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Wednesday Afternoon Session Preview: Ambient Ionization: Instrumentation

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This Wednesday afternoon session will be presided over by Demian Ifa of York University and will be held at 2:30–4:30 p.m. in Room 307-308.

The first presentation will be given by Facundo M. Fernandez of Universidad de Buenos Aires (Buenos Aires, Argentina). His presentation is titled “Data-Independent Ion Correlations by Dynamic Sample Introduction Ambient MS.”

Sylwia Stopka of George Washington University (Washington D.C.) will present a talk titled “Metabolic Response to Altered Light Conditions in Genetically Modified Chlamydomonas by LAESI Mass Spectrometry with Ion Mobility Separation.”

The next presentation in the session, “Single-Probe Sampling and Ionization Technique for Single Cell Mass Spectrometry Analysis: Development and Applications,” will be given by Ning Pan of the University of Oklahoma (Norman, Oklahoma).

Robert Levis of Temple University (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) will then present “High Repetition-Rate, Fiber-Based Laser Vaporization, Electrospray Ionization Mass Spectrometry (Fiber-LEMS).”

Jan-Christoph Wolf of ETH Zurich (Zurich, Switzerland) will give the penultimate presentation in the session, titled “Direct Quantification of Chemical Warfare Agent Related Compounds Using Active Capillary Inlet and SESI Mass Spectrometry.”

The session’s final presentation, to be given by Erik Nilsson of the University of Maryland, Baltimore (Baltimore, Maryland), is titled “jigSAWN: A Self-Optimizing SAWN Control Interface.”


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