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Spring National Meeting The 191st National Meeting of the American Chemical Society will be held in New York City, April 13-18, 1986. At the meeting, the Division of Analytical Chemistry will sponsor or cosponsor technical sessions and symposia at which more than 100 technical presentations are scheduled. In addition to the technical program, the meeting will feature a presidential plenary session on emerging frontiers in chemistry (Sunday, April 13); meetings of the ACS council and board of directors; ACS short courses; a National Employment Clearinghouse; and a series of social events, including an ACS alumni hour (Tuesday, April 15), the Analytical Division Dinner (Tuesday, April 15), and the ACS mixer (Wednesday, April 16). On-site registration facilities will be located in the New York Hilton and the New York Marriott Marquis, with one-day registration available at the New York Penta. Hours for registration will be Sunday, April 13, from 2 to 7 P.M.; Monday, April 14 through Thursday, April 17, from 7:30 A.M. to 3:30 P.M.; and Friday, April 18, from 7:30 to 10 A.M. An exposition of instruments, chemicals, technical literature, and other products and services will run for three and one half days in conjunction with the meeting. The exposition, to

be housed on the second floor of the New York Hilton, will be open on Sunday, April 13, from 3 to 7 P.M. and Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, April 14, 15, and 16, from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. The following Analytical Division symposia and sessions are scheduled: Garvan Medal symposium; ACS Award in Chromatography symposium; lasers and luminescence; ACS Award in Analytical Chemistry symposium; spectroscopy; Frank H. Field and Joe L. Franklin Award for Outstanding Achievement in Mass Spectrometry symposium; detection limits; personal computers in analytical chemistry; GC, MS, and GC/MS; use of ordered media in chemical separations; microelectrodes in analytical chemistry; separations science; LC; and general papers including electrochemistry. The Analytical Division will cosponsor, with the Division of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, the ACS Separations Science and Technology Award symposium. In addition, the Analytical Division will cosponsor the ACS Computers in Chemistry Award symposium with the Division of Computers in Chemistry and the Computer Secretariat. All technical sessions sponsored or cosponsored by the Analytical Division will be held in the New


N e w York April 13-18 York Hilton with the exception of the session cosponsored with the Division of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, which will be held in the Warwick & Sheraton Centre. The Analytical Division program will be highlighted by the presentation of several awards. Jeanette Grasselli, recipient of the Garvan Medal, will deliver a talk on Monday, April 14, entitled "Analytical Science—Catalyst

News for Industrial Research." The ACS Award in Chromatography will be pre­ sented to Milos Novotny. Novotny's award address on Monday, April 14, is entitled "The Years of Research in Capillary Chromatography." The ACS Award in Analytical Chemistry will be presented to David Hercules, who will speak on "Analytical Chemistry of Surfaces: Some Reflections and Some Challenges" on Tuesday, April 15. Also on Tuesday, the Frank H. Field and Joe L. Franklin Award for Out­ standing Achievement in Mass Spec­ trometry will be presented to Klaus Biemann. Biemann's award address will be entitled "Role of Mass Spec­ trometry in Structure Determina­ tion." J. Calvin Giddings will be awarded the ACS Award in Separa­ tions Science and Technology during a symposium cosponsored by the Divi­ sions of Analytical Chemistry and In­ dustrial and Engineering Chemistry on Tuesday, April 15. The title of Giddings's award address will be "Separa­ tion in Thin Channels—Field Flow Fractionation and Beyond." The ACS Award for Computers in Chemistry will be presented to Raymond Dessy at a symposium cosponsored by the Divisions of Analytical Chemistry and Computers in Chemistry and the Computer Secretariat on Wednesday, April 16. Dessy will speak on "The Electronic Laboratory."


