Shimadzu LC-MS 2010
The Shimadzu LCMS 2010 is a single quadrupole mass spectrometer with an upper mass limit of 2000 dalton. The LC system includes a dual wavelength UV-Vis detector between the pumps and the mass spectrometer. Sample solutions are normally introduced via a loop injection, either manually, or by use of the autosampler. Flow rates from few microliters to a ml per minute can be used. The system includes interchangeable API sources: ESI and APCI, and can be operated in either positive ion or negative ion mode. The system can be used in the following configurations:
HPLC/MS (ESI or APCI)
HPLC/UV-Vis/MS (ESI or APCI)
This is a student operated instrument, located in 1238 Hach Hall. Before training, students are required to read through the training manual. Enquiries should be directed to Dr. Kamel Harrata. Phone 515-294-4392 (office), 515-294-5544 (lab).
This instrument is intended to be used by students and other researchers. Staff will provide trainingand some initial methods development assistance. The hourly rates are listed below. NOTE: There is a minimum billable increment of one hour.
|User Category||Instrument Charge||Staff Assistance|
|non-ISU academic users||$32.25||$38.70|
Shimadzu LCMS2010 Resources