transmission: The ratio of the number of ions leaving a region of a mass spectrometer to the number entering that region.
953  MS_transmission = 1000236,
954 
955  /// unified atomic mass unit: A non-SI unit of mass (u) defined as one twelfth of ^12 C in its ground state and equal to 1.660 538 86(28) x 10^-27 kg.
957 
958  /// u (unified atomic mass unit): A non-SI unit of mass (u) defined as one twelfth of ^12 C in its ground state and equal to 1.660 538 86(28) x 10^-27 kg.
960 
961  /// accelerator mass spectrometry: A mass spectrometry technique in which atoms extracted from a sample are ionized, accelerated to MeV energies and separated according to their momentum, charge and energy.
963 
964  /// AMS (accelerator mass spectrometry): A mass spectrometry technique in which atoms extracted from a sample are ionized, accelerated to MeV energies and separated according to their momentum, charge and energy.
966 
967  /// atmospheric pressure matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization: Matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization in which the sample target is at atmospheric pressure and the ions formed by the pulsed laser are sampled through a small aperture into the mass spectrometer.
969 
970  /// AP MALDI (atmospheric pressure matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization): Matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization in which the sample target is at atmospheric pressure and the ions formed by the pulsed laser are sampled through a small aperture into the mass spectrometer.
972 
973  /// atmospheric pressure ionization: Any ionization process in which ions are formed in the gas phase at atmospheric pressure.
975 
976  /// API (atmospheric pressure ionization): Any ionization process in which ions are formed in the gas phase at atmospheric pressure.
978 
979  /// Atmostpheric Pressure Photoionization: Atmospheric pressure chemical ionization in which the reactant ions are generated by photo-ionization.
981 
982  /// APPI (Atmostpheric Pressure Photoionization): Atmospheric pressure chemical ionization in which the reactant ions are generated by photo-ionization.
984 
985  /// blackbody infrared radiative dissociation: A special case of infrared multiphoton dissociation wherein excitation of the reactant ion is caused by absorption of infrared photons radiating from heated blackbody surroundings, which are usually the walls of a vacuum chamber. See also infrared multiphoton dissociation.
987 
988  /// BIRD (blackbody infrared radiative dissociation): A special case of infrared multiphoton dissociation wherein excitation of the reactant ion is caused by absorption of infrared photons radiating from heated blackbody surroundings, which are usually the walls of a vacuum chamber. See also infrared multiphoton dissociation.
990 
991  /// charge-remote fragmentation: A fragmentation of an even-electron ion in which the cleaved bond is not adjacent to the apparent charge site.
993 
994  /// CRF (charge-remote fragmentation): A fragmentation of an even-electron ion in which the cleaved bond is not adjacent to the apparent charge site.
996 
997  /// consecutive reaction monitoring: MSn experiment with three or more stages of m/z separation and in which a particular multi-step reaction path is monitored.
999 
1000  /// CRM (consecutive reaction monitoring): MSn experiment with three or more stages of m/z separation and in which a particular multi-step reaction path is monitored.
1002 
1003  /// charge stripping: The reaction of a positive ion with an atom or molecule that results in the removal of one or more electrons from the ion.
1005 
1006  /// CS (charge stripping): The reaction of a positive ion with an atom or molecule that results in the removal of one or more electrons from the ion.
1008 
1009  /// delayed extraction: The application of the accelerating voltage pulse after a time delay in desorption ionization from a surface. The extraction delay can produce energy focusing in a time-of-flight mass spectrometer.
1011 
1012  /// DE (delayed extraction): The application of the accelerating voltage pulse after a time delay in desorption ionization from a surface. The extraction delay can produce energy focusing in a time-of-flight mass spectrometer.
1014 
1015  /// desorption ionization: The formation of ions from a solid or liquid material after the rapid vaporization of that sample.
1017 
1018  /// DI (desorption ionization): The formation of ions from a solid or liquid material after the rapid vaporization of that sample.
1020 
1021  /// direct insertion probe: A device for introducing a solid or liquid sample into a mass spectrometer ion source for desorption ionization.
1023 
1024  /// DIP (direct insertion probe): A device for introducing a solid or liquid sample into a mass spectrometer ion source for desorption ionization.
1026 
1027  /// direct liquid introduction: The delivery of a liquid sample into a mass spectrometer for spray or desorption ionization.
1029 
1030  /// DLI (direct liquid introduction): The delivery of a liquid sample into a mass spectrometer for spray or desorption ionization.
1032 
1033  /// electron capture dissociation: A process in which a multiply protonated molecules interacts with a low energy electrons. Capture of the electron leads the liberation of energy and a reduction in charge state of the ion with the production of the (M + nH) (n-1)+ odd electron ion, which readily fragments.
1035 
1036  /// ECD (electron capture dissociation): A process in which a multiply protonated molecules interacts with a low energy electrons. Capture of the electron leads the liberation of energy and a reduction in charge state of the ion with the production of the (M + nH) (n-1)+ odd electron ion, which readily fragments.
1038 
1039  /// even-electron ion: An ion containing no unpaired electrons in its ground electronic state, e.g. CH3+ in its ground state.
1041 
1042  /// EE (even-electron ion): An ion containing no unpaired electrons in its ground electronic state, e.g. CH3+ in its ground state.
1044 
1045  /// electron-induced excitation in organics: The reaction of an ion with an electron in which the translational energy of the collision is converted into internal energy of the ion.
1047 
1048  /// EIEIO (electron-induced excitation in organics): The reaction of an ion with an electron in which the translational energy of the collision is converted into internal energy of the ion.
1050 
1051  /// electron multiplier: A device to amplify the current of a beam or packet of charged particles or photons by incidence upon the surface of an electrode to produce secondary electrons. The secondary electrons are then accelerated to other electrodes or parts of a continuous electrode to produce further secondary electrons.
1053 
1054  /// EM (electron multiplier): A device to amplify the current of a beam or packet of charged particles or photons by incidence upon the surface of an electrode to produce secondary electrons. The secondary electrons are then accelerated to other electrodes or parts of a continuous electrode to produce further secondary electrons.
1056 
1057  /// electrostatic energy analyzer: A device consisting of conducting parallel plates, concentric cylinders or concentric spheres that separates charged particles according to their kinetic energy by means of an electric field that is constant in time.
1059 
1060  /// ESA (electrostatic energy analyzer): A device consisting of conducting parallel plates, concentric cylinders or concentric spheres that separates charged particles according to their kinetic energy by means of an electric field that is constant in time.
1062 
1063  /// flowing afterglow: An ion source immersed in a flow of helium or other inert buffer gas that carries the ions through a meter-long reactor at pressures around 100 Pa.
1065 
1066  /// FA (flowing afterglow): An ion source immersed in a flow of helium or other inert buffer gas that carries the ions through a meter-long reactor at pressures around 100 Pa.
1068 
1069  /// high-field asymmetric waveform ion mobility spectrometry: The separation of ions between two concentric cylindrical electrodes due to application of a high voltage asymmetric waveform whereby ions migrate towards one of the two electrodes depending on the ratio of the high- to low-field mobility of the ion.
1071 
1072  /// FAIMS (high-field asymmetric waveform ion mobility spectrometry): The separation of ions between two concentric cylindrical electrodes due to application of a high voltage asymmetric waveform whereby ions migrate towards one of the two electrodes depending on the ratio of the high- to low-field mobility of the ion.
1074 
1075  /// field desorption: The formation of gas-phase ions from a material deposited on a solid surface in the presence of a high electric field. Because this process may encompass ionization by field ionization or other mechanisms, it is not recommended as a synonym for field desorption ionization.
1077 
1078  /// FD (field desorption): The formation of gas-phase ions from a material deposited on a solid surface in the presence of a high electric field. Because this process may encompass ionization by field ionization or other mechanisms, it is not recommended as a synonym for field desorption ionization.
1080 
1081  /// field ionization: The removal of electrons from any species by interaction with a high electric field.
1083 
1084  /// FI (field ionization): The removal of electrons from any species by interaction with a high electric field.
1086 
1087  /// glow discharge ionization: The formation of ions in the gas phase and from solid samples at the cathode by application of a voltage to a low pressure gas.
1089 
1090  /// GD-MS (glow discharge ionization): The formation of ions in the gas phase and from solid samples at the cathode by application of a voltage to a low pressure gas.
1092 
1093  /// ion kinetic energy spectrometry: A method of analysis in which a beam of ions is separated according to the ratio of its translational energy to charge.
1095 
1096  /// IKES (ion kinetic energy spectrometry): A method of analysis in which a beam of ions is separated according to the ratio of its translational energy to charge.
1098 
1099  /// ion mobility spectrometry: The separation of ions according to their velocity through a buffer gas under the influence of an electric field.
1101 
1102  /// IMS (ion mobility spectrometry): The separation of ions according to their velocity through a buffer gas under the influence of an electric field.
1104 
1105  /// infrared multiphoton dissociation: Multiphoton ionization where the reactant ion dissociates as a result of the absorption of multiple infrared photons.
1107 
1108  /// IRMPD (infrared multiphoton dissociation): Multiphoton ionization where the reactant ion dissociates as a result of the absorption of multiple infrared photons.
1110 
1111  /// isotope ratio mass spectrometry: The measurement of the relative quantity of the different isotopes of an element in a material with a mass spectrometer.
1113 
1114  /// IRMS (isotope ratio mass spectrometry): The measurement of the relative quantity of the different isotopes of an element in a material with a mass spectrometer.
1116 
1117  /// ion trap: A device for spatially confining ions using electric and magnetic fields alone or in combination.
1118  MS_ion_trap = 1000264,
1119 
1120  /// IT (ion trap): A device for spatially confining ions using electric and magnetic fields alone or in combination.
1122 
1123  /// kinetic energy release distribution: Distribution of values of translational kinetic energy release for an ensemble of metastable ions undergoing a specific dissociation reaction.
1125 
1126  /// KERD (kinetic energy release distribution): Distribution of values of translational kinetic energy release for an ensemble of metastable ions undergoing a specific dissociation reaction.
1128 
1129  /// Laser Desorption: The formation of ions through the interaction of a laser with a material or with gas-phase ions or molecules.
1131 
1132  /// Laser Ionization MERGE (Laser Desorption): The formation of ions through the interaction of a laser with a material or with gas-phase ions or molecules.
1134 
1135  /// LD (Laser Desorption): The formation of ions through the interaction of a laser with a material or with gas-phase ions or molecules.
1137 
1138  /// mass analyzed ion kinetic energy spectrometry: Spectra that are obtained from a sector mass spectrometer that incorporates at least one magnetic sector plus one electric sector in reverse geometry. The accelerating voltage, V, and the magnetic sector field, B, are set at fixed values to select the precursor ions, which are then allowed to dissociate or to react in a field free region between the two sectors. The kinetic energy product ions of m/z selected precursor ions is analyzed by scanning the electric sector field, E. The width of the product ion spectrum peaks is related to the kinetic energy release distribution (KERD) for the dissociation process.
1140 
1141  /// MIKES (mass analyzed ion kinetic energy spectrometry): Spectra that are obtained from a sector mass spectrometer that incorporates at least one magnetic sector plus one electric sector in reverse geometry. The accelerating voltage, V, and the magnetic sector field, B, are set at fixed values to select the precursor ions, which are then allowed to dissociate or to react in a field free region between the two sectors. The kinetic energy product ions of m/z selected precursor ions is analyzed by scanning the electric sector field, E. The width of the product ion spectrum peaks is related to the kinetic energy release distribution (KERD) for the dissociation process.
1143 
1144  /// mass spectrometry: The branch of science that deals with all aspects of mass spectrometers and the results obtained with these instruments.
1146 
1147  /// MS (mass spectrometry): The branch of science that deals with all aspects of mass spectrometers and the results obtained with these instruments.
1149 
1150  /// mass spectrometry/mass spectrometry: The acquisition, study and spectra of the electrically charged products or precursors of a m/z selected ion or ions.
1152 
1153  /// MS/MS (mass spectrometry/mass spectrometry): The acquisition, study and spectra of the electrically charged products or precursors of a m/z selected ion or ions.
1155 
1156  /// multiple stage mass spectrometry: Multiple stages of precursor ion m/z selection followed by product ion detection for successive progeny ions.
1158 
1159  /// MSn (multiple stage mass spectrometry): Multiple stages of precursor ion m/z selection followed by product ion detection for successive progeny ions.
1161 
1162  /// Negative Ion chemical ionization: Chemical ionization that results in the formation of negative ions.
1164 
1165  /// NICI (Negative Ion chemical ionization): Chemical ionization that results in the formation of negative ions.
1167 
1168  /// neutralization reionization mass spectrometry: With this technique, m/z selected ions form neutrals by charge transfer to a collision gas or by dissociation. The neutrals are separated from the remaining ions and ionized in collisions with a second gas. This method is used to investigate reaction intermediates and other unstable species.
1170 
1171  /// NRMS (neutralization reionization mass spectrometry): With this technique, m/z selected ions form neutrals by charge transfer to a collision gas or by dissociation. The neutrals are separated from the remaining ions and ionized in collisions with a second gas. This method is used to investigate reaction intermediates and other unstable species.
1173 
1174  /// photoionization: The ionization of an atom or molecule by a photon, written M + h? ? M^+ + e. The term photon impact is not recommended.
1176 
1177  /// PI (photoionization): The ionization of an atom or molecule by a photon, written M + h? ? M^+ + e. The term photon impact is not recommended.
1179 
1180  /// pyrolysis mass spectrometry: A mass spectrometry technique in which the sample is heated to the point of decomposition and the gaseous decomposition products are introduced into the ion source.
1182 
1183  /// PyMS (pyrolysis mass spectrometry): A mass spectrometry technique in which the sample is heated to the point of decomposition and the gaseous decomposition products are introduced into the ion source.
1185 
1186  /// collision quadrupole: A transmission quadrupole to which an oscillating potential is applied so as to focus a beam of ions through a collision gas with no m/z separation.
1188 
1189  /// q (collision quadrupole): A transmission quadrupole to which an oscillating potential is applied so as to focus a beam of ions through a collision gas with no m/z separation.
1191 
1192  /// resonance enhanced multiphoton ionization: Multiphoton ionization in which the ionization cross section is significantly enhanced because the energy of the incident photons is resonant with an intermediate excited state of the neutral species.
1194 
1195  /// REMPI (resonance enhanced multiphoton ionization): Multiphoton ionization in which the ionization cross section is significantly enhanced because the energy of the incident photons is resonant with an intermediate excited state of the neutral species.
1197 
1198  /// residual gas analyzer: A mass spectrometer used to measure the composition and pressure of gasses in an evacuated chamber.
1200 
1201  /// RGA (residual gas analyzer): A mass spectrometer used to measure the composition and pressure of gasses in an evacuated chamber.
1203 
1204  /// surface enhanced laser desorption ionization: The formation of ionized species in the gas phase from analytes deposited on a particular surface substrate which is irradiated with a laser beam of which wavelength is absorbed by the surface. See also desorption/ionization on silicon and laser desorption/ionization.
1206 
1207  /// SELDI (surface enhanced laser desorption ionization): The formation of ionized species in the gas phase from analytes deposited on a particular surface substrate which is irradiated with a laser beam of which wavelength is absorbed by the surface. See also desorption/ionization on silicon and laser desorption/ionization.
1209 
1210  /// surface enhanced neat desorption: Matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization in which the matrix is covalently linked to the target surface.
1212 
1213  /// SEND (surface enhanced neat desorption): Matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization in which the matrix is covalently linked to the target surface.
1215 
1216  /// suface ionization: The ionization of a neutral species when it interacts with a solid surface with an appropriate work function and temperature.
1218 
1219  /// SI (suface ionization): The ionization of a neutral species when it interacts with a solid surface with an appropriate work function and temperature.
1221 
1222  /// selected ion flow tube: A device in which m/z selected ions are entrained in an inert carrier gas and undergo ion-molecule reactions.
1224 
1225  /// SIFT (selected ion flow tube): A device in which m/z selected ions are entrained in an inert carrier gas and undergo ion-molecule reactions.
1227 
1228  /// sustained off-resonance irradiation: A technique associated with Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance (FT-ICR) mass spectrometry to carry out ion/neutral reactions such as low-energy collision-induced dissociation. A radio-frequency electric field of slightly off-resonance to the cyclotron frequency of the reactant ion cyclically accelerates and decelerates the reactant ion that is confined in the Penning ion trap. The ion's orbit does not exceed the dimensions of ion trap while the ion undergoes an ion/neutral species process that produces a high average translational energy for an extended time.
1230 
1231  /// SORI (sustained off-resonance irradiation): A technique associated with Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance (FT-ICR) mass spectrometry to carry out ion/neutral reactions such as low-energy collision-induced dissociation. A radio-frequency electric field of slightly off-resonance to the cyclotron frequency of the reactant ion cyclically accelerates and decelerates the reactant ion that is confined in the Penning ion trap. The ion's orbit does not exceed the dimensions of ion trap while the ion undergoes an ion/neutral species process that produces a high average translational energy for an extended time.
1233 
1234  /// Spark Source Mass Spectrometry: Mass spectrometry using spark ionization.
1236 
1237  /// SSMS (Spark Source Mass Spectrometry): Mass spectrometry using spark ionization.
1239 
1240  /// stored waveform inverse fourier transform: A technique to create excitation waveforms for ions in FT-ICR mass spectrometer or Paul ion trap. An excitation waveform in the time-domain is generated by taking the inverse Fourier transform of an appropriate frequency-domain programmed excitation spectrum, in which the resonance frequencies of ions to be excited are included. This technique may be used for selection of precursor ions in MS/MS experiments.
1242 
1243  /// SWIFT (stored waveform inverse fourier transform): A technique to create excitation waveforms for ions in FT-ICR mass spectrometer or Paul ion trap. An excitation waveform in the time-domain is generated by taking the inverse Fourier transform of an appropriate frequency-domain programmed excitation spectrum, in which the resonance frequencies of ions to be excited are included. This technique may be used for selection of precursor ions in MS/MS experiments.
1245 
1246  /// total ion current: The sum of all the separate ion currents carried by the ions of different m/z contributing to a complete mass spectrum or in a specified m/z range of a mass spectrum.
1248 
1249  /// TIC (total ion current): The sum of all the separate ion currents carried by the ions of different m/z contributing to a complete mass spectrum or in a specified m/z range of a mass spectrum.
1251 
1252  /// time lag focusing: Energy focusing in a time-of-flight mass spectrometer that is accomplished by introducing a time delay between the formation of the ions and the application of the accelerating voltage pulse.
