2014 - Fellow, National Academy of Inventors
2013 - Fellow of the American Chemical Society
2003 - Chirality Medal, Società Chimica Italiana United States
Daniel W. Armstrong mainly investigates Chromatography, Enantiomer, Ionic liquid, Organic chemistry and Cyclodextrin. His Chromatography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Selectivity and Phase. His work deals with themes such as Amino acid, Amine gas treating, Enantioselective synthesis and Stereoisomerism, which intersect with Enantiomer.
Daniel W. Armstrong combines subjects such as Inorganic chemistry, Solvation, Gas chromatography, Analytical chemistry and Thermal stability with his study of Ionic liquid. His Organic chemistry research includes themes of Membrane and Drug. His Cyclodextrin research integrates issues from Diastereomer, Structural isomer, Chromatographic separation, Resolution and Aqueous solution.
His primary areas of investigation include Chromatography, Enantiomer, Organic chemistry, High-performance liquid chromatography and Analytical chemistry. Daniel W. Armstrong has researched Chromatography in several fields, including Selectivity and Phase. His Enantiomer research incorporates themes from Amino acid, Elution, Enantioselective synthesis and Resolution.
His work on Chiral column chromatography, Reversed-phase chromatography and Derivatization as part of general High-performance liquid chromatography study is frequently linked to Teicoplanin, bridging the gap between disciplines. In most of his Analytical chemistry studies, his work intersects topics such as Ion. His research in Gas chromatography tackles topics such as Ionic liquid which are related to areas like Solvation and Thermal stability.
Daniel W. Armstrong spends much of his time researching Chromatography, Enantiomer, High-performance liquid chromatography, Analytical chemistry and Organic chemistry. His Chromatography study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Selectivity and Phase. His Enantiomer study combines topics in areas such as Mass spectrometry, Elution, Stereoisomerism and Cyclodextrin.
His High-performance liquid chromatography research includes elements of Amino acid, Detection limit, Capillary electrophoresis and Analyte. In his work, Hydrophilic interaction chromatography is strongly intertwined with Porosity, which is a subfield of Analytical chemistry. His study on Organic chemistry is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Glycopeptide.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Chromatography, Enantiomer, Analytical chemistry, Selectivity and Phase. His Chromatography study frequently involves adjacent topics like Stereoisomerism. The concepts of his Enantiomer study are interwoven with issues in Capillary electrophoresis, Isopropyl, Hydrogen bond, Cyclodextrin and Atropisomer.
His research investigates the link between Cyclodextrin and topics such as Core shell that cross with problems in Mass spectrometry. His Analytical chemistry study incorporates themes from Ultrashort pulse, Porosity and Volumetric flow rate. Selectivity is a subfield of Organic chemistry that Daniel W. Armstrong tackles.
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Characterizing ionic liquids on the basis of multiple solvation interactions.
Jared L. Anderson;Jie Ding;Thomas Welton;Daniel W. Armstrong.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2002)
Ionic liquids in separations.
Xinxin Han;Daniel W. Armstrong.
Accounts of Chemical Research (2007)
Examination of ionic liquids and their interaction with molecules, when used as stationary phases in gas chromatography.
Daniel W. Armstrong;Lingfeng He;Yan Song Liu.
Analytical Chemistry (1999)
Macrocyclic Antibiotics as a New Class of Chiral Selectors for Liquid Chromatography
Daniel W. Armstrong;Yubing. Tang;Shushi. Chen;Yiwen. Zhou.
Analytical Chemistry (1994)
Structure and Properties of High Stability Geminal Dicationic Ionic Liquids
Jared L. Anderson;Rongfang Ding;and Arkady Ellern;Daniel W. Armstrong.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2005)
Ionic liquids in analytical chemistry.
Ping Sun;Daniel W. Armstrong.
Analytica Chimica Acta (2010)
Separation of drug stereoisomers by the formation of beta-cyclodextrin inclusion complexes.
DW Armstrong;TJ Ward;RD Armstrong;TE Beesley.
Ionic Liquids in Analytical Chemistry
Jared L. Anderson;Daniel W. Armstrong;Guor Tzo Wei.
Analytical Chemistry (2006)
Solvent properties of the 1-butyl-3-methylimidazolium hexafluorophosphate ionic liquid
S. Carda-Broch;A. Berthod;A. Berthod;Daniel W Armstrong.
Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry (2003)
High-stability ionic liquids. A new class of stationary phases for gas chromatography.
Jared L. Anderson;Daniel W. Armstrong.
Analytical Chemistry (2003)
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