The mass spectrometry facility is housed in a 1000 sq ft laboratory located in the UMSL Research Building (R003). In addition to the mass spectrometers described below, there are areas for data processing, instrument maintenance, parts storage and sample preparation.  The instrumentation is used primarily for support of research and teaching in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, however in years past the MS facility has been a resource for the local business or members of the academic community which lack this instrumentation..  For more information contact Mr. Joseph Kramer: Tel: (314) 516-5120; e-mail: kramerj@umsl.eduMass Spec Form

 Joe at Maldi console

Joe Kramer at the Maldi Micro MX by Micromass/Waters.  This has a mass range >60,000 and resolution 50  µmass.

GCMS

Hewlett Packard GC/MS System Model 5988A 

For routine mass spectral analysis following capillary column gas chromatography (GC) separation with:

Work stations for data processing and library spectral searching

M Station

JEOL MStation [JMS-700] Mass Spectrometer

(supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation) 
A high-performance magnetic sector mass spectrometer for both high and low resolution mass spectral analysis equipped for:

LC-MS

Shimadzu 2010A LCMS

Bruker Maxis Plus (maXis HD) quadrupole time-of-flight mass spectrometer and UHPLC.  It comes with Electrospray ionization, atmospheric pressure photoionization and a solids probe for ionizing solids directly. It can do m/delta m = 60,000 and collect up to 20 spectra per sec. (Available in Dr. Bythell’s Lab)