Vincent J. Angelico, Ph.D.

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2002 University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 
Area:
Bioanalytical Mass Spectrometry/Peptide and Protein Sequencing/ Ion-Surface Collisions/Large Protein-Protein Complexes/Biodefense/Proteomics
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Vicki H. Wysocki grad student 2002 University of Arizona
 (The development of a mass spectrometry-based technique that uses low energy ion -surface collisions to characterize surfaces.)
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Angelico VJ, Mitchell SA, Wysocki VH. (2000) Low-energy ion--surface reactions of pyrazine with two classes of self-assembled monolayers: influence of alkyl chain orientation Analytical Chemistry. 72: 2603-8
Angelico VJ, Mitchell SA, Wysocki VH. (2000) Low-energy ion-surface reactions of pyrazine with two classes of self- assembled monolayers: Influence of alkyl chain orientation Analytical Chemistry. 72: 2603-2608
Kane TE, Angelico VJ, Wysocki VH. (1997) Neutralization of polyatomic ions at self-assembled monolayer surfaces before and after electrodeposition of poly(phenylene oxide) Langmuir. 13: 6722-6725
Kane TE, Angelico VJ, Wysocki VH. (1994) Use of condensation figures to image low-energy ion beam damage of monolayer films. [Erratum to document cited in CA121:239123] Analytical Chemistry. 66: 1019-1019
Kane TE, Angelico VJ, Wysocki VH. (1994) Use of condensation figures to image low-energy ion beam damage of monolayer films Analytical Chemistry. 66: 3733-3736
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