The Analytical Division dinner and social hour are scheduled for Tuesday, April 15, at Mamma Leone's Ristorante, 239 West 48th St. This year's so­ cial hour will be a reception hosted by ANALYTICAL C H E M I S T R Y to intro­

duce its newly appointed Associate Editors: Klaus Biemann, Georges Guiochon, Fred Lytle, and Ted Kuwana. The reception will start at 6 P.M. with dinner following at 7 P.M. Cost is $25 per person for the dinner. Ticket-ordering information is avail­ able in the Feb. 24 issue of Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN). The ACS Department of Education­ al Materials will offer a series of short courses at the meeting. For further in­ formation, see the February issue (p. 302 A) or contact the Department

11:15 Award Address. Analytical Science—Catalyst for Industrial Re­ search. J . G. Grasselli

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Symposium on ACS Award in Chromatography

J. W. Jorgenson, Presiding

Monday Morning SECTION A

Garvan Medal Symposium

B. J. Bulkin, Presiding 8:30 Introductory Remarks. 8:40 Chromatography and FT-IR Spectrometry: Toward a Universal Interface. P . R. Griffiths 9:20 Infrared Spectroscopy: Then and Now. R. W. Hannah 10:20 Analysis of Trichroic Infrared Absorption in Solids. J . L. Koenig 11:00 Introduction of Awardee. G. R. Brown

8:30 Capillary Zone Electrophoresis of Proteins. J . W. Jorgenson, J. S. Green, D. Rose, Y. Walbroehl 9:00 Mobile Phases for Capillary Su­ percritical Fluid Chromatography. M. L. Lee, E. D. Sexton, S. M. Fields, J. C. Kuei, K. E. Markides, J. B. Ott, J. J. Christensen, C. M. Stouffer, C. Guanquan 9:30 Miniaturized Detection in Cap­ illary Column Liquid Chromatogra­ phy. J . C. Gluckman 10:30 Recent Developments in Chromatography/FT-IR. S. L. Smith 11:00 Introduction of Awardee. J . W. Jorgenson 11:15 Award Address. The Years of Research in Capillary Chromatogra­ phy. M. V. Novotny


of Educational Materials, ACS, 1155 16th St., N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036 (202-872-4508). In addition, the Division of Polymeric Materials: Sci­ ence and Engineering will sponsor a two-day workshop on Saturday and Sunday, April 12 and 13. The work­ shop is entitled "Size Exclusion Chro­ matography." Further information can be obtained from Theodore Provder (216-826-5289). Preregistration forms and addition­ al detailed information about the meeting are available in the Jan. 27 and Feb. 24 issues of C&EN. The lat­ ter issue contains the complete final program for the meeting. The program that follows includes all sessions spon­ sored or cosponsored by the Division of Analytical Chemistry.

Monday Afternoon SECTION A

Lasers and Luminescence

D. R. Bobbitt, Presiding 2:00 Micellar Amplified Chemiluminescence Measurements Based on Coupled Analyte-Enzymatic Reac­ tion Schemes. H. Hoshino, C. L. Malehorn, T. E. Riehl, Y. Baba, W. L. Hinze 2:20 Low-Temperature Solid-Sub­ strate Luminescence for Mixture Analysis. E. B. Asafu-Adjaye, S. Y. Su 2:40 Solid-Substrate Luminescence Detector for Liquid Chromatogra­ phy. S. Y. Su, W. J. Long, Ε. Β. Asafu-Adjaye 3:00 Study of Substrate-HeavyAtom Effects on Derivatization— Room Temperature Phosphores­ cence. W. J . Long, S. Y. Su 3:40 Fluorescent Polarization Immu­ noassay (FPIA) for Quantitation of Methotrexate in Biological Fluids. M. A. Pesce, S. H. Bodourian

News 4:00 Qualitative and Quantitative Aspects of the Raman-Induced Kerr Effect. D. R. Bobbitt, S. R. Erskine 4:20 Application of Pattern Recogni­ tion to the Identification of Patho­ gens by Laser-Excited Fluorimetry. J . T. Coburn, R. A. Forbes, L. Becker, F. E. Lytle, D. M. Huber, B. S. Freiser

Sorption Mechanisms within the Immobilized Polysiloxane Stationary Phases. M. Roth, P. David, M. Novotny, J. Novak 4:00 Flow Tuning of Serial Capillary GC Columns. L. S. E t t r e , J. V. Hinshaw, Jr. 4:30 Laser-Based Detection for Microcolumn Liquid Chromatography and High-Voltage Capillary Electrophoresis. V. L. McGuffin


