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Analytical chemistry

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0003-2700
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1520-6882
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ACS
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21100
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  1. Nonfaradaic nanoporous electrochemistry for conductometry at high electrolyte concentration.

    Analytical chemistry 87(4):2443 (2015) PMID 25590534

    We report the contributions of ion concentration and applied ac frequency to the electrode impedance through an electrical double layer overlap and ion transport along the nanopores. Nanoporous Pt with uniform pore size and geometry (L2-ePt) responded more sensitively to conductivity changes in aque...
  2. Probing Combustion Chemistry in a Miniature Shock Tube with Synchrotron VUV Photo Ionization Mass Spectrometry.

    Analytical chemistry 87(4):2345 (2015) PMID 25594229

    We present results of a PI-TOF-MS study at the Advanced Light Source at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Dimethyl ether pyrolysis (2% CH3OCH3/Ar) was observed behind the reflected shock (1400 < T5 < 1700 K, 3 < P5 < 16 bar) with ionization energies between 10 and 13 eV. Individual experiments...
  3. Controlled rotation and vibration of patterned cell clusters using dielectrophoresis.

    Analytical chemistry 87(4):2389 (2015) PMID 25611070

    We demonstrate a new strategy for the mechanical stimulation of large cell clusters, taking advantage of dielectrophoresis. This strategy is based on the cellular spin resonance mechanism, but it utilizes coating agents, such as bovine serum albumin, to create consistent rotation and vibration of in...
  4. Multiscattering-enhanced absorption spectroscopy.

    Analytical chemistry 87(3):1536 (2015) PMID 25546088

    An original scheme for sensitive absorption measurements, particularly well-suited for low analyte concentrations, is presented. The technique is based on multiscattering-enhanced absorption spectroscopy (MEAS) and benefits from the advantages of conventional absorption spectroscopy: simplicity, rap...
  5. Detection of Human Urinary 5-Hydroxymethylcytosine by Stable Isotope Dilution HPLC-MS/MS Analysis.

    Analytical chemistry 87(3):1846 (2015) PMID 25551771

    We developed an accurate, sensitive, and specific assay for quantification of 5mC, 5hmC, and other DNA demethylation intermediates in human urine. The urinary samples were desalted and enriched using off-line solid-phase extraction, followed by stable isotope dilution HPLC-MS/MS analysis for 5hmC an...
  6. Highly Time-Resolved Imaging of Combustion and Pyrolysis Product Concentrations in Solid Fuel Combustion: NO Formation in a Burning Cigarett...

    Analytical chemistry 87(3):1711 (2015) PMID 25582882

    The highly dynamic, heterogeneous combustion process within a burning cigarette was investigated by a miniaturized extractive sampling probe (microprobe) coupled to photoionization mass spectrometry using soft laser single photon ionization (SPI) for online real-time detection of molecular ions of c...
  7. Investigation of the Persistence of Nerve Agent Degradation Analytes on Surfaces through Wipe Sampling and Detection with Ultrahigh Performa...

    Analytical chemistry 87(2):1034 (2015) PMID 25495198

    The persistence of chemical warfare nerve agent degradation analytes on surfaces is important, from indicating the presence of nerve agent on a surface to guiding environmental restoration of a site after a release. Persistence was investigated for several chemical warfare nerve agent degradation an...
  8. Emulsion PCR Significantly Improves Nonequilibrium Capillary Electrophoresis of Equilibrium Mixtures-Based Aptamer Selection: Allowing for E...

    Analytical chemistry 87(2):1411 (2015) PMID 25495441

    We proposed the use of emulsion PCR (ePCR), which is known to reduce byproduct formation, as a PCR mode for coupling with NECEEM partitioning. For the first time, we tested the advantages of ePCR in NECEEM-based aptamer selection to a medically relevant DNA repair enzyme, ABH2. We report that the co...
  9. LED-Based UV Absorption Detector with Low Detection Limits for Capillary Liquid Chromatography.

    Analytical chemistry 87(2):1381 (2015) PMID 25496031

    A 260 nm deep UV LED-based absorption detector with low detection limits was developed and integrated with a small nanoflow pumping system. The detector is small in size (5.2 × 3.0 cm) and weighs only 85 g (without electronics). This detector was specifically designed and optimized for on-column det...
  10. Phosphate ion targeted colorimetric and fluorescent probe and its use to monitor endogeneous phosphate ion in a hemichannel-closed cell.

    Analytical chemistry 87(2):1196 (2015) PMID 25511872

    Fluorescent probe 1, the first inorganic phosphate (Pi) targeted colorimetric and fluorescent probe to detect endogenous Pi in hemichannel-closed cells, has been developed. Probe 1 undergoes a unique Pi induced hydrolytic reaction in DMSO-HEPES (V/V = 9:1) buffered (0.02 M, pH 7.4) solutions that pr...