The Agilent GC-MS with EI is your go-to instrument in terms of sensitivity, retention time repeatability, high throughput (up to 100 vials ALS) and reliability for the analysis of a wide range of volatile and semivolatile compounds.
The EI ionization enables matching the obtained MS spectra to a library of spectra for quick compound identification.
- The GC is coupled with a 7683 AutoSampler with a 100 vial tray capacity.
- Split/splitless injection is possible.
- The GC is equipped with a DB-5MS column: non-polar with low bleed characteristics, 30m length, 0.250mm diameter, 0.25um film thickness, temperature limits -60 to 325 degrees celsius.
- The GC is interfaced to a single quadrupole 5973 inert MSD with a mass range of 1.6 - 800 Da.
- Scan and SIM (single ion monitoring) modes are available with positive ion detection.
- The software used is MSD ChemStation D.01.00 Build 75.
The facility has five instruments to cover for a wide range of applications, from high resolution mass determination of large organic molecules, to separation, quantitation and identification of organic compounds with a number of sample introduction options ionization sources and analyzer types to allow analysis over a large mass range from small molecules to large proteins and for different compound chemistries.
The instruments currently in the facility are:
- GC-MS (EI) with a quadrupole analyser
- GC- MS (EI/CI) with a quadrupole analyser
- HPLC-UV/VIS with options for normal and reverse chromatography
- HPLC-UV/VIS-MS (TOF) with Dual ESI and APPI ionization sources
The TOF (time of flight) analyser provides high sensitivity and resolution for accurate mass determination of small and large organic molecules. Normal or reverse phase chromatography options.
- CE-UV/VIS with option for coupling to the MS (TOF)
Reverse phase chromatography columns are available for use in the HPLC-UV/MS applications. The full list is available on the website.
Potential users of the facility are encouraged to meet with the operator prior to training to discuss the scope and nature of their work to determine the most appropriate instrument choice.
- Biological and Life Sciences
- Chemistry and Biochemistry
- Engineering - Agricultural, Forest, Environmental, Mining, Mineral
- Engineering - Chemical, Nuclear, Other
- Environmental and Earth Sciences
- Marine/Ocean Sciences
- Medical Sciences
- Agriculture, Animal Science and Food
- Chemical Industries
- Clean Technology
- Consumer Non-Durables
- Energy (Renewable and Fossil)
- Environmental Technologies and Related Services
- Fisheries and Aquaculture
- Forestry and Forest-Based Industries
- Health Care and Social Services
- Life Sciences, Pharmaceuticals and Medical Equipment
- Mining, Minerals and Metals
- Ocean Industries
Date submitted: Wed, Sep 19, 2018 4:20 PM
Date updated: Thu, Sep 20, 2018 1:38 AM