This Monday morning session will be presided over by Patrick Limbach of the University of Cincinnati and will be held at 8:30–10:30 a.m. in Room 307-308.
The first presentation in the session will be given by Lutz Schweikhard of the University of Greifswald (Greifswald, Germany) and is titled “Precision Mass Spectrometry on Short-Lived Nuclides: New Methods and Results.”
The next talk, to be delivered by Eugene Nikolaev of the Institute for Energy Problems of Chemical Physics (Moscow, Russia) is titled “Further Characterization and Applications of Dynamically Harmonized FT ICR Cell.”
Juan Wei of the University of the University of Warwick (Coventry, UK) will present the next talk, “Pushing the Limits: Using Isotopic Fine Structure Mass Spectrometry to Assist the Understanding of 17O Labelled Peptides in NMR.”
The fourth presentation in the session, “Unexplored Reserves of Resolution in Fourier Transform Mass Spectrometry,” will be delivered by Anton N. Kozhinov of Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (Lausanne, Switzerland).
The penultimate presentation will be given by Jeffrey Spraggins of Vanderbilt University (Nashville, Tennessee) and is titled “High-Field FTICR MS for Imaging Applications: Combining Ultra-High Resolving Power and Mass Accuracy with High Spatial Resolution and Throughput.”
Finally, Nathan Kaiser of the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (Tallahassee, Florida) will present “Development of an FT-ICR Mass Spectrometer in Preparation for 21 Tesla.”