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Director: Dr. Kym Faull
Phone: 310-206-7881
Room Number:1440
Building: Molecular Science Building

The technique of mass spectrometry is used for the structural determination and quantification of a wide variety of organic and inorganic compounds. The power of mass
spectrometry is unique because it provides precise measurements of molecular mass of a vast range of compounds types presented in any form. These measurements can be made with extraordinary accuracy on miniscule amounts of material.

The Pasarow Spectrometry Laboratory is jointly supported by the Departments of Chemistry and Biochemistry (College of Letters and Sciences) and Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences (Medical School) is housed in a newly constructed Molecular Sciences Building. The facility contains seven different instruments, which collectively represents a wide range of capabilities for mass measuring molecules in excess of 100,000 daltons in molecular weight.

The following equipment is presently available:

    · 2 ZAB-SE (VG Analytical) magnetic spector mass spectrometers
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    1 Autospec (VG Analytical) magnetic sector mass spectrometer
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    1 Sciex API III triple quadruple mass spectrometer equipped with an electrospray ion source and an API gradient HPLC system
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    1 HP 5985B quadruple gas chromatograph/mass spectrometer
    · 1 HP MSD GC/MS instrument for GC/EI applications
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    1 Perspective Biosystems Voyager Elite laser desorption time -of-flight mass spectrometer
 

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