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GCMS-QP2010 SE Gas Chromatograph Mass Spectrometer

The GCMS-QP2010SE is our advanced standard gas chromatograph mass spectrometer. It combines the benefits of economy, simple operation and enhanced performance. The enhanced maximum column flow enables a variety of columns to be selected. Productivity and sample throughput can be dramatically increased. Ecology mode saves power and carrier gas consumption allowing for a lower cost of ownership and less environmental stress.
 

GCMS-QP2010 Systems Offer Versatile Functions and Ease of Use

  • Column Flow Up to 4 mL/min and Variety of Column Selection
  • Analytical Method Transfer Available
  • Enables Direct Sample Injection (DI) and Easy Expandability without Any Changes to the GC

A DI Probe (Optional) enables users to easily obtain a mass spectrum in analysis of high-concentration samples. In addition, it can offer easy qualitative analysis without setting analytical parameters of the gas chromatograph.

The mass spectral search function makes it possible to identify compounds easily.A variety of public libraries such as NIST and Wiley can be used; original private libraries are also available

  • Determination of Aroma Compounds in Edible Oils by GC / MS

    In this study, determination of aroma compounds in cooking oils by Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry (GCMS) is included.

    Instrument: Shimadzu GC-2010 Plus Gas Chromatograph
     

  • GC-MS Analysis of Phtalates: Comparison of GC Stationary Phase Performance

    Phthalates are ubiquitous in the environment and have attracted attention due to their potential adverse impact on human health. For this reason, detection and separation of phthalates has become a necessity. In this study, Restek Pro EZGC gas chromatographic modeling software was employed to determine the optimal stationary phases and conditions for phthalate GC-MS analysis. 

    System: Shimadzu GCMS-QP2010 Plus Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry System (GCMS)

  • Analysis of styrene leached from polystyrene cups using GCMS coupled with Headspace (HS) sampler

    Styrene is considered as possible human carcinogen by the WHO and International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC). Migration of styrene from polystyrene cups containing beverages has been observed. The objective of this study is to develop a sensitive, selective, accurate and reliable method for styrene determination using GCMS-HS to assess the risk involved in using polystyrene cups.

    Instrument: Shimadzu GCMS-QP2010 Plus Gas Chromatograph Mass Spectrometry System (GCMS) coupled with HS-20 Headspace Sampler

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