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IUPAC reaction monitoring terms

Term Acronym Definition Diagram Reference
Selected ion monitoring SIM Operation of a mass spectrometer in which the abundances of ions of one or more specific m/z values are recorded rather than the entire mass spectrum.       Gold Book
Selected reaction monitoring SRM Data acquired from one or more specific product ions corresponding to m/z selected precursor ions recorded via two or more stages of mass spectrometry.
Note 1: Selected reaction monitoring in multiple-stage mass spectrometry is known as consecutive reaction monitoring.
Note 2: Selected reaction monitoring applied to multiple product ions from one or more precursor ions is known as multiple reaction monitoring.
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de Hoffmann. J. Mass Spectrom. 31, 129 (1996).
Consecutive reaction monitoring CRM Multiple-stage mass spectrometry experiment with three or more stages of m/z separation in which products of sequential fragmentation or bimolecular reactions are selected for detection.
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Tomer, Guenat, Deterding. Anal. Chem. 60, 2232 (1988).
Multiple reaction monitoring MRM Application of selected reaction monitoring to multiple product ions from one or more precursor ions.
Note: This term should not be confused with consecutive reaction monitoring, which involves the serial application of three or more stages of selected reaction monitoring.
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Roepstorff, Fohlman. Biomed. Mass Spectrom. 11, 601 (1984).