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[105]  K.J. Jobst, C. Penney, P.C. Burgers, Why are nH-perfluoroalkanoate ions more mobile than expected? Implications for identifying an emerging environmental pollutant, Chem. Comm. (2024) in press.


[104]   H. Adams, J. Hanrahan, S. Kiefte, T. O’Brien, G.V. Mercer, K.L. Steeves, C.M. Schneider, K.J. Jobst, L.S. Cahill, Differential impact of perfluorooctanoic acid and fluorotelomer ethoxylates on placental metabolisms in mice, Chemosphere, 356 (2024) 141923.


[103]   F. Wang et al., Emerging contaminants: a One Health perspective, The Innovation, 5 (2024) 100612.


[102]   K. Downey, K. Ronda, K. Steiner, K.J. Jobst, S. Kleywegt, M.J. Simpson, A.J. Simpson, The importance of NMR as a Discovery Tool, in The Environment in a Magnet, Edited by: P. Conte, D.F.C. Martino, P.L. Meo, 2024, p. 10-56.


[101]  E.A.O. Pereira, T.R. Warriner, D.B.D. Simmons, K.J. Jobst, A.J. Simpson, M.J. Simpson, Metabolomic-based comparison of Daphnia magna and Japanese Medaka responses after exposure to acetaminophen, diclofenac, and ibuprofen, Environ. Toxicol. Chem., 43 (2024) 1339-1351.


[100]   E.A.O. Pereira, L.M. Labine, S. Kleywegt, K.J. Jobst, A.J. Simpson, M.J. Simpson, Metabolomics revealed disruptions in amino acid and antioxidant biochemistry in Daphnia magna exposed to industrial effluents associated with plastic and polymer production, Environ. Res. 241 (2024) 117547.


[99]     J. Hanrahan, K.L. Steeves, D.P. Locke, T.M. O’Brien, A.S. Maekawa, R. Amiri, C.K. Macgowan, A.A. Baschat, J.C. Kingdom, A.J. Simpson, M.J. Simpson, J.G. Sled, K.J. Jobst, L.S. Cahill, Maternal exposure to polyethylene micro- and nanoplastics impacts placental blood flow but not fetal growth in pregnant mice, Scientific Reports 14 (2024) 399.


[98]     K.L. Steeves, J. Hanrahan, N.E. Harvey, K.J. Jobst, L.S. Cahill, Fluorotelomer ethoxylates cause developmental toxicity in mice, Environ. Sci: Adv. 3 (2024) 603-610 (submitted).


[97]     M. Hashemihedeshi, E. Haywood, D.C. Gatch, J.D. Marshall, L. Jantunen, P.A. Helm, M. Diamond, S. Ziegler, F.L. Dorman, L.S. Cahill, K.J. Jobst, Size-resolved identification and quantification of micro-/nanoplastics in indoor air using pyrolysis gas chromatography-cyclic ion mobility mass spectrometry. J. Am. Soc. Mass Spectrom. 35 (2024) 275-284.


[96]     K. Steeves, L. Cahill, K.J. Jobst, Emerging perfluoroalkyl substances in environmental waters revealed by non-targeted screening, Curr. Opin. Environ. Sci. & Health. (2024) 100531.


[95]     X. Li, J.S.M. Anderson, K.J. Jobst, Bioaccumulative chemicals are either too hard or too soft: Conceptual density functional theory as a screening tool for environmental pollutants, Environ. Int. 183 (2024) 108388.


[94]     O. Critch-Doran, K. Jenkins, M. Hashemihedeshi, F.L. Dorman, K. Jobst, Towards part-per-million precision in the determination of a molecule’s collision cross section using multi-pass cyclic ion mobility, JASMS 35 (2024) 775-783.


[93]     K.C. Dibbon, G.V. Mercer, A.S. Maekawa, J. Hanrahan, K.L. Steeves, L.C.M. Ringer, A.J. Simpson, M.J. Simpson, A.A. Baschat, J.C. Kingdom, C.K. Macgowan, J.G. Sled, K.J. Jobst, L.S. Cahill, Polystyrene micro- and nanoplastics cause placental dysfunction in mice, Biology of Reproduction, 110 (2024) 211-218.


