Gas Chromatograph-Quadruple Mass Spectrometer

Shimadzu QP5050-GC-17

Shimadzu QP5050-GC-17

Shimadzu GC/MS system is ideal for analyses of volatile low-molecular weight compounds and their mixtures by electron ionization and chemical ionization, and quantitative analyses.

  • Analyses of volatile low-molecular weight (up to 800 Da) compounds (gases, PCBs, drugs, antibiotics, essential oils, explosives, steroids, etc.) by electron ionization and chemical ionization.
  • Analyses of mixtures.
  • Quantitative analyses
Manufacturer: Shimadzu
Results from  Shimadzu QP5050-GC-17 Gas Chromatograph-Quadruple Mass Spectrometer

  • "The detection of nicotine in a Late Mayan period flask by gas chromatography and liquid chromatography mass spectrometry methods", Zagorevski D.V., Loughmiller-Newman J.A., Rapid Commun. Mass Spectrom., 4, 403-11, 2012.
  • "Antimicrobial effects of positively charged, conductive electrospun polymer fibers", S. Bhattacharya, D. Kim, S. Gopal, A. Tice, K. Lang, J. S. Dordick, J. L. Plawsky, R. J. Linhardt, Materials Science and Engineering C, submitted, 2020.
Equipment Rates & Fees
  RPI Users External Nonprofit External Industry External Industry Partners
Standard $39 $64 $128 $115
Assisted $78 $128 $257 $231
Training $69 $114 $227 $204
  RPI Users External Nonprofit External Industry External Industry Partners
Personnel Time $60 $99 $197 $178

Valid through July 31, 2022. Rates are hourly unless specified otherwise and are subject to change without further notice.

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