Wavelength, May 2006



May 2006

International Optical Design Conference
June 4-8, 2006
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

The 2006 Middle Atlantic Regional Meeting (MARM 2006)
June 4-7, 2006
Hershey, PA USA

Process Analytical Technology
June 6-8, 2006
New Brunswick, NJ

Short Course in Modern X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometry (XRF2006)
June 12-23, 2006
London, Ontario, Canada

Cleaning Validation & Best Practices for Cleaning Processes
June 19-23, 2006
Las Vegas, NV

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Welcome to the May issue of The Wavelength. This month?s edition looks at emerging trends in mass spectrometry in a discussion with Jennifer Krone, PhD, product manager LC-MS with Hitachi High Technologies America, Inc. (Dallas, Texas) and Jack A. Syage, president of Syagen Technology, Inc. (Tustin, California). Also, we present you with the bonus of our MS supplement: Current Trends in Mass Spectrometry.
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Advances in the Separation and Detection of As, Cr, and Se Species in Potable Waters Using HPLC Coupled with Dynamic Reaction Cell ICP-MS
By Kenneth R. Neubauer , Pamela A. Perrone , Wilhad M. Reuter , Robert Thomas

High performance Mass Spectroscopy Begins with High-Performance Separations
By Georges L. Gauthier , Stefan Schuette , Christine A. Miller

Measurement of Metabolic Stability Using SIM and Identification of Metabolites by Data-Dependent full-Scan MS-MS and CNL Scanning
By Peter B. Ehmer, Ethisjulu Kantharaj, Katie De Wagter, Ann Van Vlaslaer, Claire Mackie, Ron A.H.J. Gilissen, Dipankar Ghosh, Karel Lazou

Performance Characterization of ion Detectors in Harsh Environments
By Bruce Laprade

Annual ASMS Conference Maintains its Appeal
By Prachi Patel-Predd

Acronyms in Mass Spectrometry
By Kenneth L. Busch

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