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Gregory A. Cutter
Old Dominion University,   4600 Elkhorn Ave,   Norfolk, VA 23529, USA
+1 757-683-4929
+1 757-683-5303
Gregory A. Cutter
Chemical Oceanography
  • Processes affecting trace element speciation and distributions in natural waters and sediments;
  • air-sea transport and exchange of gases and trace elements;
  • paleoceanographic tracers;
  • analytical methods for aquatic chemistry;
  • computer modeling of geochemical processes.
  • Varian atomic absorption spectrometer equipped for hydride generation analyses
  • Two Buck 210 VGP atomic absorption spectrometer
  • 2 Hewlett-Packard gas chromatographs with flame photometric detectors and associated gas strippers for the determination of ultra-trace sulfur gases
  • 2 HNU gas chromatographs with photoionization detectors interfaced with purge and trap systems for the determinations of arsenic and antimony
  • Carlo Erba ANA 1500 Carbon, Nitorgen, and Sulfur Elemental Analyzer with autosampler;
  • Alpkem Rapid Flow Analyzer for multichannel nutrient determinations
  • Dionex DX-100 ion chromatograph
  • Computer-based chromatographic integrators
  • Class-100 clean lab with quartz, sub-boiling still
  • Standard lab equipment (balances, pH meters, ovens, etc.)

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