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Publications

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  • Peer-reviewed publications: 34

  • Granted Patents: 6

  • ORCID: 0000-0002-1443-979X

  • Citations: 1616

  • h-index: 22

  • i10-index: 34

        Publications from Auburn University

​34. Ion Mobility Mass Spectrometry: Instrumentation and Applications” book chapter in "Mass Spectrometry - Recent Advances and Key Aspects", ISBN 978-0-85466-119-0 Olajide, O. E.; Kartowikromo, K. Y.; Hamid, A. M.* (2023), in press.

33.Collision Cross Section (CCS) Measurement and Prediction Methods in Omics” Kartowikromo, K. Y.; Olajide, O. E.; Hamid, A. M.* J. Mass Spec. (2023), DOI:10.1002/jms.4973. Invited Article

32. Strain-Level Discrimination of Bacteria by Liquid Chromatography and Paper Spray Ion Mobility Mass Spectrometry” Olajide, O. E.; Yi, Y.; Zheng, J.; Hamid, A. M.* J. Am. Soc. Mass Spec. 34, 6, 1125–1135 (2023). Invited Article

31.Species-Level Discrimination of Microorganisms by High-Resolution Paper Spray – Ion Mobility – Mass Spectrometry” Olajide, O. E.; Yi, Y.; Zheng, J.; Hamid, A. M.* Int. J. Mass Spec., 478, 116871 (2022). Invited Article

30.Systematic Optimization of Ambient Ionization Ion Mobility Mass Spectrometry for Rapid Separation of Isomers” Olajide, O. E.; Donkor, B.; Hamid, A. M.* J. Am. Soc. Mass Spec. 33, 1, 160-171 (2022).                                           

         Publications prior to Auburn University

29. Potential for Ion Mobility in Pharmaceutical and Clinical Analyses” book chapter in Advancements of Mass Spectrometry in Biomedical Research. Springer, Cham. Wormwood, K. L.; Deng, L.; Hamid, A. M.; Debord, D.; Maxon, L. 299-316 (2019).

28.Structures of Benzonitrile Dimer Radical Cation and the Protonated Dimer. Observation of Hydronium Ions Solvated by Benzonitrile Molecules” Mason, K.; Pearcy, A.; Hamid, A. M.; El-Shall, M. S. J. Chem. Phys. 150 (12), 124303 (2019).

27.Characterization of the applied field to traveling wave based Structures for Lossless Ion Manipulations” Hamid, A. M.; Prabhakaran, A.; Ibrahim, Y. M.; Smith, R. D. Int. J. Mass Spec. 430, 8-13 (2018).

26.A Hybrid Constant and Oscillatory Field Ion Mobility Analyzer Using Structures for Lossless Ion Manipulations” Prabhakaran, A.; Hamid, A. M.; Garimella, S. V. B.; Valenzuela, B. R.; Ewing, R. G.; Ibrahim, Y. M.; Smith, R. D. J. Am. Soc. Mass Spec. 29 (2), 342-351 (2017).

25.Compression ratio ion mobility programming (CRIMP) Accumulation and Compression of Billions of Ions for Ion Mobility-MS using Traveling Waves in Structures for Lossless Ion Manipulations” Deng, L.; Garimella, S. V. B.; Hamid, A. M.; Webb, I. K.; Norheim, R. V.; Prost, S. A.; Zheng, X.; Anderson, G. A.; Sandoval, J. A.; Baker, E. S.; Ibrahim, Y. M.; Smith, R. D. Anal. Chem. 89 (12), 6432-6439 (2017).

24.Serpentine Ultra-long Path with Extended Routing (SUPER) High Resolution Traveling Wave Ion Mobility-MS using Structures for Lossless Ion Manipulations” Deng, L.; Webb, I. K.; Garimella, S. V. B.; Hamid, A. M.; Zheng, X.; Norheim, R. V.; Prost, S. A.; Anderson, G. A.; Sandoval, J. A.; Baker, E. S.; Ibrahim, Y. M.; Smith, R. D. Anal. Chem. 89 (8), 4628-4634 (2017).

23.New Frontiers for Mass Spectrometry based upon Structures for Lossless Ion Manipulations” Ibrahim, Y. M.; Hamid, A. M.; Deng, L.: Garimella, S. V. B.; Webb, I. K.; Smith, R. D. Analyst 142 (7), 1010-1021 (2017).

