2017 - Fellow, National Academy of Inventors
2011 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
1998 - Fellow of Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
His primary scientific interests are in Mass spectrometry, Ion, Analytical chemistry, Ion-mobility spectrometry and Electrospray ionization. His work deals with themes such as Biomolecule, Dissociation and Atomic physics, which intersect with Mass spectrometry. His Ion research includes themes of Crystallography and Conformational isomerism.
His Analytical chemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Range, Ion source and Peptide. His Ion-mobility spectrometry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Proteome, Ion chromatography, Sample preparation in mass spectrometry, Ion-mobility spectrometry–mass spectrometry and Glycan. The concepts of his Electrospray ionization study are interwoven with issues in Folding, Biochemistry, Ionization and Resolution.
His main research concerns Mass spectrometry, Ion, Analytical chemistry, Ion-mobility spectrometry and Crystallography. His Mass spectrometry study introduces a deeper knowledge of Chromatography. His work on Drift tube as part of general Ion research is frequently linked to Gas phase, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His studies deal with areas such as Chemical physics and Ionization as well as Analytical chemistry. His Ion-mobility spectrometry research includes themes of Range, Ion-mobility spectrometry–mass spectrometry, Molecule, Glycan and Collision-induced dissociation. His work deals with themes such as Covalent bond, Protonation, Molecular model, Metal and Aqueous solution, which intersect with Crystallography.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Mass spectrometry, Ion-mobility spectrometry, Ion, Crystallography and Electrospray ionization. His Mass spectrometry research includes elements of Dissociation and Glycan. His work investigates the relationship between Ion-mobility spectrometry and topics such as Folding that intersect with problems in Protein folding and Propanol.
David E. Clemmer combines subjects such as Atomic physics, Molecule, Isomerization and Peptide with his study of Ion. His research in Crystallography intersects with topics in Conformational isomerism, Protonation and Tetramer. His work in the fields of Infrared spectroscopy overlaps with other areas such as Ubiquitin.
His primary areas of investigation include Mass spectrometry, Ion-mobility spectrometry, Ion, Analytical chemistry and Crystallography. His primary area of study in Mass spectrometry is in the field of Electrospray ionization. His work carried out in the field of Ion-mobility spectrometry brings together such families of science as Collision-induced dissociation and Glycan.
David E. Clemmer has researched Ion in several fields, including Inorganic chemistry, Molecule, Isomerization and Ammonium. David E. Clemmer combines topics linked to Dissociation with his work on Analytical chemistry. His research integrates issues of Protein structure, Conformational isomerism, Protonation and Polyproline helix in his study of Crystallography.
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Ion Mobility Measurements and their Applications to Clusters and Biomolecules
David E. Clemmer;Martin F. Jarrold.
Journal of Mass Spectrometry (1997)
NAKED PROTEIN CONFORMATIONS : CYTOCHROME C IN THE GAS PHASE
David E. Clemmer;Robert R. Hudgins;Martin F. Jarrold.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1995)
PROTEIN STRUCTURE IN VACUO : GAS-PHASE CONFORMATIONS OF BPTI AND CYTOCHROME C
Konstantin B. Shelimov;David E. Clemmer;Robert R. Hudgins;Martin F. Jarrold.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1997)
Biomolecule Analysis by Ion Mobility Spectrometry
Brian C. Bohrer;Samuel I. Merenbloom;Stormy L. Koeniger;Amy E. Hilderbrand.
Reviews in Analytical Chemistry (2008)
Three-Dimensional Ion Mobility/TOFMS Analysis of Electrosprayed Biomolecules
Cherokee S. Hoaglund;Stephen J. Valentine;C. Ray Sporleder;and James P. Reilly.
Analytical Chemistry (1998)
Anhydrous Protein Ions
Cherokee S. Hoaglund-Hyzer;and Anne E. Counterman;David E. Clemmer.
Chemical Reviews (1999)
High-resolution ion mobility measurements
Ph. Dugourd;R. R. Hudgins;D. E. Clemmer;M. F. Jarrold.
Review of Scientific Instruments (1997)
Activation of hydrogen and methane by thermalized FeO+ in the gas phase as studied by multiple mass spectrometric techniques
Detlef Schröder;Helmut Schwarz;David E. Clemmer;Yumin Chen.
International Journal of Mass Spectrometry and Ion Processes (1997)
Sequential bond energies of chromium carbonyls (Cr(CO)x+, x = 1-6)
Farooq A. Khan;D. E. Clemmer;Richard H. Schultz;P. B. Armentrout.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1993)
Disulfide-Intact and -Reduced Lysozyme in the Gas Phase: Conformations and Pathways of Folding and Unfolding
Stephen J. Valentine;Jennifer G. Anderson;and Andrew D. Ellington;David E. Clemmer.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (1997)
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