Program

Program at a Glance

APWC2017 Scientific Program

  • 12 (Sunday) Short Course

  • 13 (Monday)

  • 14 (Tuesday)

  • 15 (Wednesday)

  • 16 (Thursday)

  • 17 (Friday)

APWC2017 Oral Presentations

1. Short Course

SC1
Glow Discharge – The Most Versatile Source
Hieftje G.
SC2
Trends in Single Particle and Single Cell ICP-MS: From particles detection in complex matrices to quantification of particle number and metal content in individual unicellular organisms
Merrifield R.
SC3
Arsenic and mercury speciation in biological samples
Feldmann J.
SC4
Laser ablation sample introduction technique : principles, system setup and applications for imaging on geochemical and biochemical materials
Hirata T.
SC5
Element speciation in life sciences and Metallomics
Lobinski R.
SC6
An introduction to isotopic analysis with single- and multi-collector ICP-MS
Vanhaecke F.

2. Heritage Lecture

HR01
Continuing Progress in Plasma Spectrochemistry
Hieftje G.
HR02
Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry: A Personal Odyssey
Longerich H.

3. Plenary Lecture

PL01
Progress in Plasma Spectrochemistry
Hieftje G., Schwartz, A., Shelley J., Cissna C., Thaler K., Song J.-Y., White A.
PL02
ICP MS in metallomics: On the way of the discovery of novel metallobiomolecules and their functions
Lobinski R., Ouerdane L.
PL03
Importance of ICPMS for speciation analysis is changing: future trends for targeted and non‐targeted element speciation analysis
Feldmann J., Krupp E., Raab A., Laili N.. Jamari A.
PL04
Capabilities of Laser Ablation Inductively Coupled Plasma Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry
Burger M., Käser D., Hendriks L., Kradolfer S., Hattendorf B., Koch J., Gundlach-Graham A., Wu C.-C., Shen C.-C., Günther D.
PL05
Concentrations, speciation, images and isotope ratios in biomedical / pharmaceutical research … ICP-MS delivers it all !
Vanhaecke F., Anoshkina Y., Costas-Rodriguez M., Flórez M., Hastuti A., Klencsár B., Lauwens S., Li S., Van Acker T., Van Malderen S.

4. Keynote Speech

KN01
Development of Droplet Injection ICP-AES/MS and Elemental Analysis of Single Human Cancer/Osteosarcoma Cell
Okino A., Kohno S., Aida M., Miyake T., Iwai T., Miyahara H., Shimada M., Matsumoto Y., Aoi T., Chiba, K.
KN02
Examining nanomaterials released from products undergoing weathering using hyphenated ICP-MS methods
Ranville J., Challis K., Lancone R., Fairbrother H., Moffitt M., Kly S., Barber A., Westerhoff P.
KN03
Selenometabolome: The riddles of unique selenometabolites
Ogra Y.
KN04
Application of Thermal Ionization Mass Spectrometry for Safeguards Inspection at the On-Site Laboratory in the Rokkasho Reprocessing Plant ? Preliminary tests on combined method of isotope dilution mass spectrometry and high resolution gamma spectrometry
Kim C., Nizhnik V., Duhamel G., Bulyha S., Raptis K., Kawaguchi T., Hara S.
KN05
A New Approach for Solid Sample Preparation in Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy and Laser Ablation Inductively Coupled Plasma Analysis
Russo R., Grate J, Gonzalez J., O'Hara M., Niver C., Koppenaal D., Chan C.-Y. Mao X., Zorba V.
KN06
Multielemental analysis of concentrations and stable isotope ratios for trace metal oceanography
Sohrin Y.
KN07
Uptake and Transformation of Nanomaterials in Biological Systems by ICP-MS and X-ray Techniques
Chen C., Wang L.
KN08
High spatially resolved analysis of coated materials by GD-MS and LA-ICP-MS
Pisonero J., Fandiño J., Bouza M., Richter S., Jakubowski N., Gonzalez J., Quarles D., Sanz-Medel A., Bordel N.

