Innovative Approaches and Instrumentation for Environmental Analysis

June 5, 2019

A morning session today on “Environmental: Innovative Approaches and Instrumentation,” will be held 8:30–10:30 am in Room B308–309. The session, chaired by Pierangela Palma of the University of Urbino, in Urbino, Italy, includes talks on a range of mass spectrometry techniques.

 

A morning session today on “Environmental: Innovative Approaches and Instrumentation,” will be held 8:30–10:30 am in Room B308–309. The session, chaired by Pierangela Palma of the University of Urbino, in Urbino, Italy, includes talks on a range of mass spectrometry techniques.

 

The talks are as follows:

 

8:30 am: “Mass Spectrometry of Single Picoliter Droplets to Explore the Chemistry of Atmospheric Aerosol,” presented by James F. Davies of the University of California-Riverside, in Riverside, California.

 

8:50 am: “Byproducts Formation in a VOC Air Cleaning System: Real-Time Analysis Using a Compact FTICR in a Model Plasma Reactor,” presented by Essyllt Louarn of the University of Paris-Sud and the University of Paris-Saclay, in Orsay, France.

 

9:10 am: “MALDI-TOF Imaging and LC-HRMS: New Tools for Degradation Studies of Polymer Probes Exposed to Different Waste Water Environments,” presented by Damia Barcelo of IDAEA-CSIC, in Barcelona, Spain.

 

9:30 am: “Iodinated X-ray Contrast Media as a Source of Iodine for the Formation of Iodinated DBPs upon Chlorination during Wastewater Treatment,” presented by Caroline O. Granger of the University of South Carolina, in Columbia, South Carolina.

 

9:50 am: “Dissolved Organic Matter Molecular Composition to Optical Properties Relations as Determined by Ultra-High Resolution Mass Spectrometry,” presented by Alexander Zherebker of the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, in the Moscow Region of the Russian Federation.

 

10:10 am: “Chemical or Electron Ionization? The Application of GC×GC HRT in Environmental Research with Source-Specific Molecular Markers,” presented by Ulrich M. Hanke of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, in Woods Hole, Massachusetts.