Detroit Local Section

of the American Chemical Society

Anachem Symposium Program

Program abstracts are available here

MORNING SESSION
8:30 AM- 10:30AM

Mass Spectrometry and Michigan Graduate Research
 Arranged by Michael Ford, MS Bioworks

8:30 AM Supercharging of Cytochrome c upon the Addition of Sulfolane,
Kevin Douglass, Andre Venter, Western Michigan University

8:50 AM Enrichment and Localization Techniques for the Analysis of Sulfopeptides,
Katherine E. Hersberger, Ning Wang, Kristina Håkansson, University of Michigan

9:10 AM Development of Ion Mobility-Mass Spectrometry as a High-throughput Approach for Structural
Genomics
, Yueyang Zhong, Sukjoon Hyung, Brandon Ruotolo

9:30 AM Matrix Effects on Peptide and Protein Analysis in Laserspray Ionization (LSI) and
Matrix Assisted Inlet Ionization (MAII) Mass Spectrometry,

Christopher Lietz and Sarah Trimpin, Wayne State University

9:50 AM Probing the Chemistry of Biomass Treatment using Post-mortem Metabolomic
Mass Spectrometric Strategies
,
Ramin Vismeh, Shishir P. Chundawat, James Humpula, Venkatesh Balan, Bruce Daleand AND
A. Daniel Jones, Michigan State University

10:10 AM A Tomato EMS Mutant with Altered Trichome Flavonoid Methylation
Identified by LC-MS Screening,

Jeongwoon Kim, A. Daniel Jones, Robert L. Last, Michigan State University

Amachem Award Session      
Honoring E Neil Lewis
Arranged by Ian Lewis. Kaiser Optical

8:30 AM In Situ Raman Spectroscopy for Batch and Continuous Processes,  
Ian R. Lewis, Kaiser Optical Systems, Inc.

9:00 AM NIR chemical imaging for Pharmaceutical Product and Process Understanding,  
Janie Dubois, Malvern Instruments Inc.

9:30 AM Raman Spectroscopy in Assessment of Skeletal Function and Skeletal Health,
Michael D. Morris, Department of Chemistry, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

10:00 AM Shining Light into the Darkness: New Insights from In Situ Raman Spectroscopy for Graphene Production
Anne Leugers, Jamie Stanley, Bob Cieslinski,  
and Dee Strand, Dow Chemical

Morning Workshop   

8:30AM - 10:30 AM
GC, GCMS Tips &Tricks
Daron Decker, Anthony Macherone
, Agilent Technologies

Abstract
This workshop will concentrate on how to optimize instrument parameters, recognize and improve instrument and methodology problems and apply basic troubleshooting techniques.

Who Should Attend
Anyone who is interested in using either GC, GCMS or GCMSMS will benefit and gain insights into the use of these technologies. These workshops are designed to provide both the experienced and novice chromatographer with important secrets and insights to improve current GC methods.

Biography
Daron Decker is a Chromatography Technical Specialist for the Columns and Supplies group at Agilent Technologies. Daron worked for nearly a decade for J&W Scientific working in the area of technical support. Daron has given many seminars, courses and technical papers on GC both domestic and international. Daron's seminars are well known in the industry for being excellent, informative and entertaining! In May 2003, Daron was awarded the Palmer Award. This prestigious award is given to those whose professional as well as scientific accomplishments have fostered progress in chromatography

10:30AM - 11:30 AM
COFFEE BREAK
Exhibit Area 

11:30AM - 12:30PM, ROOM 3
 PLENARY LECTURE

E Neil Lewis
2009 Anachem Awardee

Plenary Lecture: Raman Spectroscopy of “Sparse” Systems:
Characterizing Both Physical and Chemical Properties.