[92]     G.V. Mercer, N.E. Harvey, K.L. Steeves, C.M. Schneider, J.G. Sled, C.K. Macgowan, A.A. Baschat, J.C. Kingdom, A.J. Simpson, M.J. Simpson, K.J. Jobst, L.S. Cahill, Maternal exposure to polystyrene nanoplastics alters fetal brain metabolism in mice, Metabolomics 19 (2023) 96.


[91]     K. Ronda, K. Downey, A. Jenne, M. Bastawrous, W.W. Wolff, K. Steiner, D.H. Lysak, P.M. Costa, M.J. Simpson, K.J. Jobst, A.J. Simpson, Exploring proton-only NMR experiments and filters for Daphnia in vivo: potential and limitations, Molecules, 28 (2023) 4683.


[90]     L.M. Labine, E.A. Oliveira Pereira, S. Kleywegt, K.J. Jobst, A.J. Simpson, M.J. Simpson, Environmental metabolomics uncovers oxidative stress, amino acid dysregulation, and energy impairment in Daphnia magna with exposure to industrial effluents, Environ. Res. 234 (2023) 116512.


[89]     R. Amiri, M. Hashemihedeshi, M. Bissram, D. Megson, F.L. Dorman, K. Jobst, Differentiating toxic and non-toxic of neurotoxic tricresyl phosphate isomers using ion-molecule reactions with oxygen, J. Am. Soc. Mass Spectrom. 34 (2023) 640-648.


[88]     N.E. Harvey, G.V. Mercer, D. Stapleton, K.L. Steeves, J. Hanrahan, M. Cui, Z. Aghaei, S. Spring, P.A. Helm, A.J. Simpson, M.J. Simpson, C.K. Macgowan, A.A. Baschat, J.C. Kingdom, J.G. Sled, K.J. Jobst, LS. Cahill, Maternal exposure to polystyrene microplastics impacts developmental milestones and brain structure in mouse offspring. Environ. Sci.: Adv. 2 (2023) 622-628.


[87]     L.M. Labine, E.A. Oliveira Pereira, S. Kleywegt, K.J. Jobst, A. Simpson, M. Simpson, Sub-lethal exposure of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) of verying chain length and polar functionality results in distinct metabolic responses in Daphni magna, Environ. Toxicol. Chem. 42 (2023) 242-256.


[86]     E.A. Oliveira-Pereira, L.M. Labine, S. Kleywegt, K.J. Jobst, A. Simpson, M. Simpson, Daphnia magna sub-lethal exposure to phthalate pollutants elicits disruptions in amino acid and energy metabolism, Aquatic Toxicology, 257 (2022) 106432.


[85]     K. Steeves, M. Bissram, S. Kleywegt, F.L. Dorman, A. Simpson, M. Simpson, L. Cahill, K. Jobst, Nontargeted screening reveals fluorotelomer ethoxylates in indoor dust and industrial wastewater, Environ. Int. 171 (2023) 107634.


[84]     J. Breen, M. Hashemihedeshi, R. Amiri, F.L. Dorman, K.J. Jobst, Unwrapping wrap-around in gas (or liquid) chromatographic cyclic ion mobility mass spectrometry, Anal. Chem. 94 (2022) 11113-11117.


[83]     A. MacNeil, X. Li, R. Amiri, D.C.G. Muir, A.J. Simpson, M.J. Simpson, F.L. Dorman, K.J. Jobst, Gas chromatography-(cyclic) ion mobility mass spectrometry: A novel platform for the discovery of unknown per-/polyfluoroalkyl substances, Anal. Chem. 94 (2022) 11096-11103.


[82]     Z. Aghaei, G.V. Mercer, C.M. Schneider, J.G. Sled, C.K. Macgowan, A.A. Baschat, J.C. Kingdom, P.A. Helm, A.J. Simpson, M.J. Simpson, K.J. Jobst, L.S. Cahill, Maternal exposure to polystyrene microplastics alters placental metabolism in mice, Metabolomics, 19 (2022) 1.


[81]     L.M. Labine, E.A. Oliveria Pereira, S. Kleywegt, K.J. Jobst, A.J. Simpson, M.J. Simpson, Comparison of sub-lethal metabolic perturbations of select legacy and novel perfluorinated alkyl substances (PFAS) in Daphnia magna, Environ. Res., 212 (2022) 113582.


