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2008 Presentations

"Current Challenges in the Mass Spectrometry of Synthetic Macromolecules and Engineered Nanoparticles "

Gaithersburg, MD 6-7 March 2008


Prof. Mark Bier (Carnegie-Mellon University)
“Heavy Ion Superconducting Tunnel Junction Cryodetector Mass Spectrometry"

Prof. Scott M. Grayson (Tulane University)
“Characterizing well-defined, complex macromolecular architectures using MALDI-TOF MS and NALDI-TOF MS: A synthetic macromolecular chemist’s perspective”
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Dr. Andrew J. Hoteling (Eastman Kodak Company)
“Understanding and Manipulation Analyte-Discrimination in MALDI for Material Applications”

Prof. Murray V. Johnston (University of Delaware)
“Nanoaerosol Mass Spectrometry”

Dr. Charles McEwen
“Rapid Analysis of Synthetic Polymers and Polymer Additives using Multi-Sample Solvent-Free MALDI Target Preparation ans ASAP Mass Spectrometric Approches”

Dr. George Mulholland (University of Maryland)
“Nanoparticle Gas-Phase Electrophoresis and Ambient Pressure Mass Measurement”

Prof. Akos Vertes (The George Washington University)
“Atmospheric Pressure Laser Ablation Ion Sources for Biomolecules and Synthetic Polymers”

Dr. William E. Wallace (NIST)
“Development of NIST SRM 2881: An Absolute Molecular Mass Distribution Polymer Standard”