Symposium on ACS Award in Chromatography

Tuesday Morning SECTION A

M. L. Lee, Presiding

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1:30 HPLC of Biopolymers: The World of Micro-, Macro-, and Megabore Columns. Cs. Horvâth, Z. El Rassi, J. X. Huang, G. Subramanian, A. Liao 2:00 Measurement of Catecholamine Dynamics in Brain Tissue. R. M. Wightman 2:30 Capillary Column Chromatography: Separations, Applications, and Boundary Conditions. S. P . Cram, F. J. Yang 3:30 Physicochemical Studies of the

Symposium on ACS Award in Analytical Chemistry F. E. Lytle, Presiding 9:00 Identification of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons Using Liquid Chromatography with On-the-Fly Fluorescence Lifetime Determination. F . E. Lytle, D. J. Desilets 9:20 Low-Temperature and Fragmentation Methods in Molecular Fluorescence Spectrometry. E. L. Wehry

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News 9:40 IR Spectroscopic Study of the Action of Catalytic Promoters on Single-Crystal Surfaces. J. T. Yates, Jr. 10:00 Optical Sensors for Alkali Metal Ions Based on Fluorescence and Ion Pair Extraction. Z. Zhujun, J. L. Mullin, W. R. Seitz 10:20 Recent Developments in Photoelectroanalytical Chemistry. W. F. Berry, J. M. Elbicki, S. G. Weber 10:40 XPS Analysis of the Water Adsorption-Desorption Character­ istics of Gold-Kovar Microelectron­ ic Package Materials. W. E. Swartz, Jr. 11:00 Introduction of Awardee. L. B. Rogers 11:15 Award Address. Analytical Chemistry of Surfaces: Some Re­ flections and Some Challenges. D. W. Hercules

9:20 Critical Comparison of Circular Dichroism as a Detector with and without Chromatography. S. M. Han, N. Purdie, K. Swallows 9:40 SIMS and HREELS Studies of Langmuir-Blodgett Prepared Mul­ tilayers and Mixed Monolayers. J. H. Wandass, J. A. Gardella, Jr. 10:20 SIMS and HREELS Study of Polymerizable Langmuir-Blodgett Films. R. L. Schmitt, J. A. Gardel­ la, Jr. 10:40 Quantitative Infrared External Reflection Spectroscopy (IR-ERS). Characterization of LangmuirBlodgett Multilayer Assemblies at Glassy Carbon. M. D. Porter, T. B. Bright, D. L. Allara, M. S. Al­ varez, S. Garoff 11:00 Achiral and Chiral Lanthanide Shift Reagents for Ή NMR Spec­ tral Simplification of Ethosuximide and Drug Analogs. R. Rothchild, J. Avolio, S. T. Eberhart, P. Simons

P. R. Brown, G. Guiochon, Presiding 9:05 Introductory Remarks 9:15 Award Address. Separation in Thin Channels—Field Flow Frac­ tionation and Beyond. J. C. Giddings 10:00 Instrumental Development of Field Flow Fractionation. M. N. Myers 10:45 Biochemical Applications of Field Flow Fractionation. K. D. Caldwell 11:15 Application of Field Flow Fractionation Techniques to the Characterization of Complex Envi­ ronmental Samples. R. Beckett 11:45 Capillary Column Chromatog­ raphy: Advances and Future Trends. F. J. Yang, S. P. Cram

Tuesday Afternoon SECTION A




C. J. Wurrey, Presiding 9:00 A New Method for Dioxin Anal­ ysis. C. J. Wurrey, S. Bourne

Symposium on ACS Separations Science and Technology Award Cosponsored with the Division of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry

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D. E. Leyden, Presiding 2:00 Spectroscopic Investigations of Immobilized Agents and Reagents.