1254 
1255  /// TLF (time lag focusing): Energy focusing in a time-of-flight mass spectrometer that is accomplished by introducing a time delay between the formation of the ions and the application of the accelerating voltage pulse.
1257 
1258  /// time-of-flight mass spectrometer: An instrument that separates ions by m/z in a field-free region after acceleration to a fixed kinetic energy.
1260 
1261  /// TOF-MS (time-of-flight mass spectrometer): An instrument that separates ions by m/z in a field-free region after acceleration to a fixed kinetic energy.
1263 
1264  /// cyclotron: A device that uses an oscillating electric field and magnetic field to accelerate charged particles.
1265  MS_cyclotron = 1000288,
1266 
1267  /// double-focusing mass spectrometer: A mass spectrometer that uses a magnetic sector for m/z focusing and an electric sector for energy focusing of an ion beam.
1269 
1270  /// hybrid mass spectrometer: A mass spectrometer that combines m/z analyzers of different types to perform tandem mass spectrometry.
1272 
1273  /// linear ion trap: A two dimensional Paul ion trap in which ions are confined in the axial dimension by means of an electric field at the ends of the trap.
1275 
1276  /// mass spectrograph obsolete: An instrument that separates a beam of ions according to their mass-to-charge ratio in which the ions are directed onto a focal plane detector such as a photographic plate.
1278 
1279  /// mass spectrometer: An instrument that measures the mass-to-charge ratio and relative abundances of ions.
1281 
1282  /// mass spectrum: A plot of the relative abundance of a beam or other collection of ions as a function of the mass-to-charge ratio (m/z).
1283  MS_mass_spectrum = 1000294,
1284 
1285  /// mattauch-herzog geometry: An arrangement for a double-focusing mass spectrometer in which a deflection of ?/(4 ?(2)) radians in a radial electric field is followed by a magnetic deflection of ?/2 radians.
1287 
1288  /// nier-johnson geometry: An arrangement for a double-focusing mass spectrometer in which a deflection of ?/2 radians in a radial electric field analyzer is followed by a magnetic deflection of ?/3 radians.
1290 
1291  /// paul ion trap: A device that permits the trapping of ions by means of an alternating current voltage. The ejection of ions with a m/z less than a prescribed value and retention of those with higher mass depends on the application of radio frequency voltages between a ring electrode and two end-cap electrodes to confine the ions in a circular path. The choice of these voltages determines the m/z below which ions are ejected.
1293 
1294  /// prolate traochoidal mass spectrometer: A mass spectrometer in which the ions of different m/z are separated by means of crossed electric and magnetic fields in such a way that the selected ions follow a prolate trochoidal path.
1296 
1297  /// quistor: An abbreviation of quadrupole ion storage trap. This term is synonymous with Paul Ion Trap. If so then add a synonym to paul and obsolete this term.
1298  MS_quistor = 1000299,
1299 
1300  /// reflectron: A time-of-flight mass spectrometer that uses a static electric field to reverse the direction of travel of the ions entering it. A reflectron improves mass resolution by assuring that ions of the same m/z but different kinetic energy arrive at the detector at the same time.
1301  MS_reflectron = 1000300,
1302 
1303  /// sector mass spectrometer: A mass spectrometer consisting of one or more magnetic sectors for m/z selection in a beam of ions. Such instruments may also have one or more electric sectors for energy selection.
1305 
1306  /// tandem mass spectrometer: A mass spectrometer designed for mass spectrometry/mass spectrometry.
1308 
1309  /// transmission quadrupole mass spectrometer: A mass spectrometer that consists of four parallel rods whose centers form the corners of a square and whose opposing poles are connected. The voltage applied to the rods is a superposition of a static potential and a sinusoidal radio frequency potential. The motion of an ion in the x and y dimensions is described by the Matthieu equation whose solutions show that ions in a particular m/z range can be transmitted along the z axis.
1311 
1312  /// accelerating voltage: The electrical potential used to impart kinetic energy to ions in a mass spectrometer.
1314 
1315  /// cyclotron motion: The circular motion of a charged particle moving at velocity v in a magnetic field B that results from the force qvB.
1317 
1318  /// dynamic mass spectrometry: A mass spectrometer in which m/z separation using one or more electric fields that vary with time.
1320 
1321  /// einzel lens: Three element charged particle lens in which the first and third elements are held at the same voltage. Such a lens produces focusing without changing the translational energy of the particle.
1322  MS_einzel_lens = 1000307,
1323 
1324  /// electric field strength: The magnitude of the force per unit charge at a given point in space.
1326 
1327  /// first stability region: The region of a Mathieu stability diagram closest to the origin. Ions within this region can traverse the full length of a transmission quadrupole.
1329 
1330  /// fringing field: The electric or magnetic field that extends from the edge of a sector, lens or other ion optics element.
1332 
1333  /// kinetic energy analyzer: A device for measuring the kinetic energy of charged particles using a retarding field, time-of-flight, or the extent of deflection in an electric or magnetic field.
1335 
1336  /// mass limit: The m/z value above which ions cannot be detected in a mass spectrometer.
1337  MS_mass_limit = 1000312,
1338 
1339  /// scan m/z range?: The limit of m/z over which a mass spectrometer can detect ions.
1341 
1342  /// mass selective axial ejection: The use of mass selective instability to eject ions of selected m/z values from an ion trap.
1344 
1345  /// mass selective instability: A method for selective ejection of ions according to their m/z value in an ion trap.
1347 
1348  /// mathieu stability diagram: A graphical representation expressed in terms of reduced coordinates that describes charged particle motion in a quadrupole mass filter or quadrupole ion trap mass spectrometer.
1350 
1351  /// orthogonal extraction: The pulsed acceleration of ions perpendicular to their direction of travel into a time-of-flight mass spectrometer. Ions may be extracted from a directional ion source, drift tube or m/z separation stage.
1353 
1354  /// resonance ion ejection: A mode of ion ejection in a quadrupole ion trap that relies on a auxiliary radio frequency voltage that is applied to the end-cap electrodes. The voltage is tuned to the secular frequency of a particular ion to eject it.
1356 
1357  /// space charge effect: The mutual repulsion of particles of like charge that limits the current in a charged-particle beam and causes beams or packets of charged particles to expand radially over time.
1359 
1360  /// static field: An electric or magnetic field that does not change in time.
1361  MS_static_field = 1000320,
1362 
1363  /// 2E Mass Spectrum: A mass spectrum obtained by setting the electric sector field E to twice the value required to transmit the main ion-beam thereby allowing ions with a kinetic energy-to-charge ratio twice that of the main ion-beam to be transmitted. Product ions resulting from partial charge transfer reactions such as m^2+ + N ? m^+ + N^+ that occur in a collision cell (containing a gas, N) located in a field-free region preceding a magnetic and electric sector combination are detected. When the magnetic sector field B is scanned, a mass spectrum of singly charged product ions of doubly charged precursor ions is obtained.
1365 
1366  /// charge inversion mass spectrum: The measurement of the relative abundance of ions that result from a charge inversion reaction as a function of m/z.
1368 
1369  /// constant neutral loss scan: Spectrum of all precursor ions that undergo a selected m/z decrement.
1371 
1372  /// constant neutral gain scan: Spectrum of all precursor ions that undergo a selected m/z increment.
1374 
1375  /// Constant Neutral Mass Gain Scan (constant neutral gain scan): Spectrum of all precursor ions that undergo a selected m/z increment.
1377 
1378  /// constant neutral gain spectrum: A spectrum formed of all product ions that have been produced by gain of a pre-selected neutral mass following the reaction with and addition of the gas in a collision cell.
1380 
1381  /// constant neutral mass gain spectrum (constant neutral gain spectrum): A spectrum formed of all product ions that have been produced by gain of a pre-selected neutral mass following the reaction with and addition of the gas in a collision cell.
1383 
1384  /// constant neutral loss spectrum: A spectrum formed of all product ions that have been produced with a selected m/z decrement from any precursor ions. The spectrum shown correlates to the precursor ion spectrum. See also neutral loss spectrum.
1386 
1387  /// constant neutral mass loss spectrum (constant neutral loss spectrum): A spectrum formed of all product ions that have been produced with a selected m/z decrement from any precursor ions. The spectrum shown correlates to the precursor ion spectrum. See also neutral loss spectrum.
1389 
1390  /// consecutive reaction monitoring: A type of MS/MS experiments with three or more stages of m/z separation and in which a particular multi-step reaction path is monitored.
1392 
1393  /// e/2 mass spectrum: A mass spectrum obtained using a sector mass spectrometer in which the electric sector field E is set to half the value required to transmit the main ion-beam. This spectrum records the signal from doubly charged product ions of charge-stripping reactions.
1395 
1396  /// linked scan: A scan in an instrument with two or more m/z analysers or in a sector mass spectrometer that incorporates at least one magnetic sector and one electric sector. Two or more of the analyzers are scanned simultaneously so as to preserve a predetermined relationship between scan parameters to produce a product ion, precursor ion or constant neutral loss spectrum.
1397  MS_linked_scan = 1000329,
1398 
1399  /// linked scan at constant b/e: A linked scan at constant B/E may be performed on a sector mass spectrometer that incorporates at least one magnetic sector plus one electric sector. The magnetic field B and the electric field E are scanned simultaneously while the accelerating voltage V is held constant, so as to maintain the ratio of the two fields constant. This linked scan may record a product ion spectrum of dissociation or other reactions occurring in a field free region preceding the two sectors.
1401 
1402  /// Linked Scan at Constant E2/V: A linked scan performed on a sector instrument that incorporates at least one electric sector plus one magnetic sector. The electric sector field, E, and the accelerating voltage, V, are scanned simultaneously, so as to maintain the ratio E2/V at a constant value. This linked scan recordss a product ion spectrum of dissociation or other reactions occurring in a field free region (FFR) preceding the two sectors.
1404 
1405  /// Linked Scan at Constant B2/E: A linked scan performed on a sector mass spectrometer that incorporates at least one electric sector plus one magnetic sector in either order. The accelerating voltage is fixed and the magnetic field, B, and the electric field, E, are scanned simultaneously so as to maintain the ratio B2/E at a constant value. This linked scan records a precursor ion spectrum of dissociation or other reactions occurring in the field free region preceding the two sectors. The term B2/E linked scan is not recommended.
1407 
1408  /// Linked Scan at Constant B[1-(E/E0)]^1/2 / E: A linked scan performed on a sector instrument that incorporates at least one electric sector plus one magnetic sector placed in either order. The accelerating voltage is fixed while scanning the magnetic field, B, and electric field, E, simultaneously, so as to maintain the quantity B[1-(E/E0)]1/2/E at a constant value. This linked scan records a constant neutral mass loss (or gain) spectrum of dissociation or other reactions occurring in a field free region preceding the two sectors. E0 is the electric field required to transmit the singly charged analog of the desired neutral fragment. The term B[1-(E/E0)]1/2/E linked scan.
1410 
1411  /// MS/MS in Time: A tandem mass spectrometry method in which product ion spectra are recorded in a single m/z analyzer (such as a Paul Ion Trap or FTMS) in discreet steps over time. Ions in a specific m/z range are selected, dissociated, and the product ions analyzed sequentially in time.
1412  MS_MS_MS_in_Time = 1000334,
1413 
1414  /// MS/MS in Space: A tandem mass spectrometry method in which product ion spectra are recorded in m/z analyzers separated in space. Specific m/z separation functions are designed such that in one section of the instrument ions are selected, dissociated in an intermediate region, and the product ions are then transmitted to another analyser for m/z separation and data acquisition.
1416 
1417  /// neutral loss: The loss of an uncharged species during a rearrangement process.
1418  MS_neutral_loss = 1000336,
1419 
1420  /// nth generation product ion: Serial product ions from dissociation of selected precursor ions where n refers to the number of stages of dissociation. The term granddaughter ion is deprecated.
1422 
1423  /// nth generation product ion scan: The specific scan functions or processes that record the appropriate generation of product ion or ions of any m/z selected precursor ions.
1425 
1426  /// nth generation product ion spectrum: The mass spectrum recorded from any mass spectrometer in which the appropriate scan function can be set to record the appropriate generation product ion or ions of m/z selected precursor ions.
1428 
1429  /// precursor ion: An ion that reacts to form particular product ions. The reaction can be unimolecular dissociation, ion/molecule reaction, isomerization, or change in charge state. The term parent ion is not recommended.
1430  MS_precursor_ion = 1000340,
1431 
1432  /// precursor ion spectrum: Spectrum generated by scanning precursor m/z while monitoring a fixed product m/z.
1434 
1435  /// product ion: An ion formed as the product of a reaction involving a particular precursor ion. The reaction can be unimolecular dissociation to form fragment ions, an ion/molecule reaction, or simply involve a change in the number of charges. The term fragment ion is deprecated. The term daughter ion is deprecated.
1436  MS_product_ion = 1000342,
1437 
1438  /// product ion spectrum: A mass spectrum recorded from any spectrometer in which the appropriate m/z separation scan function is set to record the product ion or ions of selected precursor ions.
1440 
1441  /// progeny ion: A charged product of a series of consecutive reactions that includes product ions, 1st generation product ions, 2nd generation product ions, etc. Given the sequential fragmentation scheme: M1+ -> M2+ -> M3+ -> M4+ -> M5+. M4+ is the precursor ion of M5+, a 1st generation product ion of M3+, a 2nd generation product ion of M2+ and a 3rd generation product ion of M1+.
1442  MS_progeny_ion = 1000344,
1443 
1444  /// Progeny Fragment Ion (progeny ion): A charged product of a series of consecutive reactions that includes product ions, 1st generation product ions, 2nd generation product ions, etc. Given the sequential fragmentation scheme: M1+ -> M2+ -> M3+ -> M4+ -> M5+. M4+ is the precursor ion of M5+, a 1st generation product ion of M3+, a 2nd generation product ion of M2+ and a 3rd generation product ion of M1+.
1446 
1447  /// array detector: Detector comprising several ion collection elements, arranged in a line or grid where each element is an individual detector.
1449 
1450  /// conversion dynode: A surface that is held at high potential such that ions striking the surface produce electrons that are subsequently detected.
1452 
1453  /// dynode: One of a series of electrodes in a photomultiplier tube. Such an arrangement is able to amplify the current emitted by the photocathode.
1454  MS_dynode = 1000347,
1455 
1456  /// focal plane collector: A detector for spatially disperse ion beams in which all ions simultaneously impinge on the detector plane.
1458 
1459  /// ion-to-photon detector: A detector in which ions strike a conversion dynode to produce electrons that in turn strike a phosphor and the resulting photons are detected by a photomultiplier.
1461 
1462  /// point collector: A detector in which the ion beam is focused onto a point and the individual ions arrive sequentially.
1464 
1465  /// postacceleration detector: A detector in which the charged particles are accelerated to a high velocity and impinge on a conversion dynode, emitting secondary electrons. The electrons are accelerated onto a phosphor screen, which emits photons that are in turn detected using a photomultiplier or other photon detector.
1467 
1468  /// secondary electron: Electrons that are ejected from a sample surface as a result of bombardment by a primary beam of atoms, ions or photons. WAS IN DETECTOR TYPE. Where should it go?
1470 
1471  /// adduct ion: Ion formed by the interaction of an ion with one or more atoms or molecules to form an ion containing all the constituent atoms of the precursor ion as well as the additional atoms from the associated atoms or molecules.
1472  MS_adduct_ion = 1000353,
1473 
1474  /// aromatic ion: A planar cyclic ion that obeys the Hckel (4n + 2) rule where n is a positive integer representing the number of conjugated Pi electrons. Charge delocalization leads to greater stability compared to a hypothetical localized structure.
1475  MS_aromatic_ion = 1000354,
1476 
1477  /// analog ion: Ions that have similar chemical valence, for example the acetyl cation CH3-CO+ and the thioacetyl cation CH3-CS+.
1478  MS_analog_ion = 1000355,
1479 
1480  /// anti-aromatic ion: A planar cyclic ion with 4n ? electrons and is therefore not aromatic.
1482 
1483  /// cationized molecule: An ion formed by the association of a cation with a neutral molecule, M, for example [M+ Na]+ and [M + K]+. The terms quasi-molecular ion and pseudo-molecular ion should not be used.
1485 
1486  /// cluster ion: An ion formed by a multi-component atomic or molecular assembly of one or more ions with atoms or molecules, such as [(H20)nH]+, [(NaCl)nNa]+ and [(H3PO3)nHPO3]-.
1487  MS_cluster_ion = 1000358,
1488 
1489  /// Conventional ion: A radical cation or anion in which the charge site and the unpaired electron spin are both formally located in the same atom or group of atoms, as opposed to the spatially separate electronic configuration of distonic ions. The radical cation of methanol, CH3OH+, in which the charge and spin sites are formally located at the O atom is an example of a conventional ion, whereas .CH2-OH2+ is a distonic ion.
1491 
1492  /// diagnostic ion: A product ion whose formation reveals structural or compositional information of its precursor. For instance, the phenyl cation in an electron ionization mass spectrum is a diagnostic ion for benzene and derivatives.
1494 
1495  /// dimeric ion: An ion formed by ionization of a dimer or by the association of an ion with its neutral counterpart such as [M2]+ or [M-H-M]+.
1496  MS_dimeric_ion = 1000361,
1497 
1498  /// distonic ion: A radical cation or anion in which the charge site and the unpaired electron spin cannot be both formally located in the same atom or group of atoms as it can be with a conventional ion. For example, CH2-OH2+ is a distonic ion whereas the radical cation of methanol, CH3OH+ is a conventional ion.
1499  MS_distonic_ion = 1000362,
1500 
1501  /// enium ion: A positively charged lower-valency ion of the nonmetallic elements. The methenium ion is CH3+. Other examples are the oxenium, sulfenium, nitrenium, phosphenium, and halenium ions.
1502  MS_enium_ion = 1000363,
1503 
1504  /// fragment ion: A product ion that results from the dissociation of a precursor ion.
1506 
1507  /// ion?: An atomic or molecular species having a net positive or negative electric charge.
1508  MS_ion_ = 1000365,
1509 
1510  /// Isotopologue ion: An ion that differs only in the isotopic composition of one or more of its constituent atoms. For example CH4+ and CH3D+ or 10BF3 and 11BF3. The term isotopologue is a contraction of isotopic homologue.
1512 
1513  /// Isotopomeric ion: Isomeric ion having the same numbers of each isotopic atom but differing in their positions. Isotopomeric ions can be either configurational isomers in which two atomic isotopes exchange positions or isotopic stereoisomers. The term isotopomer is a shortening of isotopic isomer.
