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R.W, Rozett and E. McLaughlin Petersen, Methods of factor analysis of mass spectra. Anal. Chem., 47 (1975) 1301-1308.

F.J. Knorr and J.H. Futrell, Separation of mass spectra of mixtures by factor analysis, Anal. Chem., 51 (1979) 1236-1241.

W.Windig, P.G. Kistemaker and J. Haverkamp, Chemical interpretation of differences in pyrolysis-mass spectra of simulated mixtures of biopolymers by factor analysis with graphical rotation, J. Anal. Appl. Pyrol., 3 (1982) 199-212.

E.R. Malinowski and M. McCue, Qualitative and quantitative determination of suspected components in mixtures by target transformation factor analysis of their mass spectra, Anal. Chem., 49 (1977) 284-287.

F.W. McLafferty, R.H. Hertel and R.D. Villwock, Probability based matching of mass spectra. Org. Mass Spectvom., 9 (1974) 690-702.

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G.L. Ritter, S.R. Lowry, Th.L. Isenhour and Ch.L. Wilkins, Factor analysis of the mass spectra of mixtures. Anal. Chem., 48 (1976) 591-595.

G.L. Ritter and H.B. Woodruff, Dimensionality and the number of features in "Learning machine" classification methods. Anal. Chem., 49 (1977) 2116-2118.

S. Wold and M. Sjostrbm, SIMCA: A method for analyzing chemical data in terms of similarity and analogy, in B.R. Kowalski (Ed.), Chemometrics: Theory and Application, Amer. Chem. Soc. Symp. Series No. 52, A.C.S., Washington, D.C., (1977) pp. 243-282.

G. Blomquist, E. Johansson, B. Soderstrom and S. Wold, Data analysis of pyrolysis-chromatograms by means of SIMCA pattern recognition, j. Anal. Appl. Pyrol., 1 (1979) 53-65.

R. Saferstein and J.J. Manura, Pyrolysis mass spectrometry-A new forensic science technique. J. Forensic Sei., 22 (1977) 748-756.

J.C. Hughes, B.B. Wheals and M.J. Whitehouse, Pyrolysis mass spectrometry of textile fibres. The Analyst, 103 (1978) 482-491.

150 C.S, Gutteridge and J.R. Norris, The application of pyrolysis techniques to the identification of micro-organisms. A review. J. Appl. Baoteviol., 47 (1979) 5-43.

151 H.L.C. Meuzelaar, P.G. Kistemaker, W. Eshuis and H.W.B. Engel, Progress in automated and computerized characterization of microorganisms by pyrolysis mass spectrometry, in H.H. Johnston and S.W.B. Newsom (Eds.), Rapid Methods and Automation in Microbiology, Learned Information, Oxford, U.K., 1977, pp. 225-230.

152 R. Böhm and H.L.C. Meuzelaar, unpublished results.

153 J. Borst, A.C. van der Snee-Enkelaar and H.L.C. Meuzelaar, Typing of Neisseria genorrhoeae by pyrolysis mass spectrometry. Antonie van Leeuwerihoek; J. Microbiol. Serol., 44 (1978) 253.

154 J. Haverkamp, P.G. Kistemaker and W. Eshuis, Pyrolysis mass spectrometry as an analytical tool in microbiology. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek; J. Microbiol. Serol., 45 (1979) 527-629.

155 R.P. Rennie and I.B.R. Duncan, Combined biochemical and serological typing of clinical isolates of Klebsiella. Appl. Microbiol., 28 (1974) 534-539.

156 R.F. Smith, C.L. Bettge, S.L. Dayton and J.H. Jorgensen, Characterization of

Staphylococcus aureus in a pedi atric burn unit. App 1. M'tovob'toZ. 3 25 (1973) 1520.

157 H.L.C. Meuzelaar, unpublished results.

158 J. Haverkamp, P.G. Kistemaker, A.J.H. Boerboom, W. Eshuis, G. Wieten and W. Windig, Toepassingen van pyrolyse massaspectrometrie in de Klinische Chemie.