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News D. Ε. Leyden, R.S.S. Murthy, G. S. Caravajal 2:20 A New High-Sensitivity Spec­ troscopic Technique for Detection of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocar­ bons. S. A. Asher, C. M. Jones, C. R. Johnson 2:40 Luminescence Ratio Probes for the Measurement of Oxygen. T. C. Werner, E. Lee, W. R. Seitz 3:00 Luminescence of Some Metal Ion Chelates in Micelle Systems. W. E. Ohnesorge 3:15 Scratching the Surface of Sup­ ported Metal Catalysts: A Compari­ son of ESCA and ISS. B. R. Strohmeier, D. M. Hercules 3:30 Constructing, Analyzing, and Modeling Molecular and Macromolecular Surfaces: The Master's 12 Labors. J. A. Gardella, Jr. 3:45 Enhanced Mixing Effects in Sputter-Deposited Films. R. J . Day 4:00 Counterion Control of the Ge­ ometry of Large-Scale Surfactant Aggregates. J. E. Brady, D. F. Evans, G. G. Warr, B. W. Ninham 4:15 The Future of Sensors in Clini­ cal Analysis. K. D. Legg 4:30 Rapid Method of Screening Urine Samples for Nicotine and Il­ licit Drug Metabolites. L. M. Setlak,

D. N. Bailey, A. L. VanNess 4:45 A Look at the Science of Organ­ ic Analytical Methodology. D. H. Freeman SECTION Β

Symposium on the Frank H. Field and Joe L. Franklin Award for Outstanding Achievement in Mass Spectrometry J. A. McCloskey, Presiding 1:30 Introductory Remarks and In­ troduction of Awardee. 1:40 Award Address. The Role of Mass Spectrometry in Structure Determination. K. Biemann 2:20 Direct Stereochemical Assign­ ments of Sugar Subunits in Natu­ rally Occurring Glycosides by Triple-Quadrupole MS/MS. B. Domon, D. R. Muller, W. J. Richter 2:50 Mass Spectrometry Studies of Some Bioactive Compounds. K. Nakanishi, J. Pawlak 3:20 Characterization of Oligosac­ charide Sequence and Branching by Mass Spectrometry: FAB and CID. V. N. Reinhold, S. Santikarn 3:50 Structural Studies of Intact

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Complex Carbohydrates Obtained from Glycoconjugates of Biological Interest Using Cesium Ion Liquid Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry. A. L. Burlingame, S. J. Fisher 4:20 Biochemistry of Diabetes: A Metabolic Profiling Study. C. C. Sweeley, Y. Shugematsu, D. B. Kassel, J. F. Holland 4:50 New Approaches to the Analysis of Structure Modification in Con­ stituents of Nucleic Acids. J. A. McCloskey, P. F. Crain, C. G. Ed­ monds, F. F. Hsu, D. W. Phillipson, D. L. Smith

Wednesday Morning SECTION A

Symposium on Detection Limits: From Basic Concepts to Practical Applications L. A. Currie, Presiding 8:50 Introductory Remarks 9:00 Realistic Detection Limits and the Political World. M. McCormack 9:30 Problems with Interlaboratory

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Measurements at Trace Levels. L. B. Rogers 10:00 Estimation of Limit of Detec­ tion for Environmental Analytical Procedures. C. J. Kirchmer 10:35 Panel Discussion. D. Kurtz, Chairman. Real-World Limitations to Detection: False Positives from Interference, Calibration Errors, and Interlaboratory Error. W. B. Crummett, W. Hanneman, W. Horwitz, L. Sturdivan, J. K. Taylor

Instrumentation: Meeting the Chal­ lenge. V. Karanassios, G. Horlick SECTION c

GC, MS, and GC/MS

G. C. DiDonato, Presiding 9:00 Development of a VariableMode Ionization Cell for Gas Chro­ matographic Detection. M. B. Wise, M. V. Buchanan, S. K. Parks 9:20 Analysis of Low Parts-Per-Billion Concentrations of Permanent Gases in He, H2, Ar, and N 2 . P. J. Maroulis, J. V. Martinez de Pinillos 9:40 An Improved Method for the Determination of Volatile Nitrosamines in Baby Bottle Rubber Nip­ ples and Pacifiers. N . P . Sen, S. W. Seaman, S. Kushwaha 10:00 Factors Affecting the Accuracy of the GC-TEA Determination of Volatile iV-Nitrosamines in Rubber Baby Bottle Nipples. C. Snodgrass-Pilla, D. S. Shuck, C. M. Shearer 10:40 Hyperpressure Pulsed Nozzle for Mass Spectrometry. H. M. Pang, D. M. Lubman


