Pairing mass spectrometry with high magnetic fields for a range of research applications.
This facility is charged with developing and exploiting the unique capabilities of Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance (FT-ICR) mass spectrometry, and leads the world in instrument and technique development as well as novel applications of FT-ICR mass spectrometry.
The facility features directors for instrumentation, biological applications, environmental, petrochemical applications, and user services as well as a machinist, technician and numerous rotating postdocs who are available to collaborate and/or assist with projects.
Zhang, Q.; Hossain, S.MD.; Casas, B.W.; Zheng, W.; Cheng, Z.J.; Lai, Z.; Tu, Y.H.; Chang, G.; Yao, Y.; Li, S.; Jiang, Y.X.; Mardanya, S.; Chang, T.R.; You, J.Y.; Feng, Y.P.; Cheng, G.; Yin, J.X.; Shumiya, N.; Cochran, T.A.; Yang, X.P.; Litskevich, M.; Yao, N.; Watanabe, K.; Taniguchi, T.; Zhang, H.; Balicas, L.; Hasan, M.Z., Ultra high supercurrent density in a two-dimensional topological material, Physical Review Materials, 7, L071801 (2023)
Dong, H.; Cuthbertson, A.A.; Plewa, M.; Weisbrod, C.; McKenna, A.M.; Richardson, S.D., Unravelling High-Molecular-Weight DBP Toxicity Drivers in Chlorinated and Chloraminated Drinking Water: Effect-Directed Analysis of Molecular Weight Fractions, Environmental Science and Technology (2023)
Baniani, A.; Wild, S.; Forman, E.; Risse, T.; Vasenkov, S.; Baumer, M., Journal of Catalysis, 413, 1123--1131 (2022)
Our magnets are open to all scientists - for free - via a competitive process and we accept proposals through out the year.
A proposal and prior results report are required.
Upload files and provide details about the proposed experiment.
After your work is completed, you are asked to report to the laboratory, in a timely manner.