SC Johnson Integrated Science Lab Instruments
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GCMS (Gas Chromatograph-Mass Spectrometry) is used to separate, deconstruct and characterize relatively volatile or lower boiling point compounds using their mass number.
LCMS (Liquid Chromatograph-Mass Spectrometry) is used to separate, deconstruct and characterize volatile and higher boiling point compounds using their mass number.
UV 2600 is a spectrometer to measure color and quantitate compounds.
The HPLC (High performance Liquid Chromatograph) is used for separation and analysis of non-volatile and higher boiling point compounds.
Flame AA (Atomic Absorption) is used for elemental analysis, for example, calcium, zinc, iron, etc.
FTIR (Fourier Transform Infrared Spectrometer) is used to detect molecule functional groups and finger prints.
UV 1280 is a spectrometer to measure color and quantitate compounds for water analysis.
There are several Thermal Analyzers which are used to measure heat which is used to characterize and quantitate materials.
XRD (X-Ray diffractometer) is used to analyze surfaces of materials for composition.
RF 6000 Fluorescence Spectrometer measures glow in molecules and used to identify and quantitate compounds after inducing them to emit photons.
GC2014 (Gas Chromatograph) with FID and TCD is used for separation of relatively lower boiling point and volatile compounds chemical for analysis, using Flame Ionization (FID) or Thermal Conductivity (TCD) detection.