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Agilent 6890N / 5975B GCMS consisting of: Agilent 6890N GC with EPC Split / Splitless and FID, Agilent 5975B MSD with EI ionization source, Agilent 7683B autoinjector, Edwards ultra high vacuum pump, PC, software (ChemStation and base I NIST.L data sets) and manuals. Year 2007. It is in use with regular maintenance. Recent autotunning available.
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Range of mass-between 1.6 and 800 amu in steps of 0.1 amu. Scan speed: max. Of 5200 amu / s with resolution of 0.1 amu. Sensitivity: the typical performance for 1pg of Octafluoronaphthalene yields a signal-to-noise ratio better than 20:1 in a range of mass scanning from 50-300 amu. SIM mode: monitors up to 30 masses at a time. Up to 50 groups of 30 masses.