Mededelingen Nederl, Vereniging voor Klin. Chemie, 4 (1979) 188-202.

159 H.L.C. Meuzelaar, P.G. Kistemaker, R.B.H. Schutgens, H.A. Veder, J.R. Cardinal, J.H. Bowers and A.G. Antoschechkin, Fast, quantitative profiling of urine, bile and fibroblast samples by pyrolysis mass spectrometry, in Developments in the Clinical Applications of HPLC, GC and MS, (Proc. Clin. Res. Centre Symp. No. 1, Harrow, U.K. 1979) Academic Press, London, 1980, pp. 209-231.

160 E. Jellum, Profiling of human body fluids in healthy and diseased states using gas chromatography and mass spectrometry with special reference to organic acids. J. Ckromatogr., 143 (1977) 427-462.

161 S.C. Gates and C.C. Sweeley, Quantitative metabolic profiling based on gas chromatography, Clin. Chem., 24 (1978) 1663-1673.

162 H.L.C. Meuzelaar, J. Haverkamp and L.M.A. Akkermans, unpublished results.

163 T.A. Roy, Application of pyrolysis-gas chromatography-mass spectrometry to the study of metabolic disorders, Anal. Letters, Bll (1978) 175-182.

164 A.L. Yergey, T.H. Risby and H.M. Golomb, Monitoring normal and malignant human white blood cells by the use of linear programmed thermal degradation mass spectrometry. Biomed. Mass Spectrom., 5 (1978) 47-51.

165 H.L.C. Meuzelaar, M. Jacobson, J. Haverkamp and D.L. Pope, The frog embryo as a model for cell and tissue characterization by pyrolysis mass spectrometry, in Proc. 28th Annual ASMS Conf. on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, New York, U.S.A., 1980, p. 51

166 H.A. Laitinen, Automated identification of microbes. Anal. Chem., 49 (1977) 193.

167 G.S. de Hoog, P. Hogeweg, H.L.C. Meuzelaar and A.C.M. Weijman, Rhinocladiella and allied genera. Stud. Mycol., 15 (1977) 1-140.

168 A.C.M. Weijman, Carbohydrate composition and taxonomy of the genus Dipodaecus Antonie van Leeuwenhoek; J. Microbiol. Serol., 43 (1977) 323-331.

169 A.C.M. Weijman, Cell-wall composition and taxonomy of Cephaloascus fragrans and some Ophiostomataceae, Antonie van Leeuwenhoek; J. Microbiol. Serol., 42 (1976) 315-324.

A.C.M. Weijman and H.L.C. Meuzelaar, Biochemical contributions to the taxonomic status of the Endogonaceae, Can. J. Botany, 57 (1979) 284-291.

H.L.C. Meuzelaar, Potential application of pyrolysis mass spectrometry in coffee rust research, in German Agency for Technical Cooperation (GTZ), Eschborn, W.Germany (Ed.) Coffee Rust Control, TZ-Verlags GmbH, Rossdorf, W. Germany, 1979 pp. 181-198.

J.J. Boon, W.R. de Boer, F.J. Kruyssen and J.T.M. Wouters, Pyrolysis mass spectrometry of whole cells, cell walls and isolated cell wall polymers of

Bacillus subtilis var. niger WM. J. Gen. Microbiol., 122 (1981) 119-127.

J.J. Boon and J. Haverkamp, Pyrolysis mass spectrometry of a benthic marine ecosystem - The influence of Arenicola marina on the organic matter cycle. fletherl. J. Sea Res., 13 (1979) 457-478.

A. Myers and L. Watson, Rapid diagnosis of viral and fungal diseases in plants by pyrolysis and gas-liquid chromatography, Nature, 223 (1969) 964-965.

L.J. Marais and J.M. Kotze, Pyrolysis-gas-liquid chromatographic differentiation of plant virus strains in situ. J. Plant Diseases and Protection, 86 (1979) 569-576.