5. Invited Talk

INV01
The European Working Group for Glow Discharge Spectroscopy; History, Aims and Achievements
Robinson P.
INV02
Systematic Investigation on the Ion-gas Molecule Reactions in the Reaction Cell of ICP-MS
Zhu Y.
INV03
Gas to Particle Conversion-Gas Exchange ICPMS for Direct Analysis of Ultra-trace Metallic Compound Gas
Ohata M., Nishiguchi K.
INV04
Analysis of trace element impurity in special gases by spICP-MS coupled with gas exchange technique
Hsu I., Lin F., Liu Y., Chang C.
INV05
HPLC-ICP-MS for the Analysis of Nanoparticles
Bettmer J., García-Fernández J., Montes-Bayón M., Sötebier C., Weidner M., Jakubowski N., Panne U.
INV06
ICP MS uses for monitoring Pt based anticancer drugs in oncologic studies
Larroque M., Arnaudguilhem C., Bouyssiere B., Sgarbura O. Quenet F., Carrere S., Larroque C., Mounicou S.
INV07
Selenium metabolism of mice after intravenous injection of selenite or selenomethionine
Furuta N., Tashiro Y., Saito K., Nishida S.
INV08
Single Particle - ICP MS and HPLC - ICP MS/ESI MSn for Studies of the Fate of Metal Nanoparticles in Plants
Szpunar J., Lamana J., Wojcieszek J., Bierla K., Kinska K.
INV09
Quantification of metal and nanoparticle uptake and distribution in cells
Merrifield R., Lead J., Stephan C.
INV10
A novel strategy towards the achievement of SI traceability for nanoparticle number concentration using single particle ICPMS
Bartczak D., Nunez S., Goenaga‐Infante H.
INV11
Visualization of Intracellular Elements by Scanning X-ray Fluorescence Microscopy- Application for Cell Biology and Medicine
Shimura M.
INV12
Ultra-trace determination of Pu using SF-ICP-MS for a field study in Japan on soil to crop transfer of global fallout plutonium
Zheng J., Wang Z., Ni Y., Tagami K., Uchida S.
INV13
Determination of ultratrace 129I in environmental samples by ICP-MS/MS and its application to Fukushima soil samples
Ohno T., Sakata S., Kakuta S.
INV14
Applications of Laser Ablation ICP-MS in Medicine
Matsukawa T., Kubota A., Makino Y., Hirata T., Yanagie H., Shinohara A., Yokoyama K.
INV15
Transfer data of indigenous elements from soil to plants for safety assessment of radioactive waste
Tagami K., Zheng J., Ishii N., Uchida S.
INV16
Investigating soil erosion and re-distribution using fallout plutonium as a tracer : why ICPMS matters, and what’s next on the horizon?
Ketterer M.
INV17
Exploration of brain iron uptake and turnover in rodents using stable isotope techniques
Walczyk T.
INV18
Tracing the sources and fates of aerosol metals deposited in the ocean by using elemental and isotopic ratios determined by ICPMS
Ho T.
INV19
Multi isotopic systems for the investigation of aquatic ecosystems
Irrgeher J., ReeseA., Zimmermann T., Klein O., Retzmann A., Prohaska T., Wieser M., Pröfrock D.
INV20
Simultaneous Determination of Pu isotopes and 237Np in Atmospheric Samples using MC-ICP-MS
Yim S.
INV21
Ultra-high Throughput Surface Analysis with Multi-dimensional Resolution via Glow Discharge Optical Emission Spectroscopy
Gamez G., Shi S., Yuan Y., Finch K.
INV22
UV-Femtosecond Laser Ablation: Virtues and Vices
Kimura J.-I.
INV23
Matrix independent elemental and isotope ratio analyses with UV femtosecond laser ablation coupled to (MC)-ICP-MS
Horn I.
INV24
Nanoscale elemental imaging via near-field enhanced ablation and ionization mass spectrometry
Hang W.
INV25
Evolution of the continental crust as recorded by U–Pb and Hf isotopes in detrital zircon
Iizuka T.
INV26
Atomic Oncology: Personalising cancer radiation treatments with LAICP‐MS
Doble P.