Symposium on Personal Computers In Analytical Chemistry

G. Horlick, Presiding 8:45 Instant "Off the Shelf " Inter­ facing of Personal Computers: Can I Do It? G. Horlick, K. Lepla 9:30 Approaches to Microcomputer Interfacing in the Analytical Lab­ oratory. T. C. O'Haver 10:30 A Stratified Approach to the Application of Small Computers in the Chemical Laboratory. R. R. Williams 11:15 Toward Intelligent Chemical


11:00 Analytical Mass Spectrometry: A Closer Examination of the Spec­ tra of Transition Metal Organometallics. G. C. DiDonato, K. L. Busch 11:20 Chromatography/Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry. G. C. Di­ Donato, R. A. Flurer, K. L. Busch 11:40 Metabolic Profiling of Corn Plants Using HPLC and GC/MS. J. W. Webb, S. C. Gates, J. P. Comiskey, D. F. Weber SECTION D

Symposium on Computers in Chemistry Award Cosponsored with the Division of Computers in Chemistry and the Computer Secretariat

E. C. Olson, Presiding 9:00 Award Address. Electronic Lab­ oratory. R. E. Dessy 9:45 Chemical Microsensors. H. Wohltjen 10:30 Laboratory Information Man­ agement Systems: The Framework of Laboratory Data Access and Sci­ entific Decision-Making. K. Caserta

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News 11:15 Mainframe Technology in a Laboratory Workstation. S. L. Mul­ len

Wednesday Afternoon SECTION A

Blood at Low Part-per-Billion Con­ centrations. D. J. Reutter, S. F. Hallowell, E. W. Sarver 4:20 Effects of Analytical Calibra­ tion Models on Detection Limit Es­ timates. C. L. Grant, K. G. Owens 4:40 Estimation of the Limit of De­ tection in Chromatography. J. E. Knoll, M. R. Midgett

Symposium on Detection Limits: From Basic Concepts to Practical Applications

R. Waiters, Presiding 1:50 Noise and Detection Limits in Signal-Integrating Analytical Meth­ ods. H. C. Smit 2:20 Comparison of Detection Limits in Spectroscopic Methods of Analy­ sis. M. S. Epstein 2:50 Laser Excitation and SignalProcessing Strategies for Lowering Spectroscopic Detection Limits. J. M. Harris, D. J. McGraw, P. Poston 3:20 Critical Assessment of Detec­ tion Limits for Ion Chromatogra­ phy. W. Koch, W. Liggett 3:50 Quality Assurance for Verifiable Detection and Quantification of Fusarium Trichothecenes in Human


4:10 Micelle or Cyclodextrin Mobile Phases: Which Is Best for You? L. J. Cline Love, M. Arunyanart 4:40 Bonded Cyclodextrins and Their Broad Applicability as a Chromatographic Tool. T. E. Beesley 5:10 Gas Chromatographic Separa­ tion of Structural Isomers on Cyclo­ dextrin and Liquid Crystal Station­ ary Phases. E. Smolkovâ-Keulemansovâ, L. Sojâk

Symposium on Use of Ordered Media in Chemical Separations


General: Including Electrochemistry

W. L. Hinze, S. G. Weber, Presiding 1:55 Introductory Remarks. W. L. Hinze 2:00 Organized Assemblies. J. H. Fendler 2:30 Effect of the Counterion on the Structure of Normal Dodecyl Sul­ fate Micelles. R.R.M. Jones, S. S. Berr, J. S. Johnson, Jr., L. Kevan 3:00 Cyclodextrins and Their Uses in Separations. J. Szejtli 3:40 Effects of the Physicochemical Properties of Micelles and Cyclo­ dextrins on Separations. D. W. Armstrong

D. S. Ballantine, Presiding 2:00 Methods for Analysis of Oil Shale on Filter Samples and in Rat Lungs after Inhalation Exposures. R. L. Hanson, J. L. Mauderly, R. F. Henderson, Ε. Β. Barr 2:20 Manual Procedure for Deter­ mining Parameters for Nonlinear Trial Functions from Linear Re­ gression Data. D. E. Hughes 2:40 Response Characteristics of Saw Device Coatings Exposed to Select­ ed Vapors. D. S. Ballantine, Jr., S. Rose


