Gary Hieftje

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Indiana University, 800 E. Kirkwood Avenue, Bloomington, IN 47405
Phone: 812 855 2189, Fax: 812 855 0958, Email

Book Chapters

  1. Hieftje, G.M. and Horllck, G., Correlation Methods in Chemical Data Measurement inContemporary Topics in Analytical and Clinical Chemistry. D.M. Hercules, G.M. Hieftje, L.R. Snyder, and M.A. Evenson, Editor, Plenum Press:New York (1978), 153-216.

  2. Haugen, G.R., Ramsey, J.M., and Hieftje, G.M., New Laser-Based Methods for the Measurement of Transient Chemical Events inNew Applications of Lasers to Chemistry. (ACS Symposium Series), American Chemical Society:Washington, D.C. (1978), 118-125.

  3. Hieftje, G.M. and Vogelstein, E.E., A Linear Response Theory Approach to Time-Resolved Fluorometry inModern Fluorescence Spectroscopy. E. Wehry, Editor, Plenum Press:New York (1981), 25-50.

  4. Zander, A.T. and Hieftje, G.M., Operational Characteristics of a Helium Microwave Induced Plasma at Atmospheric Pressure inDevelopment in Atomic Plasma Spectrochemistry. R.M. Barnes, Editor, Hayden and Sons:Rochelle Park, NJ (1982), 209-216.

  5. Ramsey, J.M. and Hieftje, G.M., Signal-to-Noise Considerations in Fluctuation Analysis Spectroscopic Techniques inNew Directions in Molecular Luminescence. D. Eastwood, Editor, ASTM Publication 822:Philadelphia, PA (1983), 82-100.

  6. Mills, J.W., Carr, J.W., Rayson, G.D., Huang, M., Marshall, K.A., and Hieftje, G.M., Energy Transport and Analyte Excitation, inThe ICP in Analytical Chemistry in the Exploration, Mining and Processing of Materials. L.R.P. Butler, Editor, Blackwell Scientific Publications (1986), 15-24.

  7. Hieftje, G.M. and Boumans, P.W.J.M., Torches for Inductively Coupled Plasmas, inInductively Coupled Plasma Emission Spectrometry--Part 1:  Methodology, Instrumentation and Performance. P.W.J.M. Boumans, Editor, Wiley (1987), 258-295.

  8. Bright, F.V., Monnig, C.A., and Hieftje, G.M., A New Fiber-Optic-Based Phase-Resolved Phosphorescence Spectrometer inAdvances in Multidimensional Luminescence. I.M. Warner, Editor, JAI Press, Inc. (1991), 131-.

  9. Hieftje, G.M., Induction-Coupled Plasmas, inAnalytical Atomic Spectroscopy. J.A. Holcombe, Editor, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. (1987).

  10. Wyatt, W.A., Bright, F.V., and Hieftje, G.M., Characterization and Comparison of Three Fiber-Optic Sensors for Iodine Determination Based on Dynamic Fluorescence Quenching of Rhodamine 6G in45 Years of the Greatest Science on Earth.

  11. Hieftje, G.M., Foreword, inInductively Coupled Plasmas in Analytical Atomic Spectrometry. A. Montaser and  D.W. Golightly, Editor, VCH Publishers, Inc.:New York (1997).

  12. Hieftje, G.M., Instrumentation Applications - Introduction to Atomic Spectroscopy, inEncyclopedia of Analytical Chemistry. R.A. Meyers, Editor, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.:Sussex, United Kingdom (2000), 9357-9361.

  13. Myers, D.P., Ray, S.J., and Hieftje, G.M., Inorganic Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry, inInorganic Mass Spectrometry:  Fundamentals and Applications. C.M. Barshick, D.C. Duckworth, and D.H. Smith, Editor, Marcel Dekker:New York, NY (2000), 447-505.

  14. Ray, S.J., Myers, D.P., Leach, A.M., Guzowski, J., J.P., and Hieftje, G.M., Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry with Atomic Ion Sources inAdvances in Mass Spectrometry. E. Gelpi, Editor, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.:New York, NY (2001), 61-85.

  15. Ray, S.J., Guzowski, J., J.P., Leach, A.M., McClenathan, D.M., Solyom, D.A., Wetzel, W.C., Gron, O.A., and Hieftje, G.M., All the Ions All the Time:  Dream or Reality? , inPlasma Source Mass Spectrometry: The New Millennium. J.G. Holland and  S.D. Tanner, Editor, Royal Society of Chemistry:Durham, England (2001), 76-89.

  16. Guzowski, J., J.P. and Hieftje, G.M., Multidimensional Ionization Sources for Plasma-Source Mass Spectrometry, inGlow Discharge Plasmas in Analytical Spectroscopy. R.K. Marcus and  J.A.C. Broekaert, Editor, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.:New York. NY (2003), 435-468.

  17. Leach, A.M., McClenathan, D.M., and Hieftje, G.M., Plasma Source Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry:  A Powerful Tool for Elemental Speciation, inHandbook of Elemental Speciation. R. Cornelis, J. Caruso, H. Crews, and K. Heumann, Editor, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. (2003), 313-333.

  18. Hieftje, G.M., Introduction:  A Forward-Looking Perspective, inInductively Coupled Plasma Spectrometry and its Applications. S. Hill, Editor, Blackwell Publishing Ltd. (2007), 1-26.

  19. Enke, C.G., Ray, S.J., Graham, W.G., Dennis, E.A., Carado, A.J., Barinaga, C.J., Koppenaal, D.W., and Hieftje, G.M., Distance-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry:  A New Paradigm for Mass Separation and Detection, inAnnual Review of Analytical Chemistry. R.G. Cooks and  E. Yeung, Editor, Annual Reviews:Palo Alto, CA (2012), 487-507.

  20. Shelley, J.T., Pfeuffer, K.P., and Hieftje, G.M., Flowing Atmospheric-Pressure Afterglow (FAPA), the Plasma-Based Source for your ADI-MS Needs, inNew Developments in Masspectrometry:  Ambient Ionization Mass Spectrometry. M. Domin and  R. Cody, Editor, Royal Society of Chemistry:Cambridge, United Kingdom (2015), 164-195.