6. Contributed Talk

CNT01
ANALYTE JOURNEY THROUGH AN INDUCTIVELY COUPLED PLASMA TORCH: A COMPUTATIONAL STUDY
Aghaei M., Bogaerts A.
CNT02
Laminar Flow-focusing Droplet Dispensing for ICP-MS
Inagaki K., Miyashita S., Fujii S., Ido K., Hokura .
CNT03
Stable isotope signatures of calcium for biological samples as a proxy for evaluating the change in calcium metabolism
Tanaka Y., Hirata T.
CNT04
Method development and application for routine measurement of I-129, Cs-135, and U-236 in soil and plant by ICP-QQQ
Yang G., Tazoe H., Yamada M.
CNT05
Compound specific isotope analysis of inorganic sulfur in aqueous media
Martinez M., Parat C., Hécho I.
CNT06
Development of a Separation Column-Integrated Nebulizer for Speciation Analysis by ICP-MS
Miyashita S., Takae S., Fujii S., Takatsu A., Umemura T., Inagaki K.
CNT07
Orthogonal anisotropic acquisition for 2D and 3D super resolution reconstruction elemental bio-Imaging
Westerhausen M., Bishop D., Cole N., Doble P.
CNT08
On-Site Quantification of Gold, Palladium, and Platinum in Leachates using Liquid Electrode Plasma Optical Emission Spectrometry
Barua S., Rahman I., Miyaguchi M., Alam I., Maki T., Hasegawa H.
CNT09
Determination of Fluorine Chemical Structure in Steelmaking Slag by using Thermal Hydrolysis Helium Microwave Induced Plasma Optical Emission Spectrometry
Aimoto M., Hayashi S., Yamamoto K., Ohata M., Okamoto Y.
CNT10
ICP tandem mass spectrometry (ICP-MS/MS); why double mass selection is essential for effective interference control in reaction mode
McCurdy E., Gutierrez A., Wilbur S., Yamanaka M.
CNT11
Double-Viewing-Position SP-ICP-AES
Chun K.
CNT12
Development of Highly Sensitive Detection System for Sulfur Compounds in Hydrogen Fuel using High-Power Pulsed Microplasma
Iwai T., Mifune S., Matsuda K., Morikawa M., Miyahara H., Okino A., Chiba K.
CNT13
Determination of trace metals in aluminum and aluminum alloys by ICP-AES; evaluation of uncertainty and limit of quantitation from interlaboratory testing
Uemoto M., Ota Y., Makino M., Sakaguchi H., Shimizu Y., Katsumata K.

APWC2017 Poster Presentations

Display BoardPoster sessions will be held Monday through Thursday afternoons for about 75% of the Conference papers. This method of presenting papers has the advantage that it allows participants with a particular interest in a paper to have detailed discussions with the authors around the poster. Each author will be provided with a display board 1.2 m (wide) x 2.1 m (high) on which they will attach the material appropriate to their paper. We sincerely apologize for confusion concerning the size of poster indicated in the early version of the website.

Poster presentation is held at the Exhibition Hall on the 1st floor (ground floor), just next to the exhibition booths for corporate sponsors and academic Societies. Please put your poster on the poster board indicated your poster ID number, before the poster core time. The fixing material (pin or adhesive tape) can be available either at the registration desk or help desk in the Exhibition Hall. All posters will be displayed for 4 days through Monday 10:30 (13th Nov.) to Thursday 16:30 (16th Nov.). The poster core time is scheduled for 3 days on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday afternoon (13th, 14th and 16th Nov.) as indicated in the time table. All presenters must attend their posters at the “core time and date” as indicated below. If in the case that you are unable to attend the your poster, please indicate your specific “core time”, so that participants can discuss the paper in detail with them. Blank white paper for your announcement can also be available at the registration desk.

The Exhibition Hall will be closing on 17:00 on Thursday (16th Nov.), so please remove your poster until 16:30. Any posters remaining on the board after 16:30 can be discarded. If you have any further enquiry or request, please do not hesitate to contact the support staff at the help desk.

Category Code:

A Fundamentals, excitation mechanisms, plasma phenomena
B Sample introduction and transport phenomena
C Nanomaterial analysis and characterization
D Elemental speciation and sample preparation
E Plasma source optical and mass spectrometry
F Laser assisted plasma spectrochemistry
G Stable isotope analysis
H Advanced materials, surfaces and interfaces
I Plasma source instrumentation
J Novel plasma spectrochemical applications
K Other advanced technique

Location Code:

Abbreviations /[Booth]/Poster ID Number/Core Time and Date/Title/Authors

[01] A-01 MON
THEORETICAL STUDY OF NEAR-FIELD ENHANCED ABLATION AND IONIZATION TIME-OF-FLIGHT MASS SPECTROMETRY
Zhang S., Hang W.
[02] B-01 MON
Using a Desolvating Nebulizer System with Multicollector ICP-MS in Isotope Geochemistry
Smith F.
[03] B-02 MON
Achieving the highest sensitivity MC-ICP-MS with high-efficiency laser ablation designs
Craig G., Horstwo M., Lloyd N., Bouman C., Schwieters J.
[04] C-01 TUE
Nanoscale chemical imaging via near-field enhanced ablation and ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometry
Liang Z.
[05] C-02 TUE
Measurement of nanoparticle components in sunscreens by multi-element screegning function of spICP-MS
Yamanaka M., Itagaki T., Wilbur S.
[06] C-03 TUE
Detection of toxic trace elements in airborne particulate matter passing through a micro-pore filter
Ono Y., Furuta N.
[07] C-04 TUE
Evaluating the dispersion of TiO2 nanoparticles via sp-ICP-MS for sunscreen powder analysis
Hsu C., Su C., Chen C., Laio Y., Lai M., Hsu C.
[08] C-05 TUE
Evaluation of stabilization behavior of SiO2 nanoparticles by Single Particle-ICPMS
Chen W., Wan C.
[09] C-06 TUE
Application of single particle ICP-MS for silver nanoparticles characterization
Su C., Hsu C., Chen C., Lai M., Laio Y., Hsu C.
[10] C-07 TUE
Imaging analysis of nanoparticles on biological tissue samples using a magnetic sector-ICPMS technique
Yamashita S., Yoshikuni Y., Obayashi H., Hirata T.
[11] C-08 TUE
Limits of detection for a wide range of metallic nanoparticles using Nu AttoM HR-ICP-MS with microsecond acquisition times
Donard A., Newman K., Shaw P., Zhao Y.
[12] D-01 TUE
3D-Printed, TiO2 NP?Incorporated Minicolumn Coupled with ICP-MS for Speciation of Inorganic Arsenic, Chromium, and Selenium in High-Salt-Content Samples
Su C., Chen W.
[13] D-02 TUE
Use of an Inline Autodilution Method to Eliminate Species Interconversion for LC-ICP-MS Based Applications
Quarles Jr. D., Field P., Sullivan P., Wiederin D.
[14] D-03 TUE
Direct Method for the Detection of “Free Copper” in Serum
Quarles Jr. D., Field P., Sullivan P., Wiederin D.
[15] D-04 TUE
Rapid method for ultra-trace urinary plutonium bioassay with sector-field inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry
Ni Y., Zheng J., Guo Q., Men W., Tagami K., Uchida S.
[16] D-05 TUE
Precise determination of phosphate and silicate in seawater by ion chromatography inductively coupled plasma sector field mass spectrometry
Cheong C., Miura T., Nonose N.
[17] D-06 TUE
Four kinds of toxic arsenic speciation determination in human urine by HPLC-ICP-MS
Ma C.
[18] D-07 TUE
Determination of ultra-trace sulfur in high purity metal by isotope dilution inductively coupled plasma sector field mass spectrometry combined with chemical separation procedure
Wada A., Nonose N., Ohata M., Miura T.
[19] D-08 TUE
Optimization of pulsed discharge and press forming conditions for direct analysis of solid fine ceramic powders with a Grimm-type pulsed glow discharge mass spectrometer using a secondary electrode
Yamada K., Ikemoto T., Honda K., Uemoto M.
[20] D-09 TUE
Determination of tetrabromobisphenol A and the main derivatives in water and soil samples by HPLC-ICP-MS/MS
Liu L., Yun Z., Liu A., Zhang Q., Shi J., He B., Jiang G.
[21] D-10 TUE
Simultaneous monitoring of halogen monoions and compounds in Kanda River water using IC-CD-ICPMS
Katanaga Y., Furuta N.
[22] D-11 TUE
Speciation analysis of selenium compounds in muscle injected with 82Se-enriched selenite or selenomethionine.
Saito K., Furuta N.
[23] D-12 TUE
