Basic NUTS Instructions
key LC = Left Click RC = Right Click BC = Baseline Correct FT = Fourier Transform SR = Spectral Reverse QP = Quick Phase PE = Phasing Expanded LF = Line Fit FID = Free Induction Decay NOTE: If you have trouble with the following di
Massively Parallel Sample
Preparation for the MALDI MS
Analyses of Tissues
Eric B. Monroe, John C. Jurchen, Beth Anne Koszczuk, Jenna L. Losh, Stanislav S. Rubakhin, and
Jonathan V. Sweedler*
Anal. Chem., 2006, 78, 68266832
Prof. Jonathan Sw
Todays Chemist: Ken Suslick
13 February 2017
B.S. from the California Institute
of Technology in 1974
Ph.D. from Stanford University in
University of Illinois immediately
Andrew Gewirth Chem 315 6 February 2017
The Keeling Curve
Many questions: Why Mauna Loa? How is CO2 concentration measured?
Doesnt CO2 concentration vary with location? Why should we care?
What is the historical le
Mass spectrometry of biomolecules
1. ASMS: Education- What is Mass Spectrometry? http:/www.asms.org/docs/what-ismass-spec/whatismsposter.pdf (accessed Aug. 26, 2010).
This is a concise summary of mass spectr
Additional Chemical Engineering Questions: The Isomerization of 4-Anilino-4nitroazobenzene 1. What are the industrial uses of 4-Anilino-4nitroazobenzene? Who can we sell this chemical to and for how much? Is there a large scale demand for this chemical? I
Ekandra, There are several things you can do to prepare for quizzes: 1. Review the experimental introduction & procedure in your lab manual. 2. Review any required readings for the experiment.
Chemistry 315 Lab Schedule
Laboratory will be held for 14 weeks during the semester in Room 157 Noyes Lab. During Weeks 1 and 2, course details and laboratory safety will be discussed. During Week 2, certain instruments will be introduced and special exer
Novel Biosensors for
On-site and Real-time Environmental
and Point-of-Care Medical Diagnostics
Department of Chemistry, Biochemistry, Bioengineering,
Materials Science and Engineering,
Center for Biophysics and Computational Biology, and