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News 3:20 Halate-Halide Kinetics Using Potentiostatic Coulometry. R. W. Ramette, A. A. Bengali, R. J. Noll 3:40 Amperometric Determination of Cyanide Using Immobilized En­ zymes. T. Fonong 4:00 Electrochemical Detection of Amines Following Mild Acylation by iV-Hydroxysuccinimide Esters. K. A. Jacobson, K. L. Kirk, K. Mine, T. Marshall, M. Linnoila SECTION D

Symposium on Computers in Chemistry Award Cosponsored with the Division of Computers in Chemistry and the Computer Secretariat

E. C. Olson, Presiding 2:00 Digital Image Processing and Analysis. P . A. Jansson 2:45 Automated HPLC Methods De­ velopment with Optimization. S. Abbott, R. Bach, W.-H. Chu, J.-L. Excoffier, J. Karnicky, T. Schlabach 3:30 A Laboratory Robotics Toolbox. G. D. Owens, R. J. Eckstein

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Thursday Morning

Acids in Environmental Samples. P. E. Hare 11:00 Detection Limits and Their Effect on Erroneous Medical Diag­ noses. S. Bauer 11:30 Establishing Clinical Detection Limits of Laboratory Tests. M. H. Zweig


Symposium on Detection Limits: From Basic Concepts to Practical Applications Cosponsored with the Divisions of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology and Environmental Chemistry

L. B. Rogers, Presiding 9:00 Guaranteeing Accuracy in Mini­ mal Detectable Concentration Esti­ mation for In Vitro Medical De­ vices. B. Schlain 9:30 Statistical Aspects of the Inter­ pretation of Bullet-Lead Analysis Data in Criminal Cases. V. P. Guinn 10:00 Detection Limits and the In­ terpretation of Analytical Results in the Forensic Laboratory. C. R. Midkiff, Jr. 10:30 Detection Limits for Amino


Symposium on Use of Ordered Media in Chemical Separations

D. W. Armstrong, J. G. Dorsey, Pre­ siding 9:00 Analytical Applications of Or­ ganized Molecular Assemblies. E. Pelizzetti, E. Pramauro, C. Minero 9:30 Chromatographic Capabilities of Micellar Mobile Phases. J. G. Dorsey 10:00 Micellar Liquid Chromatogra­ phy: Additive Effects on Surfactant Adsorption and Ionic Solutes Re­ tention. A. Berthod, I. Girard, C. Gonnet 10:40 Sulfobetaine Surfactant in Liquid Chromatography. S. G. Weber, J. A. Podcasy, W. G. Tramposch

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News 11:10 Ion Separations with Micellar Mobile Phases. F.G.P. Mullins, G. F. Kirkbright 11:40 Determination of A, B, and C Terms in the Knox Equation for Nonionic Micellar Liquid Chroma­ tography. M. F. Borgerding, W. L. Hinze SECTION C

Symposium on Microelectrodes in Analytical Chemistry

A. G. Ewing, Presiding 8:30 Measurement of Electrochemi­ cal Reaction Rate Parameters Using Ultramicroelectrodes and Electron Arrival Time Techniques. S. Pons, J. Daschbach, M. Fleischmann 9:10 Microelectrode Voltammetry of Tetraphenylporphyrins in the Low Dielectric Solvent Toluene. L. Geng, R. W. Murray 9:50 Using Microelectrodes to Probe the Electrode-Solution Interface. R. C. Engstrom 10:45 Transient and Modulation Techniques with Microelectrodes: Spectroelectrochemistry and Trace Voltammetry. S. Schuette, R. L. McCreery, R. Robinson

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3:30 Panel Discussion. M. W. Brossman, moderator. Reporting of LowLevel Data for Computerized Data Bases. A. Cantillo, J. Clark, H. Kahn, D. King, R. Kleopfer, G. McKenna, J. K. Taylor

11:25 Chemical Analysis with Microvoltammetric Electrodes. R. M. Wightman

Thursday Afternoon


Symposium on the Use of Ordered Media in Chemical Separations

Symposium on Detection Limits: From Basic Concepts to Practical Applications Cosponsored with the Divisions of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology and Environmental Chemistry