1515 
1516  /// metastable ion: An ion that is formed with internal energy higher than the threshold for dissociation but with a lifetime great enough to allow it to exit the ion source and enter the mass spectrometer where it dissociates before detection.
1518 
1519  /// molecular ion: An ion formed by the removal of one or more electrons to form a positive ion or the addition off one or more electrons to form a negative ion.
1520  MS_molecular_ion = 1000369,
1521 
1522  /// negative ion: An atomic or molecular species having a net negative electric charge.
1523  MS_negative_ion = 1000370,
1524 
1525  /// non-classical ion: Hyper-coordinated carbonium ion such as the penta-coordinated norbornyl cation. Note: Tri-coordinated carbenium ions are termed classical ions.
1527 
1528  /// onium ion: A positively charged hypervalent ion of the nonmetallic elements. Examples are the methonium ion CH5+, the hydrogenonium ion H3+ and the hydronium ion H3O+. Other examples are the carbonium, oxonium, sulfonium, nitronium, diazonium, phosphonium, and halonium ions. Onium ions are not limited to monopositive ions; multiply-charged onium ions exist such as the gitonic (proximal) oxonium dication H4O2+ and the distonic oxonium dication H2O+-CH2-CH2-OH2+.
1529  MS_onium_ion = 1000372,
1530 
1531  /// principal ion: Most abundant ion of an isotope cluster, such as the 11B79Br2 81Br+ ion of m/z 250 of the cluster of isotopologue molecular ions of BBr3. The term principal ion has also been used to describe ions that have been artificially isotopically enriched in one or more positions such as CH3 13CH3+ or CH2D2 +, but those are best defined as isotopologue ions.
1532  MS_principal_ion = 1000373,
1533 
1534  /// positive ion: An atomic or molecular species having a net positive electric charge.
1535  MS_positive_ion = 1000374,
1536 
1537  /// protonated molecule: An ion formed by interaction of a neutral molecule with a proton and represented by the symbol [M + H]+, where M is the neutral molecule. The term 'protonated molecular ion,' 'quasi-molecular ion' and 'pseudo-molecular ion' are not recommended.
1539 
1540  /// radical ion: An ion, either a cation or anion, containing unpaired electrons in its ground state. The unpaired electron is denoted by a superscript dot alongside the superscript symbol for charge, such as for the molecular ion of a molecule M, that is, M+. Radical ions with more than one charge and/or more than one unpaired electron are denoted such as M(2+)(2). Unless the positions of the unpaired electron and charge can be associated with specific atoms, superscript charge designation should be placed before the superscript dot designation.
1541  MS_radical_ion = 1000376,
1542 
1543  /// reference ion: A stable ion whose structure is known with certainty. These ions are usually formed by direct ionization of a neutral molecule of known structure and are used to verify by comparison the structure of an unknown ion.
1544  MS_reference_ion = 1000377,
1545 
1546  /// stable ion: An ion with internal energy sufficiently low that it does not rearrange or dissociate prior to detection in a mass spectrometer.
1547  MS_stable_ion = 1000378,
1548 
1549  /// unstable ion: An ion with sufficient enerrgy to dissociate within the ion source.
1550  MS_unstable_ion = 1000379,
1551 
1552  /// adiabatic ionization: A process whereby an electron is removed from an atom, ion, or molecule to produce an ion in its lowest energy state.
1554 
1555  /// associative ionization: An ionization process in which two excited atoms or molecules react to form a single positive ion and an electron.
1557 
1558  /// atmospheric pressure photoionization: Atmospheric pressure chemical ionization in which the reactant ions are generated by photo-ionization.
1560 
1561  /// autodetachment: The formation of a neutral when a negative ion in a disrtete state with an energy greater than the detachment threshold loses an electron spontaneously without further interaction with an energy source.
1563 
1564  /// autoionization: The formation of an ion when an atom or molecule in a discrete state with an energy greater than the ionization threshold loses an electron spontaneously without further interaction with an energy source.
1566 
1567  /// charge exchange ionization: The interaction of an ion with an atom or molecule in which the charge on the ion is transferred to the neutral without the dissociation of either. Synonymous with charge transfer ionization.
1569 
1570  /// chemi-ionization: The reaction of a neutral molecule with an internally excited molecule to form an ion. Note that this term is not synonymous with chemical ionization.
1572 
1573  /// desorption/ionization on silicon: The formation of ions by laser desorption ionization of a sample deposited on a porous silicon surface.
1575 
1576  /// dissociative ionization: The reaction of a gas-phase molecule that results in its decomposition to form products, one of which is an ion.
1578 
1579  /// electron ionization: The ionization of an atom or molecule by electrons that are typically accelerated to energies between 50 and 150 eV. Usually 70 eV electrons are used to produce positive ions. The term 'electron impact' is not recommended.
1581 
1582  /// ion desolvation: The removal of solvent molecules clustered around a gas-phase ion by means of heating and/or collisions with gas molecules.
1584 
1585  /// ion-pair formation: The reaction of a molecule to form both a positive ion and negative ion fragment among the products.
1587 
1588  /// ionization efficiency: The ratio of the number of ions formed to the number of electrons, molecules or photons used.
1590 
1591  /// laser desorption ionization: The formation of gas-phase ions by the interaction of a pulsed laser with a solid or liquid material.
1593 
1594  /// liquid secondary ionization: The ionization of any species by the interaction of a focused beam of ions with a sample that is dissolved in a solvent matrix. See also fast atom bombardment and secondary ionization.
1596 
1597  /// membrane inlet: A semi-permeable membrane separator that permits the passage of gas sample directly to the mass spectrometer ion source.
1599 
1600  /// microelectrospray: Electrospray ionization at a solvent flow rate of 300-800 nL/min where the flow is a result of a mechanical pump. See nanaoelectrospray.
1602 
1603  /// nanoelectrospray: Electrospray ionization at a flow rate less than ~25 nL/min. Nanoelectrospray is synonymous with nanospray. The flow is dependent on the potenial on the tip of the electrospray needle and/or a gas presure to push the sample through the needle. See also electrospray ionization and microelectrospray.
1605 
1606  /// nanospray (nanoelectrospray): Electrospray ionization at a flow rate less than ~25 nL/min. Nanoelectrospray is synonymous with nanospray. The flow is dependent on the potenial on the tip of the electrospray needle and/or a gas presure to push the sample through the needle. See also electrospray ionization and microelectrospray.
1608 
1609  /// penning ionization: Ionization that occurs through the interaction of two or more neutral gaseous species, at least one of which is internally excited.
1611 
1612  /// plasma desorption ionization: The ionization of material in a solid sample by bombarding it with ionic or neutral atoms formed as a result of the fission of a suitable nuclide, typically 252Cf. Synonymous with fission fragment ionization.
1614 
1615  /// pre-ionization state: An electronic state capable of undergoing auto-Ionization.
1617 
1618  /// secondary ionization: The process in which ions are ejected from a sample surface as a result of bombardment by a primary beam of atoms or ions.
1620 
1621  /// soft ionization: The formation of gas-phase ions without extensive fragmentation.
1623 
1624  /// spark ionization: The formation of ions from a solid material by an intermittent electrical discharge.
1626 
1627  /// surface-assisted laser desorption ionization: The formation of gas-phase ions from molecules that are deposited on a particular surface substrate that is irradiated with a pulsed laser. See also matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization.
1629 
1630  /// surface ionization: The ionization of a neutral species when it interacts with a solid surface with an appropriate work function and temperature.
1632 
1633  /// thermal ionization: The ionization of a neutral species through contact with a high temperature surface.
1635 
1636  /// vertical ionization: A process in which an electron is removed from or added to a molecule without a change in the positions of the atoms. The resulting ion is typically in an excited vibrational state.
1638 
1639  /// association reaction: The reaction of an ion with a neutral species in which the reactants combine to form a single ion.
1641 
1642  /// alpha-cleavage: A homolytic cleavage where the bond fission occurs between at the atom adjacent to the atom at the apparent charge site and an atom removed from the aparent charge site by two bonds.
1644 
1645  /// beta-cleavage: A homolytic cleavage where the bond fission occurs between at an atom removed from the apparent charge site atom by two bonds and an atom adjacent to that atom and removed from the aparent charge site by three bonds.
1646  MS_beta_cleavage = 1000411,
1647 
1648  /// buffer gas: An inert gas used for collisional deactivation of internally excited ions.
1649  MS_buffer_gas = 1000412,
1650 
1651  /// charge-induced fragmentation: Fragmentation of an odd electron ion in which the cleaved bond is adjacent to the apparent charge site. Synonymous with charge mediated fragmentation.
1653 
1654  /// charge inversion reaction: Reaction of an ion with a neutral species in which the charge on the product ion is reversed in sign with respect to the reactant ion.
1656 
1657  /// charge permutation reaction: The reaction of an ion with a neutral species with a resulting change in the magnitude or sign of the charge on the reactant ion.
1659 
1660  /// charge stripping reaction: Reaction of a positive ion with a neutral species in which the positive charge on the product ion is greater than that on the reactant ion.
1662 
1663  /// charge transfer reaction: The reaction of an ion with a neutral species in which some or all of the charge of the reactant ion is transferred to the neutral species.
1665 
1666  /// collisional excitation: The reaction of an ion with a neutral species in which the translational energy of the collision is converted into internal energy of the ion.
1668 
1669  /// collision gas: An inert gas used for collisional excitation. The term target gas is not recommended.
1670  MS_collision_gas = 1000419,
1671 
1672  /// heterolytic cleavage: Fragmentation of a molecule or ion in which both electrons forming the single bond that is broken remain on one of the atoms that were originally bonded. This term is synonymous with heterolysis.
1674 
1675  /// high energy collision: Collision-induced dissociation process wherein the projectile ion has laboratory-frame translational energy higher than 1 keV.
1677 
1678  /// high-energy collision-induced dissociation: A collision-induced dissociation process wherein the projectile ion has the translational energy higher than approximately 1000 eV.
1680 
1681  /// HCD (high-energy collision-induced dissociation): A collision-induced dissociation process wherein the projectile ion has the translational energy higher than approximately 1000 eV.
1683 
1684  /// homolytic cleavage: Fragmentation of an odd electron ion that results from one of a pair of electrons that form a bond between two atoms moving to form a pair with the odd electron on the atom at the apparent charge site. Fragmentation results in the formation of an even electron ion and a radical. This reaction involves the movement of a single electron and is symbolized by a single-barbed arrow. Synonymous with Homolysis.
1686 
1687  /// hydrogen/deuterium exchange: Exchange of hydrogen atoms with deuterium atoms in a molecule or pre-formed ion in solution prior to introduction into a mass spectrometer, or by reaction of an ion with a deuterated collision gas inside a mass spectrometer.
1689 
1690  /// ion energy loss spectrum: A plot of the relative abundance of a beam or other collection of ions as a function their loss of translational energy in reactions with neutral species.
1692 
1693  /// ionizing collision: The reaction of an ion with a neutral species in which one or more electrons are removed from either the ion or neutral.
1695 
1696  /// ion/molecule reaction: The reaction of an ion with a neutral molecule. The term ion-molecule reaction is not recommended because the hyphen suggests a single species that is that is both an ion and a molecule.
1698 
1699  /// ion/neutral complex: A particular type of transition state that lies between precursor and product ions on the reaction coordinate of some ion reactions.
1701 
1702  /// ion/neutral species reaction: A process wherein a charged species interacts with a neutral reactant to produce either chemically different species or changes in the internal energy of one or both of the reactants.
1704 
1705  /// ion/neutral species exchange reaction: In this reaction an association reaction is accompanied by the subsequent or simultaneous liberation of a different neutral species as a product.
1707 
1708  /// kinetic method: An approach to determination of ion thermodynamic quantities by a bracketing procedure in which the relative probabilities of competing ion fragmentations are measured via the relative abundances of the reaction products. The extended kinetic method takes the associated entropy changes into account.
1710 
1711  /// low energy collisions: A collision between an ion and neutral species with translational energy approximately 1000 eV or lower.
1713 
1714  /// low-energy collision-induced dissociation: A collision-induced dissociation process wherein the precursor ion has the translational energy lower than approximately 1000 eV. This process typically requires multiple collisions and the collisional excitation is cumulative.
1716 
1717  /// McLafferty Rearrangement: A dissociation reaction triggered by transfer of a hydrogen atom via a 6-member transition state to the formal radical/charge site from a carbon atom four atoms removed from the charge/radical site (the gamma-carbon); subsequent rearrangement of electron density leads to expulsion of an olefin molecule. This term was originally applied to ketone ions where the charge/radical site is the carbonyl oxygen, but it is now more widely applied.
1719 
1720  /// photodissociation: A process wherein the reactant ion is dissociated as a result of absorption of one or more photons.
1722 
1723  /// multiphoton dissociation (photodissociation): A process wherein the reactant ion is dissociated as a result of absorption of one or more photons.
1725 
1726  /// MPD (photodissociation): A process wherein the reactant ion is dissociated as a result of absorption of one or more photons.
1728 
1729  /// partial charge transfer reaction: Reaction of an ion with a neutral species in which some but not all of the ion charge is transferred to the neutral.
1731 
1732  /// ion reaction: Chemical transformation involving an ion.
1733  MS_ion_reaction = 1000437,
1734 
1735  /// superelastic collision: Collision in which the translational energy of the fast-moving collision partner is increased at the expense of internal energy of one or both collision partners.
1737 
1738  /// surface-induced reaction: A process wherein a reactant ion interacts with a surface to produce either chemically different species or a change in the internal energy of the reactant ion.
1740 
1741  /// unimolecular dissociation: Fragmentation reaction in which the molecularity is treated as one, irrespective of whether the dissociative state is that of a metastable ion produced in the ion source or results from collisional excitation of a stable ion.
1743 
1744  /// scan: Function or process of the mass spectrometer where it records a spectrum.
1745  MS_scan = 1000441,
1746 
1747  /// spectrum: A mass spectrum is an intensity vs m/z (mass-to-charge ratio) plot representing a chemical analysis.
1748  MS_spectrum = 1000442,
1749 
1750  /// mass analyzer type: Mass analyzer separates the ions according to their mass-to-charge ratio.
1752 
1753  /// m/z Separation Method: m/z Separation Method.
1755 
1756  /// sequential m/z separation method: Sequential m/z separation method.
1758 
1759  /// fast ion bombardment: The ionization of any species by the interaction of a focused beam of ions having a translational energy of several thousand eV with a solid sample.
1761 
1762  /// FIB (fast ion bombardment): The ionization of any species by the interaction of a focused beam of ions having a translational energy of several thousand eV with a solid sample.
1764 
1765  /// LTQ: Finnigan LTQ MS.
1766  MS_LTQ = 1000447,
1767 
1768  /// LTQ FT: Finnigan LTQ FT MS.
1769  MS_LTQ_FT = 1000448,
1770 
1771  /// LTQ Orbitrap: Finnigan LTQ Orbitrap MS.
1772  MS_LTQ_Orbitrap = 1000449,
1773 
1774  /// LXQ: Finnigan LXQ MS.
1775  MS_LXQ = 1000450,
1776 
1777  /// mass analyzer: Terms used to describe the Analyzer.
1778  MS_mass_analyzer = 1000451,
1779 
1780  /// analyzer (mass analyzer): Terms used to describe the Analyzer.
1782 
1783  /// data transformation: Terms used to describe types of data processing.
1785 
1786  /// data processing (data transformation): Terms used to describe types of data processing.
1788 
1789  /// detector: The device that detects ions.
1790  MS_detector = 1000453,
1791 
1792  /// instrument additional description: Additional terms to describe the instrument as outlined in the mass spec doc, Appendix 1, section 1.5.
1794 
1795  /// ion selection attribute: Ion selection properties that are associated with a value.
1797 
1798  /// precursor activation: Terms to describe the precursor activation.
1800 
1801  /// activation (precursor activation): Terms to describe the precursor activation.
1803 
1804  /// sample: Terms to describe the sample.
1805  MS_sample = 1000457,
1806 
1807  /// source: Terms to describe the source.
1808  MS_source = 1000458,
1809 
1810  /// spectrum instrument description: Terms used to describe the spectrum.
1812 
1813  /// unit: Terms to describe units.
1814  MS_unit = 1000460,
1815 
1816  /// additional description: Terms to describe Additional.
1818 
1819  /// ion optics: Device used in the construction of a mass spectrometer to focus, contain or otherwise manipulate ions.
1820  MS_ion_optics = 1000462,
1821 
1822  /// instrument: Description of the instrument or the mass spectrometer.
1823  MS_instrument = 1000463,
1824 
1825  /// instrument configuration (instrument): Description of the instrument or the mass spectrometer.
1827 
1828  /// mass unit: A unit of measurement for mass.
1830 
1831  /// scan polarity: An acquisition mode to which specifies weather polarity is negative, positive or alternating.
1832  MS_scan_polarity = 1000465,
1833 
1834  /// alternating: Alternating.
1836 
1837  /// 1200 series LC/MSD SL: The 1200 Series LC/MSD SL ion trap belongs to the Agilent LC/MSD ion trap family. It provides fast polarity switching and multisignal data acquisition capabilities in a single run while also providing 5 stages of automated data dependent MS/MS and 11 stages of manual MS/MS.
1839 
1840  /// 6110 Quadrupole LC/MS: The 6110 Quadrupole LC/MS system is a Agilent liquid chromatography instrument combined with an entry level single quadrupole mass spectrometer from the 6100 Series of Agilent quadrupole mass spectrometers. 6110 Quadrupole mass spectrometer has m/z range of 10-1500 and 2500 u/s scan speed. It proves useful for wide range of SIM quantitative applications.
1842 
1843  /// 6120 Quadrupole LC/MS: The 6120 Quadrupole LC/MS system is a Agilent liquid chromatography instrument combined with a single quadrupole mass spectrometer from the 6100 Series of Agilent mass spectrometers. 6120 quadrupole mass spectrometer has m/z range of 10-1500, 2500 u/s scan speed and utilizes multiple signal acquisition.
1845 
1846  /// 6130 Quadrupole LC/MS: The 6130 Quadrupole LC/MS system is a Agilent liquid chromatography instrument combined with a single quadrupole mass spectrometer from the 6100 series of Agilent mass spectrometers. The 6130 quadrupole mass spectrometer has m/z range of 2-3000, 2500 u/s scan speed in standard mode and 5250 u/s speed in fast-scan mode. It also uses multiple signal acquisition.
