HPLC QTOF MS

Equipment



HPLC QTOF MS
Agilent
1260 Infinity

HPLC coupled QTOF MS (reverse phase) used for separation of chemical reactions and identification of unknowns

 

Reverse phase conditions only (Acetonitirle, isopropanol, methanol, water).

Equipped with a diode array detector capable of monitoring 8 wavelengths at once between 190 – 640 nm.

ESI+ and ESI- modes possible

2011

Research Facility



Hallett-Tapley Lab for Nanomaterial Photocatalysis
St. Francis Xavier University
Antigonish
Nova Scotia (NS)

We are currently investigating a variety of photocatalytically-induced organic transformations using nanoparticle-doped perovskite structures using both UV and visible light sources. We are primarily focused on using more economical means of excitation, with a large focus on the exploitation of LED photoreactors in our experimental procedures. We are actively examining the effect of a variety of experimental variables in these reactions, including substituents, nanoparticle dopants and perovskite structure. As of late, we have become increasing intrigued by the guest-host interactions of layered perovskite materials and the positive influence these materials may have on the overall photocatalytic efficiency.

  • Biomedical
  • Chemistry and Biochemistry
  • Environmental and Earth Sciences
  • Biomedical
  • Chemical Industries
  • Clean Technology
  • Energy (Renewable and Fossil)
  • Environmental Technologies and Related Services
  • Life Sciences, Pharmaceuticals and Medical Equipment

Contacts



Geniece Hallett-Tapley Primary Contact
9028673918
Assistant Professor

Date submitted: Wed, Aug 15, 2018 3:30 PM
Date updated: Wed, Aug 15, 2018 3:35 PM

2018-08-15T15:35:12+00:00