ANYL: ADVANCES IN SEPARATIONS

FRANCISCAN D - HILTON SAN FRANCISCO UNION SQUARE
8:00AM - 11:40AM
SUNDAY MORNING APRIL 2, 2017 AT #ACSSANFRAN
ORGANIZED BY & PRESIDING: JENNIFER MACLACHLAN

➢ 8:05am - 8:25am ANYL 7: WITHDRAWN
➢ 8:25am - 8:45am ANYL 8: Aqueous normal phase chromatography: A new
approach to complex sample analysis by Joseph Pesek of San Jose State
University
➢ 8:45am - 9:05am ANYL 9: Rapid determination of cocamidopropyl betaine
impurities in cosmetic products by core-shell HILIC-MS/MS by Perry Wang of US
FDA
➢ 9:05am - 9:25am ANYL 10: Adaption of Ehrlich’s Reagent to a HPLC post-column
reaction system for the quantification of limonoid glucosides by Andrew Breksa
of USDA ARS
➢ 9:25am - 9:45am ANYL 11: New HPLC method development workflow by
leveraging state-of-the-art software by Weidong Tong of Merck
➢ 9:45am - 10:05am ANYL 12: Integration of out-of-plane optical fiber for
multipoint detection in microfluidic platforms and using fiber tunneling mode
for particle/cell counting, velocimetry and size discrimination by Damith
Ediriweera of Kansas State University
➢ 10:15am - 10:35am ANYL 13: Investigating the gas chromatography separation
properties of azulene- and naphthalene-modified polysiloxanes by Matthew
Jackson of Baylor University
➢ 10:35am - 10:55am ANYL 14: Screening and on-site identification of accelerants
for arson investigations by Jennifer Maclachlan of PID Analyzers, LLC
➢ 10:55am - 11:15am ANYL 15: Polymer-based gas chromatography
microcolumns by Jordan Hinman
University of Illinois
➢ 11:15am - 11:35am ANYL 16: Alternative to commercial instrumentation by Scot
Abbott of Phoenix First Response

SUNDAY MORNING SESSION OF ADVANCES IN SEPARATIONS, ANYL TRACK #ACSSANFRAN