Acknowledging

Acknowledging CIC mass spectrometers in publications, proposals, and reports

Researchers that use instruments acquired with National Institutes of Health (NIH) funds must list the NIH grant number in the acknowledgement section of any manuscript that contains data from the instruments and must submit the final, peer-reviewed manuscript to NIH's Pub Med Central (PMC) database. For details go to the University of Wisconsin Libraries webpage:  https://www.library.wisc.edu/about/scholarly-communication/nih-public-access-policy/.

All spectra coming from the CIC Mass Spectrometry Facility have the name of the instrument that generated them printed on them. Currently the only mass spectrometers acquired with NIH funds are the Bruker ULTRAFLEX® III and the Thermo Q Exactive™ Plus.

If any mass spectrometry data is used in a manuscript, then the content of one or more of the following sentences needs to be in the acknowledgement section:

The purchase of the Thermo Q Exactive™ Plus in 2015 was funded by NIH Award 1S10 OD020022-1 to the Department of Chemistry.

The purchase of the Bruker impact™ II in 2015 was funded by Bender gift to the Department of Chemistry.

The purchase of the Bruker microflex™ LRF in 2015 was funded by the Bender gift to the Department of Chemistry.

The purchase of the Bruker ULTRAFLEX™ III in 2008 was partially funded by NIH NCRR 1S10RR024601-01 Award to the Department of Chemistry.

The Shimadzu GCMS-QP2010S purchased in 2008 was funded by the Department of Chemistry.

The Shimadzu LCMS-2010A was purchased in 2001 with funds from a Keck grant, a Shimadzu grant, and the Department of Chemistry.

The purchase of the Waters LCT® in 2000 was partially funded by NSF Award #CHE-9974839 to the Department of Chemistry.

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The purchase of the Waters (Micromass) Autospec® in 1994 was partially funded by NSF Award #CHE-9304546 to the Department of Chemistry.

 The purchase of the Bruker REFLEX®II in 1996 was partially funded by NSF Award #CHE-9520868 to the Department of Chemistry.