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2008 Presentations

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

Gaithersburg, MD 6-7 March 2008

Presentations


Prof. Mark Bier (Carnegie-Mellon University)
“Heavy Ion Superconducting Tunnel Junction Cryodetector Mass Spectrometry"
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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”
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Prof. Murray V. Johnston (University of Delaware)
“Nanoaerosol Mass Spectrometry”
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Dr. Charles McEwen
(Dupont)
“Rapid Analysis of Synthetic Polymers and Polymer Additives using Multi-Sample Solvent-Free MALDI Target Preparation ans ASAP Mass Spectrometric Approches”
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Dr. George Mulholland (University of Maryland)
“Nanoparticle Gas-Phase Electrophoresis and Ambient Pressure Mass Measurement”
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Prof. Akos Vertes (The George Washington University)
“Atmospheric Pressure Laser Ablation Ion Sources for Biomolecules and Synthetic Polymers”
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Dr. William E. Wallace (NIST)
“Development of NIST SRM 2881: An Absolute Molecular Mass Distribution Polymer Standard”
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