May Meeting Announcement, Delaware Valley Mass Spectrometry Discussion Group
Manufacturer's Night, includes dinner and corporate posters. Please RSVP by April 29.
ACS Philadelphia Section,
Research Scientific Services,
- Topic: "Towards Ambient Mass Spectrometry: Advances in
Sampling, Ionization, Reaction and Mass Analysis"
- Speaker:R. Graham Cooks, Department of Chemistry, Purdue University.
- Date: Wednesday, May 4, 2005. 6:00 PM
- Time: 6:00 Networking & Vendor Exhibits
6:45 Buffet Dinner
- RSVP for the Dinner to Scott Van Bramer by Friday, April 29.
- Place: Fox Chase Cancer Center. 333 Cottman Avenue, Philadelphia,
- Directions:Park in the North parking lots along the North Drive (please see the Campus map at http://www.fccc.edu/information/campus_map.html) and enter the Reimann Building at its front entrance beside the circle. Once inside, you will be directed to the appropriate venue.
For directions and additional maps see http://www.fccc.edu/information/directions.html
The next revolution in mass spectrometry will result in instruments that are useful to a greater number of scientists and applicable to a wider range of problems. Elements of this development will include (i) sampling in an ambient environment with normal sampling handing and processing (ii) fieldable miniature mass spectrometers (iii) ambient ion/molecule chemistry (iv) miniature mass analyzers requiring minimal pumping (v) multiplexed mass spectrometers in which multi-channel instruments are used to simultaneously analyze multiple samples and (vi) preparative mass spectrometers, to create micro-arrays of biologically active compounds. Developments and instruments which further these objectives will be described.
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