The VI AMMCS International Conference

Waterloo, Ontario, Canada | August 14-18, 2023

Minisymposium (ID: SS-MAAC )

Modeling and analysis in analytical chemistry

Arun Moorthy (National Institute of Standards & Technology, USA) and Wesley Burr (Trent University)

The central goal in analytical chemistry is to accurately characterize material composition. This can mean conceptually straight-forward problems like determining whether a white-powder is compound X, through to more involved problems like determining the precise quantity of a trace contaminant in a complex mixture. The wide application space means that analytical chemists develop and use a wide variety of tools in their work--from simple balances through to coupled systems of parallel and sequential chromatography and mass spectrometry. However, as with any measurement tool, accurate interpretation of the collected data can prove challenging in real-world applications. In this session, we will explore the current state-of-the-art in measurement and uncertainty quantification for various analytical chemistry tools used for compound identification, identify emerging applications of analytical chemistry tools, and look forward to opportunities for using cutting edge mathematical and computational techniques to improve outcomes in analytical chemistry.

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