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Gary Hieftje and Maria Montes-Bayon emphasize Joe’s impact on the community, as reflected in a collection of articles published in JAAS and Metallomics.
In recent years, the evolution of instrumental techniques such as inductively coupled plasma (ICP)-based techniques has allowed multielemental analytical capability at trace levels and for a variety of matrices. Such information can be strongly affected by matrix-related effects causing spectral...
Records of past environmental conditions in shell carbonate are usually derived from compositional analysis (i.e. trace elements, stable oxygen, carbon, and nitrogen isotopes) performed along the direction of the shell's growth and thus through time. However, compositional variations within...
An enrichment of carbonic anhydrase (CA) with zinc isotopes (67Zn and 68Zn) is carried out to evaluate protein binding with a specific isotope. For this task, apo-CA is prepared with ortho-phenanthroline (OP) thus formatting the ZnOP complex, and allowing the study of metal binding at CA. After...
In this work, we describe a method for the identification, separation, and detection of engineered nanoparticles (NPs) using capillary electrophoresis inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry in single particle mode (CE-SP-ICP-MS). Benefits of this method compared to conventional techniques...
Arsenic speciation in seafood after several culinary treatments was performed and AsB, As(iii), DMA, MMA and As(v) species were determined by liquid chromatography hyphenated to triple-quadrupole inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (LC-ICP-MS/MS) using O2 as the reaction gas for the...
An approach by laser ablation (LA) coupled with inductively coupled mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) for multi-element determination in whole blood is described. The method allows quantitative determination of several major (K, Na and S), minor (Ca, Cu, Fe, Mg, P, Rb and Zn), and trace elements (Al,...
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