[80]     Z. Aghaei, J.G. Sled, J.C. Kingdom, A.A. Baschat, P.A. Helm, K.J. Jobst, L.S. Cahill, Maternal exposure to polystyrene nanoplastics causes fetal growth restriction in mice, ES&TL, 9(5) (2022) 426-430.


[79]     Z. Aghaei, K.L. Steeves, K.J. Jobst, L.S. Cahill, The impact of perfluoroalkyl substances on pregnancy, birth outcomes and offspring development: a review of data from mouse models of pregnancy, Biology of Reproduction, 106 (2022) 397-407.


[78]     E.A. Oliveira Pereira, L.M. Labine, S. Kleywegt, K.J. Jobst, A.J. Simpson, M.J. Simpson, Metabolomics reveals that bisphenol pollutants impair protein synthesis-related pathways in Daphnia magna, Metabolites, 11 (2021) 666.


[77]     X. Li, K.J. Jobst, Nontargeted screening using gas chromatography-atmospheric pressure ionization mass spectrometry: Recent trends and emerging potential. Molecules, 26 (2021) 6911.


[76]     X. Li, T. Chevez, A.O. DeSilva, D.C.G. Muir, S. Kleywegt, A. Simpson, M. Simpson, K.J. Jobst, Which of the (mixed) halogenated n-alkanes are likely to be persistent organic pollutants? ES&T 55 (2021) 15912-15920.


[75]     L.S. Cahill, G. Stortz, A. Ravi Chandran, N. Milligan, S. Shinar, C.L. Whitehead, S.R. Hobson, V. Ayyathurai, A. Rahman, R. Saghian, K.J. Jobst, C. McShane, D. Block-Abraham, V. Seravalli, M. Laurie, S. Millard, C. Delp, D. Wolfson, A.A. Baschat, K.E. Murphy, L. Serghides, E. Morgan, C.K. Macgowan, W.T. Parks, J.C. Kingdom, J.G. Sled, Wave reflections in the umbilical artery measured by Doppler ultrasound as a novel predictor of placental pathology. EBioMedicine 67 (2021) 103326.


[74]    M.T. Anaraki, D. Lysak, K. Downey, F.V.C. Kock, X. You, A. Barison, L. Liao, A. Gilberto F., V. Decker, B. Goerling, M. Spraul, M. Godejohann, P.A. Helm, R. Soong, K.J. Jobst, M. Simpson, A. Simpson, NMR spectrsocopy of wastewater: A review, case study, and future potential. Prog. NMR Spectrosc. 2021 (in press).


[73]    P. Bruce-Vanderpuije, D. Megson, G.R. Jones, K.J. Jobst, E.J. Reiner, E. Clarke, S. Adu-Kumi, J.A. Gardella Jr., Infant dietary exposure to dioxin-like polychlorinated biphenyls (dlPCBs), polybrominated and mixed halogenated dibenzo-p-dioxins and furans (PBDD/Fs and PXDD/Fs) in milk samples of lactating mothers in Accra, Ghana, Chemosphere, 263 (2021) 128156.


[72]    O. Aznar-Alemany, B. Sala, K.J. Jobst, E.J. Reiner, A. Borrell, A. Aguilar, E. Eljarrat, Temporal trends of halogenated and organophosphate contaminants in striped dolphins from the Mediterranean Sea, Sci. Tot. Environ. 753 (2021) 142205.


[71]    S.A. Schreckenbach, J. Anderson, J. Koopman, S. Grimme, M. Simpson, K.J. Jobst, Predicting the mass spectra of environmental pollutants using computational chemistry: a case study and critical evaluation. J. Am. Soc. Mass Spectrom. 32 (2021) 1508.


[70]    S.A. Schreckenbach, D. Simmons, L. Mullin, A. Ladak, E.J. Reiner, M. Simpson, K.J. Jobst, Data (in)dependant analysis of environmental toxicants by gas chromatography-atmospheric pressure gas chromatography, Anal. Chem. 93 (2021) 1498.


[69]    B. Gill, K.J. Jobst, P. Britz-McKibbin, Rapid screening of urinary 1-hydroxypyrene glucuronide by multisegment injection-capillary electrophoresis-tandem mass spectrometry: a high throughput method for biomonitoring of recent smoke exposures, Anal. Chem. 92 (2020) 13558.


