Magnet Schedule - ICR Facility

* Denotes Offsite Participants

Dates Facility Instruments Experiment
1-17-2020 to 1-20-2020 ICR 21 T Hybrid LTQ / FT-ICR MS FT-ICR MS analysis of monoisotopic mammalian proteome and antibodies: Isotopically-Depleted Protein MS and MS/MS Roman Zubarev (PI) — Karolinska Institute
Participants
  • Lissa Anderson — National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
  • Greg Blakney* — National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
  • Chris Hendrickson* — National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
  • Alan Marshall* — National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
  • Chad Weisbrod* — National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
  • David Butcher — National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
  • Xuepei Zhang* — Karolinska Institutet
  • Zeljka Popovic — Florida State University
1-27-2020 to 1-28-2020 ICR 9.4 T, 220 mm bore, 1 ppm, passively-shielded FT-ICR of bryostatins Thomas Manning (PI) — Valdosta State University
Participants
  • Taylor Glattke — Florida State University
  • Sydney Niles — National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
1-28-2020 to 1-30-2020 ICR 21 T Hybrid LTQ / FT-ICR MS Oxidation of Dissolved Organic Matter by Manganese Oxides Mengqiang Zhu (PI) — University of Wyoming
Participants
  • Huan Chen* — National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
  • Amy McKenna — National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
  • Hairuo Mao* — University of Wyoming
  • Jianchao Zhang* — University of Wyoming
  • Than Dam* — Univesity of Wyoming
1-29-2020 to 1-30-2020 ICR 9.4 T, 220 mm bore, 1 ppm, passively-shielded The dark side of DOM: probing obscured and functionalized freshwater DOM signatures Robert Spencer (PI) — Florida State University
Participants
  • Amy McKenna — National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
  • Anne Kellerman* — Florida State University
  • Taylor Glattke* — Florida State University
  • Martin Kurek — FSU
  • Jennifer Rogers* — Florida State University
2-10-2020 to 2-10-2020 ICR 9.4 T, 220 mm bore, 1 ppm, passively-shielded Probing the Effects of Sulfidation on the Reactivity of Natural Organic Matter with Polymer-Capped Silver Nanoparticles by Fourier-Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometry Boris Lau (PI) — University of Massachusetts
Participants
  • William Hockaday* — Baylor University
  • Richard Vachet* — University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Martha Chacon — National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
  • Salimar Cordero — University of Massachusetts
2-10-2020 to 2-16-2020 ICR 9.4 T, 220 mm bore, 1 ppm, passively-shielded Probing the Effects of Sulfidation on the Reactivity of Natural Organic Matter with Polymer-Capped Silver Nanoparticles by Fourier-Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometry Boris Lau (PI) — University of Massachusetts
Participants
  • William Hockaday* — Baylor University
  • Richard Vachet* — University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Martha Chacon — National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
  • Salimar Cordero — University of Massachusetts
2-17-2020 to 2-25-2020 ICR 9.4 T, 220 mm bore, 1 ppm, passively-shielded Dissolved organic matter composition and sources in sub-catchments in a Southeast Alaskan forested watershed Robert Spencer (PI) — Florida State University
Participants
  • Jason Fellman* — University of Alaska Southeast
  • Amy McKenna* — National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
  • Megan Behnke — Florida State University
3-2-2020 to 3-8-2020 ICR 9.4 T, 220 mm bore, 1 ppm, passively-shielded Global perspective on the sources, cycling and composition of dissolved organic matter exported from mountain glaciers Robert Spencer (PI) — Florida State University
Participants
  • Tom Battin* — Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne
  • Amy McKenna — National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
  • Anne Kellerman — Florida State University
  • Amy Holt — Florida State University
4-6-2020 to 4-9-2020 ICR 9.4 T, 220 mm bore, 1 ppm, passively-shielded Disentangling the Underlying Chemistry of Absorbance and Fluorescence Spectroscopy: Coupling Multi-detector Size-Exclusion Based Fractionation of Dissolved Organic Matter to Molecular-Level FT-ICR MS Composition Analysis Juliana D'Andrilli (PI) — Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium (LUMCON)
Participants
  • Amy McKenna — National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
  • Fernando Rosario-Ortiz* — University of Colorado, Boulder
  • Sarah Fischer* — University of Colorado, Boulder