1848 
1849  /// 6140 Quadrupole LC/MS: The 6140 Quadrupole LC/MS system is a Agilent liquid chromatography instrument combined with a single quadrupole mass spectrometer from the 6100 Series of Agilent quadrupole mass spectrometers. 6140 Quadrupole mass spectrometer has m/z range of 10-1350, 2500 u/s scan speed in standard mode and 10000 u/s speed in fast-scan mode. It also uses multiple signal acquisition.
1851 
1852  /// 6210 Time-of-Flight LC/MS: The 6210 Time-of-Flight LC/MS is a Agilent liquid chromatography instrument combined with a Agilent time of flight mass spectrometer. This time of flight mass spectrometer has a m/z range of 50-12000, mass accuracy of less than 2 ppm and resolution greater than 13,000 at m/z 2722. It has multiple ion sources and can be used with multimode ion sources.
1854 
1855  /// 6310 Ion Trap LC/MS: The 6310 Ion Trap LC/MS is a Agilent liquid chromatography instrument combined with a 6300 series Agilent ion trap. It has a mass range of 50-2200 between 0.6 to 0.35 resolution and mass range of 200-4000 with resolution of 3-4. The scan speed varies from 1650-27000 for the respective mass ranges.
1857 
1858  /// 6320 Ion Trap LC/MS: The 6320 Ion Trap LC/MS is a Agilent liquid chromatography instrument combined with a 6300 series Agilent ion trap. It has a mass range of 50-2200 between 0.6 to 0.25 resolution and mass range of 200-4000 with resolution of less than 3. The scan speed varies from 1650-27000 for the respective mass ranges.
1860 
1861  /// 6330 Ion Trap LC/MS: The 6330 Ion Trap LC/MS is a Agilent liquid chromatography instrument combined with a 6300 series Agilent ion trap. It has a mass range of 50-2200 between 0.6 to 0.25 resolution and mass range of 200-4000 with resolution of less than 3. The scan speed varies from 1650-27000 for the respective mass ranges.
1863 
1864  /// 6340 Ion Trap LC/MS: The 6340 Ion Trap LC/MS is a Agilent liquid chromatography instrument combined with a 6300 series Agilent ion trap. It has a mass range of 50-2200 between 0.6 to 0.25 resolution and mass range of 200-4000 with resolution of less than 3. The scan speed varies from 1650-27000 for the respective mass ranges.
1866 
1867  /// 6410 Triple Quadrupole LC/MS: The 6410 Quadrupole LC/MS system is a Agilent liquid chromatography instrument combined with a Agilent triple quadrupole mass spectrometer. Mass range of the mass spectrometer is 15-1650 m/z, resolution is at three settings of 0.7 u (unit), 1.2 u (wide) and 2.5 u (widest). The mass accuracy for 6410 mass spectrometer is 0.1 across the mass range. The collision cell is a hexapole with linear acceleration.
1869 
1870  /// 6410 Triple Quad LC/MS (6410 Triple Quadrupole LC/MS): The 6410 Quadrupole LC/MS system is a Agilent liquid chromatography instrument combined with a Agilent triple quadrupole mass spectrometer. Mass range of the mass spectrometer is 15-1650 m/z, resolution is at three settings of 0.7 u (unit), 1.2 u (wide) and 2.5 u (widest). The mass accuracy for 6410 mass spectrometer is 0.1 across the mass range. The collision cell is a hexapole with linear acceleration.
1872 
1873  /// 1200 series LC/MSD VL: The LC/MSD VL ion trap is part of the family of Agilent ion trap mass spectrometers. It has ESI, APCI and APPI ion sources and is a useful ion trap when the amount of sample is not the limiting factor.
1875 
1876  /// purgatory: Terms that will likely become obsolete unless there are wails of dissent.
1877  MS_purgatory = 1000479,
1878 
1879  /// mass analyzer attribute: Analyzer properties that are associated with a value.
1881 
1882  /// detector attribute: Detector attribute recognized as a value.
1884 
1885  /// source attribute: Property of a source device that need a value.
1887 
1888  /// Thermo Fisher Scientific instrument model: Thermo Fisher Scientific instrument model. The company has gone through several names including Thermo Finnigan, Thermo Scientific.
1890 
1891  /// orbitrap: An ion trapping device that consists of an outer barrel-like electrode and a coaxial inner spindle-like electrode that form an electrostatic field with quadro-logarithmic potential distribution. The frequency of harmonic oscillations of the orbitally trapped ions along the axis of the electrostatic field is independent of the ion velocity and is inversely proportional to the square root of m/z so that the trap can be used as a mass analyzer.
1892  MS_orbitrap = 1000484,
1893 
1894  /// nanospray inlet: Nanospray Inlet.
1896 
1897  /// source potential: Potential difference at the MS source in volts.
1899 
1900  /// ion optics attribute: Ion optics involves components that help focus ion streams in mass spectrometry.
1902 
1903  /// Hitachi instrument model: Hitachi instrument model.
1905 
1906  /// Varian instrument model: Varian instrument model.
1908 
1909  /// Agilent instrument model: Agilent instrument model.
1911 
1912  /// Dionex instrument model: Dionex instrument model.
1914 
1915  /// Thermo Electron instrument model: Thermo Electron Corporation instrument model.
1917 
1918  /// Finnigan MAT instrument model: Finnigan MAT instrument model.
1920 
1921  /// Thermo Scientific instrument model: Thermo Scientific instrument model.
1923 
1924  /// Applied Biosystems instrument model: Applied Biosystems instrument model.
1926 
1927  /// ABI (Applied Biosystems instrument model): Applied Biosystems instrument model.
1929 
1930  /// instrument attribute: Instrument properties that are associated with a value.
1932 
1933  /// zoom scan: Special scan mode, where data with improved resoltuion is acquired. This is typically achieved by scanning a more narrow m/z window or scanning with a lower scan rate.
1934  MS_zoom_scan = 1000497,
1935 
1936  /// enhanced resolution scan (zoom scan): Special scan mode, where data with improved resoltuion is acquired. This is typically achieved by scanning a more narrow m/z window or scanning with a lower scan rate.
1938 
1939  /// full scan: Feature of the ion trap mass spectrometer where MS data is acquired over a mass range.
1940  MS_full_scan = 1000498,
1941 
1942  /// spectrum attribute: Spectrum properties that are associated with a value.
1944 
1945  /// scan window upper limit: The lower m/z bound of a mass spectrometer scan window.
1947 
1948  /// scan window lower limit: The upper m/z bound of a mass spectrometer scan window.
1950 
1951  /// dwell time: The time spent gathering data across a peak.
1952  MS_dwell_time = 1000502,
1953 
1954  /// scan attribute: Scan properties that are associated with a value.
1956 
1957  /// base peak m/z: M/z value of the signal of highest intensity in the mass spectrum.
1958  MS_base_peak_m_z = 1000504,
1959 
1960  /// base peak intensity: The intensity of the greatest peak in the mass spectrum.
1962 
1963  /// ion role: Ion Role.
1964  MS_ion_role = 1000506,
1965 
1966  /// ion attribute: Ion properties that are associated with a value.
1967  MS_ion_attribute = 1000507,
1968 
1969  /// ion chemical type: Ion Type.
1971 
1972  /// activation energy: Activation Energy.
1974 
1975  /// precursor activation attribute: Precursor Activation Attribute.
1977 
1978  /// ms level: Stages of ms achieved in a multi stage mass spectrometry experiment.
1979  MS_ms_level = 1000511,
1980 
1981  /// filter string: A string unique to Thermo instrument describing instrument settings for the scan.
1982  MS_filter_string = 1000512,
1983 
1984  /// binary data array: A data array of values.
1986 
1987  /// m/z array: A data array of m/z values.
1988  MS_m_z_array = 1000514,
1989 
1990  /// intensity array: A data array of intensity values.
1992 
1993  /// charge array: A data array of charge values.
1994  MS_charge_array = 1000516,
1995 
1996  /// signal to noise array: A data array of signal-to-noise values.
1998 
1999  /// binary data type: Encoding type of binary data specifying the binary representation and precision, e.g. 64-bit float.
2001 
2002  /// 32-bit integer: Signed 32-bit little-endian integer.
2004 
2005  /// 16-bit float: Signed 16-bit float.
2007 
2008  /// 32-bit float: 32-bit precision little-endian floating point conforming to IEEE-754.
2009  MS_32_bit_float = 1000521,
2010 
2011  /// 64-bit integer: Signed 64-bit little-endian integer.
2013 
2014  /// 64-bit float: 64-bit precision little-endian floating point conforming to IEEE-754.
2015  MS_64_bit_float = 1000523,
2016 
2017  /// data file content: Describes the data content on the file.
2019 
2020  /// spectrum representation: Way in which the spectrum is represented, either with regularly spaced data points or with a list of centroided peaks.
2022 
2023  /// Waters raw file: Waters data file found in a Waters RAW directory, generated from an MS acquisition.
2025 
2026  /// highest observed m/z: Highest m/z value observed in the m/z array.
2028 
2029  /// lowest observed m/z: Lowest m/z value observed in the m/z array.
2031 
2032  /// instrument serial number: Serial Number of the instrument.
2034 
2035  /// file format conversion: Conversion of one file format to another.
2037 
2038  /// software: Software related to the recording or transformation of spectra.
2039  MS_software = 1000531,
2040 
2041  /// Xcalibur: Thermo Finnigan software for data acquisition and analysis.
2042  MS_Xcalibur = 1000532,
2043 
2044  /// Bioworks: Thermo Finnigan software for data analysis of peptides and proteins.
2045  MS_Bioworks = 1000533,
2046 
2047  /// MassLynx: Micromass software for data acquisition and analysis.
2048  MS_MassLynx = 1000534,
2049 
2050  /// FlexAnalysis: Bruker software for data analysis.
2051  MS_FlexAnalysis = 1000535,
2052 
2053  /// Data Explorer: Applied Biosystems software for data acquisition and analysis.
2054  MS_Data_Explorer = 1000536,
2055 
2056  /// 4700 Explorer: Applied Biosystems software for data acquisition and analysis.
2057  MS_4700_Explorer = 1000537,
2058 
2059  /// massWolf: A software for converting Waters raw directory format to mzXML or mzML. massWolf was originally developed at the Institute for Systems Biology.
2060  MS_massWolf = 1000538,
2061 
2062  /// wolf (massWolf): A software for converting Waters raw directory format to mzXML or mzML. massWolf was originally developed at the Institute for Systems Biology.
2064 
2065  /// Voyager Biospectrometry Workstation System: Applied Biosystems MALDI-TOF data acquisition and analysis system.
2067 
2068  /// FlexControl: Bruker software for data acquisition.
2069  MS_FlexControl = 1000540,
2070 
2071  /// ReAdW: A software program for converting Thermo Finnigan RAW file format to mzXML or mzML. ReAdW was originally developed at the Institute for Systems Biology. Its whimsical interleaved spelling and capitalization is pronounced \"readraw\".
2072  MS_ReAdW = 1000541,
2073 
2074  /// MzStar: A software program for converting Applied Biosystems wiff file format to mzXML format. MzStar was originally developed at the Institute for Systems Biology. It is now obsoleted by the MzWiff program.
2075  MS_MzStar = 1000542,
2076 
2077  /// data processing action: Data processing attribute used to describe the type of data processing performed on the data file.
2079 
2080  /// Conversion to mzML: Conversion of a file format to Proteomics Standards Initiative mzData file format.
2082 
2083  /// Conversion to mzXML: Conversion of a file format to Institute of Systems Biology mzXML file format.
2085 
2086  /// Conversion to mzData: Conversion of a file format to Proteomics Standards Initiative mzData file format.
2088 
2089  /// object attribute: Object Attribute.
2091 
2092  /// sample attribute: Sample properties that are associated with a value.
2094 
2095  /// selection window attribute: Selection window properties that are associated with a value.
2097 
2098  /// time unit: Time Unit.
2100 
2101  /// Analyst: AB SCIEX or Applied Biosystems|MDS SCIEX software for data acquisition.
2102  MS_Analyst = 1000551,
2103 
2104  /// maldi spot identifier: Maldi Spot Identifier.
2106 
2107  /// Trapper: A software program for converting Agilent MassHunter format to mzXML or mzML. Trapper was originally developed at the Institute for Systems Biology.
2108  MS_Trapper = 1000553,
2109 
2110  /// LCQ Deca: ThermoFinnigan LCQ Deca.
2111  MS_LCQ_Deca = 1000554,
2112 
2113  /// LTQ Orbitrap Discovery: LTQ Orbitrap Discovery.
2115 
2116  /// LTQ Orbitrap XL: LTQ Orbitrap XL.
2118 
2119  /// LTQ FT Ultra: LTQ FT Ultra.
2120  MS_LTQ_FT_Ultra = 1000557,
2121 
2122  /// GC Quantum: GC Quantum.
2123  MS_GC_Quantum = 1000558,
2124 
2125  /// spectrum type: Spectrum type.
2126  MS_spectrum_type = 1000559,
2127 
2128  /// mass spectrometer file format: The format of the file being used. This could be a instrument or vendor specific proprietary file format or a converted open file format.
2130 
2131  /// data file checksum type: Checksum is a form of redundancy check, a simple way to protect the integrity of data by detecting errors in data.
2133 
2134  /// ABI WIFF file: Applied Biosystems WIFF file format.
2135  MS_ABI_WIFF_file = 1000562,
2136 
2137  /// Thermo RAW file: Thermo Scientific RAW file format.
2139 
2140  /// PSI mzData file: Proteomics Standards Inititative mzData file format.
2142 
2143  /// Micromass PKL file: Micromass PKL file format.
2145 
2146  /// ISB mzXML file: Institute of Systems Biology mzXML file format.
2148 
2149  /// Bruker/Agilent YEP file: Bruker/Agilent YEP file format.
2151 
2152  /// MD5: MD5 (Message-Digest algorithm 5) is a cryptographic hash function with a 128-bit hash value used to check the integrity of files.
2153  MS_MD5 = 1000568,
2154 
2155  /// SHA-1: SHA-1 (Secure Hash Algorithm-1) is a cryptographic hash function designed by the National Security Agency (NSA) and published by the NIST as a U. S. government standard. It is also used to verify file integrity.
2156  MS_SHA_1 = 1000569,
2157 
2158  /// spectra combination: Method used to combine the mass spectra.
2160 
2161  /// sum of spectra: Spectra Sum.
2163 
2164  /// binary data compression type: Compression Type.
2166 
2167  /// median of spectra: Spectra is combined by calculating the median of the spectra.
2169 
2170  /// zlib compression: Zlib.
2172 
2173  /// mean of spectra: Spectra is combined by calculating the mean of the spectra.
2175 
2176  /// no compression: No Compression.
2178 
2179  /// raw data file: Describes the type of file and its content.
2180  MS_raw_data_file = 1000577,
2181 
2182  /// source file (raw data file): Describes the type of file and its content.
2184 
2185  /// LCQ Fleet: LCQ Fleet.
2186  MS_LCQ_Fleet = 1000578,
2187 
2188  /// MS1 spectrum: Mass spectrum created by a single-stage MS experiment or the first stage of a multi-stage experiment.
2189  MS_MS1_spectrum = 1000579,
2190 
2191  /// full spectrum (MS1 spectrum): Mass spectrum created by a single-stage MS experiment or the first stage of a multi-stage experiment.
2193 
2194  /// Q1 spectrum (MS1 spectrum): Mass spectrum created by a single-stage MS experiment or the first stage of a multi-stage experiment.
2196 
2197  /// Q3 spectrum (MS1 spectrum): Mass spectrum created by a single-stage MS experiment or the first stage of a multi-stage experiment.
2199 
2200  /// Single-Stage Mass Spectrometry (MS1 spectrum): Mass spectrum created by a single-stage MS experiment or the first stage of a multi-stage experiment.
2202 
2203  /// MSn spectrum: MSn refers to multi-stage MS/MS experiments designed to record product ion spectra where n is the number of product ion stages (progeny ions). For ion traps, sequential MS/MS experiments can be undertaken where n > 2 whereas for a simple triple quadrupole system n= 2.
2204  MS_MSn_spectrum = 1000580,
2205 
2206  /// multiple-stage mass spectrometry spectrum (MSn spectrum): MSn refers to multi-stage MS/MS experiments designed to record product ion spectra where n is the number of product ion stages (progeny ions). For ion traps, sequential MS/MS experiments can be undertaken where n > 2 whereas for a simple triple quadrupole system n= 2.
2208 
2209  /// nth generation product ion spectrum (MSn spectrum): MSn refers to multi-stage MS/MS experiments designed to record product ion spectra where n is the number of product ion stages (progeny ions). For ion traps, sequential MS/MS experiments can be undertaken where n > 2 whereas for a simple triple quadrupole system n= 2.
2211 
2212  /// product ion spectrum (MSn spectrum): MSn refers to multi-stage MS/MS experiments designed to record product ion spectra where n is the number of product ion stages (progeny ions). For ion traps, sequential MS/MS experiments can be undertaken where n > 2 whereas for a simple triple quadrupole system n= 2.
2214 
2215  /// CRM spectrum: Spectrum generated from MSn experiment with three or more stages of m/z separation and in which a particular multi-step reaction path is monitored.
2216  MS_CRM_spectrum = 1000581,
2217 
2218  /// SIM spectrum: Spectrum obtained with the operation of a mass spectrometer in which the abundances of one ion or several ions of specific m/z values are recorded rather than the entire mass spectrum (Selected Ion Monitoring).
2219  MS_SIM_spectrum = 1000582,
2220 
2221  /// MIM spectrum (SIM spectrum): Spectrum obtained with the operation of a mass spectrometer in which the abundances of one ion or several ions of specific m/z values are recorded rather than the entire mass spectrum (Selected Ion Monitoring).
2223 
2224  /// multiple ion monitoring spectrum (SIM spectrum): Spectrum obtained with the operation of a mass spectrometer in which the abundances of one ion or several ions of specific m/z values are recorded rather than the entire mass spectrum (Selected Ion Monitoring).
2226 
2227  /// selected ion monitoring spectrum (SIM spectrum): Spectrum obtained with the operation of a mass spectrometer in which the abundances of one ion or several ions of specific m/z values are recorded rather than the entire mass spectrum (Selected Ion Monitoring).
2229 
2230  /// SRM spectrum: Spectrum obtained when data are acquired from specific product ions corresponding to m/z values of selected precursor ions a recorded via two or more stages of mass spectrometry. The precursor/product ion pair is called a transition pair. Data can be obtained for a single transition pair or multiple transition pairs. Multiple time segments of different transition pairs can exist in a single file. Single precursor ions can have multiple product ions consitituting multiple transition pairs. Selected reaction monitoring can be performed as tandem mass spectrometry in time or tandem mass spectrometry in space.
