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Franklin & Field Award to Wilkins

Charles Wilkins receives the American Chemistry Society's Franklin & Field Award for Outstanding Achievement in Mass Spectrometry.
The award was made at the Eastern Analytical Symposium of the ACS.

Charles Wilkins, a distinguished professor of chemistry and biochemistry at the University of Arkansas, received the Award for Outstanding Achievements in the Fields of Analytical Chemistry in recognition of his lifetime of accomplishments.
In 1974, Wilkins co-authored one of the first texts on laboratory computer applications in chemistry. By 1980, he pioneered the use of the "Fourier transform mass spectrometry," an analytical technique now used by chemists worldwide. He continues his innovations by building new spectrometers and using them to characterize polymers, proteins and pollutants. He moved to Arkansas in 1998 and helped establish the statewide Mass Spectrometry Facility.


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