12:30PM - 1:30PM
LUNCH
Exhibit Area


AFTERNOON  SESSION
1:30PM - 3:30PM


Product Testing with LC/MS
Arranged TBD

1:30 PM Large Volume Injections for Water and Beverage Analysis with EQuan MAX
using Quadrupolesand High Resolution Mass Spectrometry
,
Jonathan Beck, Thermo Fisher Scientific

2:00 PM Overcoming Practical Challenges in Product Analysis Through Integrated
Technology and Workflow Solutions,

Kenneth J. Rosnack, Waters

2:30 PM Identification of Non Volatile Congeners by Accurate Mass LC-TOF
to Determine Bourbon Product Authenticity,

Sue D’Antonio1, Andre, Szczesniewski1, Lynne Marshall1, Luke Adam2,
1Agilent Technologies, 2Beam Global Spirits

3:00 PM Evaluation of Combined Qualititative and Quantitative Approaches for Analytical Scientists,
 Loren Olson, AB SCIEX


Advances in Academic Research
Arranged by Tiffany Mathews, Wayne State University

1:30 PM New Adaptations of luminescence-decay measurements for the Study of Dynamic
Interactions of Lanthanide-Based Catalysts in Aqueous Media

Prabani Dissanayake, Yujiang Mei, and Matthew J. Allen, Wayne State University

1:50 PM Electroanalytical Evaluation of Transition Metal-centered Hydrogen Producing Catalysts,
Donovan, E. S.; Chen, K. J.; Froberg, S. E.; Povirk, B. A.; Felton, G. A. N. Oakland University

2:10 PM Structures of Deprotonated, Protonated and Metal Cationized 2'-Deoxymononucleotide-5'-Phosphates
from Infrared Multiple Photon Dissociation Action Spectroscopy and Theoretical Calculations,

Ranran Wu, Yuan-wei Nei and M. T. Rodgers, Wayne State University

2:30 PM Characterization of Carbohydrates in Rock Paintings,
Badrinath Dhakal and Ruth Ann Armitage, Eastern Michigan University

2:50 PM Comprehensive Analysis of Small Molecule Neurotransmitters and Their Metabolites
in Rat Brain Dialysate by Ultra High Performance Liquid Chromatography-Tandem Mass Spectrometry
,
Peng Song, Neil Hershey, Omar Mabrouk, and Robert T. Kennedy, University of Michigan

3:10 PM Metabolomic Analysis of Glucose Stimulated Insulation Secretion in â-Cells,
Matthew A. Lorenz and Robert T. Kennedy, University of Michigan

3:30 PM Structural Characterization of Lipids, Peptides, and Proteins Directly from Mouse
Brain Tissue using Laserspray Ionization Mass Spectrometry,

Alicia Richards and Sarah Trimpin, Wayne State University

AFTERNOON WORKSHOP
 1:30PM - 3:30PM
GC, GCMS, & GCMSMS Method Development Strategies

Daron Decker, Anthony Macherone, Agilent Technologies

Abstract
Considerations for developing robust GC, GCMS and GCMSMS methods will be presented in this session. . Emphasis will be on acquiring high quality data while improving productivity and minimizing maintenance. The future of GC and GCMS will also be discussed and applied to several application areas

Who Should Attend
Anyone who is interested in using either GC, GCMS or GCMSMSMS will benefit and gain insights into the use of these technologies. These workshops are designed to provide both the experienced and novice chromatographer with important secrets and insights to improve current GC methods

Biography
Dr. Macherone attended Temple University in Philadelphia, PA and is currently an Applications Scientist with Agilent Technologies, Inc. in the Wilmington, DE Center of Excellence. His main focus with Agilent is GC-MS/MS innovation. He also has expertise is in the areas of LC-MS/MS, LC/GC-TOF and NMR. Prior to Agilent, Anthony held positions was as an Associate Research Fellow actively engaged in seeking innovative technologies to enable drug discovery, a Senior Research Fellow in the biotech industry, an Associate Director of a research based forensic institute and the Director of Quality Control at a major US toxicology laboratory. This diverse background affords Anthony unique insight into many industries and allows him to work directly with Agilent's customer base in the development of novel analytical methodology

POSTER SESSION AND MIXER
EXHIBIT AREA
3:50PM - 5:00PM

Data as of October 21

Subacute Manganese Exposure Alters Dopamine Release,
Madiha Khalid, Rabab A. Aoun, and Tiffany A. Mathews, Wayne State University

Probing the Effects of Deprotonation, Protonation, and Metal Cationization on the Structure and Stability of
2’-Deoxycytidine-5’-monophosphate via IRMPD Action Ion Spectroscopy and Theoretical Calculation
,
Yuan-wei Nei1, Ranran Wu1, Jeffrey D. Steill2 , Jos Oomens2 , and M. T. Rodgers1,
1Department of Chemistry, Wayne State University, 2FOM Institute for Plasma Physics “Rijnhuizen”, Nieuwegein, The Netherlands

Solid Phase Analytical Derivatization of Organic Acids Proceed by Two Separate Pathways:
Effect of Counterions and Molecular Weight
,
Sanka N. Atapattu, Jordan N. Fortuna and Jack Rosenfeld, Department of Pathology and Molecular Medicine,
McMaster University, Hamilton, ON. Canada.

