Issue Date: January 10, 2011
ACS Award In Analytical Chemistry
Christie G. Enke describes himself as a “latecomer” to mass spectrometry. But that didn’t stop him from inventing one of the field’s most widely used techniques—triple quadrupole mass spectrometry. In recognition of this and other contributions, Enke, 77, who is an emeritus professor of chemistry at both the University of New Mexico and Michigan State University, is being honored.
One of Enke’s most important contributions is his discovery in the late 1970s of low-energy collision-induced . . .
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