2231  MS_SRM_spectrum = 1000583,
2232 
2233  /// MRM spectrum (SRM spectrum): Spectrum obtained when data are acquired from specific product ions corresponding to m/z values of selected precursor ions a recorded via two or more stages of mass spectrometry. The precursor/product ion pair is called a transition pair. Data can be obtained for a single transition pair or multiple transition pairs. Multiple time segments of different transition pairs can exist in a single file. Single precursor ions can have multiple product ions consitituting multiple transition pairs. Selected reaction monitoring can be performed as tandem mass spectrometry in time or tandem mass spectrometry in space.
2235 
2236  /// multiple reaction monitoring spectrum (SRM spectrum): Spectrum obtained when data are acquired from specific product ions corresponding to m/z values of selected precursor ions a recorded via two or more stages of mass spectrometry. The precursor/product ion pair is called a transition pair. Data can be obtained for a single transition pair or multiple transition pairs. Multiple time segments of different transition pairs can exist in a single file. Single precursor ions can have multiple product ions consitituting multiple transition pairs. Selected reaction monitoring can be performed as tandem mass spectrometry in time or tandem mass spectrometry in space.
2238 
2239  /// selected reaction monitoring spectrum (SRM spectrum): Spectrum obtained when data are acquired from specific product ions corresponding to m/z values of selected precursor ions a recorded via two or more stages of mass spectrometry. The precursor/product ion pair is called a transition pair. Data can be obtained for a single transition pair or multiple transition pairs. Multiple time segments of different transition pairs can exist in a single file. Single precursor ions can have multiple product ions consitituting multiple transition pairs. Selected reaction monitoring can be performed as tandem mass spectrometry in time or tandem mass spectrometry in space.
2241 
2242  /// mzML file: Proteomics Standards Inititative mzML file format.
2243  MS_mzML_file = 1000584,
2244 
2245  /// contact attribute: Details about a person or organization to contact in case of concern or discussion about the file.
2247 
2248  /// contact name: Name of the contact person or organization.
2249  MS_contact_name = 1000586,
2250 
2251  /// contact address: Postal address of the contact person or organization.
2253 
2254  /// contact URL: Uniform Resource Locator related to the contact person or organization.
2255  MS_contact_URL = 1000588,
2256 
2257  /// contact email: Email address of the contact person or organization.
2258  MS_contact_email = 1000589,
2259 
2260  /// contact organization: Home institution of the contact person.
2262 
2263  /// MzWiff: A software program for converting Applied Biosystems wiff file format to the mzXML or mzML format. MzWiff is currently maintained at the Institute for Systems Biology. It replaces the slower mzStar program.
2264  MS_MzWiff = 1000591,
2265 
2266  /// smoothing: A process of reducing spikes of intensity in order to reduce noise while preserving real peak signal. Many algorithms can be applied for this process.
2267  MS_smoothing = 1000592,
2268 
2269  /// baseline reduction: A process of removal of varying intensities generated due to variable energy absorption before further processing can take place. Baseline reduction facilitates meaningful comparision between intensities of m/z values.
2271 
2272  /// low intensity data point removal: The removal of very low intensity data points that are likely to be spurious noise rather than real signal.
2274 
2275  /// thresholding (low intensity data point removal): The removal of very low intensity data points that are likely to be spurious noise rather than real signal.
2277 
2278  /// time array: A data array of relative time offset values from a reference time.
2279  MS_time_array = 1000595,
2280 
2281  /// measurement method: An attribute of resolution when recording the detector response in absence of the analyte.
2283 
2284  /// ion optics type: The electrical potential used to impart kinetic energy to ions in a mass spectrometer.
2286 
2287  /// electron transfer dissociation: A process to fragment ions in a mass spectrometer by inducing fragmentation of cations (e.g. peptides or proteins) by transferring electrons to them.
2289 
2290  /// ETD (electron transfer dissociation): A process to fragment ions in a mass spectrometer by inducing fragmentation of cations (e.g. peptides or proteins) by transferring electrons to them.
2292 
2293  /// pulsed q dissociation: A process that involves precursor ion activation at high Q, a time delay to allow the precursor to fragment, then a rapid pulse to low Q where all fragment ions are trapped. The product ions can then be scanned out of the ion trap and detected.
2295 
2296  /// PQD (pulsed q dissociation): A process that involves precursor ion activation at high Q, a time delay to allow the precursor to fragment, then a rapid pulse to low Q where all fragment ions are trapped. The product ions can then be scanned out of the ion trap and detected.
2298 
2299  /// Proteios: Database application and analysis platform for proteomics.
2300  MS_Proteios = 1000600,
2301 
2302  /// ProteinLynx Global Server: Waters software for data analysis.
2304 
2305  /// Shimadzu Biotech instrument model: Shimadzu Biotech instrument model.
2307 
2308  /// Shimadzu Scientific Instruments instrument model: Shimadzu Scientific Instruments instrument model.
2310 
2311  /// LCMS-IT-TOF: Shimadzu Scientific Instruments LCMS-IT-TOF MS.
2312  MS_LCMS_IT_TOF = 1000604,
2313 
2314  /// LCMS-2010EV: Shimadzu Scientific Instruments LCMS-2010EV MS.
2315  MS_LCMS_2010EV = 1000605,
2316 
2317  /// LCMS-2010A: Shimadzu Scientific Instruments LCMS-2010A MS.
2318  MS_LCMS_2010A = 1000606,
2319 
2320  /// AXIMA CFR MALDI-TOF: Shimadzu Biotech AXIMA CFR MALDI-TOF MS.
2322 
2323  /// AXIMA-QIT: Shimadzu Biotech AXIMA-QIT MS.
2324  MS_AXIMA_QIT = 1000608,
2325 
2326  /// AXIMA-CFR plus: Shimadzu Biotech AXIMA-CFR plus MS.
2328 
2329  /// AXIMA Performance MALDI-TOF/TOF: Shimadzu Biotech AXIMA Performance MALDI-TOF/TOF MS.
2331 
2332  /// AXIMA Confidence MALDI-TOF: Shimadzu Biotech AXIMA Confidence MALDI-TOF (curved field reflectron) MS.
2334 
2335  /// AXIMA Assurance Linear MALDI-TOF: Shimadzu Biotech AXIMA Assurance Linear MALDI-TOF MS.
2337 
2338  /// DTA file: Sequest DTA file format.
2339  MS_DTA_file = 1000613,
2340 
2341  /// ProteinLynx Global Server mass spectrum XML file: Peak list file format used by ProteinLynx Global Server.
2343 
2344  /// ProteoWizard: ProteoWizard software for data processing and analysis. Primarily developed by the labs of P. Malick and D. Tabb.
2345  MS_ProteoWizard = 1000615,
2346 
2347  /// pwiz (ProteoWizard): ProteoWizard software for data processing and analysis. Primarily developed by the labs of P. Malick and D. Tabb.
2349 
2350  /// preset scan configuration: A user-defined scan configuration that specifies the instrumental settings in which a spectrum is acquired. An instrument may cycle through a list of preset scan configurations to acquire data. This is a more generic term for the Thermo \"scan event\", which is defined in the Thermo Xcalibur glossary as: a mass spectrometer scan that is defined by choosing the necessary scan parameter settings. Multiple scan events can be defined for each segment of time.
2352 
2353  /// wavelength array: A data array of electromagnetic radiation wavelength values.
2355 
2356  /// highest observed wavelength: Highest wavelength observed in an EMR spectrum.
2358 
2359  /// lowest observed wavelength: Lowest wavelength observed in an EMR spectrum.
2361 
2362  /// PDA spectrum: Spectrum generated from a photodiode array detector (ultraviolet/visible spectrum).
2364 
2365  /// photodiode array detector: An array detector used to record spectra in the ultraviolet and visable region of light.
2367 
2368  /// PDA (photodiode array detector): An array detector used to record spectra in the ultraviolet and visable region of light.
2370 
2371  /// Surveyor PDA: Surveyor PDA.
2372  MS_Surveyor_PDA = 1000622,
2373 
2374  /// Accela PDA: Accela PDA.
2375  MS_Accela_PDA = 1000623,
2376 
2377  /// inductive detector: Inductive detector.
2379 
2380  /// image current detector (inductive detector): Inductive detector.
2382 
2383  /// chromatogram: The representation of detector response versus time.
2384  MS_chromatogram = 1000625,
2385 
2386  /// chromatogram type: Broad category or type of a chromatogram.
2388 
2389  /// selected ion current chromatogram: Chromatogram created by creating an array of the measurements of a specific single ion current at each time point.
2391 
2392  /// SIC chromatogram (selected ion current chromatogram): Chromatogram created by creating an array of the measurements of a specific single ion current at each time point.
2394 
2395  /// basepeak chromatogram: Chromatogram created by creating an array of the most intense peaks at each time point.
2397 
2398  /// low intensity threshold: Threshold below which some action is taken.
2400 
2401  /// data processing parameter: Data processing parameter used in the data processing performed on the data file.
2403 
2404  /// high intensity threshold: Threshold above which some action is taken.
2406 
2407  /// Q-Tof Premier: Waters Q-Tof Premier MS.
2408  MS_Q_Tof_Premier = 1000632,
2409 
2410  /// possible charge state: A possible charge state of the ion in a situation where the charge of an ion is known to be one of several possible values rather than a completely unknown value or determined to be a specific charge with reasonable certainty.
2412 
2413  /// DSQ: ThermoFinnigan DSQ GC-MS.
2414  MS_DSQ = 1000634,
2415 
2416  /// ITQ 700: Thermo Scientific ITQ 700 GC-MS.
2417  MS_ITQ_700 = 1000635,
2418 
2419  /// ITQ 900: Thermo Scientific ITQ 900 GC-MS.
2420  MS_ITQ_900 = 1000636,
2421 
2422  /// ITQ 1100: Thermo Scientific ITQ 1100 GC-MS.
2423  MS_ITQ_1100 = 1000637,
2424 
2425  /// LTQ XL ETD: Thermo Scientific LTQ XL MS with ETD.
2426  MS_LTQ_XL_ETD = 1000638,
2427 
2428  /// LTQ Orbitrap XL ETD: Thermo Scientific LTQ Orbitrap XL MS with ETD.
2430 
2431  /// DFS: Thermo Scientific DFS HR GC-MS.
2432  MS_DFS = 1000640,
2433 
2434  /// DSQ II: Thermo Scientific DSQ II GC-MS.
2435  MS_DSQ_II = 1000641,
2436 
2437  /// MALDI LTQ XL: Thermo Scientific MALDI LTQ XL MS.
2438  MS_MALDI_LTQ_XL = 1000642,
2439 
2440  /// MALDI LTQ Orbitrap: Thermo Scientific MALDI LTQ Orbitrap MS.
2442 
2443  /// TSQ Quantum Access: Thermo Scientific TSQ Quantum Access MS.
2445 
2446  /// Element XR: Thermo Scientific Element XR HR-ICP-MS.
2447  MS_Element_XR = 1000645,
2448 
2449  /// Element 2: Thermo Scientific Element 2 HR-ICP-MS.
2450  MS_Element_2 = 1000646,
2451 
2452  /// Element GD: Thermo Scientific Element GD Glow Discharge MS.
2453  MS_Element_GD = 1000647,
2454 
2455  /// GC IsoLink: Thermo Scientific GC IsoLink Isotope Ratio MS.
2456  MS_GC_IsoLink = 1000648,
2457 
2458  /// Exactive: Thermo Scientific Exactive MS.
2459  MS_Exactive = 1000649,
2460 
2461  /// Proteome Discoverer: Thermo Scientific software for data analysis of peptides and proteins.
2463 
2464  /// 3200 QTRAP: AB SCIEX or Applied Biosystems|MDS SCIEX QTRAP 3200.
2465  MS_3200_QTRAP = 1000651,
2466 
2467  /// 4800 Plus MALDI TOF/TOF: AB SCIEX or Applied Biosystems|MDS SCIEX 4800 Plus MALDI TOF-TOF Analyzer.
2469 
2470  /// API 3200: AB SCIEX or Applied Biosystems|MDS SCIEX API 3200 MS.
2471  MS_API_3200 = 1000653,
2472 
2473  /// API 5000: AB SCIEX or Applied Biosystems|MDS SCIEX API 5000 MS.
2474  MS_API_5000 = 1000654,
2475 
2476  /// QSTAR Elite: AB SCIEX or Applied Biosystems|MDS SCIEX QSTAR Elite.
2477  MS_QSTAR_Elite = 1000655,
2478 
2479  /// QSTAR Pulsar: Applied Biosystems|MDS SCIEX QSTAR Pulsar.
2480  MS_QSTAR_Pulsar = 1000656,
2481 
2482  /// QSTAR XL: Applied Biosystems|MDS SCIEX QSTAR XL.
2483  MS_QSTAR_XL = 1000657,
2484 
2485  /// 4800 Proteomics Analyzer: Applied Biosystems|MDS SCIEX 4800 Proteomics Analyzer.
2487 
2488  /// 4000 Series Explorer Software: AB SCIEX or Applied Biosystems software for data acquisition and analysis.
2490 
2491  /// GPS Explorer: AB SCIEX or Applied Biosystems software for data acquisition and analysis.
2492  MS_GPS_Explorer = 1000661,
2493 
2494  /// LightSight Software: AB SCIEX or Applied Biosystems|MDS SCIEX software metabolite identification.
2496 
2497  /// ProteinPilot Software: AB SCIEX or Applied Biosystems|MDS SCIEX software for protein ID and quant.
2499 
2500  /// TissueView Software: Applied Biosystems|MDS SCIEX software for tissue imaging.
2502 
2503  /// MarkerView Software: Applied Biosystems|MDS SCIEX software for metabolomics and biomarker profiling.
2505 
2506  /// MRMPilot Software: Applied Biosystems|MDS SCIEX software for MRM assay development.
2508 
2509  /// BioAnalyst: Applied Biosystems|MDS SCIEX software for bio-related data exploration.
2510  MS_BioAnalyst = 1000667,
2511 
2512  /// Pro ID: Applied Biosystems|MDS SCIEX software for protein identification.
2513  MS_Pro_ID = 1000668,
2514 
2515  /// Pro ICAT: Applied Biosystems|MDS SCIEX software for protein ID and quant by ICAT.
2516  MS_Pro_ICAT = 1000669,
2517 
2518  /// Pro Quant: Applied Biosystems|MDS SCIEX software for protein ID and quant by iTRAQ.
2519  MS_Pro_Quant = 1000670,
2520 
2521  /// Pro BLAST: Applied Biosystems|MDS SCIEX software for MS-BLAST identification.
2522  MS_Pro_BLAST = 1000671,
2523 
2524  /// Cliquid: AB SCIEX Cliquid software for data analysis and quantitation.
2525  MS_Cliquid = 1000672,
2526 
2527  /// MIDAS Workflow Designer: Applied Biosystems|MDS SCIEX software for MRM assay development.
2529 
2530  /// MultiQuant: Applied Biosystems|MDS SCIEX software for MRM-based quantitation.
2531  MS_MultiQuant = 1000674,
2532 
2533  /// 6220 Time-of-Flight LC/MS: The 6220 Time-of-Flight LC/MS is a Agilent liquid chromatography instrument combined with a Agilent time of flight mass spectrometer. This time of flight mass spectrometer has a m/z range of 50-12000, mass accuracy of less than 2 ppm and resolution greater than 13,000 at m/z 2722. It has multiple ion sources and can be used with multimode ion sources.
2535 
2536  /// 6510 Quadrupole Time-of-Flight LC/MS: The 6510 Quadrupole Time-of-Flight LC/MS is a Agilent liquid chromatography instrument combined with a Agilent time of flight mass spectrometer. This time of flight mass spectrometer has a m/z range of 50-12000, mass accuracy of less than 2 ppm and resolution greater than 13,000 at m/z 2722. It has multiple ion sources and can be used with multimode ion sources.
2538 
2539  /// 6520 Quadrupole Time-of-Flight LC/MS: The 6520 Quadrupole Time-of-Flight LC/MS is a Agilent liquid chromatography instrument combined with a Agilent time of flight mass spectrometer. This time of flight mass spectrometer has a m/z range of 50-12000, mass accuracy of less than 2 ppm and resolution greater than 26,000 at m/z 2722. It has multiple ion sources and can be used with multimode ion sources.
2541 
2542  /// MassHunter Data Acquisition: Software for data acquisition of 6000 series instruments.
2544 
2545  /// MassHunter Easy Access: Software for open access data acquisition.
2547 
2548  /// MassHunter Qualitative Analysis: Software for data analysis of data from 6000 series instruments.
2550 
2551  /// MassHunter Quantitative Analysis: Software for quantitation of Triple Quadruople and Quadrupole Time-of-Flight data.
2553 
2554  /// MassHunter Metabolite ID: Software for identification of metabolites.
2556 
2557  /// MassHunter BioConfirm: Software for protein characterization.
2559 
2560  /// Genespring MS: Software for quantitation and statistical analysis of TOF and Q-TOF LC/MS data.
2561  MS_Genespring_MS = 1000684,
2562 
2563  /// MassHunter Mass Profiler: Software for quantitation and statistical analysis of TOF and Q-TOF LC/MS data.
2565 
2566  /// METLIN: Personal Metabolite Database for MassHunter Workstation. Software for identification of human metabolites.
2567  MS_METLIN = 1000686,
2568 
2569  /// Spectrum Mill for MassHunter Workstation: Software for protein identification and characterization of complex protein digest mixtures.
2571 
2572  /// 6300 Series Ion Trap Data Analysis Software: Software for data analysis of 6300 series ion trap mass spectrometers.
2574 
2575  /// Agilent software: Agilent software for data acquisition and analysis.
2577 
2578  /// AB SCIEX software: AB SCIEX or Applied Biosystems software for data acquisition and analysis.
2580 
2581  /// Applied Biosystems software: Applied Biosystems|MDS SCIEX software for data acquisition and analysis.
2583 
2584  /// Bruker software: Bruker software for data acquisition and analysis.
2586 
2587  /// Thermo Finnigan software: Thermo Finnigan software for data acquisition and analysis.
2589 
2590  /// Waters software: Waters software for data acquisition and analysis.
2592 
2593  /// apex ultra: Bruker Daltonics' apex ultra: ESI, MALDI, Nanospray, APCI, APPI, Qh-FT_ICR.
2594  MS_apex_ultra = 1000695,
2595 
2596  /// autoflex III smartbeam: Bruker Daltonics' autoflex III smartbeam: MALDI TOF.
