Jack G. Saad
Jack G. Saad earned his ACS Certified BS Chem degree in chemistry from the University of Georgia. As an undergraduate, he worked with a variety of tungsten compounds to induce photo-initiated polymerization of cyanoacrylate using specific wavelengths of visible light, an application used in the adhesive industry. He began his career at Micromeritics Instrument Corp. as a particle size analyst for their contract laboratory service where he developed protocols to obtain particle size distributions using light scattering, x-ray sedimentation, and electro-zone sensing techniques. Beginning in 2004, he worked in the pharmaceutical industry at Kiel Laboratories and Élan Pharmaceuticals as a laboratory analyst for seven years for raw materials testing, manufacturing support, research and development, and quality control. He rejoined Micromeritics in July 2011 as a Particle Size Applications Specialist. In this position, he is responsible for applications support for particle size instrumentation and conducting research on potential applications for instruments and techniques.
Anthony W. Thornton, Jack Saad, Jamie Clayton. Measuring the critical attributes of AM powders. Metal Powder Report February 2019
Jack Saad, Ning Li, N.M. El Zahar, Erik R.E. van der Hage, Michael G. Bartlett. Alkylamine ion-pairing reagents and the chromatographic separation of oligonucleotides. Journal of Chromatography A
Volume 1580, 14 December 2018, Pages 110-119