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Chemistry Programs & Projects

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HDX-MS for Biopharmaceutical Analysis
Last Updated Date: 07/22/2016

This project applies hydrogen/deuterium exchange mass spectrometry (HDX-MS) for determining the dynamical structure of therapeutic antibodies, … more

5G Millimeter Wave Channel Model Alliance
Last Updated Date: 07/15/2016

The Communications Technology Laboratory (CTL) within the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is focused on advancing the … more

Quantitative Flow Cytometry
Last Updated Date: 06/09/2016

We work in collaboration with other government agencies, private industry, academia, professional societies, and other national metrology … more

Tissue Engineering
Last Updated Date: 06/08/2016

Our goal is to develop reliable tools and standards for measuring the properties of cells, biomaterials, scaffolds and tissue-engineered … more

Water Measurement Science
Last Updated Date: 05/13/2016

The Material Measurement Lab provides measurements, standards, and data to ensure availability and sustainability of our water resources. MML … more

Metrology and Standards for Canine Olfactory Detection of Explosives
Last Updated Date: 05/05/2016

As part of a multi-year interagency agreement between the Office of Standards of the Department of Homeland Security and NIST, NIST is developing … more

Thermodynamics of Enzyme-catalyzed Reactions
Last Updated Date: 04/26/2016

To develop the thermodynamic data and methodology required for effective bioprocess engineering.

Fundamental Chemical Metrology
Last Updated Date: 04/26/2016

The Chemical Sciences Division serves as the Nation’s reference laboratory for chemical compositional measurements and standards to enhance U.S. … more

Optimization of the Standard Addition Method (SAM) Using
Last Updated Date: 04/26/2016

The standard addition method (SAM) was first described by oceanographers in 1955 to overcome matrix effects in the determination of strontium in … more

High-Precision Isotopic Reference Materials
Last Updated Date: 04/26/2016

Recent innovative advances in the design and manufacture of isotope ratio mass spectrometers (IRMS) have revolutionized the study of natural and … more

Potential Primary Measurement Tool for the Quantification of DNA
Last Updated Date: 04/26/2016

The accurate mass determination of DNA and other nucleic acids is of critical importance in many clinical diagnoses and in forensic and molecular … more

Study of Microheterogeneity in Solid Reference Materials
Last Updated Date: 04/26/2016

Microbeam X-ray fluorescence (µXRF) has been used nondestructively to investigate elemental heterogeneity by constructing two-dimensional maps of … more

Improving High-Performance Inductively-Coupled Plasma Optical Emission Spectrometry (HP-ICP-OES) Through Exact Matching
Last Updated Date: 04/26/2016

Using high-performance inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometry (HP-ICP-OES), relative expanded uncertainties on the order of 0.2 % … more

pH Metrology
Last Updated Date: 04/26/2016

The pH metrology program supports traceability for pH measurements. This traceability rests on primary pH measurements in an ideal electrochemical … more

Evaluation of Independent High-Precision Assay Procedures for a High-Purity Primary Standard Reagent
Last Updated Date: 04/26/2016

NIST assigns assay values for a suite of high-purity reagents using two techniques: coulometry and titrimetry. Coulometry is based on Faraday's … more

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