Infrared Multiple Photon Dissociation Spectroscopy of Noncovalent Complexes of Peptidomimetic
Protonated Nitrogen Bases with 18-Crown-6
,
Yu Chen,Æõ C. Austin,Æõ C. Kaczan,Æõ G. Berden,Æö J. Oomens,Æö ,# and M. T. Rodgers*,Æõ, ÆõWayne State University andÆöFOM Institute for Plasma Physics ÆgRijnhuizenÆh, Edisonbaan 14, 3439 MN Nieuweigein, The Netherlands, and
#VanÆft Hoff Institute for Molecular Science, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Infrared Multiple Photon Dissociation Action Spectroscopy of Sodium Cationized Halouracils:
Effects of Halogenation on Gas-Phase Conformation,

C. M. KaczanÆõ, A. I. RathurÆõ, Y. ChenÆõ, C. A. AustinÆõ, J. OomensÆö,#, G. BerdenÆö, and M. T. Rodgers*,Æõ, ÆõWayne State University, , ÆöFOM Institute for Plasma Physics ÆgRijnhuizenÆh, Edisonbaan 14, 3439 MN Nieuweigein, The
Netherlands, and #van Æet Hoff Institute for Molecular Sciences, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Structures and Bond Dissociation Energies of Protonated and Sodium Cationized Complexes
of 2,2ƌ-Dipyridyl and 1,10-Phenanthroline,

K. T. Crampton, H. Nose, and M. T. Rodgers, Wayne State University

Infrared Multiple Photon Dissociation Spectroscopy and Electronic Structure Theory Calculations of Alkali
metal Cation-Cyclen Complexes: Effects of Alkali-Metal Cation Size on Gas-Phase Conformation
,
Calvin Austin1, Yu Chen1, Christine M. Kaczan1, and M.T. Rodgers*1, Geil Berden2 and Jos Oomens2,3, 1Wayne
State University, 2FOM Institute for Plasma Physics ÆgRijnhuizenÆh, Edisonbaan 14, 3439 MN Nieuwegein, The
Netherlands, 3vanÆft Hoff Institute for Molecular Sciences, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Identification and Characterization of Peptide Modifications using Ion Mobility
Spectrometry - Mass Spectrometry and Laserspray Ionization coupled with Electron Transfer Dissociation,

Thushani N. Herath, Sarah Trimpin, Wayne State University

Laserspray Ionization (LSI) Ion Mobility Spectrometry (IMS) Mass Spectrometry (MS) of Proteins,
Ellen Inutan,1 Alicia Richards,1 James Wager-Miller,2 Ken Mackie,2 and Sarah Trimpin1*,1Wayne State University,
Department of Chemistry, Detroit, MI, 2Gill Center for Biomolecular Science and the Department of Psychological
and Brain Sciences, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN

Laserspray Ionization Ion Mobility Spectrometry Mass Spectrometry: A Total Solvent-free Analysis
Approach at Atmospheric Pressure
,
Beixi Wang, Ellen Inutan, Sarah Trimpin, Wayne State University

Multiplexed MS/MS Based on Modulated Surface Activity in Electrospray Droplets,
Benedicte Diatta, Andre Venter, Western Michigan University

Study of Irradiation of Ethylenediamineaceticacid (EDTA) onto Titanium Dioxide,
Razi Abbas and Katherine C. Lanigan*, University of Detroit Mercy

Degradation Study of Metal-EDTA Complexes in Presence of Titanium Dioxide and UV-irradiation,
Sarwar Jamil, Katherine C. Lanigan*, University of Detroit Mercy

An Investigation into Low-level Bromate Determination in Drinking and Source Waters Utilizing LC-MS/MS,
Virginia L. Burkel, Michael D. Harvey, Dale E. Bennet, Akram Eljamal and Daren D. Schaller, NSF International