[68]    J.P. Koelmel, M. Paige, J.J. Aristizabal-Henao, N.M. Robey, S. Nason, P. Stelben, Y. Li, N.M. Kroeger, M.P. Napolitano, T. Savvaides, V. Vasilou, P. Rostkowski, T. Garrett, E. Lin, C. Deigl, K.J. Jobst, T.G. Townsend, K.J. Godri Pollitt, J.A. Bowden, Towards comprehensive PFAS annotation using FluoroMatch software and intelligent LC-HRMS/MS acquisition methods, Anal. Chem. 92 (2020) 11186.


[67]*   K.J. Jobst, K. Godri Pollitt, Editorial overview for special issue on Exposomics in: Curr. Opin. Environ. Sci. Health, Volume 15 (2020) 1.


[66]    K.J. Jobst, A. Arora, K. Godri Pollitt, J.G. Sled, Dried blood spots for the identification of bioaccumulating organic compounds: current challenges and future perspectives, Curr. Opin. Environ. Sci. Health 15 (2020).


[65]    L. Mullin, K.J. Jobst, R.A. Di Lorenzo, R. Plumb, E.J. Reiner, L.W.Y. Yeung, I. Ericson Jogsten, Liquid chromatography-ion mobility-high resolution mass spectrometry for the analysis of pollutants in indoor dust: Identification and predictive capabilities. Anal. Chim. Acta 1125 (2020) 29-40.


[64]    X. Zhang, M. Robson, K.J. Jobst, M. Pena-Abaurrea, A. Muscalu, C. Marvin, I. Brindle, E.J. Reiner, P.A. Helm, Halogenated organic contaminants in urban-influenced waters of Lake Ontario, Canada: passive sampling with targeted and non-targeted screening. Environ. Pollutt. (2020) 114733.


[63]    Z-F. Zhang, X. Zhang, E. Sverko, C.H. Marvin, K.J. Jobst, S.A. Smyth, Y-F. Li, Determination of diphenylamine antioxidants in wastewater/biosolids and sediments, Environ. Sci. Technol. Lett. 7 (2020) 102-110.


[62]    X. Zhang, F. Li, B. Musselman, J. Tice, P.A. Helm, K.J. Jobst, Rapid fingerprinting of environmental microplastics using thermal desorption/pyrolysis direct analysis in real time mass spectrometry, Anal. Chim. Acta, 1100 (2020) 107-117.


[61]    L. Chibwe, A.L. Myers, A.O. De Silva, E.J. Reiner, K.J. Jobst, D.C.G. Muir, B. Yuan, C12-30 α-Bromo-Chloro “Alkenes”: Characterization of a poorly identified flame retardant and potential environmental implications, Environ. Sci. Technol. 53 (2019) 10835-10844.


[60]    X. Zhang, R. Di Lorenzo, P. Helm, E.J. Reiner, P.A. Howard, D. Muir, J. Sled, K.J. Jobst, Compositional space: a guide for environmental chemists on the identification of persistent and bioaccumulative organics. Environment International 132 (2019) 104808.


[59]*   R.A. Hites, K.J. Jobst, Response to “Letter to the Editor concerning the Viewpoint: ‘Is nontargeted screening reproducible?’”, Environ. Sci. Technol., 53 (2019) 5531-5533.


[58]    P. Bruce-Vanderpuiji, D. Megson, K.J. Jobst, G.R. Jones, E.J. Reiner, C.D. Sandau, E. Clarke, S. Adu-Kumi, J.A. Gardella Jr., Background levels of polychlorinated and polybrominated dibenzo-p-dioxins, dibenzofurans (PCDD/Fs, PBDD/Fs), dioxin-like polychlorinated biphenyls (dlPCBs), and mixed halogenated dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzofurans (PXDD/Fs) in sera of pregnant women in Accra, Ghana, Science of the Total Environment 673 (2019) 631-642.


[57]    D.T. Bowman, K.J. Jobst, P.A. Helm, S. Kleywegt, M.L. Diamond, Characterization of polycyclic aromatic compounds within commercial pavement sealcoat products by GCxGC/QTOFMS for improved source apportionment, Environmental Science and Technology. 53 (2019) 3157-3165.


[56]    R.A. Di Lorenzo, V.V. Lobodin, J. Cochran, T. Kolic, S. Besevic, E.J. Reiner, J.G. Sled, K.J. Jobst, Fast gas chromatography-atmospheric pressure (photo)ionization mass spectrometry of brominated flame retardants, Anal. Chem. 1056 (2019) 70-78.


