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    • LAPACHAMAMAIn Situ Photochemical Transformation of Hg Species and Associated Isotopic Fractionation in the Water Column of High-Altitude Lakes from the Bolivian Altiplano

      Publication dans "Environmental Science and Technology, American Chemical Society"

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Direction de l'unité

Directeur : Ryszard Lobinski (ryszard.lobinski @ univ-pau.fr)
Directrice  adjointe par intérim : Cécile Courrèges (cecile.courreges @ univ-pau.fr)

Responsable administratif et financier : Maximilien Guibert (maximilien.guibert @ univ-pau.fr)

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C2MC is a joint laboratory created in 2014 on the basis of two analytical groups from the universities of Pau and Rouen and a part of the analytical department from the research direction of TOTAL Refining and Chemical.

The addition of skills and synergies arising from these three groups is already generating a creative ambiance in cutting-edge research into the molecular characterization of complex matrices such as petroleum and polymers.


  • Contacts :   Brice Bouyssiere (brice.bouyssiere @ univ-pau.fr) ; Pierre Gusti ; Carlos Afonso



The C2MC joint lab is organizing the PetroPhase 2017 conference. The conference will take place in the city of Le Havre in Normandy from the 11 till the 15 of june.



The lab is is equiped with high end mass spectrometrers and chromatographic systems Including:

  • An ion mobility – mass spectrometer (Waters,Synapt G2) equipped with most available atmospheric pressure ion source

This instrument affords a bidimensional separation based on m/z with a high resolution time of flight analyzer and based and size and shape with the ion mobility cell.

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  • A Gas chromatography – time of flight mass spectrometer