2598 
2599  /// Bruker Daltonics HCT Series: Bruker Daltonics HCT Series.
2601 
2602  /// HCTultra: Bruker Daltonics' HCTultra: ESI TOF, Nanospray, APCI, APPI.
2603  MS_HCTultra = 1000698,
2604 
2605  /// HCTultra PTM: Bruker Daltonics' HCTultra PTM: ESI TOF, Nanospray, APCI, APPI, PTR.
2606  MS_HCTultra_PTM = 1000699,
2607 
2608  /// HCTultra ETD II: Bruker Daltonics' HCTultra ETD II: ESI Q-TOF, Nanospray, APCI, APPI, ETD.
2610 
2611  /// microflex LT: Bruker Daltonics' microflex LT: MALDI TOF.
2612  MS_microflex_LT = 1000701,
2613 
2614  /// micrOTOF: Bruker Daltonics' micrOTOF: ESI TOF, APCI, APPI.
2615  MS_micrOTOF = 1000702,
2616 
2617  /// micrOTOF-Q: Bruker Daltonics' micrOTOF-Q: ESI Q-TOF, Nanospray, APCI, APPI.
2618  MS_micrOTOF_Q = 1000703,
2619 
2620  /// micrOTOF-Q II: Bruker Daltonics' micrOTOF-Q II: ESI Q-TOF, Nanospray, APCI, APPI.
2621  MS_micrOTOF_Q_II = 1000704,
2622 
2623  /// ultraflex III TOF/TOF: Bruker Daltonics' ultraflex III TOF/TOF: MALDI TOF.
2625 
2626  /// apexControl: Bruker software for data acquisition.
2627  MS_apexControl = 1000706,
2628 
2629  /// BioTools: Bruker software for data analysis.
2630  MS_BioTools = 1000707,
2631 
2632  /// CLINPROT: Bruker CLINPROT software.
2633  MS_CLINPROT = 1000708,
2634 
2635  /// CLINPROT micro: Bruker CLINPROT micro software.
2637 
2638  /// CLINPROT robot: Bruker CLINPROT robot software.
2640 
2641  /// ClinProTools: Bruker ClinProTools software.
2642  MS_ClinProTools = 1000711,
2643 
2644  /// Compass: Bruker Compass software.
2645  MS_Compass = 1000712,
2646 
2647  /// Compass for HCT/esquire: Bruker Compass for HCT/esquire software.
2649 
2650  /// Compass for micrOTOF: Bruker Compass for micrOTOF software.
2652 
2653  /// Compass OpenAccess: Bruker compass OpenAccess software.
2655 
2656  /// Compass Security Pack: Bruker compass Security Pack software.
2658 
2659  /// CompassXport: Bruker stand-alone software for data conversion.
2660  MS_CompassXport = 1000717,
2661 
2662  /// CompassXtract: Bruker software library for data access.
2663  MS_CompassXtract = 1000718,
2664 
2665  /// DataAnalysis: Bruker software for data analysis.
2666  MS_DataAnalysis = 1000719,
2667 
2668  /// dpControl: Bruker software for data acquisition.
2669  MS_dpControl = 1000720,
2670 
2671  /// esquireControl: Bruker software for data acquisition.
2673 
2674  /// flexImaging: Bruker software for data analysis.
2675  MS_flexImaging = 1000722,
2676 
2677  /// GENOLINK: Bruker GENOLINK software.
2678  MS_GENOLINK = 1000723,
2679 
2680  /// GenoTools: Bruker GenoTools software.
2681  MS_GenoTools = 1000724,
2682 
2683  /// HCTcontrol: Bruker software for data acquisition.
2684  MS_HCTcontrol = 1000725,
2685 
2686  /// micrOTOFcontrol: Bruker software for data acquisition.
2688 
2689  /// PolyTools: Bruker PolyTools software.
2690  MS_PolyTools = 1000727,
2691 
2692  /// ProfileAnalysis: Bruker software for data analysis.
2694 
2695  /// PROTEINEER: Bruker PROTEINEER software.
2696  MS_PROTEINEER = 1000729,
2697 
2698  /// PROTEINEER dp: Bruker PROTEINEER dp software.
2699  MS_PROTEINEER_dp = 1000730,
2700 
2701  /// PROTEINEER fc: Bruker PROTEINEER fc software.
2702  MS_PROTEINEER_fc = 1000731,
2703 
2704  /// PROTEINEER spII: Bruker PROTEINEER spII software.
2706 
2707  /// PROTEINEER-LC: Bruker PROTEINEER-LC software.
2708  MS_PROTEINEER_LC = 1000733,
2709 
2710  /// ProteinScape: Bruker ProteinScape software.
2711  MS_ProteinScape = 1000734,
2712 
2713  /// PureDisk: BrukerPureDisk software.
2714  MS_PureDisk = 1000735,
2715 
2716  /// QuantAnalysis: Bruker software for data analysis.
2717  MS_QuantAnalysis = 1000736,
2718 
2719  /// spControl: Bruker software for data acquisition.
2720  MS_spControl = 1000737,
2721 
2722  /// TargetAnalysis: Bruker TargetAnalysis software.
2724 
2725  /// WARP-LC: Bruker WARP-LC software.
2726  MS_WARP_LC = 1000739,
2727 
2728  /// parameter file: Parameter file used to configure the acquisition of raw data on the instrument.
2730 
2731  /// Conversion to dta: Conversion to dta format.
2733 
2734  /// Bioworks SRF file: Thermo Finnigan SRF file format.
2736 
2737  /// TSQ Quantum Ultra AM: Thermo Scientific TSQ Quantum Ultra AM.
2739 
2740  /// selected ion m/z: Mass-to-charge ratio of the ion selected for fragmentation.
2742 
2743  /// retention time alignment: The correction of the spectrum scan times, as used e.g. in label-free proteomics.
2745 
2746  /// high intensity data point removal: The removal of very high intensity data points.
2748 
2749  /// completion time: The time that a data processing action was finished.
2751 
2752  /// SSQ 7000: ThermoFinnigan SSQ 7000 MS.
2753  MS_SSQ_7000 = 1000748,
2754 
2755  /// TSQ 7000: ThermoFinnigan TSQ 7000 MS.
2756  MS_TSQ_7000 = 1000749,
2757 
2758  /// TSQ: ThermoFinnigan TSQ MS.
2759  MS_TSQ = 1000750,
2760 
2761  /// TSQ Quantum Ultra: Thermo Scientific TSQ Quantum Ultra.
2763 
2764  /// TOPP software: TOPP (The OpenMS proteomics pipeline) software.
2765  MS_TOPP_software = 1000752,
2766 
2767  /// BaselineFilter: Removes the baseline from profile spectra using a top-hat filter.
2769 
2770  /// DBExporter: Exports data from an OpenMS database to a file.
2771  MS_DBExporter = 1000754,
2772 
2773  /// DBImporter: Imports data to an OpenMS database.
2774  MS_DBImporter = 1000755,
2775 
2776  /// FileConverter: Converts between different MS file formats.
2777  MS_FileConverter = 1000756,
2778 
2779  /// FileFilter: Extracts or manipulates portions of data from peak, feature or consensus feature files.
2780  MS_FileFilter = 1000757,
2781 
2782  /// FileMerger: Merges several MS files into one file.
2783  MS_FileMerger = 1000758,
2784 
2785  /// InternalCalibration: Applies an internal calibration.
2787 
2788  /// MapAligner: Corrects retention time distortions between maps.
2789  MS_MapAligner = 1000760,
2790 
2791  /// MapNormalizer: Normalizes peak intensities in an MS run.
2792  MS_MapNormalizer = 1000761,
2793 
2794  /// NoiseFilter: Removes noise from profile spectra by using different smoothing techniques.
2795  MS_NoiseFilter = 1000762,
2796 
2797  /// PeakPicker: Finds mass spectrometric peaks in profile mass spectra.
2798  MS_PeakPicker = 1000763,
2799 
2800  /// Resampler: Transforms an LC/MS map into a resampled map or a png image.
2801  MS_Resampler = 1000764,
2802 
2803  /// SpectraFilter: Applies a filter to peak spectra.
2804  MS_SpectraFilter = 1000765,
2805 
2806  /// TOFCalibration: Applies time of flight calibration.
2808 
2809  /// native spectrum identifier format: Describes how the native spectrum identifiers are formated.
2811 
2812  /// nativeID format (native spectrum identifier format): Describes how the native spectrum identifiers are formated.
2814 
2815  /// Thermo nativeID format: controllerType=xsd:nonNegativeInteger controllerNumber=xsd:positiveInteger scan=xsd:positiveInteger.
2817 
2818  /// Waters nativeID format: function=xsd:positiveInteger process=xsd:nonNegativeInteger scan=xsd:nonNegativeInteger.
2820 
2821  /// WIFF nativeID format: sample=xsd:nonNegativeInteger period=xsd:nonNegativeInteger cycle=xsd:nonNegativeInteger experiment=xsd:nonNegativeInteger.
2823 
2824  /// Bruker/Agilent YEP nativeID format: scan=xsd:nonNegativeInteger.
2826 
2827  /// Bruker BAF nativeID format: scan=xsd:nonNegativeInteger.
2829 
2830  /// Bruker FID nativeID format: file=xsd:IDREF.
2832 
2833  /// multiple peak list nativeID format: index=xsd:nonNegativeInteger.
2835 
2836  /// single peak list nativeID format: file=xsd:IDREF.
2838 
2839  /// scan number only nativeID format: scan=xsd:nonNegativeInteger.
2841 
2842  /// spectrum identifier nativeID format: spectrum=xsd:nonNegativeInteger.
2844 
2845  /// charge state calculation: A process that infers the charge state of an MSn spectrum's precursor(s) by the application of some algorithm.
2847 
2848  /// below precursor intensity dominance charge state calculation: Infers charge state as single or amibiguously multiple by determining the fraction of intensity below the precursor m/z.
2850 
2851  /// precursor recalculation: A process that recalculates existing precursor selected ions with one or more algorithmically determined precursor selected ions.
2853 
2854  /// msPrefix precursor recalculation: Recalculates one or more precursor selected ions by peak detection in the isolation windows of high accuracy MS precursor scans.
2856 
2857  /// Savitzky-Golay smoothing: Reduces intensity spikes by applying local polynomial regression (of degree k) on a distribution (of at least k+1 equally spaced points) to determine the smoothed value for each point. It tends to preserve features of the distribution such as relative maxima, minima and width, which are usually 'flattened' by other adjacent averaging techniques.
2859 
2860  /// LOWESS smoothing: Reduces intensity spikes by applying a modeling method known as locally weighted polynomial regression. At each point in the data set a low-degree polynomial is fit to a subset of the data, with explanatory variable values near the point whose response is being estimated. The polynomial is fit using weighted least squares, giving more weight to points near the point whose response is being estimated and less weight to points further away. The value of the regression function for the point is then obtained by evaluating the local polynomial using the explanatory variable values for that data point. The LOESS fit is complete after regression function values have been computed for each of the n data points. Many of the details of this method, such as the degree of the polynomial model and the weights, are flexible.
2862 
2863  /// Gaussian smoothing: Reduces intensity spikes by convolving the data with a one-dimensional Gaussian function.
2865 
2866  /// binomial smoothing (Gaussian smoothing): Reduces intensity spikes by convolving the data with a one-dimensional Gaussian function.
2868 
2869  /// Weierstrass transform (Gaussian smoothing): Reduces intensity spikes by convolving the data with a one-dimensional Gaussian function.
2871 
2872  /// moving average smoothing: Reduces intensity spikes by averaging each point with two or more adjacent points. The more adjacent points that used, the stronger the smoothing effect.
2874 
2875  /// box smoothing (moving average smoothing): Reduces intensity spikes by averaging each point with two or more adjacent points. The more adjacent points that used, the stronger the smoothing effect.
2877 
2878  /// boxcar smoothing (moving average smoothing): Reduces intensity spikes by averaging each point with two or more adjacent points. The more adjacent points that used, the stronger the smoothing effect.
2880 
2881  /// sliding average smoothing (moving average smoothing): Reduces intensity spikes by averaging each point with two or more adjacent points. The more adjacent points that used, the stronger the smoothing effect.
2883 
2884  /// non-standard data array: A data array that contains data not covered by any other term in this group. Please do not use this term, if the binary data array type might be commonly used - contact the PSI-MS working group in order to have another CV term added.
2886 
2887  /// inclusive low intensity threshold: Threshold at or below which some action is taken.
2889 
2890  /// inclusive high intensity threshold: Threshold at or above which some action is taken.
2892 
2893  /// enhanced multiply charged spectrum: MS1 spectrum that is enriched in multiply-charged ions compared to singly-charged ions.
2895 
2896  /// time-delayed fragmentation spectrum: MSn spectrum in which the product ions are collected after a time delay, which allows the observation of lower energy fragmentation processes after precursor ion activation.
2898 
2899  /// enhanced resolution scan: Scan with enhanced resolution.
2901 
2902  /// isolation window attribute: Isolation window parameter.
2904 
2905  /// isolation window upper limit: The highest m/z being isolated in an isolation window.
2907 
2908  /// isolation window lower limit: The lowest m/z being isolated in an isolation window.
2910 
2911  /// no combination: Use this term if only one scan was recorded or there is no information about scans available.
2913 
2914  /// spectrum title: A free-form text title describing a spectrum.
2916 
2917  /// peak list scans: A list of scan numbers and or scan ranges associated with a peak list. If possible the list of scans should be converted to native spectrum identifiers instead of using this term.
2919 
2920  /// peak list raw scans: A list of raw scans and or scan ranges used to generate a peak list. If possible the list of scans should be converted to native spectrum identifiers instead of using this term.
2922 
2923  /// custom unreleased software tool: A software tool that has not yet been released. The value should describe the software. Please do not use this term for publicly available software - contact the PSI-MS working group in order to have another CV term added.
2925 
2926  /// mass resolving power: The observed mass divided by the difference between two masses that can be separated: m/dm. The procedure by which dm was obtained and the mass at which the measurement was made should be reported.
2928 
2929  /// area peak picking: Spectral peak processing conducted on the acquired data to convert profile data to centroided data. The area defined by all raw data points that belong to the peak is reported.
2931 
2932  /// sum peak picking (area peak picking): Spectral peak processing conducted on the acquired data to convert profile data to centroided data. The area defined by all raw data points that belong to the peak is reported.
2934 
2935  /// height peak picking: Spectral peak processing conducted on the acquired data to convert profile data to centroided data. The maximum intensity of all raw data points that belong to the peak is reported.
2937 
2938  /// max peak picking (height peak picking): Spectral peak processing conducted on the acquired data to convert profile data to centroided data. The maximum intensity of all raw data points that belong to the peak is reported.
2940 
2941  /// analyzer scan offset: Offset between two analyzers in a constant neutral loss or neutral gain scan. The value corresponds to the neutral loss or neutral gain value.
2943 
2944  /// electromagnetic radiation spectrum: A plot of the relative intensity of electromagnetic radiation as a function of the wavelength.
2946 
2947  /// EMR spectrum (electromagnetic radiation spectrum): A plot of the relative intensity of electromagnetic radiation as a function of the wavelength.
2949 
2950  /// emission spectrum: A plot of the relative intensity of electromagnetic radiation emitted by atoms or molecules when excited.
2952 
2953  /// absorption spectrum: A plot of the relative intensity of electromagnetic radiation absorbed by atoms or molecules when excited.
2955 
2956  /// Th/s: Unit describing the scan rate of a spectrum in Thomson per second.
2957  MS_Th_s = 1000807,
2958 
2959  /// chromatogram attribute: Chromatogram properties that are associated with a value.
2961 
2962  /// chromatogram title: A free-form text title describing a chromatogram.
2964 
2965  /// mass chromatogram: A plot of the relative abundance of a beam or other collection of ions as a function of the retention time.
2967 
2968  /// electromagnetic radiation chromatogram: The measurement of electromagnetic properties as a function of the retention time.
2970 
2971  /// EMR radiation chromatogram (electromagnetic radiation chromatogram): The measurement of electromagnetic properties as a function of the retention time.
2973 
2974  /// absorption chromatogram: The measurement of light absorbed by the sample as a function of the retention time.
2976 
2977  /// emission chromatogram: The measurement of light emitted by the sample as a function of the retention time.
2979 
2980  /// counts per second: The number of counted events observed per second in one or a group of elements of a detector.
2982 
2983  /// Bruker BAF file: Bruker BAF raw file format.
2985 
2986  /// Bruker U2 file: Bruker HyStar U2 file format.
2988 
2989  /// HyStar: Bruker software for hyphenated experiments.
2990  MS_HyStar = 1000817,
2991 
2992  /// Acquity UPLC PDA: Acquity UPLC Photodiode Array Detector.
2994 
2995  /// Acquity UPLC FLR: Acquity UPLC Fluorescence Detector.
2997 
2998  /// flow rate array: A data array of flow rate measurements.
3000 
3001  /// pressure array: A data array of pressure measurements.
3003 
3004  /// temperature array: A data array of temperature measurements.
3006 
3007  /// Bruker U2 nativeID format: declaration=xsd:nonNegativeInteger collection=xsd:nonNegativeInteger scan=xsd:nonNegativeInteger.
3009 
3010  /// no nativeID format: No nativeID format indicates that the file tagged with this term does not contain spectra that can have a nativeID format.
3012 
3013  /// Bruker FID file: Bruker FID file format.
3015 
3016  /// elution time: The time of elution from a chromatographic column, relative to the start of the chromatography.
3017  MS_elution_time = 1000826,
3018 
3019  /// isolation window target m/z: The primary or reference m/z about which the isolation window is defined.
3021 
3022  /// isolation window lower offset: The extent of the isolation window in m/z below the isolation window target m/z. The lower and upper offsets may be asymmetric about the target m/z.
3024 
3025  /// isolation window upper offset: The extent of the isolation window in m/z above the isolation window target m/z. The lower and upper offsets may be asymmetric about the target m/z.
3027 
3028  /// sample preparation: Properties of the preparation steps which took place before the measurement was performed.
3030 
3031  /// MALDI matrix application: Attributes to describe the technique how the sample is prepared with the matrix solution.
3033 
3034  /// matrix application type: Describes the technique how the matrix is put on the sample target.
3036 
3037  /// matrix solution: Describes the chemical solution used as matrix.
3039 
3040  /// matrix solution concentration: Concentration of the chemical solution used as matrix.
3042 
3043  /// dried droplet MALDI matrix preparation: Dried droplet in MALDI matrix preparation.
