ASMS 2021 Monday Afternoon Session: Environmental: Innovative Approaches and Instrumentation

This Monday afternoon oral session, Environmental: Innovative Approaches and Instrumentation, will be held 2:30–4:30 pm in room 113 ABC. Nelson Vinueza of North Carolina State University will chair and preside the session. Six talks will take place during this session.

Sarah Choyke of the Colorado School of Mines, in Golden Colorado, will be the first presenter, with a talk titled “Enhanced PFAS Precursor Detection in Fractionated AFFFs with Orbitrap Mass Spectrometry.” Following this presentation, Virginia Benefield of MTSU, in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, will speak on “Toxicant Analysis of the Particulate Matter in Biomass Smoke Using GC/MS and DART–MS Methods.”

Next, Jeffrey Gilbert of Corteva Agriscience, in Indianapolis, Indiana, will discuss “Structural Elucidation of Environmental Metabolites Using Stable Isotope Labeling Combined with EAD, CID, UVPD Fragmentation and Ion Mobility Mass Spectrometry.”

Ashley Perkins of the University of South Carolina, in Columbia, South Carolina will present a talk titled “Emerging Unregulated Disinfection By-Products: Can Brita Filters Remove Them?”

The next presentation will be from Jessie Matarrita Rodriguez, who will give a talk on “Combining Ion Chromatography and Liquid Chromatography Coupled to High-Resolution Mass Spectrometry for Suspect Screening of Pesticides and Transformation Products.”

And finally, a Roundtable Discussion for Environmental: Innovative Approaches and Instrumentation will close the session. Jennifer Watson of the ASMS Office in Sante Fe, New Mexico will preside.