H.L.C. Meuzelaar, unpublished results.

B.R. Nagar, Examination of the structure of soil humic acids by pyrolysis-gas chromatography. Nature, 199 (1963) 1213-1214.

J.M. Bracewell and G.W. Robertson. A pyrolysis-gas chromatography method for discrimination of soil humus types. J. Soil Sai., 27 (1976) 196-205..

B.R. Nagar, E.S. Waight, H.L.C. Meuzelaar and P.G. Kistemaker, Studies on the structure and origin of soil humic acids by Curie-point pyrolysis in direct combination with low-voltage mass spectrometry. Plant and Soil, 43 (1975) 681-685.

F. Martin, C. Saiz-Jimenez and A. Cert, Pyrolysis-gas chromatography-mass spectrometry of soil humic fractions. II. The high boiling point compounds. Soil Sai., 43 (1979) 309-312.

J.M. Bracewell, G.W. Robertson and D.I. Welch, Polycarboxylic acids as the origin of some pyrolysis products chracteristic of soil organic matter. J. Anal. Appl. Pyrol., 2 (1980) 239-248.

J.M. Bracewell and G.W. Robertson, Pyrolysis studies on humus in freely drained Scottish soils, in C.E.R. Jones and C.A. Cramers (Eds.), Analytical Pyrolysis, Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1977, pp. 167-178.

J.M. Bracewell and G.W. Robertson, Humus type discrimination using pattern recognition of the mass spectra of volatile pyrolysis products. J. Soil Sai., 24 (1973) 421-428.

K. Haider, B.R. Nagar, C. Saiz, H.L.C. Meuzelaar and J.P. Martin, Studies on soil humic compounds, fungal melanins and model polymers by pyrolysis mass spectrometry, in Soil Organic Matter Studies, Vol. II, I.A.E.A., Vienna, Austria, 1977, pp. 213-220.

C. Saiz-Jimenez, F. Martin, K. Haider and H.L.C. Meuzelaar, Comparison of humic and fulvic acids from different soils by pyrolysis mass spectrometry. Agrochim-ica, 22 (1978) 353-359.

J.M. Bracewell, G.W. Robertson and B.L. Williams, Pyrolysis mass spectrometry studies of humification in a peat and a peaty podzol. J. Anal. Appl. Pyrol., 2 (1980) 53-62.

H. de Haan, G. Halma, T. de Boer and J. Haverkamp, Seasonal variations in the composition of fulvic acids in Tjeukemeer, The Netherlands, as studied by Curie-point pyrolysis-mass spectrometry, Hydrobiologia, 78 (1981) 87-95.

188 C. Sai z-Jimenez, K. Haider and H.L.C. Meuzelaar, Comparisons of soil organic matter and its fractions by pyrolysis mass spectrometry, Geoderma, 22 (1979) 2537.

189 M. Schnitzer, Some observations on the chemistry of humic substances, Agrochim-ica, 22 (1978) 216-225.

190 D. van de Meent, J.W. de Leeuw and P.A. Schenck, Chemical characterization of non-volatile organics in suspended matter and sediments of the River Rhine delta. J. Anal. Appl. Pyrol., 2 (1980) 249-263.

191 J.W. de Leeuw, personal communication, 1977.

192 K.J. Voorhees, F.D. Hileman, and S.M. Kunen, Pyrolysis-mass spectrometry studies of atmospheric particulates, in Proa. 26th Annual ASMS Conf. on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, St. Louis, U.S.A., 1978, p. 437.

193 A.C. Siglio, Degraded l.ignin compounds identified in silicified wood 200 million years old. Science, 200 (1978) 1054-1056.

194 H.L.C. Meuzelaar, G.R. Hill, J.H. Futrell, A.M. Harper, D.J. Iwamoto, D.L. Pope, G.S. Metcalf and J.H. Tomlinson, Characterization of Rocky Mountain Coals and coal liquids by computerized analytical techniques, First Annual Progress Report (DOE contract number DE-FG22-80PC30242), 1981.