3045 
3046  /// printed MALDI matrix preparation: Printed MALDI matrix preparation.
3048 
3049  /// sprayed MALDI matrix preparation: Sprayed MALDI matrix preparation.
3051 
3052  /// precoated MALDI sample plate: Precoated MALDI sample plate.
3054 
3055  /// laser: Device that emits light (electromagnetic radiation) through a process called stimulated emission. The term is an acronym for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation.
3056  MS_laser = 1000840,
3057 
3058  /// laser attribute: Laser properties that are associated with a value.
3060 
3061  /// laser type: Type of laser used used for desorption purpose.
3062  MS_laser_type = 1000842,
3063 
3064  /// wavelength: The distance between two peaks of the emitted laser beam.
3065  MS_wavelength = 1000843,
3066 
3067  /// focus diameter x: Describes the diameter of the laser beam in x direction.
3069 
3070  /// focus diameter y: Describes the diameter of the laser beam in y direction.
3072 
3073  /// pulse energy: Describes output energy of the laser system. May be attenuated by filters or other means.
3074  MS_pulse_energy = 1000846,
3075 
3076  /// pulse duration: Describes how long the laser beam was emitted from the laser device.
3078 
3079  /// attenuation: Describes the reduction of the intensity of the laser beam energy.
3080  MS_attenuation = 1000848,
3081 
3082  /// impact angle: Describes the angle between the laser beam and the sample target.
3083  MS_impact_angle = 1000849,
3084 
3085  /// gas laser: Laser which is powered by a gaseous medium.
3086  MS_gas_laser = 1000850,
3087 
3088  /// solid-state laser: Solid state laser materials are commonly made by doping a crystalline solid host with ions that provide the required energy states.
3090 
3091  /// dye-laser: Dye lasers use an organic dye as the gain medium.
3092  MS_dye_laser = 1000852,
3093 
3094  /// free electron laser: Free electron laser uses a relativistic electron beam as the lasing medium which move freely through a magnetic structure, hence the term.
3096 
3097  /// LTQ XL: Thermo Scientific LTQ XL MS.
3098  MS_LTQ_XL = 1000854,
3099 
3100  /// LTQ Velos: Thermo Scientific LTQ Velos MS.
3101  MS_LTQ_Velos = 1000855,
3102 
3103  /// LTQ Velos ETD: Thermo Scientific LTQ Velos MS with ETD.
3104  MS_LTQ_Velos_ETD = 1000856,
3105 
3106  /// run attribute: Properties of the described run.
3107  MS_run_attribute = 1000857,
3108 
3109  /// fraction identifier: Identier string that describes the sample fraction. This identifer should contain the fraction number(s) or similar information.
3111 
3112  /// molecule: A molecules is a fundamental component of a chemical compound that is the smallest part of the compound that can participate in a chemical reaction.
3113  MS_molecule = 1000859,
3114 
3115  /// peptide: A compound of low molecular weight that is composed of two or more amino acids.
3116  MS_peptide = 1000860,
3117 
3118  /// chemical compound attribute: A describable property of a chemical compound.
3120 
3121  /// isoelectric point: The pH of a solution at which a charged molecule does not migrate in an electric field.
3123 
3124  /// pI (isoelectric point): The pH of a solution at which a charged molecule does not migrate in an electric field.
3126 
3127  /// predicted isoelectric point: The pH of a solution at which a charged molecule would not migrate in an electric field, as predicted by a software algorithm.
3129 
3130  /// predicted pI (predicted isoelectric point): The pH of a solution at which a charged molecule would not migrate in an electric field, as predicted by a software algorithm.
3132 
3133  /// chemical compound formula: A combination of symbols used to express the chemical composition of a compound.
3135 
3136  /// empirical formula: A chemical formula which expresses the proportions of the elements present in a substance.
3138 
3139  /// molecular formula: A chemical compound formula expressing the number of atoms of each element present in a compound, without indicating how they are linked.
3141 
3142  /// structural formula: A chemical formula showing the number of atoms of each element in a molecule, their spatial arrangement, and their linkage to each other.
3144 
3145  /// SMILES string: The simplified molecular input line entry specification or SMILES is a specification for unambiguously describing the structure of a chemical compound using a short ASCII string.
3146  MS_SMILES_string = 1000868,
3147 
3148  /// collision gas pressure: The gas pressure of the collision gas used for collisional excitation.
3150 
3151  /// 4000 QTRAP: AB SCIEX or Applied Biosystems|MDS SCIEX QTRAP 4000.
3153 
3154  /// SRM software: Software used to predict, select, or optimize transitions or analyze the results of selected reaction monitoring runs.
3155  MS_SRM_software = 1000871,
3156 
3157  /// MaRiMba: Software used to predict transitions for selected reaction monitoring experiments based on observed spectrum libraries developed and distributed by the Institute for Systems Biology.
3158  MS_MaRiMba = 1000872,
3159 
3160  /// peptide attribute calculation software: Software used to predict or calculate numberical attributes of peptides.
3162 
3163  /// SSRCalc: Sequence Specific Retention Calculator esimates the retention time of peptides based on their sequence.
3164  MS_SSRCalc = 1000874,
3165 
3166  /// declustering potential: Potential difference between the orifice and the skimmer in volts.
3168 
3169  /// cone voltage: Potential difference between the sampling cone/orifice in volts.
3170  MS_cone_voltage = 1000876,
3171 
3172  /// tube lens voltage: Potential difference setting of the tube lens in volts.
3174 
3175  /// external reference identifier: An identifier/accession number to an external reference database.
3177 
3178  /// PubMed identifier: A unique identifier for a publication in the PubMed database (MIR:00000015).
3180 
3181  /// interchannel delay: The duration of intervals between scanning, during which the instrument configuration is switched.
3183 
3184  /// chemical compound: A substance formed by chemical union of two or more elements or ingredients in definite proportion by weight.
3186 
3187  /// protein: A compound composed of one or more chains of amino acids in a specific order determined by the base sequence of nucleotides in the DNA coding for the protein.
3188  MS_protein = 1000882,
3189 
3190  /// protein short name: A short name or symbol of a protein (e.g., HSF 1 or HSF1_HUMAN).
3192 
3193  /// protein attribute: An nonphysical attribute describing a specific protein.
3195 
3196  /// protein accession: Accession number for a specific protein in a database.
3198 
3199  /// protein name: A long name describing the function of the protein.
3200  MS_protein_name = 1000886,
3201 
3202  /// peptide attribute: An nonphysical attribute that can be used to describe a peptide.
3204 
3205  /// unmodified peptide sequence: A sequence of letter symbols denoting the order of amino acids that compose the peptide, without encoding any amino acid mass modifications that might be present.
3207 
3208  /// modified peptide sequence: A sequence of letter symbols denoting the order of amino acids that compose the peptide plus the encoding any amino acid modifications that are present.
3210 
3211  /// peptide labeling state: A state description of how a peptide might be isotopically or isobarically labelled.
3213 
3214  /// heavy labeled peptide: A peptide that has been created or labeled with some heavier-than-usual isotopes.
3216 
3217  /// unlabeled peptide: A peptide that has not been labeled with heavier-than-usual isotopes. This is often referred to as \"light\" to distinguish from \"heavy\".
3219 
3220  /// light labeled peptide (unlabeled peptide): A peptide that has not been labeled with heavier-than-usual isotopes. This is often referred to as \"light\" to distinguish from \"heavy\".
3222 
3223  /// peptide group label: An arbitrary string label used to mark a set of peptides that belong together in a set, whereby the members are differentiated by different isotopic labels. For example, the heavy and light forms of the same peptide will both be assigned the same peptide group label.
3225 
3226  /// retention time: A measure of the interval relative to the beginning of a mass spectrometric run when a peptide will exit the chromatographic column.
3228 
3229  /// local retention time: A measure of the interval relative to the beginning of a mass spectrometric run when a peptide will exit an unspecified local chromatographic column and instrumental setup.
3231 
3232  /// normalized retention time: A measure of the interval relative to the beginning of a mass spectrometric run when a peptide will exit a standardized reference chromatographic column and instrumental setup.
3234 
3235  /// predicted retention time: A time interval relative to the beginning of a mass spectrometric run when a peptide will exit a chromatographic column as predicted by a referenced software application.
3237 
3238  /// standard: Something, such as a practice or a product, that is widely recognized or employed, especially because of its excellence.
3239  MS_standard = 1000898,
3240 
3241  /// de facto standard: A practice or product that has become a standard not because it has been approved by a standards organization but because it is widely used and recognized by the industry as being standard.
3243 
3244  /// minimum information standard: A specification of a minimum amount of information needed to reproduce or fully interpret a scientific result.
3246 
3247  /// retention time normalization standard: A standard providing the retention times at which a set of reference compounds exit the reference chromatographic column.
3249 
3250  /// H-PINS retention time normalization standard: The de facto standard providing the retention times at which a set of halogenated reference peptides exit the reference chromatographic column.
3252 
3253  /// product ion series ordinal: The ordinal of the fragment within a specified ion series. (e.g. 8 for a y8 ion).
3255 
3256  /// product ion m/z delta: The difference in m/z of the predicted m/z based on the assigned product ion minus the actual observed peak m/z.
3258 
3259  /// percent of base peak times 100: The magnitude of a peak expressed in terms of the percentage of the magnitude of the base peak intensity multiplied by 100. The base peak is therefore 10000. This unit is common in normalized spectrum libraries.
3261 
3262  /// peak intensity rank: Ordinal specifying the rank in intensity of a peak in a spectrum. Base peak is 1. The next most intense peak is 2, etc.
3264 
3265  /// peak targeting suitability rank: Ordinal specifying the rank of a peak in a spectrum in terms of suitability for targeting. The most suitable peak is 1. The next most suitability peak is 2, etc. Suitability is algorithm and context dependant.
3267 
3268  /// transition: A set of two m/z values corresponding to the precursor m/z and a fragment m/z that in combination can be used to identify or quantify a specific ion, although not necessarily uniquely.
3269  MS_transition = 1000908,
3270 
3271  /// reaction (transition): A set of two m/z values corresponding to the precursor m/z and a fragment m/z that in combination can be used to identify or quantify a specific ion, although not necessarily uniquely.
3273 
3274  /// transition validation method: The strategy used to validate that a transition is effective.
3276 
3277  /// transition optimized on specified instrument: The transition has been optimized by direct injection of the peptide into an instrument specified in a separate term, and the optimum voltages and fragmentation energies have been determined.
3279 
3280  /// transition validated with an MS/MS spectrum on specified instrument: The transition has been validated by obtaining an MS/MS spectrum and demonstrating that the peak is detectable on the instrument specified with a separate term.
3282 
3283  /// transition purported from an MS/MS spectrum on a different, specified instrument: The transition has been purported by obtaining an MS/MS spectrum and demonstrating that the peak is detectable on the instrument specified with a separate term. However, the detecting instrument is of a different type (e.g. ion trap) than the instrument that the transition will eventually be used on (e.g. triple quad).
3285 
3286  /// transition predicted by informatic analysis: The transition has been predicted by informatics software without any direct spectral evidence.
3288 
3289  /// tab delimited text file: A file that has two or more columns of tabular data where each column is separated by a TAB character.
3291 
3292  /// retention time window attribute: An attribute of a window in time about which a peptide might elute from the column.
3294 
3295  /// retention time window lower offset: The extent of the retention time window in time units below the target retention time. The lower and upper offsets may be asymetric about the target time.
3297 
3298  /// retention time window upper offset: The extent of the retention time window in time units above the target retention time. The lower and upper offsets may be asymetric about the target time.
3300 
3301  /// target list: A list of peptides or compounds and their expected m/z coordinates that can be used to cause a mass spectrometry to obtain spectra of those molecules specifically.
3302  MS_target_list = 1000918,
3303 
3304  /// target inclusion exclusion priority: A priority setting specifying whether included or excluded targets have priority over the other.
3306 
3307  /// includes supersede excludes: A priority setting specifying that included targets have priority over the excluded targets if there is a conflict.
3309 
3310  /// excludes supersede includes: A priority setting specifying that excluded targets have priority over the included targets if there is a conflict.
3312 
3313  /// Skyline: Software used to predict, select, and optimize transitions as well as analyze the results of selected reaction monitoring runs developed and distributed by the MacCoss lab at the University of Washington. https://brendanx-uw1.gs.washington.edu/labkey/wiki/home/software/Skyline/page.view?name=default.
3314  MS_Skyline = 1000922,
3315 
3316  /// TIQAM: Software used to predict, select, and optimize transitions for selected reaction monitoring experiments developed and distributed by the Institute for Systems Biology.
3317  MS_TIQAM = 1000923,
3318 
3319  /// MaRiMba: Software used to predict transitions for selected reaction monitoring experiments based on observed spectrum libraries developed and distributed by the Institute for Systems Biology.
3321 
3322  /// ATAQS: Software suite used to predict, select, and optimize transitions as well as analyze the results of selected reaction monitoring runs developed and distributed by the Institute for Systems Biology.
3323  MS_ATAQS = 1000925,
3324 
3325  /// product interpretation rank: The integer rank given an interpretation of an observed product ion. For example, if y8 is selected as the most likely interpretation of a peak, then it is assigned a rank of 1.
3327 
3328  /// ion injection time: The length of time spent filling an ion trapping device.
3330 
3331  /// calibration spectrum: A spectrum derived from a special calibration source, rather than from the primary injected sample. A calibration spectrum is typically derived from a substance that can be used to correct systematic shift in m/z for spectra of the primary inject sample.
3333 
3334  /// Shimadzu Biotech nativeID format: source=xsd:string start=xsd:nonNegativeInteger end=xsd:nonNegativeInteger.
3336 
3337  /// Shimadzu Biotech database entity: Shimadzu Biotech format.
3339 
3340  /// QTRAP 5500: Applied Biosystems|MDS SCIEX QTRAP 5500.
3341  MS_QTRAP_5500 = 1000931,
3342 
3343  /// TripleTOF 5600: AB SCIEX TripleTOF 5600, a quadrupole - quadrupole - time-of-flight mass spectrometer.
3345 
3346  /// protein modifications: Encoding of modifications of the protein sequence from the specified accession, written in PEFF notation.
3348 
3349  /// gene name: Name of the gene from which the protein is translated.
3350  MS_gene_name = 1000934,
3351 
3352  /// spectrum interpretation: Collection of terms from the PSI Proteome Informatics standards describing the interpretation of spectra.
3354 
3355  /// Sequest:CleavesAt:
3357 
3358  /// Sequest:ViewCV: Branch containing the CV terms for Sequest View Input Parameters.
3360 
3361  /// Sequest:OutputLines:
3363 
3364  /// Sequest:DescriptionLines:
3366 
3367  /// de novo search: A de novo sequencing search (without database).
3369 
3370  /// search database details: Details about the database searched.
3372 
3373  /// database source: The organisation, project or laboratory from where the database is obtained (uniprot, ncbi, ebi, other).
3375 
3376  /// database name: The name of the search database (nr, SwissProt or est_human).
3377  MS_database_name = 1001013,
3378 
3379  /// database local file path: OBSOLETE: Use attribute in mzIdentML instead. Local file path of the search database from the search engine's point of view.
3381 
3382  /// database original uri: URI, from where the search database was originally downloaded.
3384 
3385  /// database version: OBSOLETE: Use attribute in mzIdentML instead. Version of the search database .
3387 
3388  /// database release date: OBSOLETE: Use attribute in mzIdentML instead. Release date of the search database.
3390 
3391  /// database type: Database containing amino acid or nucleic acid sequences.
3392  MS_database_type = 1001018,
3393 
3394  /// database filtering: Was there filtering used on the database.
3396 
3397  /// DB filter taxonomy: A taxonomy filter was to the database search.
3399 
3400  /// DB filter on accession numbers: Filtering applied specifically by accession number pattern.
3402 
3403  /// DB MW filter: Filtering applied specifically by protein molecular weight, specified as either a range or above/below a threshold value.
3404  MS_DB_MW_filter = 1001022,
3405 
3406  /// DB PI filter: Filtering applied specifically by predicted protein isoelectric focussing point (pI), specified as either a range or above/below a threshold value.
3407  MS_DB_PI_filter = 1001023,
3408 
3409  /// translation frame: OSBOLETE: use attribute in mzIdentML instead. The translated open reading frames from a nucleotide database considered in the search (range: 1-6).
3411 
3412  /// translation table: The translation table used to translate the nucleotides to amino acids.
3414 
3415  /// Sequest:NormalizeXCorrValues:
3417 
3418  /// DB filter on sequence pattern: Filtering applied specifically by amino acid sequence pattern.
3420 
3421  /// Sequest:SequenceHeaderFilter:
3423 
3424  /// number of sequences searched: The number of sequences (proteins / nucleotides) from the database search after filtering.
3426 
3427  /// number of peptide seqs compared to each spectrum: Number of peptide seqs compared to each spectrum.
3429 
3430  /// spectral library search: A search using a library of spectra.
3432 
3433  /// Sequest:SequencePartialFilter:
3435 
3436  /// date / time search performed: OBSOLETE: use attribute in mzIdentML instead. Date and time of the actual search run.
3438 
3439  /// search time taken: The time taken to complete the search in seconds.
3441 
3442  /// Sequest:ShowFragmentIons:
3444 
3445  /// Sequest:Consensus: Specify depth as value of the CVParam!
3447 
3448  /// intermediate analysis format: Type of the source file, the mzIdentML was created from.
3450 
3451  /// Sequest:sortCV: Branch containing the CV terms for Sequest View / Sort Input Parameters.
3453 
3454  /// Sequest:LimitTo: Specify \"number of dtas shown\" as value of the CVParam!
3456 
3457  /// cleavage agent details: Details of cleavage agent (enzyme).
3459 
3460  /// cleavage agent name: The name of the cleavage agent.
3462 
3463  /// Sequest:sort_by_dCn:
3465 
3466  /// Sequest:sort_by_dM:
3468 
3469  /// Sequest:sort_by_Ions:
3471 
3472  /// Sequest:sort_by_MH+:
3474 
3475  /// Sequest:sort_by_P:
3477 
3478  /// multiple enzyme combination rules: OBSOLETE: use attribute independent in mzIdentML instead. Description of multiple enzyme digestion protocol, if any.
3480 
3481  /// Sequest:sort_by_PreviousAminoAcid:
3483 
3484  /// Sequest:sort_by_Ref:
3486 
3487  /// modification parameters: Modification parameters for the search engine run.
3489 
3490  /// modification specificity rule: The specificity rules for the modifications applied by the search engine.
3492 
3493  /// tolerance on types: OBSOLETE: Tolerance on types.
