Gas Chromatography (GC-Mass)

Agilent Technologies

 

Application of the device

Identification and determination of volatile substances like (plant essential oils that have low boiling points) or substances which become volatile by combination with certain reagents or solvents, measurement of herbicides and pesticides, measurement of pollutants in industrial effluents and wastewater, determination of molecular weight and mass spectrum of organic compounds, determination of the structure of organic compounds in oil and petrochemical industries.

 

Abstract of the application of the device

In GC-MS, the components of a mixture are separated by a chromatographic column, respectively, and after removing the carrier gas, they enter the ionization source of the mass spectrometer. Then, by generating powerful electric fields, quantitative and qualitative identification of the components of the mixture based on the ratio of electric charge to their mass is performed. In order to measure the industrial organic compounds dispersed in the air with the help of gas chromatography, volatile and semi-volatile compounds can be separated from each other with high accuracy and accurate quantitative and qualitative structural information about the compounds can be obtained by mass spectrometry. Also, this device is widely used to identify the concentration and type of organic compounds in samples of water, soil, food and wastewater, which can include a variety of toxins, drugs, etc.

 

Cost of the test

Other universities and research centers

(Per sample)

SEMUMS

(Per sample)

350000

Up to 5 samples

Gas chromatography

(GC)

250000

Up to 5 samples

Gas chromatography

(GC)

300000

More than 5 samples

 

200000

More than 5 samples

800000

Up to 3 samples

Gas chromatography with mass detector (Mass)

700000

Up to 3 samples

Gas chromatography with mass detector (Mass)

700000

More than 3 samples

600000

More than 3 samples