Pegram Lecture

"Mass Spectrometry: Drop by Drop"

Presented by Richard N. Zare, Chemistry Department, Stanford University

Wednesday, July 23, 2014, 11:00 am — Berkner Hall Auditorium

A breakthrough in mass spectrometry is the generation of ions under ambient conditions, that is, at atmospheric pressure and at room temperature, outside the mass spectrometer. One popular introduction method is to transport the ions inside microdroplets to the inlet of the mass spectrometer. This talk will describe recent efforts in my laboratory to use droplet-delivered ions as a means of capturing and identifying reaction intermediates and as a means of mass spectrometric imaging of surfaces for their chemical content.

Hosted by: Peter Wanderer

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