4000 Q-Trap Liquid Chromatograph-Mass Spectrometer
Applied Biosystems’ 4000 Q TRAP LCMS/MS System is a premier hybrid triple quadrupole/linear ion trap mass spectrometer. The unit combines true triple quadrupole scan modes with sensitive ion trap scans in a single LC/MS/MS run. With the 4000 Q Trap researchers can achieve results that previously required multiple analyses on multiple MS platforms. The 4000 Q TRAP is ideal for chemical structure elucidation including protein identification.
The Thermo Scientific Nicolet 8700 FT-IR spectrometer performs advanced FT-IR spectroscopy experiments including step-scan. Step-scan eliminates Fourier modulation interference encountered in the conventional, continuous-scan FT-IR and allows measurements to be made as an explicit function of time, phase, or space. Typical applications of step-scan FT-IR can be classified into two primary categories: time-resolved spectroscopy (TRS) for studying fast kinetic processes, and phase-resolved spectroscopy (PRS) for modulation experiments.
The SM301 is a versatile, high performance PbS/PbSe array spectrometer. Its active components include a TE cooler and a 256-element PbS detector element array. Operation of the unit for research applications. The system is ideal for spectroscopic applications in the 1.0 to 3.0 micron (PbS) region.
SYNAPT is a high resolution discovery MALDI MS platform for imaging, biological research and chemical materials characterization, combining supreme performance with powerful workflows and unparalleled experimental versatility.
High Performance, Accurate Mass MALDI MS/MS
High Definition Imaging (HDI) MALDI workflows
Wide Range of Experimental Options
Ultimate UPLC/MS/MS Performance
Upgrade to multiple dimensions of resolution
Series 6890/5973 Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry Hewlett-Packard’s GCMS (6890/5973) is a state-of-the-art instrument capable of separating, identifying and quantifying compounds in complex mixture by gas chromatography and mass spectrometry. This particular instrument is used to separate and identify molecules in the range of 0-800 amu.
LAS-X II laser particle counting spectrometers combine ultra-high sensitivity and great resolution with unprecedented flexibility. The user can select both the number and particle sizes for up to 100 channels, along with any flow rate from 10-100 sccm.
An internal Windows®-based PC controls the spectrometer, providing all the familiar features associated with your personal PC. A 30 GB hard drive, USB keyboard with touchpad, and a 10" color LCD display are included, along with Ethernet and USB ports, 3.5" and CD drives, plus on-board Excel software for data analysis.