22.Ion Elevators and Escalators in Multi-level Structures for Lossless Ion Manipulations (SLIM) Devices” Ibrahim, Y. M.; Hamid, A. M.; Cox, J. T.: Garimella, S. V. B.; Smith, R. D. Anal. Chem. 89 (3), 1972–1977 (2017).

21.Squeezing Ion Populations and Peaks in Ion Mobility Separations using Traveling Waves with Compression Ratio Ion Mobility Programming (CRIMP)” Garimella, S. V. B.; Hamid, A. M.; Deng, L.; Ibrahim, Y. M.; Webb, I. K.; Baker, E. S.; Prost, S. A.; Norheim, R. V.; Anderson, G. A.; Smith, R. D. Anal. Chem. 88 (23), 11877–11885 (2016).

20. Greatly Increasing Trapped Ion Populations for Mobility Separations Using Traveling Waves in Structures for Lossless Ion Manipulations” Deng, L.; Ibrahim, Y. M.; Garimella, S. V. B.; Webb, I. K.; Hamid, A. M.; Norheim, R. V.; Prost, S. A.; Anderson, G. A.; Sandoval, J. A.; Baker, E. S.; Smith, R. D. Anal. Chem. 88 (20), 10143–10150 (2016).

19.Ultra-High Resolution Ion Mobility Separations Utilizing Traveling Waves in a 13-m Serpentine Path Length Structures for Lossless Ion Manipulations Module” Deng, L.; Ibrahim, Y. M.; Hamid, A. M.; Garimella, S. V. B.; Webb, I. K.; Zheng, X.; Prost, S. A.; Sandoval, J. A.; Norheim, R. V.; Anderson, G. A.; Tolmachev, A. V.; Baker, E. S.; Smith, R. D. Anal. Chem. 88 (18), 8957 – 8964 (2016).

18.Achieving high resolution ion mobility separations using traveling waves in compact multi-turn Structures Ion Mobility Separations in Lossless Ion Manipulations modules” Hamid, A. M.; Garimella, S. V. B.; Ibrahim, Y. M.; Deng, L.; Zheng, X.; Webb, I. K.; Anderson, G. A.; Prost, S. A.; Norheim, R. V.; Tolmachev, A. V.; Baker, E. S.; Smith, R. D. Anal. Chem. 88 (18), 8949 – 8956 (2016).

17.Ion Mobility Separations of Isomers based upon Long Path Length Structures for Lossless Ion Manipulations Combined with Mass Spectrometry” Deng, L.; Ibrahim, Y. M.; Baker, E. S.; Aly, N. A.; Hamid, A. M.; Zhang, X.; Zheng, X.; Garimella, S. V. B.; Webb, I. K.; Prost, S. A.; Sandoval, J. A.; Norheim, R. V.; Anderson, G. A.; Tolmachev, A. V.; Smith, R. D. Chemistry Select 1 (10), 2396 – 2399 (2016).

16.Mobility-selected ion trapping and enrichment using Structures for Lossless Ion Manipulations” Chen, T-C.; Ibrahim, Y. M.; Webb, I. K.; Garimella, S. V. B.; Zhang, X.; Hamid, A. M.; Deng, L.; Karnesky, W.; Prost, S. A.; Sandoval, J. A.; Norheim, R. V.; Anderson, G. A.; Tolmachev, A. V.; Baker, E.; Smith, R. D. Anal. Chem. 88 (3), 1728-1733 (2016).

​15. Characterization of Traveling Wave Structures Ion Mobility Separations in Lossless Ion Manipulations” Hamid, A. M.; Ibrahim, Y. M.; Garimella, S. V. B.; Webb, I. K.; Deng, L.; Chen, T-C.; Anderson, G. A.; Prost, S. A.; Norheim, R. V.; Tolmachev, A. V.; Smith, R. D. Anal. Chem. 87 (22), 11301-11308 (2015).

14.Discrimination between Candida species by Paper Spray Mass Spectrometry” Hamid, A. M.; Wei, P.; Jarmusch, A. K.; Pirro, V.; Cooks, R. G. Int. J. Mass Spec. 378, 288-293 (2015).

