Monthly Archives: July 2016

HPLC Problems

At the end of last week my HPLC data was not looking so great. Instead of the nice straight baseline I wanted I had a very messy baseline. So on Monday we tried to figure out what was wrong by … Continue reading

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A week of odd jobs and shopping

This week has been fairly uneventful and feels like it has been mostly shopping. A new power system is going to be put into ARTEMIS in the near future, which should be a large step forward in the effort to … Continue reading

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Adams Farm and More!

I had another energizing week doing research with Deanna and the crew. I did not not anticipate going back out to Adam’s Farm again but it was for the best that I was out there testing out the MAXDOAS. Not … Continue reading

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The ICP Turns On!!!

After many years of the ICP (inductively coupled plasma) not working we were able to turn on the plasma this thursday. Someone from the ICP company came in and fixed it. One of the many problems with this instrument was … Continue reading

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Back at Adams Farm

This week we took ARTEMIS to Adams Farm and I got experience with actually packing up the trailer for a distance further than Briggs. The week has been focused on ways to improve the long term viability of the trailer … Continue reading

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