About NJ-ACS MTG
The mission of the North Jersey American Chemical Society Materials Topical Group (NJACS MTG) is to connect scientists from academia, chemical and pharmaceutical companies in materials science and encourage collaboration, networking, career development, and learning.
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Nov 14 2016 – MTG at EAS: Polymer Analysis and Characterization
The NJ ACS Materials Topical Group is happy to announce that we are sponsoring the “Industrial Applications of Polymer Analysis and Characterization” technical session at the Eastern Analytical Symposium and Exhibition.
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EAS takes place this year on November 14-16 in Somerset, NJ – Register before Oct. 15th for discounted rates.
It’s not too late to Submit a poster abstract – the deadline is Sept. 12th.
We hope to see you there!
Monday, November 14, 2016
Industrial Applications of Polymer Analysis and Characterization
Sponsored by NJ-ACS Materials Topical Group
Chair: Sandra Ferris, Dow Chemical Company
|9:00||An Integrated Analytical Approach to Solving Complex Polymer Problems||Scott Hanton, Menas Vratsanos, Dale Willcox, Intertek|
|9:30||Characterization of Surfactants Used for Emulsion Polymerization Using Liquid Chromatography Mass Spectrometry (LC-MS)||Christie Bowden, Arkema|
|10:20||Analysis for Low Level Polymeric Components Utilizing Pyrolysis-GC-MS||Jocelyn White, Dow Chemical Company|
|10:50||Applications of Coupled Rheology-FTIR to Polymer Analysis||Dana Garcia, Sara Reynaud, Zeena Cherian, Mark Lavach, Chuck Crabb, Robert Barsotti, Florence Mehlmann, Francesca Devito, Fabian Meyer, Arkema|
|11:20||Chemical Analysis in Packaging Development and Redesign||Alan Sentman, Polymer Solutions|
Jun 20 2016 – Formation of NJACS-MTG
NJ-ACS Launches its Material Sciences Topical Group
Welcome to the newly formed NJ-ACS Materials Topical Group webpage! We are excited to have the opportunity to start this group as a place for material scientists to learn and network. Check back soon for upcoming events!