2016 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Her primary areas of study are Mass spectrometry, Ion, Photochemistry, Analytical chemistry and Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Inorganic chemistry, Ionization and Asphaltene. Her work in the fields of Ion, such as Mass spectrum, overlaps with other areas such as Internal energy.
Hilkka I. Kenttämaa interconnects Radical ion, Reactivity, Molecule, Dissociation and Radical in the investigation of issues within Photochemistry. The Analytical chemistry study which covers Chemical ionization that intersects with Electron ionization. Her research investigates the connection with Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance and areas like Fourier transform spectroscopy which intersect with concerns in Alkane.
Hilkka I. Kenttämaa mainly investigates Mass spectrometry, Photochemistry, Ion, Analytical chemistry and Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance. Her Mass spectrometry study incorporates themes from Protonation and Organic chemistry, Dissociation. The study incorporates disciplines such as Radical ion, Distonic ion, Reactivity and Hydrogen atom abstraction, Radical in addition to Photochemistry.
Her Radical research also works with subjects such as
Hilkka I. Kenttämaa spends much of her time researching Mass spectrometry, Dissociation, Quadrupole ion trap, Protonation and Photochemistry. Her study on Mass spectrometry is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Ionization. Organic chemistry covers she research in Dissociation.
The various areas that Hilkka I. Kenttämaa examines in her Quadrupole ion trap study include Orbitrap, Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance and Electrospray ionization. Her Photochemistry research includes elements of Triplet state, Glycosidic bond, Reactivity, Singlet state and Substituent. Her research in Ion intersects with topics in High-performance liquid chromatography and Molecule.
Her primary areas of investigation include Mass spectrometry, Dissociation, Analytical chemistry, Ion and Quadrupole ion trap. Mass spectrometry is a subfield of Chromatography that she tackles. The subject of her Dissociation research is within the realm of Organic chemistry.
Her study looks at the intersection of Analytical chemistry and topics like Electron ionization with Jet fuel, Alkylbenzenes and Gas chromatography. Her Ion research focuses on subjects like Orbitrap, which are linked to Carboxylic acid, Double bond and Asphaltene. Her work investigates the relationship between Tandem mass spectrometry and topics such as Elution that intersect with problems in Molecule.
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A synergistic biorefinery based on catalytic conversion of lignin prior to cellulose starting from lignocellulosic biomass
Trenton Parsell;Sara Yohe;John Degenstein;Tiffany Jarrell.
Green Chemistry (2015)
Ion-molecule reactions of distonic radical cations
Krista M. Stirk;L. K. Marjatta Kiminkinen;Hilkka I. Kenttamaa.
Chemical Reviews (1992)
Cleavage and hydrodeoxygenation (HDO) of C–O bonds relevant to lignin conversion using Pd/Zn synergistic catalysis
Trenton H. Parsell;Benjamin C. Owen;Ian Klein;Tiffany M. Jarrell.
Chemical Science (2013)
Internal energy distributions of isolated ions after activation by various methods
Vicki H. Wysocki;Hilkka I. Kenttämaa;R.Graham Cooks.
International Journal of Mass Spectrometry and Ion Processes (1987)
Total Utilization of Miscanthus Biomass, Lignin and Carbohydrates, Using Earth Abundant Nickel Catalyst
Hao Luo;Ian M. Klein;Yuan Jiang;Hanyu Zhu.
ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering (2016)
Internal energy distributions acquired through collisional activation at low and high energies
Hilkka I. Kenttämaa;R.Graham Cooks.
International Journal of Mass Spectrometry and Ion Processes (1985)
Analysis of Asphaltenes and Asphaltene Model Compounds by Laser-Induced Acoustic Desorption/Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometry
David S. Pinkston;Penggao Duan;Vanessa A. Gallardo;Steven C. Habicht.
Energy & Fuels (2009)
The identification of distonic radical cations on the basis of a reaction with dimethyl disulfide
Krista M. Stirk;Joseph C. Orlowski;Diane T. Leeck;H. I. Kenttamaa.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1992)
Molecular Structures of Asphaltenes Based on the Dissociation Reactions of Their Ions in Mass Spectrometry
David Borton;David S. Pinkston;Matthew R. Hurt;Xiaoli Tan.
Energy & Fuels (2010)
Energy deposition in [Fe(CO)5]+˙ upon collision with a metal surface
Michael J. DeKrey;Hilkka I. Kenttämaa;Vicki H. Wysocki;R. G. Cooks.
Journal of Mass Spectrometry (1986)
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