Department of Chemistry, University of Wyoming
Biodetection and Mass Spectrometry Laboratory is located in the Physical Sciences Bldg room 444
Mass Spectrometry Instrumentation Lab is located in the Physical Sciences Bldg room 317.
Our Biodetection and Mass Spectrometry Laboratory has adjacent offices for graduate students. We are equipped with instrumentation and computing facilities to conduct a wide range of analytical MS measurements. Our laboratory also has an in-house microbiology lab (Biosafety Level 2) where we maintain and produce a wide range of bacterial and viral samples for MS biodetection research.
Quadrupole ion trap mass spectrometer (LCQ Classic, Finnigan) interfaced with a 2-Dimmensional LC system (Ultimate-Switchos-Famos, LC Packings).
Ionization sources available:
Electrospray Ionization (ESI)
MALDI Time-of-Flight MS (Voyager DE STR, Applied Biosystems)
Kindly donated by Dr. Dale Patterson of LifeTech (Applied Biosystems)
Gas Chromatograph-Mass Spectrometer (Electron Ionization & Chemical Ionization, single quadrupole MS)
with liquid, SPME and head-space injection capabilities (TriPLus autosampler with DSQ, Thermo)
(Funds: NSF CAREER award, 2008)
Microwave radiation heating/microwave flow cell
MS Instrumentation Lab in PS 317
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