3495 
3496  /// quality estimation by manual validation: The quality estimation was done manually.
3498 
3499  /// Sequest:sort_by_RSp:
3501 
3502  /// quality estimation method details: Method for quality estimation (manually or with decoy database).
3504 
3505  /// neutral loss: OBSOLETE: replaced by MS:1000336 (neutral loss): Leave this to PSI-MOD?
3507 
3508  /// Mascot MGF file:
3510 
3511  /// TODOscoring model: OBSOLETE: There is Phenyx:ScoringModel for Phenyx! Scoring model (more detailed granularity). TODO: add some child terms!
3513 
3514  /// ions series considered in search: The description of the ion fragment series (including charges and neutral losses) that are considered by the search engine.
3516 
3517  /// Sequest:sort_by_Sp:
3519 
3520  /// Sequest:sort_by_TIC:
3522 
3523  /// Sequest:sort_by_Scan:
3525 
3526  /// Sequest:sort_by_Sequence:
3528 
3529  /// Sequest:sort_by_Sf:
3531 
3532  /// database type amino acid: Database contains amino acid sequences.
3534 
3535  /// database type nucleotide: Database contains nucleid acid sequences.
3537 
3538  /// search type: Enumeration of type of search value (i.e. from PMF, sequence tag, MS-MS).
3539  MS_search_type = 1001080,
3540 
3541  /// pmf search: A peptide mass fingerprint search.
3542  MS_pmf_search = 1001081,
3543 
3544  /// tag search: A sequence tag search.
3545  MS_tag_search = 1001082,
3546 
3547  /// ms-ms search: An ms/ms search (with fragment ions).
3548  MS_ms_ms_search = 1001083,
3549 
3550  /// database nr:
3551  MS_database_nr = 1001084,
3552 
3553  /// protein result details: Protein level information.
3555 
3556  /// Sequest:sort_by_XCorr:
3558 
3559  /// Sequest:ProcessCV: Branch containing the CV terms for Sequest View / Process Input Parameters.
3561 
3562  /// protein description: The protein description line from the sequence entry in the source database FASTA file.
3564 
3565  /// molecule taxonomy: The taxonomy of the resultant molecule from the search.
3567 
3568  /// taxonomy nomenclature: OBSOLETE: The system used to indicate taxonomy. There should be an enumerated list of options: latin name, NCBI TaxID, common name, Swiss-Prot species ID (ex. RABIT from the full protein ID ALBU_RABIT).
3570 
3571  /// NoEnzyme:
3573 
3574  /// peptide identification confidence metric: Peptide identification confidence metric for a peptide (p-value, Expect value, confidence, local FDR).
3576 
3577  /// sequence coverage: The percent coverage for the protein based upon the matched peptide sequences (can be calculated).
3579 
3580  /// Sequest:sort_by_z:
3582 
3583  /// Sequest:ProcessAll:
3585 
3586  /// Sequest:TopPercentMostIntense: Specify \"percentage\" as value of the CVParam!
3588 
3589  /// distinct peptide sequences: This counts distinct sequences hitting the protein without regard to a minimal confidence threshold.
3591 
3592  /// confident distinct peptide sequences: This counts the number of distinct peptide sequences. Multiple charge states and multiple modification states do NOT count as multiple sequences. The definition of 'confident' must be qualified elsewhere.
3594 
3595  /// confident peptide qualification: The point of this entry is to define what is meant by confident for the term Confident distinct peptide sequence and/or Confident peptides. Example 1 - metric=Paragon:Confidence value=95 sense=greater than Example 2 - metric=Mascot:Eval value=0.05 sense=less than.
3597 
3598  /// confident peptide sequence number: This counts the number of peptide sequences without regard to whether they are distinct. Multiple charges states and multiple modification states DO count as multiple peptides. The definition of 'confident' must be qualified elsewhere.
3600 
3601  /// protein group/subset relationship: Branch containing protein group/subset relationships.
3603 
3604  /// Sequest:Chromatogram:
3606 
3607  /// Sequest:InfoAndLog:
3609 
3610  /// database SwissProt:
3612 
3613  /// peptide result details: Peptide level information.
3615 
3616  /// Sequest:TopNumber: Specify \"number\" as value of the CVParam!
3618 
3619  /// data stored in database: Source file for this mzIdentML was a data set in a database.
3621 
3622  /// param: a ion:
3623  MS_param__a_ion = 1001108,
3624 
3625  /// Sequest:CullTo: Specify cull string as value of the CVParam!
3627 
3628  /// Sequest:modeCV: Branch containing the CV terms for Sequest Mode Input Parameters.
3630 
3631  /// Sequest:Full:
3632  MS_Sequest_Full = 1001111,
3633 
3634  /// n-terminal flanking residue: The residue preceeding the first amino acid in the peptide sequence as it occurs in the protein. Use 'N-term' to denote if the peptide starts at the N terminus of the protein.
3636 
3637  /// c-terminal flanking residue: The residue following the last amino acid in the peptide sequence as it occurs in the protein. Use 'C-term' to denote if the peptide ends at the C terminus of the protein.
3639 
3640  /// retention time(s): Retention time of the spectrum from the source file.
3642 
3643  /// scan number(s): OBSOLETE: use spectrumID attribute of SpectrumIdentificationResult. Take from mzData.
3645 
3646  /// single protein result details: Results specific for one protein as part of a protein ambiguity group (a result not valid for all the other proteins in the protein ambiguity group).
3648 
3649  /// theoretical mass: The theoretical mass of the molecule (e.g. the peptide sequence and its modifications).
3651 
3652  /// param: b ion:
3653  MS_param__b_ion = 1001118,
3654 
3655  /// param: c ion:
3656  MS_param__c_ion = 1001119,
3657 
3658  /// Sequest:FormatAndLinks:
3660 
3661  /// number of matched peaks: The number of peaks that were matched as qualified by the ion series considered field. If a peak matches multiple ions then only 1 would be added the count.
3663 
3664  /// ions series considered: The ion series that were used during the calculation of the count (e.g. b, y, a, b, c, y, z, b, b-NH3, b-H20, b+, z, z-, z+, y-H3PO4, immonium).
3666 
3667  /// number of peaks used: The number of peaks from the original peak list that are used to calculate the scores for a particular search engine. All ions that have the opportunity to match or be counted even if they don't.
3669 
3670  /// number of peaks submitted: The number of peaks from the original peaks listed that were submitted to the search engine.
3672 
3673  /// manual validation: Result of quality estimation: decision of a manual validation.
3675 
3676  /// Sequest:Fast:
3677  MS_Sequest_Fast = 1001126,
3678 
3679  /// peptide sharing details: Accessions Containing Sequence - Accessions for each protein containing this peptide.
3681 
3682  /// Sequest:selectCV: Branch containing the CV terms for Sequest Select Input Parameters.
3684 
3685  /// quantification information: Quantification information.
3687 
3688  /// peptide raw area: Peptide raw area.
3690 
3691  /// error on peptide area: Error on peptide area.
3693 
3694  /// peptide ratio: Peptide ratio.
3695  MS_peptide_ratio = 1001132,
3696 
3697  /// error on peptide ratio: Error on peptide ratio.
3699 
3700  /// protein ratio: Protein ratio.
3701  MS_protein_ratio = 1001134,
3702 
3703  /// error on protein ratio: Error on protein ratio.
3705 
3706  /// p-value (protein diff from 1 randomly): P-value (protein diff from 1 randomly).
3708 
3709  /// absolute quantity: Absolute quantity in terms of real concentration or molecule copy number in sample.
3711 
3712  /// error on absolute quantity: Error on absolute quantity.
3714 
3715  /// quantitation software name: Quantitation software name.
3717 
3718  /// quantitation software version: Quantitation software version.
3720 
3721  /// intensity of precursor ion: The intensity of the precursor ion.
3723 
3724  /// database IPI_human:
3726 
3727  /// search engine specific score for peptides:
3729 
3730  /// Sequest:SelectDefault:
3732 
3733  /// Sequest:SelectAdvancedCV: Branch containing the CV terms for Sequest Select Advanced Input Parameters.
3735 
3736  /// param: a ion-NH3:
3738 
3739  /// protein ambiguity group result details:
3741 
3742  /// param: a ion-H2O: Ion a - H2O if a significant and fragment includes STED.
3744 
3745  /// param: b ion-NH3:
3747 
3748  /// param: b ion-H2O: Ion b - H2O if b significant and fragment includes STED.
3750 
3751  /// param: y ion-NH3:
3753 
3754  /// param: y ion-H2O: Ion y - H2O if y significant and fragment includes STED.
3756 
3757  /// search engine specific score: Search engine specific scores.
3759 
3760  /// Sequest:probability: The SEQUEST result 'Probability'.
3762 
3763  /// Sequest:xcorr: The SEQUEST result 'XCorr'.
3764  MS_Sequest_xcorr = 1001155,
3765 
3766  /// Sequest:deltacn: The SEQUEST result 'DeltaCn'.
3768 
3769  /// Sequest:sp: The SEQUEST result 'Sp' (protein).
3770  MS_Sequest_sp = 1001157,
3771 
3772  /// Sequest:Uniq:
3773  MS_Sequest_Uniq = 1001158,
3774 
3775  /// Sequest:expectation value: The SEQUEST result 'Expectation value'.
3777 
3778  /// Sequest:sf: The SEQUEST result 'Sf'.
3779  MS_Sequest_sf = 1001160,
3780 
3781  /// Sequest:matched ions: The SEQUEST result 'Matched Ions'.
3783 
3784  /// Sequest:total ions: The SEQUEST result 'Total Ions'.
3786 
3787  /// Sequest:consensus score: The SEQUEST result 'Consensus Score'.
3789 
3790  /// Paragon:unused protscore: The Paragon result 'Unused ProtScore'.
3792 
3793  /// Paragon:total protscore: The Paragon result 'Total ProtScore'.
3795 
3796  /// Paragon:score: The Paragon result 'Score'.
3797  MS_Paragon_score = 1001166,
3798 
3799  /// Paragon:confidence: The Paragon result 'Confidence'.
3801 
3802  /// Paragon:expression error factor: The Paragon result 'Expression Error Factor'.
3804 
3805  /// Paragon:expression change p-value: The Paragon result 'Expression change P-value'.
3807 
3808  /// Paragon:contrib: The Paragon result 'Contrib'.
3810 
3811  /// Mascot:score: The Mascot result 'Score'.
3812  MS_Mascot_score = 1001171,
3813 
3814  /// Mascot:expectation value: The Mascot result 'expectation value'.
3816 
3817  /// Mascot:matched ions: The Mascot result 'Matched ions'.
3819 
3820  /// Mascot:total ions: The Mascot result 'Total ions'.
3822 
3823  /// peptide shared in multiple proteins:
3825 
3826  /// (?<=[KR])(?!P):
3828 
3829  /// number of molecular hypothesis considered: Number of Molecular Hypothesis Considered - This is the number of molecules (e.g. peptides for proteomics) considered for a particular search.
3831 
3832  /// database EST:
3833  MS_database_EST = 1001178,
3834 
3835  /// Cleavage agent regular expression: Branch containing regular expressions for cleavage enzymes.
3837 
3838  /// search statistics: The details of the actual run of the search.
3840 
3841  /// modification specificity N-term: As parameter for search engine: apply the modification only N-terminal.
3843 
3844  /// modification specificity C-term: As parameter for search engine: apply the modification only C-terminal.
3846 
3847  /// p-value: Quality estimation by p-value.
3849 
3850  /// Expect value: Result of quality estimation: Expect value.
3851  MS_Expect_value = 1001192,
3852 
3853  /// confidence score: Result of quality estimation: confidence score.
3855 
3856  /// quality estimation with decoy database: Quality estimation by decoy database.
3858 
3859  /// decoy DB type reverse: Decoy type: Amino acids of protein sequences are used in reverse order.
3861 
3862  /// decoy DB type randomized: Decoy type: Amino acids of protein sequences are randomized (keeping the original protein mass).
3864 
3865  /// DB composition target+decoy: Decoy database composition: database contains original (target) and decoy entries.
3867 
3868  /// protein identification confidence metric: Protein identification confidence metric (p-value, Expect value, confidence, local FDR).
3870 
3871  /// Mascot DAT file: Source file for this mzIdentML was a Mascot DAT file.
3873 
3874  /// Sequest out file: Source file for this mzIdentML was ONE Sequest out file.
3876 
3877  /// DB MW filter maximum:
3879 
3880  /// DB MW filter minimum:
3882 
3883  /// DB PI filter maximum:
3885 
3886  /// DB PI filter minimum:
3888 
3889  /// Mascot:
3890  MS_Mascot = 1001207,
3891 
3892  /// Sequest:
3893  MS_Sequest = 1001208,
3894 
3895  /// Phenyx:
3896  MS_Phenyx = 1001209,
3897 
3898  /// mass type settings: The type of mass difference value to be considered by the search engine (monoisotopic or average).
3900 
3901  /// parent mass type mono: Mass type setting for parent mass was monoisotopic.
3903 
3904  /// parent mass type average: Mass type setting for parent mass was average isotopic.
3906 
3907  /// search result details: OBSOLETE: Scores and global result characteristics.
3909 
3910  /// prot:global FDR: Estimation of global false discovery rate of the proteins.
3912 
3913  /// Sequest:PeptideSp: The SEQUEST result 'Sp' in out file (peptide).
3915 
3916  /// Sequest:PeptideRankSp: The SEQUEST result 'Sp' of 'Rank/Sp' in out file (peptide). Also called 'rsp'.
3918 
3919  /// Sequest:PeptideNumber: The SEQUEST result '#' in out file (peptide).
3921 
3922  /// Sequest:PeptideIdnumber: The SEQUEST result 'Id#' in out file (peptide).
3924 
3925  /// frag: y ion: Fragmentation information, type of product: y ion.
3926  MS_frag__y_ion = 1001220,
3927 
3928  /// fragmentation information: Fragmentation information like ion types.
3930 
3931  /// frag: b ion - H2O: Fragmentation information, type of product: b ion without water.
3933 
3934  /// frag: y ion - H2O: Fragmentation information, type of product: y ion without water.
3936 
3937  /// frag: b ion: Fragmentation information, type of product: b ion.
3938  MS_frag__b_ion = 1001224,
3939 
3940  /// product ion m/z: The m/z of the product ion.
3942 
3943  /// fragment ion m/z (product ion m/z): The m/z of the product ion.
3945 
3946  /// product ion intensity: The intensity of the product ion.
3948 
3949  /// fragment ion intensity (product ion intensity): The intensity of the product ion.
3951 
3952  /// product ion m/z error: The product ion m/z error.
3954 
3955  /// frag: x ion: Fragmentation information, type of product: x ion.
3956  MS_frag__x_ion = 1001228,
3957 
3958  /// frag: a ion: Fragmentation information, type of product: a ion.
3959  MS_frag__a_ion = 1001229,
3960 
3961  /// frag: z ion: Fragmentation information, type of product: z ion.
3962  MS_frag__z_ion = 1001230,
3963 
3964  /// frag: c ion: Fragmentation information, type of product: c ion.
3965  MS_frag__c_ion = 1001231,
3966 
3967  /// frag: b ion - NH3: Fragmentation information, type of product: b ion without ammonium ion.
3969 
3970  /// frag: y ion - NH3: Fragmentation information, type of product: y ion without ammonium ion.
3972 
3973  /// frag: a ion - H2O: Fragmentation information, type of product: a ion without water.
3975 
3976  /// frag: a ion - NH3: Fragmentation information, type of product: a ion without ammonium.
3978 
3979  /// frag: d ion: Fragmentation information, type of product: d ion.
3980  MS_frag__d_ion = 1001236,
3981 
3982  /// frag: v ion: Fragmentation information, type of product: v ion.
3983  MS_frag__v_ion = 1001237,
3984 
3985  /// frag: w ion: Fragmentation information, type of product: w ion.
3986  MS_frag__w_ion = 1001238,
3987 
3988  /// frag: immonium ion: Fragmentation information, type of product: immonium ion.
3990 
3991  /// non-identified ion: Non-identified ion.
3993 
3994  /// co-eluting ion: Co-eluting ion.
3996 
3997  /// Sequest out folder: Source file for this mzIdentML was a Sequest folder with its out files.
3999 
4000  /// Sequest summary: Source file for this mzIdentML was a Sequest summary page (proteins).
4002 
4003  /// PerSeptive PKS file:
4005 
4006  /// Sciex API III file:
4008 
4009  /// Bruker XML file: Bruker data exchange xml.
4011 
4012  /// search input details:
4014 
4015  /// local FDR: Result of quality estimation: the local FDR at the current position of a sorted list.
4016  MS_local_FDR = 1001250,
4017 
4018  /// Trypsin:
4019  MS_Trypsin = 1001251,
4020 
4021  /// DB source EBI:
4022  MS_DB_source_EBI = 1001252,
4023 
4024  /// DB source NCBI:
4026 
4027  /// DB source UniProt:
4029 
4030  /// fragment mass type average: Mass type setting for fragment mass was average isotopic.
4032 
4033  /// fragment mass type mono: Mass type setting for fragment mass was monoisotopic.
4035 
4036  /// param: v ion:
4037  MS_param__v_ion = 1001257,
4038 
4039  /// param: d ion:
4040  MS_param__d_ion = 1001258,
4041 
4042  /// param: immonium ion:
4044 
4045  /// param: w ion:
4046  MS_param__w_ion = 1001260,
4047 
4048  /// param: x ion:
4049  MS_param__x_ion = 1001261,
4050 
4051  /// param: y ion:
4052  MS_param__y_ion = 1001262,
4053 
4054  /// param: z ion:
4055  MS_param__z_ion = 1001263,
4056 
4057  /// role type: Role of a Person or Organization.
4058  MS_role_type = 1001266,
4059 
4060  /// software vendor:
4062 
4063  /// programmer:
4064  MS_programmer = 1001268,
4065 
4066  /// instrument vendor:
4068 
4069  /// lab personnel:
4070  MS_lab_personnel = 1001270,
4071 
4072  /// researcher:
4073  MS_researcher = 1001271,
4074 
4075  /// (?<=R)(?!P):
4076  MS_____R____P_ = 1001272,
4077 
4078  /// (?=[BD]):
4079  MS_____BD__ = 1001273,
4080 
4081  /// (?=[DE]):
4082  MS_____DE__ = 1001274,
4083 
4084  /// ProteinScape SearchEvent: Source data for this mzIdentML was a ProteinScape SearchEvent.
4086 
4087  /// ProteinScape Gel: Source data for this mzIdentML was