Christie G. Enke

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Christie G. Enke
Born July 8, 1933
Minneapolis, MN
Residence United States
Nationality United States
Fields Chemist
Institutions Princeton University
Michigan State University
University of New Mexico
Alma mater Principia College
University of Illinois
Doctoral advisor Herbert August Laitinen
Doctoral students 69
Known for Electrospray ionization
Mass Spectrometry
chemical instrumentation

Christie G. Enke is a United States academic chemist.

External video
Chris Enke, on the Triple Quadrupole breakthrough discovery: "It's a really interesting story because ... one man's noise is another man's answer.", Chemical Heritage Foundation

Early life and education[edit]

Research interests[edit]

  • MS Instrumentation
  • Fundamental Considerations in Electrospray Ionization
  • Concentration Distribution of Complex Mixtures
  • Philosophy of Science, Epistemology

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