195 M. Teichmüller, R. Teichmüller, in E. Stach, G.H. Taylow, M-Th Mackowsky, D. Chandra, M. Teichmüller, R. Teichmüller. (Eds.), stach's Textbook of Coal Petrology, Gebrüder Borntraeger, Berlin, 1975, pp. 5-53.

196 G. van Graas, J.W. de Leeuw and P.A. Schenck, Characterization of coals and sedimentary organic matter by Curie-point pyrolysis mass spectrometry, Part I. J. Anal. Appl. Pyrol., 2 (1980) 265-276.

197 L.H. Wojcik, D.L. Pope, L.R. Frank, C. Greenwalt, H.L.C. Meuzelaar and J.H. Futrell, An investigation of the pyrolysis of a composite Green River oil shale by TGA-MS and fast-scanning Py-MS, in Proc. 28th Annual ASMS Conf. on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, New York, 1980 pp. 458-459.

198 H. Sol 1i, S.R. Larter and A.G. Douglas, The analysis of kerogens by pyrolysis-gas chromatography-mass spectrometry using selective ion detection. 2. Use of alkylbenzenes for geochemical correlations studies, in A.G. Douglas and J.R. Maxwell (Eds.) Adv. in Organic Geochemistry, 1979, Pergamon Press, Oxford, 1980, pp. 591 -597.

199 H. Sol 1i, S.R. Larter and A.G. Douglas, The analysis of kerogens by pyrolysis-gas chromatography-mass spectrometry using selective ion monitoring 2. Alkyl-napthalenes, J. Anal. Appl. Pyrol., 1 (1980) 231-241.

200 S.R.Larter, H. Sol 1i and A.G. Douglas, Analysis of kerogens by pyrolysis-gas chromatography-mass spectrometry using selective ion detection. J. Chromatog. 167 (1978) 421-431.

201 D. van de Meent, S.C. Brown, R.P. Philp and B.R.T. Simoneit, Pyrolysis-high resolution gas chromatography and pyrolysis gas chromatography-mass spectrometry of kerogens and kerogen precursors. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 44 (1980) 999-1013.

202 W.E. Robinson, Kerogen of Green River formation in organic geochemistry -Methods and results, in G. Eglinton and M.T.J. Murphey (Eds.), Organic Geochemistry, Springer Verlag, Berlin, 1969, pp. 619-637.

203 P.H. van der Meide, P. Westbroek, E.W. de Jong, J.W. de Leeuw and H.L.C. Meuzelaar, Characterization of macromolecules from fossil shells by immunology and Curie-point pyrolysis mass spectrometry, in M. Omori and N. Watabe, (Eds The Mechanisms of Biomineralization in Animals and Plants,(Proc. 3rd Int. Symp. on the Mechanisms of Biomineralization in the Invertebrates and Plants, Kashikojima, Japan, 1977),Tokai Univ. Press, Tokyo, 1980, pp. 251-256.

204 H.L.C. Meuzelaar and S.M. Huff, Characterization of leukemic and normal white blood cells by Curie-point pyrolysis-mass spectrometry. J. Anal. Appl. Pyrol., 3 (1981 ) 111-129.

205 J. Haverkamp, W. Windig, D. Valerio and P.G. Kistemaker, Advances in pyrolysis mass spectrometry, in Proc. 28th Annual ASMS Conf. on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, New York, USA, 1980, pp. 49-50.

206 S.R. Larter, A geochemical study of kerogen and related materials, Thesis, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, 1978.

207 B.R. Thomas, Modern and fossil plant resins, in J.B. Harborne (Ed.) Phytochemical Phylogeny, 1970, Acad. Press, London, pp. 59-79.

208 G.O. Poinar and J. Haverkamp, Use of pyrolysis mass spectrometry in the identification of amber samples, Gems and Gemology, submitted for publication.

209 F.J.E.M. Küppers, Pyrolyse van cannabidiol, Ph.D. Thesis, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands (1973).

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