Electro Spray Ionization of Quantum Sized Monolayer Protected Gold Clustersm,
Shashank Jain, Mary Sajini Devadas, Ekkehard Sinn, Andre Venter, Western Michigan University

Theoretical Studies of Proton-Bound Homo and Hetero-Dimers of Uracil and Methyl- and
Thioketo-Substituted Uracils: Structures and Hydrogen Bond Energies
,
Jiao Li and M. T. Rodgers, Wayne State University

Theoretical Studies of the Interactions of Cu+ and Ag+ with Uracil and the Halouracils,
Nathaniel Fujamade and M. T Rodgers, Wayne State University

Infrared Multiple Photon Dissociation Spectroscopy of Noncovalent Complexes of Peptidomimetic Protonated Nitrogen Bases with 18-Crown-6,
Yu Chen,Æ C. Austin,Æ C. Kaczan,Æ G. Berden,Æ J. Oomens,Æ ,# and M. T. Rodgers*,Æ, ÆWayne State University and
ÆFOM Institute for Plasma Physics “Rijnhuizen”, Edisonbaan 14, 3439 MN Nieuweigein, The Netherlands, and #Van’t Hoff Institute for Molecular Science, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Infrared Multiple Photon Dissociation Action Spectroscopy of Sodium Cationized Halouracils:
Effects of Halogenation on Gas-Phase Conformation,

C. M. KaczanÆ, A. I. RathurÆ, Y. ChenÆ, C. A. AustinÆ, J. OomensÆ,#, G. BerdenÆ, and M. T. Rodgers*,Æ, ÆWayne
State University, , ÆFOM Institute for Plasma Physics “Rijnhuizen”, Edisonbaan 14, 3439 MN Nieuweigein, The
Netherlands, and #van ‘t Hoff Institute for Molecular Sciences, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Structures and Bond Dissociation Energies of Protonated and Sodium Cationized Complexes
of 2,2!-Dipyridyl and 1,10-Phenanthroline,
K. T. Crampton, H. Nose, and M. T. Rodgers, Wayne State University

Infrared Multiple Photon Dissociation Spectroscopy and Electronic Structure Theory Calculations of Alkali metal
Cation-Cyclen Complexes: Effects of Alkali-Metal Cation Size on Gas-Phase Conformation,

Calvin Austin1, Yu Chen1, Christine M. Kaczan1, and M.T. Rodgers*1, Geil Berden2 and Jos Oomens2,3, 1WayneState University, 2FOM Institute for Plasma Physics “Rijnhuizen”, Edisonbaan 14, 3439 MN Nieuwegein, The Netherlands, 3van’t Hoff Institute for Molecular Sciences, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Identification and Characterization of Peptide Modifications using Ion Mobility Spectrometry -
Mass Spectrometry and Laserspray Ionization coupled with Electron Transfer Dissociation,

Thushani N. Herath, Sarah Trimpin, Wayne State University

Laserspray Ionization (LSI) Ion Mobility Spectrometry (IMS) Mass Spectrometry (MS) of Proteins, Ellen Inutan,1 Alicia Richards,1James Wager-Miller,2Ken Mackie,2 &Sarah Trimpin1*,1Wayne State University, Department of Chemistry, Detroit, MI, 2Gill Center for Biomolecular Science & the Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN

Laserspray Ionization Ion Mobility Spectrometry Mass Spectrometry:
A Total Solvent-free Analysis Approach at Atmospheric Pressure

Beixi Wang, Ellen Inutan, Sarah Trimpin, Wayne State University

Multiplexed MS/MS Based on Modulated Surface Activity in Electrospray Droplets,
Benedicte Diatta, Andre Venter, Western Michigan University

Study of Irradiation of Ethylenediamineaceticacid (EDTA) onto Titanium Dioxide,
Razi Abbas and Katherine C. Lanigan*, University of Detroit Mercy

Degradation Study of Metal-EDTA Complexes in Presence of Titanium Dioxide and UV-irradiation,
Sarwar Jamil, Katherine C. Lanigan*, University of Detroit Mercy

An Investigation into Low-level Bromate Determination in Drinking and Source Waters Utilizing LC-MS/MS,
Virginia L. Burkel, Michael D. Harvey, Dale E. Bennet, Akram Eljamal and Daren D. Schaller, NSF International

 

 

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