A Multiple-Ion Membrane Inlet Mass Spectrometer

  • Hillier, Warwick (PI)
  • Atkin, Owen (CoI)
  • Badger, Murray (CoI)
  • Evans, John (CoI)
  • Farquhar, Graham (CoI)
  • Pace, Ronald (CoI)
  • Price, Dean (CoI)
  • Whitney, Spencer (CoI)
  • Wydrzynski, Thomas (CoI)
  • von Caemmerer, Susanne (CoI)

    Project: Research

    Project Details


    A multiple-ion isotope ratio mass spectrometer will be employed to study multidisciplinary scientific questions spanning isolated reactions through to biochemistry of whole plants. Use of stable isotopes and mass spectrometry provides a powerful approach to determine reaction rates in complex biological and chemical systems. Accurate simultaneous measurement of multiple species (ions) enables users to use stable isotopes to disentangling a network of competing biological processes. Our studies will identify reaction fluxes, isotope ratios and isotope exchange rates. These findings will pave the way for innovative and long-term research programs that foster creative exploration of important questions in chemistry and biology.
    Effective start/end date1/01/0931/12/09


    • Australian Research Council (ARC): A$150,000.00
    • Australian National University (ANU): A$63,488.00
    • Australian National University (ANU): A$45,000.00


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