L. J. Cline-Love, M. J. Sepaniak, Pre­ siding 2:00 Micellar Electrokinetic Capil­ lary Chromatography. M. J. Sepan­ iak 2:30 Aerosol Formation and DC Plasma Emission Elemental Re­ sponse for Micellar HPLC Mobile Phases. P. C. Uden, C. M. Kirkman, S. A. Charvat 3:00 Bioproduct Recovery Using Re­ versed Micelles. T. A. Hatton 3:40 Micellar-Enhanced Ultrafiltra­ tion and Equilibrium Solubilization Studies. S. D. Christian, J. F. Scamehorn 4:10 Selectivity in Protein-Polyelectrolyte Coacervation. P. L. Dubin, Β. Ε. Yegerlehner 4:40 Aqueous Liquid-Liquid Extrac-

K. Inn, Presiding 1:50 Perspectives on Detection Lim­ its for Nuclear Measurements in Se­ lected National (U.S.) and Interna­ tional (IAEA) Programs. L. A. Currie, R. M. Parr 2:20 Evaluating the Impact of Hy­ pothesis Testing on Radioactivity Measurement Programs at a Nucle­ ar Power Facility. R. A. Mellor, C. L. Harrington 2:50 Radioactivity Analyses and De­ tection Limit Problems Unique to the Environs of a Gas-Cooled Reac­ tor. J. E. Johnson, J. A. Johnson

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Biologic Gate. L. G. Bâchas, M. E. Meyerhoff

pounds by Supercritical Fluid Injection in Supersonic Beam Mass Spectrometry. C. H. Sin, D. M. Lubman

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Liquid Chromatography

Separations Science

Symposium on Microelectrodes in Analytical Chemistry

J. D. Stuart, Presiding H. L. Finston, Presiding R. M. Wightman, Presiding 1:30 Micro-Ring Carbon Electrodes. Y.T. Kim, R. A. Wallingford, A. G. Ewing 2:00 Graphite Fiber Microelectrodes for On-Column Voltammetric Detection in Open-Tubular Liquid Chromatography. J. G. White, R. L. St. Claire III, J. W. Jorgenson 2:30 New Microelectronic "Devices" Based on Modification of Microelectrode Arrays. M. S. Wrighton 3:15 Regression Analysis of Electrochemical Data Obtained at Spherical Electrodes with Expanding Space Grid Digital Simulation. J. V. Arena, J. F. Rusling 3:45 Homogeneous Enzyme-Linked Competitive Binding Assay for the Rapid Determination of Folate: A

9:00 Homogeneous Liquid-Liquid Extraction at Near Neutral pH. N. Rajapakse, H. L. Finston 9:20 "Subcritical" Fluid Chromatography. J. F. Parcher 9:40 Quantitative Analytical Supercritical Fluid Extraction of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons. D. C. Locke, J. L. Martin, J. C. Scott, J.-S. Wang 10:00 Ion Profiles of Wastewaters by Nonsuppressed Ion Chromatography. G. V. Harrison, D. Wong 10:40 Gradient Elution in Nonsuppressed Ion Chromatography. D. Wong, G. V. Harrison 11:00 Chromatographic Peak Deconvolution Using Clustering. B. T. Johnson, J. W. Sennott, S. C. Gates 11:20 Analysis of Nonvolatile Com-

9:00 Improvement in the Resolution of o-Phthalaldehyde Amino Acids by Applying Gradient Optimization Method to Six Different ReversedPhase Columns. J. D. Stuart, M. Eslami, K. A. Cohen 9:20 Separation of Sugar Phosphates by Reversed-Phase HPLC Using Metal Complexes as Mobile-Phase Additives. S. K. Henderson, D. E. Henderson 9:40 Design of a Microbore HPLC System for Biomedical Applica­ tions. R. C. Simpson, P. R. Brown 10:00 Supercritical Fluid Chroma­ tography Using Modified HPLC Equipment. R. C. Simpson, P. R. Brown, J. R. Gant 10:40 Determination of Biurea in the Presence of Azodicarbonamide by HPLC. W. E. Bechtold, Y. S. Cheng, G. M. Shopp