[55]    B. Gill, A. Mell, M. Shanmuganathan, K.J. Jobst, X. Zhang, D. Kinniburgh, N. Cherry, P. Britz-McKibbin, An inter-laboratory method comparison of urinary 1-hydroxypyrene determination for biomonitoring of firefighters deployed at the Fort McMurray wildfire. Anal. Bioanal. Chem. 411 (2019) 1397-1407.


[54]    P. Rostkowski, P. Haglund, R. Aalizadeh, N. Alygizakis, N. Thomaidis, J.B. Arandes, J. Benskin, P. Booij, P. Brunswick, A. Covaci, M-H. Devier, S. Grosse, R. Hindle, I. Ipolyi, K.J. Jobst, P. Leonards, F. Lestremau, T. Letzel, J. Magner, H. Matsukami, C. Moschet, P. Oswald, M. Reed, J. Slobodnik, C. Yang, The strength in numbers: comprehensive characterization of house dust using complementary mass spectrometric techniques, Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 2019 (in press).


[53]    R.A. Hites, K.J. Jobst, Is nontargeted screening reproducible? Env. Sci. Technol. (Viewpoint Article) 52 (2018) 11975-11976.


[52]  C. Stultz, K.J. Jobst, L. Haimovici, R. Jones, S. Besevic, J. Byer, K.L. Organtini, T. Kolic, E.J. Reiner, F.L. Dorman, Evaluation of multiple alternative instrument platforms for targeted and non-targeted dioxin and furan analysis, J. Mass Spectrom., 53 (2018) 504-510.


[51]  D.T. Bowman, K.J. Jobst, X. Ortiz, E.J. Reiner, L.A. Warren, B.E. McCarry, G.F. Slater, Improved coverage of naphthenic acid fraction compounds by comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography coupled with high resolution mass spectrometry, J. Chrom. A, 1536 (2018) 88-95.


[50]  X. Ortiz, E. Korenkova, K.J. Jobst, K.A. MacPherson, E.J. Reiner, A high throughput targeted and non-targeted method for the analysis of microcystins and anatoxin-A using on-line solid phase extraction coupled to liquid chromatography-quadrupole time-of-flight high resolution mass spectrometry, Anal. Bioanal. Chem. 409 (2017) 4959-4969.


[49]  A. Ballesteros-Gomez, J. Ballesteros, X. Ortiz, W. Jonker, R. Helmus, K.J. Jobst, J.R. Parsons, E.J. Reiner, Identification of novel brominated compounds in flame retarded plastics containing TBBPA by combining isotope pattern and mass defect cluster analysis, Env. Sci. Technol. 51 (2017) 1518-1526.


[48]  D. Megson, M. Robson, K.J. Jobst, P.A. Helm, E.J. Reiner, Determination of halogenated flame retardants using gas chromatography with atmospheric pressure chemical ionization (APCI) and a high-resolution quadrupole time-of-flight mass spectrometer (HRqTOFMS), Anal. Chem. 88 (2016) 11406-11411.


[47]  R. Suhring, X. Ortiz, M. Pena-Abaurrea, K.J. Jobst, M. Freese, J.D. Pohlmann, L. Marohn, R. Ebinghaus, S. Backus, R. Hanel, E.J. Reiner, Evidence for high concentrations and maternal transfer of substituted diphenylamines in European Eels analyzed by two-dimensional gas chromatography-time-of-flight mass spectrometry and gas chromatography-fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry, Env. Sci. Technol. 50 (2016) 12678-12685.


[46]  D. Megson, E.J. Reiner, K.J. Jobst, F.L. Dorman, M.R. Robson, J-F. Focant, A review of the determination of persistent organic pollutants for environmental forensics investigations, Anal. Chim. Acta (2016) in press.


[45]  D. Megson, X. Ortiz, K.J. Jobst, E.J. Reiner, M.F.A. Mulder, J-C. Balouet, A comparison of fresh and used air-craft oil for the identification of toxic substances linked to aerotoxic syndrome, Chemosphere,158 (2016) 116.


[44]  J.D. Byer, K. Siek, K.J. Jobst, Distinguishing the C3 vs SH4 mass split by comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography-high resolution time-of-flight mass spectrometry, Anal. Chem. 88 (2016) 6101-6104.


