JEOL Single Quad with NETZSCH TGA/STA-GC-MS

NETZSCH Instruments North America is now offering the JEOL Q1500 Single Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer as part of the NETZSCH integrated Thermal Analysis GC-MS system. The partnership of the two companies provides a unique analytical solution for measuring chemical reactions under increased temperatures. The coupling of the JEOL Q1500 Single Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer and the NETZSCH STA 2500 Regulus Integrated Thermal Analysis system provides precise identification of mass changes and gas species evolving from chemical reactions at elevated temperatures.

Single Quad with the STA 2500 Regulas

The STA/TGA-GC-MS coupling system (STA = Simultaneous Thermal Analysis, TGA = Thermogravimetric Analysis,) enables software-controlled gas sampling and gas injection at short intervals. Simultaneous thermal analysis refers to the simultaneous application of two or more thermoanalytical methods to the same sample in one instrument, or simultaneous measurement of the mass changes and caloric effects on a sample under thermal treatment. The transformation energetics and mass change are obtained on one sample in one run, and the time required for the tests is cut in half. This eliminates effects of measurement conditions and/or sample preparation.

The 5th-generation JEOL JMS-Q1500GC Single-Quad Mass Spectrometer is equipped with the largest hyperbolic quadrupoles in its class, providing superb ion transmission for much larger ion volumes, resulting in a wide dynamic range. The Q1500 offers the highest scan-mode sensitivity of commercially available quadrupole spectrometers, and the system also supports selected-ion monitoring (SIM) and scan/SIM modes.

Applications include:

  • Food
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Cosmetics
  • Materials
  • Polymers
  • Biomass.
Learn more about the NETZSCH STA 2500 Regulus

DISCLAIMER: The NETZSCH STA 2500 Regulus is offered by NETZSCH. Please refer to their website for further information on this product and how to purchase.

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