Speciation analysis of selenium compounds in mouse livers after intravenous injection of 82Selenium-enriched selenomethioneine or selenite
Tashiro Y., Furuta N.
[24] D-13 TUE
Distribution and Speciation of Rare Earth Elements in Muko River by using HPLC-ICP-MS
Buana E., Mrabawani N., Iwai T., Narukawa T., Tsuboi M., Chiba K.
[25] D-14 TUE
Inorganic Elements Distribution and Speciation Study for As in River Water and Plants around Tada Silver Mine
Okamoto J., Iwai T., Narukawa T., Tsuboi M., Chiba K.
[26] D-15 TUE
Speciation method for copper in natural water samples by inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry through on-site sample treatment and solid phase extraction
Yabutani T., Yamada Y., Kishibe S., Kamimura M., Nozoe K., Takayanagi T.
[27] D-16 TUE
Speciation analysis of Cr(III) and Cr(VI) in drinking waters using ion chromatography coupled to the Thermo Scientific iCAP RQ ICP-MS
Kuroki Y., Ikemoto T., Miura S.
[28] E-01 MON
Arsenic(As) and Selenium(Se) analysis in presence of Rare Earth Elements (REEs) by single quadrupole ICP-MS
Sugiyama N.
[29] E-02 MON
Modern Tools for More Effective Interference Removal in ICP-MS
Vincent T., Kutscher D., McSheehy Ducos S.
[30] E-03 MON
Using Triple Quadrupole ICP-MS for the Analysis of Trace Elements in Biological Systems
Vincent T., Kutscher D., McSheehy Ducos S.
[31] E-04 MON
Advantages of Flexible Auto-dilution Sample Introduction Solutions for ICP OES
Vincent T., Bartsch N., Asendorf S., Cassap M.
[32] E-05 MON
Determination of Elemental Area Densities in Multiple Metal Layers (Au/Ni/Cu) on a Cr-coated Quartz Substrate for Development of NMIJ CRM 5208-a
Ariga T., Zhu Y., Ito M., Takatsuka T., Terauchi S., Kurokawa A., Inagaki K.
[33] E-06 MON
Quantification of Trace Arsenic in Whole Blood by ICP-MS/MS
Shirataki J., Fujisaki K., Sakaguchi K., Sato N.
[34] E-07 MON
The icpTOF as a Versatile Tool for Elemental Analysis of Single Particles and for Fast Laser Ablation Imaging
Tanner M., Borovinskaya O., Bussweiler Y.
[35] E-08 MON
Identification the hepatotoxicity of thermostable direct hemolysin by using MALDI-TOF/TOF mass spectrometry and animal models
Lin Y.
[36] E-09 MON
Thermostable direct hemolysin of Grimontia hollisa causes nuclear toxicity of liver cells ? using recombine peptide sequence identified from the mass differences in the y-fragment ion series of MALDI TOF/TOF spectrum.
Lin Y.
[37] E-10 MON
Effect of Matrix Elements on the Signal Intensities of Analyte Elements in Axially-viewed ICP-AES Instruments
Fujimori E.
[38] E-11 MON
Distribution of Metallic Elements Between Tobacco Leaves and Mainstream Smoke
Uzuh F., Iwai T., Narukawa T., Chiba K.
[39] E-12 MON
Organic/inorganic mapping analysis system for skin-surface compounds using low power laser and non-thermal plasma
Aida M., Okamoto Y., Kohno S., Miyahara H., Okino A.
[40] E-13 MON
Intracellular Calcium Analysis of Single Human Cell using Droplet Injection ICP-OES/MS
Kohno S., Aida M., Miyake T., Iwai T., Shimada M., Miyahara H., Matsumoto Y., Chiba K., Aoi T., Okino A.
[41] E-14 MON
Influence of Surface Substrate on Atmospheric Plasma Soft Ablation Measurement
Okamoto Y., Aida M., Miyahara H., Iwai T., Chiba K., Okino A.
[42] E-15 MON
Trace oxygen and hydrogen determination in metal samples by low pressure DC glow discharge mass spectrometer
Takahashi T., Takahashi T.
[43] F-01 THU
Organ distribution and elemental imaging of inhaled Eu in mice
Shinohara A., Shinohara A., Matsukawa T., Hirata T., Makino Y., Chiba M., Yokoyama K.
[44] F-02 THU
Quantitative Analysis of Major and Trace Elements in Lead-Free Solder Chip by LA-ICP-MS