[43]  S. Fernando, M.K. Green, K. Organtini, F. Dorman, R. Jones, E.J. Reiner, K.J. Jobst*, Differentiation of (mixed) halogenated dibenzo-p-dioxins by negative ion atmospheric pressure chemical ionization, Anal. Chem. 88 (2016) 5205-5211.


[42]  X. Ortiz-Almirall, M. Pena-Abaurrea, K.J. Jobst, E.J. Reiner, Non-targeted analysis of persistent organic pollutants by mass spectrometry and GCxGC, Comprehensive Analytical Chemistry, 71 (2016) 405-431.


[41]  L. Haimovici, E.J. Reiner, S. Besevic, K.J. Jobst, M. Robson, T. Kolic, K. MacPherson, A modified QuEChERS approach for the screening of dioxins and furans in sediments, Anal. Bioanal. Chem. 408 (2016) 4043-4054.


[40]  N.A. van Huizen, T.M. Luider, K.J. Jobst, J.K. Terlouw, J.L. Holmes, P.C. Burgers, Interaction of metal cations with functionalized hydrocarbons in the gas phase: further experimental evidence for solvation of metal ions by the hydrocarbon chain, Eur. J. Mass Spectrom. 22 (2016) 61-70.


[39]  K.D. Duncan, D.R. Letourneau, G.W. Vandergrift, K.J. Jobst, E.J. Reiner, C.G. Gill, E.T. Krogh, A semi-quantitative approach for the rapid screening and mass profiling of naphthenic acids directly in contaminated aqueous samples, J. Mass Spectrom., 51 (2016) 44-52.


[38]  K.L. Organtini, A.L. Myers, K.J. Jobst, E.J. Reiner, B. Ross, A. Ladak, L. Mullin, D. Stevens, F.L. Dorman, Quantitative analysis of mixed halogenated dioxins and furans in fire debris utilizing atmospheric pressure ionization gas chromatography-triple quadrupole mass spectrometry, Anal. Chem. 87 (2015) 10368.


[37]  K.L. Organtini, L. Haimovici, K.J. Jobst, E.J. Reiner, A. Ladak, D. Stevens, J.W. Cochran, F.L. Dorman,

Comparison of atmospheric pressure ionization gas chromatography-triple quadrupole mass spectrometry to traditional high-resolution mass spectrometry for the identification and quantification of halogenated dioxins and furans, Anal. Chem. 87 (2015) 7902.


[36]  M. Ubukata, K.J. Jobst, E.J. Reiner, S.E. Reichenbach, Q. Tao, J. Hang, Z. Wu, A.J. Dane, R.B. Cody,

Non-targeted analysis of electronics waste by comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography combined with high-resolution mass spectrometry: using accurate mass information and mass defect analysis to explore the data, J. Chrom. A, 1395 (2015) 152-159.


[35]   K.J. Jobst, J.K. Terlouw, T. Luider, N.A. van Huizen, P.C. Burgers, Interaction of metal cations with alkylnitriles in the gas phase: solvation of metal ions by the hydrocarbon chain, Eur. J. Mass Spectrom., 21 (2015) 579-



[34]   K.L. Organtini, A.L. Myers, K.J. Jobst, J. Cochran, B. Ross, B.E. McCarry, E.J. Reiner, F.L. Dorman,

 Comprehensive characterization of the halogenated dibenzo-p-dioxin and dibenzofuran contents of residential fire debris using comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography coupled to time of flight mass spectrometry, J. Chrom. A, 1369 (2014) 138-146.


[33]  S. Fernando, K.J. Jobst*, V.Y. Taguchi, P.A. Helm, E.J. Reiner, B.E. McCarry, Identification of the halogenated compounds resulting from the 1997 Plastimet Inc. fire in Hamilton, Ontario, using comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography and (ultra)high resolution mass spectrometry, Env. Sci. Technol. 48 (2014) 10656-10663.


[32]  A.L.Myers, T. Watson-Leung, K.J.Jobst, L. Shen, S. Besevic, K. Organtini, F.Dorman, S. Maybury, E.J. Reiner, Complementary non-targeted and targeted mass spectrometry techniques to determine bioaccumulation of halogenated contaminants in freshwater species. Env. Sci. Technol. 48 (2014) 13844-13854.


