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Room 309-310

The June 18 Wednesday morning session “The Triple Quadrupole: 35 Years of Evolution and Application to Celebrate Chris Enke’s 80th Birthday” starts at 8:30 a.m. in Room 309-301. R. Graham Cooks, of Purdue University (West Lafayette, Indiana), will preside.

Richard A. Yost, of the University of Florida (Gainesville, Florida) will give the first presentation at 8:30 a.m., titled “The Triple Quadrupole: An Historical Perspective.”

At 8:50 a.m., David P.A. Kilgour, of the School of Pharmacy, University of Maryland (Baltimore, Maryland) will present “The Secret Identity of Phase-Space ‘Ellipses’ – Are They Misnamed?”

Following Kilgour, Mircea Guna, of AB Sciex (Concord, Canada) will give talk at 9:10 a.m. titled “Mass Selective Axial Ejection in a Low Pressure Linear Ion Trap in the Presence of Nonlinear RF Fields.”

The next speaker, starting at 9:30 a.m., will be Alan Schoen, of Thermo Fisher Scientific (San Jose, California). Schoen will give a presentation titled “Moore’s Law and the Consequence of Technological Change.”

Sarfaraz Syed, of FOM Institute AMOLF (Amsterdam, The Netherlands), will follow Schoen’s presentation with a talk starting at 9:50 a.m. titled “Performance Investigation and Mass Resolution Enhancement of an Electrospray Ionization Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer with a Position Sensitive Detector.”

The session will close with a final presentation at 10:10 a.m. by Christie G. Enke, of the University of New Mexico (Placitas, New Mexico) titled “Room for Improvement.”

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