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Calibration

Author(s)
Lane C. Sander
In the context of chemical metrology, calibration is the process of relating a known quantity of an analyte to the corresponding measured instrumental response

A photonic pH sensor based on photothermal spectroscopy

Author(s)
Zeeshan Ahmed, Nathan J. Castro, Matthew R. Hartings
Although the determination of pH is a standard laboratory measurement, new techniques capable of measuring pH are being developed to facilitate modern

Stability of gaseous volatile organic compounds contained in gas cylinders with different internal wall treatments

Author(s)
George C. Rhoderick, Christina E. Cecelski, Walter R. Miller Jr., David Worton, Sergi Moreno, Paul Brewer, Joele Viallon, Faraz Idrees, Philippe Moussay, Yong D. Kim, Dal H. Kim, Sangil Lee, Annarita Baldan, Jianrong Li
Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are a group of gas-phase compounds present in the atmosphere that affect air quality and Earth’s climate. Halocarbons, a

Health Assessment Measurements Quality Assurance Program: Exercise 2 Final Report

Author(s)
Charles A. Barber, Jeanice M. Brown Thomas, Carolyn Q. Burdette, Johanna Camara, Stephen E. Long, Melissa M. Phillips, Benjamin J. Place, Catherine A. Rimmer, Laura J. Wood, Lee L. Yu
The NIST Health Assessment Measurements Quality Assurance Program (HAMQAP) was launched in collaboration with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Office of

Practical Guides for X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy: First Steps in Planning, Conducting, and Reporting XPS Measurements

Author(s)
Cedric J. Powell, Donald R. Baer, Kateryna Artyushkova, Christopher R. Brundle, James E. Castle, Mark Engelhard, Karen Gaskell, John Grant, Richard Haasch, Matthew Linford, Peter Sherwood, Vincent Smentkowski, Alexander Shard
Over the past three decades, the use of x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) in research and applications has grown to make XPS the most popular method of

Interlaboratory Comparison of Hydrogen-Deuterium Exchange Mass Spectrometry (HDX-MS) MMeasurements of the Fab fragment of NISTmAb

Author(s)
Jeffrey W. Hudgens, Ioannis L. Karageorgos, Elyssia S. Gallagher, Kyle W. Anderson, James J. Filliben, Richard Y. Huang, Guodong Chen, Michael J. Chalmers, Benjamin T. Walters, Jennifer Zhang, John Venable, Caitlin Steckler, In Hee Park, Ansgar Brock, Xiaojun Lu, Ratnesh Pandey, Arun Chandramohan, Ganesh Srinivasan Anand, Sasidhar N. Nirudodhi, Justin Sperry, Jason C. Rouse, James A. Carroll, Kasper D. Rand, Ulrike Leurs, David D. Weis, Mohammed A. Al-Naqshabandi, Tyler S. Hageman, Patrick Wintrode, John D. Lambris, Sarah Urata, George M. Bou-Assaf, Alfonso Espada
Hydrogen-deuterium exchange mass spectrometry (HDX-MS) is an established, powerful tool for investigating protein-ligand interactions, protein folding, and

SURVEY OF PEPTIDE QUANTIFICATION METHODS AND THEIR REPRODUCIBILITY COMPARISON: A CASE STUDY USING OXYTOCIN

Author(s)
Chensheng Li, Sitaram Bhavaraju, Jeremy Melanson, Andreas Blomgren, Torgny Rundlof, Eric L. Kilpatrick, Timothy Rudd, Yves Aubin, Kevin Grant, Edward Saravolac, Tursun Kerim, William Sherman, Yukari Nakagawa, Sergi Pavon, Tim Weel, Arunima Pola, Dinesh Chalasani, Stephen Walfish, Fouad Atouf
USP’s peptide reference standards content is typically determined using an HPLC assay against an external standard for which the purity was determined by a mass
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