[31]  L. Shen, K.J.Jobst, E.J.Reiner, P.A.Helm, R. McCrindle, V.Y.Taguchi, C.H.Marvin, S.Backus, K. MacPherson, I.D. Brindle, Identification and Occurrence of Analogues of Dechlorane 604 in Lake Ontario Sediment and their Accumulation in Fish. Env. Sci. Technol. 48 (2014) 11170-11177.


[30]  X.Ortiz, K.J.Jobst, E.J.Reiner, S.M.Backus, K.M.Peru, D.W.McMartin, G.O’Sullivan,V.Y.Taguchi, J.V. Headley, Characterization of Naphthenic Acids by Gas Chromatography-Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometry. Anal. Chem. 86 (2014) 7666-7673.


[29]  M. Pena-Abaurrea, K.J. Jobst, R. Ruffolo, L. Shen, R. McCrindle, P.A. Helm, E.J. Reiner. Identification of potential novel bioaccumulative and persistent chemicals in sediments from Ontario (Canada) using scripting approaches with GCxGC-TOF MS analysis. Env. Sci. Technol. 48 (2014) 9591-9599.


[28]  A.L. Myers, K.J. Jobst, S.A. Maybury, E.J. Reiner, Using mass defect plots as a discovery tool to identify novel fluoropolymer  thermal decomposition products, J. Mass Spectrom 49 (2014) 291-296.


[27]   G.Rodríquez-Blanco, K.J. Jobst, T.M. Luider, J.K. Terlouw, P.C. Burgers, ChemPlusChem. 78 (2013) 1184.

Generation and dissociation of RCOOCaCl2– and other carboxylate-substituted superhalogens: CO2 capture and implications for structure analysis.


[26]  K.J. Jobst*, J.K. Terlouw, J. De Winter, P. Gerbaux, Int. J. Mass Spectrom. 354-355 (2013) 99-104.

The reaction of the hydrogen-bridged radical cation [NH2C=O...H...O=CH2]·+ with dioxygen.


[25]  K.J. Jobst, J.K. Terlouw, P.J.A. Ruttink, P.C. Burgers, Int. J. Mass Spectrom. 354-355 (2013) 144-151.

Dissociation of CuH·+ and ZnH+ complexes of ethylenediamine and their N-methylated homologues: Family and neighbours, but not the same,


[24]  K.J. Jobst*, L. Shen, E.J. Reiner, V.Y. Taguchi, P.A. Helm, R. McCrindle, S. Backus, The use of mass defect plots for the identification of (novel) halogenated contaminants in the environment, Anal. Bioanal. Chem. 405 (2013) 3289-3297.


[23]  L. Shen, K.J. Jobst, P.A. Helm, E.J. Reiner, R. McCrindle, G.T. Tomy, S. Backus, I.D. Brindle, C.H. Marvin, Identification and determination of the dechlorination products of Dechlorane 602 in Great Lakes fish and Arctic beluga whales by gas chromatography-high resolution mass spectrometry. Anal. Bioanal. Chem. 404 (2013) 2737.


[22]  P.C. Burgers, G.A. McGibbon, K.J. Jobst*, Eur. J. Mass Spectrom. 18 (2012) 149. The dissociation chemistry of ionized methyl carbamate and its isomers revisited : theory and experiment in concert,


[21]  M.A.Trikoupis, K.J. Jobst*, Eur. J. Mass Spectrom.18 (2012) 183. Catalysis in hydrogen-bridged radical cations.


[20]  K.J. Jobst, J.K. Terlouw, The hydrogen-bridged radical cation [NH2C=O...H...O=CHCH3]•+ and its dissociation by proton-transport catalysis,  Chem. Phys. Lett. 523 (2012) 20.


[19]   K.J.Jobst*, N.M.M Nibbering, J.K.Terlouw, The double hydrogen transfer in the 1-methoxy-2-propanol molecular ion : Loss of CH3CO• by proton-transport catalysis, Int. J. Mass Spectrom. 316 (2012) 18.


[18]   K.J. Jobst, V.Y.Taguchi, R.D. Bowen, M.A. Trikoupis, J.K. Terlouw, Identification of halohydrins as potential disinfection by-products in treated drinking water, Int. J. Spec. (2011) Article ID 949745.

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