Ido K., Zhu Y., Obayashi H., Hirata T., Hokura A., Nonose N., Inagaki K.
[45] F-03 THU
Classification of Edible Salt Products Using Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy and Multivariate Data Analysis
Lee Y., Kim H., Han S., Ham K.
[46] F-04 THU
U-Pb dating of calcium carbonate using LA-MC-ICPMS
Yokoyama T., Saito-Kokubu Y., Mitsuguchi T., Murakami H., Hirata T., Sakata S., Danhara T., Iwano H., Maruyama S., Miyazaki T., Chang Q., Kimura J.
[47] F-05 THU
Elemental Analysis of Metal Particles in Meteorites using Soft Laser Ablation-ICP-MS Technique
Makino Y., Suzuki T., Hirata T.
[48] F-06 THU
Quantitative Analysis of Hazardous Elements in Plastics Using Laser Ablation-ICPMS
Obayashi H., Ohata M., Hirata T.
[50] F-08 THU
High spatially resolved analysis of coated materials by GD‐MS and LA‐ICP‐MS
Pisonero J., Fandiño J., Bouza M., Richter S., Jakubowski N., Gonzalez J., Quarles D., Sanz‐Medel S., Bordel N.
[51] F-09 THU
Imaging mass spectrometric analysis of Lithium in Mouse Kidney using LA‐ICP‐MS
Kuroki Y., Kuzuhara Y., Iio K., Makino Y., Hirata T., Honda K., Ikegawa M.
[52] F-10 THU
Femtogram Detection of Rare Earth Element Residues Using Laser Desorption and Laser Postionization Mass Spectrometry
Yin Z., Liu R., Hang W., Huang B.
[53] G-01 THU
Determination of Trace Levels of Uranium and Thorium in High Purity Gadolinium Sulfate Using ICP-MS
Ito S., Takaku Y., Ikeda M., Kishimoto Y.
[54] G-02 THU
Effective Removal of Isobaric Interferences on Strontium and Lead using Triple Quadrupole ICP-MS
Vincent T., Kutscher D., McSheehy Ducos S.
[55] G-03 THU
Behaviors of As, Se, Sb, Te, Cs, Tl and Bi on fractional crystallization in arc magma, Lonquimay volcano, Southern Volcanic Zone of the Andes
Orihashi Y., Takaku Y.
[56] G-04 THU
Distribution of Lead isotopes in the sea waters around Japan Island
Takaku Y.
[57] G-05 THU
Distribution of Trace elements in the sea waters around Japan Island
Takaku Y.
[58] G-06 THU
Copper isotopic fractionation during adsorption of Cu2+ ions on ferromanganese oxides
Ijichi Y., Ohno T., Sakata S.
[59] G-07 THU
Measurement of Stable Isotope 41K/39K Ratios by MC-ICP-MS
Lloyd N., Field M., Craig G., Watson P., Morgan L., Ramos D., Higgins J.
[60] G-08 THU
Origin of groundwater in Kumamoto city estimated? from multiple stable isotope proxies (B,Li,O,H)
Sugimoto N., Hosono T., Tanimizu M.
[61] G-09 THU
Determination of the geographical origin of a shallow marine product by Pb isotopic analysis
Tanimizu M., Umeda Y.
[62] G-10 THU
Analysis of radioactive iodine-129 by ICP-QQQ using MS/MS mode and an octopole reaction cell with axial acceleration
Shikamori Y., Nakano K., Sugiyama N., Honda M., Sakaguchi A., Sueki K.
[63] H-01 THU
Application of 10T ? Amplifier Technology for Boron Isotopic Analyses by Solution Mode and Laser Ablation MC-ICP-MS
Lloyd N., Sadekov A., Misra S.
[65] I-02 MON
Development of temperature controllable plasma for analysis of adhesive compounds on heat-sensitive substrate
Moriya S., Okamoto Y., Kawano H., Aida M., Mifune S., Iwai T., Miyahara H., Chiba K., Okino A.
[66] J-01 TUE
Determination of the isotopic composition and molar mass of an Avogadro crystal
Narukawa T., Kuramoto N., Fujii K.
[67] J-02 TUE
Determination of chromium, molybdenum and selenium in enteral nutritional emulsion by ICP-MS
Zeng L., Sun Y., Fan J., Huang T.
[68] J-03 TUE
Optimization of collision/reaction gases for determination of 90Sr in atmospheric particulate matter by inductively coupled plasma tandem mass spectrometry after direct introduction of air via a gas-exchange device
Suzuki Y., Ohara R., Matsunaga K.
[69] J-04 TUE
