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Robyn Hannigan
Associate Professor
Arkansas State University,
Department of Chemistry,
PO Box 419,
State University,
AR 72467, USA

Robyn Hannigan
My interests span several disciplines but center on analytical chemistry.  Specifically I am interested in the development of analytical techniques and instrumentation for the detection of organometals in biological matrices.  I am keenly interested in hyphenated techniques such as GC-ICP-MS and the development of laser ablation sample introduction for organometals speciation by GC-ICP-MS and organo-identification by laser ablation GC-MS and GC-NCD.  Current research includes the development of chemical agent detection systems, application of laser ablation ICP-MS to the study of the cell cycle, and the burgeoning field of metallomics.
  • Dynamic Reaction Cell DRCII ICP-MS (Perkin Elmer)
  • LSX 213, 266(2) laser ablation systems (Cetac Technologies)
  • Clarus 500 GC-MS
  • Clarus 500 GC-FID-NCD-SCD
  • Clarus 500 – DRCII GC-ICP-MS system with custom heated transfer line
  • Varian Saturn GC-MS
  • Dionex 120 IC (2)
  • Dionex 600 HPLC (fluorescence, UV-vis, photodiode array)
  • Head Space GC-MS (Perkin Elmer Turbomatrix)

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