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Section - 1. What E-mail Lists are Devoted to Mass Spectrometry?

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A discussion list will accept messages from subscribers for distribution
to the list on either a moderated or unmoderated basis. Distribution  
lists
send periodic electronic mail information from the list editor.
Mail-on-demand servers respond to e-mail messages by sending the  
requested
files as return mail. Unless otherwise noted, the SUBSCRIBE MESSAGE  
text is
sent to the SUBSCRIBE ADDRESS as the first line in the body of an e-mail
message.

1.1 Mass Spectrometry Mailing Lists

NAME: AAMSDG
TOPIC: Atlanta-Athens MS Discussion Group
TYPE: Discussion
SUBSCRIBE ADDRESS: LISTSERV@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU
SUBSCRIBE MESSAGE: SUBSCRIBE AAMSDG
WWW PAGE: none
DESCRIPTION: meeting announcements for the Atlanta-Athens Mass  
Spectrometry
Discussion Group.

NAME: ANZSMS
TOPIC: Australian and New Zealand Society for MS
TYPE: Discussion
SUBSCRIBE ADDRESS: Listserv@latrobe.edu.au
SUBSCRIBE MESSAGE: SUBSCRIBE ANZSMS
WWW PAGE: http://www.latrobe.edu.au/www/anzsms/Listserv.html
DESCRIPTION: "The ANZSMS Listserver serves as an interactive E-mail
discussion group concerning mass spectrometry matters of interest
to ANZSMS members."

NAME: SIMS
TOPIC: Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry
TYPE: Discussion
SUBSCRIBE ADDRESS: Listserv@FTMON.ARL.MIL
SUBSCRIBE MESSAGE: SUBSCRIBE SIMS
WWW PAGE: http://www.simsworkshop.org/WWW/Forums/DiscussionMenu.nclk
DESCRIPTION: "The SIMS Listserver was established by Richard T. Lareau
at the Army Research Laboratory to serve as a resource by which SIMS
users could get communicate with the SIMS community via email. Currently
there are over 200 SIMS users registered on the listserver."

NAME: STMSLIST
TOPIC: sci.techniques.mass-spec Digest
TYPE: Distribution
SUBSCRIBE ADDRESS: maiser@novell.chem.utk.edu
SUBSCRIBE MESSAGE: SUB STMSLIST
WWW PAGE: http://www.chemistry.gatech.edu/stms/listserv.htm
DESCRIPTION: Once to twice per week mailing of digests of the Usenet
Newsgroup sci.techniques.mass-spec.

NAME: TIMS-L
TOPIC: Thermal Ionization Mass Spectrometry
TYPE: Discussion
SUBSCRIBE ADDRESS: LISTSERV@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU
SUBSCRIBE MESSAGE: SUBSCRIBE TIMS First_name Last_name
WWW PAGE: http://listserv.syr.edu/archives/tims-l.html
DESCRIPTION: "TIMS is a listserver created to serve as a multipurpose
email communication device for the users of Thermal Ionization Mass
Spectrometers in Academia, Government, and Industry. This listserver is
co-owned by Steve Goldberg at UNC-Chapel Hill and Michael M. Cheatham at
Cornell University. So those of you with interests in Geochemistry,
Environmental Chemistry, Nuclear Sciences, Ecology and Systematics,
etc., are encouraged to join."

1.2 Analytical Sciences Mailing Lists

These listservers are not devoted to mass spectrometry as such, but may
contain discussion of mass spectrometry or closely related topics.

NAME: ABRF
TOPIC: Biomolecular Resources
TYPE: Discussion
SUBSCRIBE ADDRESS: abrf-request@aecom.yu.edu
SUBSCRIBE MESSAGE: SUB ABRF
WWW PAGE: http://www.abrf.org/index.cfm/list.home
DESCRIPTION: Mailing list for the Association of Biomolecular Resource
Facilities. Topics include protein, peptide and nucleic acid chemistry,
sequencing, synthesis, mass spectrometry and amino acid analysis.

NAME: ANALYSIS-L
TOPIC: Analytical Science
TYPE: Discussion, Moderated
SUBSCRIBE ADDRESS: MAISER@FS4.IN.UMIST.AC.UK
SUBSCRIBE MESSAGE: SUB ANALYSIS-L
WWW PAGE: none
DESCRIPTION: "The aim of the discussion group is to encourage and
facilitate the spread of information about analytical science including
techniques, methodologies etc. The list is not restricted to the  
discussion
of chemical problems, instead it is  hoped that it will cover all  
aspects
of measurement science."

NAME: APPLSPEC
TOPIC: Applied Spectroscopy
TYPE: Discussion
SUBSCRIBE ADDRESS: LISTSERV@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU
SUBSCRIBE MESSAGE: SUB APPLSPEC
WWW PAGE: none
DESCRIPTION: Listserver of the Society for Applied Spectroscopy.

NAME: CHROM-L
TOPIC: Chromatography
TYPE: Discussion
SUBSCRIBE ADDRESS: Web subscription
SUBSCRIBE MESSAGE: Web subscription
WWW PAGE: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/chrom-l/
DESCRIPTION: Listserver for all forms of chromatography.

NAME: INTERFACE-L
TOPIC: Computer to Instrument Interfacing
TYPE: Discussion
SUBSCRIBE ADDRESS: MAISER@FS4.IN.UMIST.AC.UK
SUBSCRIBE MESSAGE: SUBSCRIBE Interface-L Firstname Lastname
WWW PAGE: none
DESCRIPTION: To encourage and facilitate the discussion of all aspects  
of
computer-instrumentation interfacing. The discussion is not limited to
any one computer type or operating system.

NAME: ISOGEOCHEM
TOPIC: Stable Isotope Geochemistry
TYPE: Discussion
SUBSCRIBE ADDRESS: listproc@list.uvm.edu
SUBSCRIBE MESSAGE: SUB ISOGEOCHEM First_name Last_name
WWW PAGE: http://list.uvm.edu/archives/isogeochem.html
DESCRIPTION: An E-mail Discussion List for Stable Isotope Geochemistry.

NAME: LASAB
TOPIC: Laser Ablation
TYPE: Discussion
SUBSCRIBE ADDRESS: LISTSERV@TU-CLAUSTHAL.DE
SUBSCRIBE MESSAGE: SUBSCRIBE LASAB
WWW PAGE: http://www.immr.tu-clausthal.de/geoch/labs/icp-ms/lasab.html
DESCRIPTION: An informal forum for the discussion of topics related to
analytical techniques using laser ablation sampling. Workers in the
areas of laser ablation ICP-MS, laser ablation ICP-OES, and related
fields are encouraged to join the list.

NAME: PLASMACHEM-L
TOPIC: Plasma chemistry, including ICP-MS
TYPE: Discussion
SUBSCRIBE ADDRESS: listserv@listserv.syr.edu
SUBSCRIBE MESSAGE:  SUBSCRIBE PLASMACHEM-L First_name Last_name
WWW PAGE: http://www.geochemistry.syr.edu/cheatham/MMClistproc.html
DESCRIPTION: "PLASMACHEM-L is a listserver created to serve as a
multipurpose email communication device for the Plasma Chemists in
Academia, Government, and Industry. So those of you with an interest in
instruments designed around ICP's ,MIP's, or what have you, are
encouraged to join."

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