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News 11:00 Analysis of Aminopolycarboxylic Acids Using HPLC with Elec­ trochemical Detection. J . Dai, G. R. Helz 11:20 Chromatographic Analysis of Product Mixtures from Porphyrin Metallation Reactions. G. A. Duff, S. A. Yeager, A. K. Singhal, B. C. Pestel, J. M. Ressner, N. Foster

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New! Philip A. Lyon, Editor 3M Central Research Bridges the gap between SIMS and FAB mass spectrometry. Focuses on surface techniques that can use either SIMS or FAB mass spectrome­ try. Includes fundamentals, instru­ mental design, and applications. Demythologizes particle bombard­ ment by addressing both the chemis­ try and physics involved. CONTENTS Molecular Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry • Particle Bombardment as Viewed by Molecular Dynamics · Role ot Intermolecular Interactions in the Desorption of Molecular Ions from Surfaces · Processes of LaserInduced Ion Formation in Mass Spectrometry • Angle-Resolved Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry · Secondary Ion Mass Spec­ trometer Designed Considerations for Or­ ganic and Inorganic Analysis · Liquid Metal Ion Sources · Fast Atom Bombardment Mass Spectrometric Technique and Ion Guns · Fast Atom Bombardment Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometric Surface Analysis · Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry. A Multidi­ mensional Technique · Fast Atom Bombard­ ment Combined with Tandem Mass Spec­ trometry for the Study of Collisionally Induced Remote Charge Site Decompositions · Analysis of Reactions in Aqueous Solution Using Fast Atom Bombardment Mass Spec­ trometry · Applications of Fast Atom B o m ­ bardment in Bioorganic Chemistry · Use of Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry to Study Surface Chemistry of Adhesive Bonding Materials Developed from a symposium sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the 3M Company ACS Symposium Series No. 291 256 pages (1985) Clothbound LC 85-201 51 ISBN 0-8412-0942-1 US & Canada $44.95 Export $53.95 Order from: American Chemical Society Distribution Dept. 91 1155 Sixteenth St., N.W. Washington, DC 20036 or CALL TOLL FREE 800-424-6747 and use your credit card!


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1986 meetings are listed in the Janu­ ary and February issues. • Royal Society of Chemistry An­ nual Chemical Congress. April 8-11. Coventry, England. Contact: J. F. Gibson, The Royal Society of Chemis­ try, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London Wl V 0ΒΝ, England • World Filtration Congress IV. April 22-25. Ostend, Belgium. Con­ tact: Secretariat, World Filtration Congress, Jan van Rijswijcklaan 58, B-2018, Antwerp, Belgium • 16th Annual Symposium on Ap­ plied Analytical Chemistry. May 7-8. New Orleans, La. Contact: Mi­ chael Legendre, Program Chairman, P.O. Box 19687, New Orleans, La. 70179 • 11th Annual Conference on Thermal Analysis in Research and Production. May 12-14. Brooklyn, N.Y. Contact: Edith Turi, Polytech­ nic Institute of New York, 333 Jay St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11201 • 41st Symposium on Molecular Spectroscopy. June 16-20. Colum­ bus, Ohio. Contact: Κ. Ν. Rao, De­ partment of Physics, 174 West 18th Ave., Ohio State University, Colum­ bus, Ohio 43210 m 4th International Symposium on Magnetic Resonance in Colloid and Interface Science. July 21-25. Mun­ ster, West Germany. Contact: Deut­ sche Bunsen-Gesellschaft fur Physikalische Chemie, Varrentrappstrasse 40-42, 6000 Frankfurt am Main 90, F.R.G. m 28th Rocky Mountain Confer­ ence. Aug. 3-7. Denver, Colo. Con­ tact: R. Barkley, CIRES, Campus Box 449, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colo. 80309 m International Symposium on Mass Spectrometry in Life Sci­ ences. Aug. 31-Sept. 3. Ghent, Bel­ gium. Contact: A. De Leenheer, Laboratoria voor Medische Biochemie en voor Klinische Analyse, Harelbekestraat 72, B-9000 Ghent, Belgium


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