The UNC Department of Chemistry Mass Spectrometry facility specializes in small molecule analysis. Our services include, but are not limited to, quantitative mass spectrometry, liquid chromatography separations, fragmentation and structural elucidation mass spectrometry, complex mixture analysis, high resolution and accurate mass analysis, and MALDI ionization. Our facility provides individualized user training for undergraduate, graduate, and post-doctoral scholars in the Department of Chemistry.
Additionally, we aim to provide the highest quality mass spectrometric services possible to members of the UNC Chapel Hill Department of Chemistry, UNC campus community and surrounding Research Triangle area.
There are two possible mechanisms for having samples analyzed in our facility. Samples can be submitted for analysis on a fee for service basis or students can run their own samples, following required training, on our instrumentation.
UPLC separations or direct infusion applications
High resolution, accurate mass determination of volatiles via our Exactive GC system
Solution based; direct infusion; laser ablation
Quantitative LC-MS analysis
Chemical Research Instrumentation Teaching and Core Laboratories (CRITCL) Mass Spectrometry facility has not received any reviews.
Chemical Research Instrumentation Teaching and Core Laboratories (CRITCL) Mass Spectrometry facility has not received any endorsements.