Determination of chlorine in organic fluorine compounds for industrial materials by ICP-QMS/QMS
Kobayashi Y., Igarashi A., Onishi H., Nakajima J., Oono M., Chikama K.
[70] J-05 TUE
Multi-element determination in populations of single cells by quadrupole ICP-MS
Kubota T., Yamanaka M.
[71] J-06 TUE
Investigation of ICP-MS/MS using oxygen or hydrogen as a reaction gas for interferance-free analysis of phosphorous in organic solvents
Mizobuchi K., Yamada N., Yukinari M.
[72] J-07 TUE
Direct determination of challenging trace rare earth elements in high purity lanthanide REE oxides using the 8900 ICP-QQQ
Song J., Yun Z., Zeng X., Hsu D., Sugiyama N.
[73] J-08 TUE
Potential Anthropogenic Pollution of Rare Earth Elements in River Water near Urban Area
Itoh A., Kodani T., Ono M., Nakano K., Fujimori E.
[74] J-09 TUE
Analysis of Heavy Metal Elements in Single Cell by ICP-MS Utilizing a Micro-droplet Injection and Desolvation System
Nishinobo T., Imamura Y., Kohno ., Aida M., Miyahara H., Okino A., Hokura A.
[75] J-10 TUE
Residual and elution amount of stable strontium and main inorganic elements during cooking of Japanese or Chinese noodles
Shindoh K., Hachinohe M., Hamamatsu S.
[76] J-11 TUE
Assessment of trace metals in natural gas, biogas and biomethane
Cachia M., Bouyssiere B., Carrier H., Caumette G., Garraud H., Hécho I.
[77] K-01 MON
Advanced software solutions for integrated elemental speciation
Vincent T., Wills J., Kutscher D., McSheehy Ducos S.
[78] K-02 MON
Real-time depth measurement in Glow Discharge Optical Emission Spectrometry via Differential Interferometric Profiling
Gaiaschi S., Richard S., Higa N., Fujimoto A., Tanaka S., Chapon P., Acher O.
[79] K-03 MON
Analysis of Organic Solvent Samples by Automatic Standard Addition Method using ASAS-ICP-MS/MS
Sakai K., Kobayashi R., Mizobuchi K., Yamanaka M.
[80] K-04 MON
Development of an Automatic pH Adjustment Instrument for Solid Phase Extraction Prior to the Analysis of Trace Elements
Zhu Y., Nishigori S., Shimura N., Nara T., Fujimori E.
[81] K-05 MON
Geographic effect on methylmercury levels in marine fish
Hanamachi Y., Takeuchi A., Noda A.
[82] K-06 MON
COMPOSITION OF RARE EARTH ELEMENTS IN AIRBORNE PARTICULATE MATTER IN TOKOROZAWA, SAITAMA, JAPAN
Honda M.
[83] K-07 MON
Combination imaging analyses of heavy and light elements by LA-ICP-MS and SIMS.
Itoh S.
[84] K-08 MON
Online Solid Phase Extraction with Isotope Dilution ICP Mass Spectrometry of Radioactive 90Sr and Its Application to Radioactive Waste Water in Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant
Odashima M., Furukawa M., Suzuki K., Takagai Y.
[85] K-09 MON
Analysis of diffusion behavior of additive elements in barium titanate by laser ablation ICP-MS
Sakate D., Iwazaki Y., Kon Y., Yokoyama T., Ohata M.
[86] K-10 MON
Application of Temperature Controllable High-power Pulsed Microplasma Jet for Direct Mass Analysis of Agricultural Chemicals
Iwai T., Mifune S., Aida M., Okamoto Y., Moriya S., Miyahara H., Chiba K., Okino A.
[87] K-11 MON
Characteristics of Liquid Electrode Plasma for Atomic Emission Spectrometry: Intensities of Gallium and Indium Influenced by Addition of Halide Ions
Tsuneki Y., Ido K., Hokura A.
[88] K-12 MON
ICP Detection Limits Versus Speed of Analysis
Kuroki Y., Asendorf S., Bartsch N., Cassap M.
[89] K-13 MON
Performance data for a new multi-collector ICP-MS with a multi-pole collision cell interference removal device
Zhao Y., Mills M., Gerard Y., Freedman P., Shaw P.
[90] K-14 MON
Interference-free Measurement of Trace Mercury in Tungsten-rich Cosmetic Sample using ICP-QQQ
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