13.Growth Kinetics and Formation Mechanisms of Complex Organics by Sequential Reactions of Acetylene with Ionized Aromatics” Soliman, A. R.; Hamid, A. M.; Attah, I.; El-Shall, M. S. Int. J. Mass Spec. 5 (19), 3392-3398 (2015).

12.Evidence for the Formation of Pyrimidine Cations from the Sequential Reactions of Hydrogen Cyanide with the Acetylene Radical Cation” Hamid, A. M.; Bera, P. B.; Lee, T. J.; Aziz, S. G.; Alyoubi, A. O.; El-Shall, M. S. J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 5 (19), 3392-3398 (2014).

11. Rapid Identification of Bacteria by Paper Spray Ambient Ionization” Hamid, A. M.; Jarmusch, A. K.; Pirro, V.; Pincus, D. H.; Clay, B.; Gervasui, G.; Cooks, R. G. Anal. Chem. 86 (15), 7500–7507 (2014).

10.Unconventional Hydrogen Bonding to Organic Ions in the Gas Phase. Stepwise Association of Hydrogen Cyanide with the Pyridine and Pyrimidine Radical Cations and Protonated Pyridine” Hamid, A. M.; El-Shall, M. S. Hilal, R.; Elroby, S.; Aziz, S. G. J. Chem. Phys. 141 (5), 054305 (2014).

9.Substituent Effects on Non-Covalent Bonds: Complexes of Ionized Benzene Derivatives with Hydrogen Cyanide” Attah, I.; Hamid, A. M.; Mautner, M.; El-Shall, M. S.; Aziz, S. G.; Alyoubi, A. O. J. Phys. Chem. A. 117 (41), 10588-10597 (2013).

8. Hydration of the Pyrimidine Radical Cation and Stepwise Solvation of the Protonated Pyrimidine with Water, Methanol and Acetonitrile” Hamid, A. M.; Sharma, P.; El-Shall, M. S.; Hilal, R.; Elroby, S.; Aziz, S. G.; Alyoubi, A. O. J. Chem. Phys. 139 (8), 084304 (2013).

7.Stepwise Association of Hydrogen Cyanide and Acetonitrile with the Benzene Radical Cation: Structures and Binding Energies of (C6H6 •+)(HCN)n, n=1-6 and (C6H6 •+)(CH3CN)n, n=1- 4” Hamid, A. M.; Soliman, A. R.; El-Shall, M. S. J. Phys. Chem A. 117 (6), 1069–1078 (2013).

6.Formation of Nitrogen-Containing Polycyclic Cations by Gas Phase and Intracluster Reactions of Acetylene with the Pyridinium and Pyrimidinium Ions” Soliman, A. R.; Hamid, A. M.; Attah, I.; Momoh, P.; El-Shall, M. S. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 135, 155-166 (2012).

5.Formation of Complex Organics in the Gas Phase by Sequential Reactions of Acetylene with the Phenylium Ion” Soliman, A. R.; Hamid, A. M.; Momoh, P. O.; El-Shall, M. S.; Taylor, D.; Gallagher, L.; Abrash, S. A. J. Phys. Chem. A, 116, 8925-8933 (2012).

4.Assembly of HCN Hydrogen Bonding Chains in the Gas Phase. Binding Energies and Structures of Phenylacetylene.+(HCN)n Clusters, n = 1-4” Hamid, A. M.; Soliman, A. R.; El-Shall, M. S. Chem. Phys. lett. 543, 23-27 (2012).

3. Unconventional ionic hydrogen bonds: CH+....π (C C) binding energies and structures of benzene.+(acetylene)1–4 clusters” Soliman, A. R.; Hamid, A. M.; Abrash, S. A.; El-Shall, M. S. Chem. Phys. lett. 523, 25-33 (2012).

2.Structure of the C8H8.+ radical cation formed by electron impact ionization of acetylene clusters. Evidence for a (Benzene.+ .Acetylene) complex” Momoh, P. O.; Hamid, A. M.; Soliman, A. R.; Abrash, S. A.; El-Shall, M. S. Phys. Chem. lett. 2, 2412-2419 (2011).

1.Structure and hydration of the C4H4.+ ion formed by electron impact ionization of acetylene clusters” Momoh, P. O.; Hamid, A. M.; Abrash, S. A.; El-Shall, M. S. J. Chem. Phys. 134, 204315-204327 (2011).

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