Technically competent Ph.D. senior scientist with expertise in all aspects of analytical analysis. Skilled at sample preparation of a variety of matrices (electronic materials, environmental and biological) and adept at usage and maintenance of analytical instrumentation.
Magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa
Mey-Ami, Milstein L., Wang, J., Li, F., "Utilization of Single Nanoparticle ICP-MS for Nanoparticle Reduction in Semiconductor Fabrication", NANO Scientific Journal, 2019, vol 17, 2019.
Mey-Ami, Milstein, L, Wang, J., L. F., "Optimization of Single Nanoparticle ICP-MS for Controlling Nanoparticles in Process Chemicals", SPCC conference, 2019 Meeting, Portland.
Mey-Ami, Milstein, L, Wang, J., L. F., "Single Nanoparticle ICP-MS Analysis of Process Chemicals and UPW Used in Surface Cleaning and Preparation", SPCC conference, 2018 Meeting, Boston.
Mey-Ami, Milstein L., Li, F. "Breakthrough Trace Element Analysis for Challenging ALD Thin Film Precursors", ALD conference, 2017, Denver, CO.
Milstein, L., Bales, Q., Gotts, H., “Elemental Speciation and Its Application to Semiconductor Precursors,” Winter Plasma Conference, Tucson, AZ 2012.
Milstein, L. Clancy., P., Gotts, H. “Elemental Speciation and its Application to RoHS and REACH Studies”, Winter Plasma Conference, Ft Meyers, FL 2010.
Clancy, P., Milstein L. et. al. “Analytical Characterization of ALD Thin Film Precursors”, ECS Transactions, 2010, Vancouver, Canada. Vol 28
Milstein L, et al., “Sample preparation, extraction efficiency, and determination of six arsenic species present in food composites.” Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2003, vol 51(15) ,4180.
Milstein, L., et al., “Development and application of a robust speciation method for determination of six arsenic compounds present in human urine,” Environmental Health Perspectives, 2003. Vol 111, 293.
Milstein, L. et al., “Selection of a suitable mobile phase for the speciation of four arsenic compounds in drinking water samples using IC coupled to ICPMS”, Environmental International, vol 28(4), 277.
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