Morning Session on Environmental Contaminants

June 4, 2019

The Tuesday morning oral sessions on “Environmental: Emerging Contaminants” -in Honor of Ron Hites-will be held 8:30-10:30 am in Room B308–309. The session, chaired by Susana Y. Kimura of the Department of Chemistry at University of Calgary in Calgary, in Alberta, Canada, addresses analytical strategies for a range of environmental contaminants.

The Tuesday morning oral sessions on “Environmental: Emerging Contaminants” -in Honor of Ron Hites-will be held 8:30-10:30 am in Room B308–309. The session, chaired by Susana Y. Kimura of the Department of Chemistry at University of Calgary in Calgary, in Alberta, Canada, addresses analytical strategies for a range of environmental contaminants.

The talks are as follows:

8:30 am: “Nontargeted Identification of Antioxidants in the Environment,” presented by Ronald A. Hites of Indiana University, in Bloomington, Indiana.

8:50 am: “Stable Isotopic Labeling and Nontargeted Identification of ng/L Amino-Contaminants in Water,” presented by Xing-Fang Li of the University of Alberta, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

9:10 am: “Organic Pollutants in the Snow of Franz Joseph Land. Expedition 2017,” presented by Dmitrii Mazur of Moscow State University, in Moscow, Russia, and Lomonosov Northern (Arctic) Federal University, in Arkhangelsk, Russia.

9:30 am: “Design and Initial Findings of EPA’s NonTargeted Analysis Collaborative Trial (ENTACT),” presented by Jon R. Sobus of the US Environmental Protection Agency, in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina.

9:50 am: “Multidimensional Fractionation and Molecular Characterization of Lingering Oil Compounds in Coastal Sediments: A Nine Year Evolution,” presented by Amy McKenna of the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, at Florida State University, in Tallahassee, Florida.

10:10 am: “Advancing a Full Picture on Water-Soluble Synthetic Polymers in Wastewater- Different Ionization Strategies for Homologue Series Detection,” presented by Teresa Mairinger of  EAWAG: Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology, in Dübendorf, Switzerland.

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