Poster Presentations



Posters – Old Stones Room 17:00-18:00

Poster boards will be numbered as indicated below. Posters should be installed by 10:00 on Monday, August 8th in order to be eligible for prizes. They should be removed by 18:30 on Monday, August 8th. Three students will get cash prizes (of $150 to $250). All poster prizes will be handed out during the banquet. Student poster prizes are sponsored by CEM and by Queen’s University Faculty of Arts and Science.


Poster number, Presentation

1. (I003) NOVEL SEPARATIONS USING A MODIFIED WATER STATIONARY PHASE IN SFC. Emmanuel Nai, and Kevin Thurbide, University of Calgary, Canada.

2. (I012) DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF ELECTROCHEMICAL IMMUNOSENSOR FOR BRAIN-RELATED PROTEIN. Meaghan Tatobondung, William Wallace, Sanela Martic. Trent University, Canada.

3. (I020) PETROLEUM COKE SOURCED ACTIVATED CARBONS FOR THE ADSORPTION OF ARSENIC (V) IN ACIDIC WATERS. Kyle Fisher and Andrew Vreugdenhil, Trent University, Canada.

4. (I021) PURSUIT OF J-COUPLINGS ACROSS CHALCOGEN BONDS IN DONOR-ACCEPTOR COMPLEXES WITH 1,2,5-CHALCOGENDIAZOLES AND PSEUDOHALIDES. Carina Almario and David L. Bryce, University of Ottawa, Canada.

5. (I023) ENGINEERING OF MULTICOMPONENT COCRYSTALS AND ASSESSMENT BY SOLID-STATE NMR SPECTROSCOPY. Mahée Côté and David L. Bryce, University of Ottawa, Canada.

6. (I031) ESI-MS ANALYSIS OF GUEST-HOST COMPLEXES TOWARDS INHIBITING CRYSTALLIN AGGREGATION AND CATARACTS. Dev Seneviratne1, Dr. Ngong Kodiah Beyeh2, Sanela Martic1. 1Trent University, Canada. 2Oakland University, USA.

7. (I039) NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE STUDY OF A NOVEL TETREL BONDED COCRYSTAL. Sachin Nivantha Liyanage and David L. Bryce, University of Ottawa, Canada.

8. (I041) IR NANOSPECTROSCOPIC INVESTIGATION ON SOLVATION LAYERS ON NANOSTRUCTURED INTERFACES OF SELF-ASSEMBLED MONOLAYERS. Nafiseh Samiseresht, Petra Ebbinghaus, Anne Jakubek, Martin Rabe, Max-Planck-Institut für Eisenforschung GmbH (MPIE), Germany.

9. (I042) DO ENANTIOMERS GIVE IDENTICAL SOLID-STATE NMR SPECTRA? Audrey-Anne Lafrance, Manon Girard, and David L. Bryce, University of Ottawa, Canada.

10. (I046) HALOGEN BONDS CATALYZE METHYL GROUP ROTATIONS. Teodor Iftemie, Shubha Gunaga, and David L. Bryce, University of Ottawa, Canada.

11. (I073) MONITORING ELECTROCHEMICAL OXIDATION REACTION AND PRODUCT FORMATION FROM BULKY PHENOLS. Abigail Boon, Sanela Martic. Trent University, Canada.

12. (I069) ROLE OF GUANOSINE ON THE PHOTOPHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF CARBON DOTS. Nayomi Camilus1, Finlay Dingman Peterson1, Musonda Mitti1, Rafik Naccache2, Sanela Martic1*. 1Trent University, Canada. 2Concordia University, Canada.

13. (I078) IDENTIFICATION OF COPPER, IRON AND ZINC METALLOPROTEINS IN ERYTHROCYTE CYTOSOL BY SIZE-EXCLUSION CHROMATOGRAPHY– INDUCTIVELY COUPLED PLASMA ATOMIC EMISSION SPECTROSCOPY. Maryam Doroudian and Jürgen Gailer, University of Calgary, Canada.

14. (I063)COMPARISON OF MICROWAVE DIGESTION AND DRY-ASHING METHODS FOR TOTAL METAL ANALYSIS OF PINE NEEDLES COLLECTED FROM BUTTE, MONTANA. Catharina Venter, Kevin Hayes, James Walker, Caleb Marx, Gwen O’Sullivan2 and Nausheen Sadiq. Mount Royal University, Canada.

15. (I119) FORENSIC ANALYSIS FOR SEX IDENTIFICATION OF CHILD HAIR USING ELECTROTHERMAL VAPORIZATION COUPLED TO INDUCTIVELY COUPLED PLASMA OPTICAL EMISSION SPECTROMETRY (ETV-ICP-OES). Emilie Brossier, Yangyang Wang, Diane Beauchemin, Queen’s University, Canada.

16. (I143) COMPARISON OF LOW VOLUME INJECTION TO MORE CONVENTIONAL SAMPLE INTRODUCTION IN INDUCTIVELY COUPLED PLASMA MASS SPECTROMETRY FOR ITS EFFECT ON OXIDE FORMATION AND MATRIX EFFECTS. Graham Shearing, Michael G.A. Trolio, Diane Beauchemin. Queen’s University, Canada.

17. (I054) PROBING THE FORMATION OF TOXICOLOGICALLY RELEVANT CD-CYSTEINE AND CD-HOMOCYSTEINE COMPLEXES BY HPLC-FAAS, Amanda Gomez, Astha Gautam, and Jürgen Gailer, University of Calgary, Canada

18. (I089) BIO-ACCESSIBILITY STUDIES OF BLACK SOLDIER FLY LARVAE USING ON-LINE CONTINUOUS LEACHING METHOD COUPLED WITH INDUCTIVELY COUPLD PLASMA MASS SPECTROMETRY. Qiqi Zhang1, Cameron Pytyck1, Zoltan Mester2, Diane Beauchemin1. 1Queen’s University, Canada; 2National Research Council of Canada.

19. (I147) NANO-GOLD OF VARIED SIZE AND COMPOSITION: A THEORETICAL X-RAY SPECTROSCOPY ANALYSIS, Lydia Zhang, Peng Zhang, Michael Ha, Dalhousie University, Canada

20. (I061) POLY-SYNCHRONOUS SOLVENT-BASED SOLID-PHASE NANOEXTRACTION - APPLICATIONS FOR MASS SPECTROMETRY IMAGING. Malek Hassan, Jian Yu, Huidong Wang, and Richard Oleschuk. Queen’s University, Canada.

21. (I144)SINGLE SPOT ANALYSIS OF PARAFFIN-EMBEDDED TISSUE SECTIONS USING LIQUID MICROJUNCTION SAMPLING PROBE (LMJ-SSP) MASS SPECTROMETRY (MS). Haidy Metwally, Malek Hassan, Jessie Deng, and Richard Oleschuk, Queen’s University, Canada.

22. (I154) APPLICATION OF HIGH-REOLUTION ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES FOR DETECTION OF PFAS IN COMMERCIAL PRODUCTS. Taylor Vereecken, David Patch, Natalia O’Connor, Iris Koch, Kela Weber, Royal Military College of Canada.

18:00 Refresh and walk to Crawford Wharf – 1 Brock St.

18:30 Boarding for sunset dinner cruise – ticket required

19:00-22:00 Sunset dinner cruise