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Characterization and utilization of a novel triflate ionic liquid stationary phase for use in comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography

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Characterization and utilization of a novel triflate ionic liquid stationary phase for use in comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography
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  Iowa State University  Digital Repository @ Iowa State University  Graduate eses and DissertationsGraduate College2009 Ionic liquids: MALDI-MS matrices and gaschromatography stationary phases  Jefrey Aaron Crank   Iowa State University Follow this and additional works at:hp://lib.dr.iastate.edu/etdPart of theChemistry Commons is Dissertation is brought to you for free and open access by the Graduate College at Digital Repository @ Iowa State University. It has been acceptedfor inclusion in Graduate eses and Dissertations by an authorized administrator of Digital Repository @ Iowa State University. For moreinformation, please contacthinefuku@iastate.edu. Recommended Citation Crank, Jerey Aaron, "Ionic liquids: MALDI-MS matrices and gas chromatography stationary phases" (2009). Graduate heses and  Dissertations. Paper 10615.   Ionic liquids: MALDI-MS matrices and gas chromatography stationary phases By Jeffrey Aaron Crank A dissertation submitted to the graduate faculty in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY Major: Analytical Chemistry Program of Study Committee Daniel W. Armstrong, Co-major Professor Victor Shang-Yi Lin, Co-major Professor Robert S. Houk Nicola L. Pohl Hans Stauffer Iowa State University Ames, Iowa 2009 Copyright Jeffrey Aaron Crank, 2009 All rights reserved.   ii This thesis is dedicated: To Deborah Crank for her unwavering support and love during the good and bad times of my graduate career. To Wayne and Erma Crank for inspiration to succeed and to Greg and Caryl Crank for support and giving me the strength to persevere.   iii Table of Contents ACKNOWLEDGMENTS  v CHAPTER 1 GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1 Ionic liquids   1 Ionic liquids and MALDI 2 Ionic liquids as gas chromatography stationary phases 3 References 6 CHAPTER 2 TOWARDS A SECOND GENERATION OF 8 IONIC LIQUID MATRICES (ILM’S) FOR MALDI-MS OF PEPTIDES, PROTEINS, AND CARBOHYDRATES Abstract 8 Introduction 9 Experimental 11 Results and discussion 14 Conclusions 27 Acknowledgements 27 References 27 Tables 35 Figures 39 Supplemental information 44 CHAPTER 3 EFFECTIVE MS ANALYSIS OF 51 BIODEGRADABLE POLYMERS WITH SECOND GENERATION IONIC LIQUID MALDI MATRICES   Abstract 51 Introduction 52 Experimental 54 Results and discussion 58 Conclusions 67 References 67 Tables and figures 70   iv Supplemental information 85 CHAPTER 4 RAPID DETERMINATION OF COMPLEX 115 MIXTURES BY DUAL-COLUMN GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY WITH A NOVEL STATIONARY PHASE COMBINATION AND SPECTROMETRIC DETECTION Abstract 115 Introduction 116 Experimental 121 Results and discussion 125 Conclusions 134 Acknowledgements 136 References 136 Figures and Tables 141 CHAPTER 5 CHARACTERIZATION AND UTILIZATION OF 151 A NOVEL TRIFLATE IONIC LIQUID STATIONARY PHASE FOR USE IN COMPREHENSIVE TWO-DIMENSIONAL GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY Abstract 151 Introduction 152 Experimental 154 Results and discussion 157 Conclusions 164 Acknowledgements 165 References 165 Figures and tables 167 CHAPTER 6  GENERAL CONCLUSIONS 174
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