Tell me.....Is it possible to directly add a sample to an Agilent 7010 mass detector?
Agilent offers the GCQQQ model 7010b with a Gas Chromatograph for sample introduction. I am not aware of a direct introduction interface. I have updated the tags on this post for better visibility.
Thank you. I know that Shimazu has it. But I need agilent for the contest
What about TSP (Thermal Separation probe)?
As jorivero mentioned, I found the product brochure.
If this is for presales, I would suggest asking your sales rep as they can supply you with all the options available.
It is interesting! But I meant something else. Immediately in ms like a shimazu. For example DPiMS-2020:
The only entiere Agilent portafolio option is the new QUICK Probe system. link here
The other option is a 3rd party over our 5977B. In this link you have information.
Diablo 5000B Real-Time Gas Analyzer – Mass Spectrometer
I hope you help with it.
It depends what do you need to analyze.
Agilent offers different configurations and all of them depends on application.
If you you can post the details of the application you wanna run i can probably help you.
thank you. It would be interesting to hear your opinion. But we want to win a competition in which the customer says what he wants. They want gh / ms / ms with direct inputs to ms like shimazu. And we want to offer them Agilent7010b, but Agilent7010b does not have direct input to ms. And in this place we lose against the shimazu. Although the analysis is simple, the definition of organic matter and screening of toxins
I can see that many have provided you alternative solutions for direct sample introduction and you expressed to be interested only in conventional direct insertion of the sample.
There are two solutions for this and I have added details below. Note that I recommend Thermal Separation Probe as it gives multiple benefits ranging from cost perspective to ease of use, biggest one being able to split sample before MS to avoid contaminating it when concentrations are very high or unknown.
First, in case you don't have front end GC and just want to run MS as standalone then you could build a custom circuit box to heat up the interface and simply introduce the sample through that. Second, and more commercial solution, is to go to third party vendor called SIM who does manufacture Direct Inlet Probe interfaces that can be fitted with this unit. Below you'll find a link to their website.
I am not against TSP, but if I understood correctly, there is a column after the probe?The fact is that we want to win a competition according to customer requirements. And according to the documentation they have three quadrupole gh / ms with direct input like shimazu. Agilent 7010b does not fit the requirements, but the agilent line does not have direct entry systems other than QUICK Probe systems. But it is designed for 5977b. I took the information from the Agilent website.If we selected for ourselves or made for the customer, then of course the solution would be with TSP or QUICK Probe, but the situation is different.But I'm interested in the device from SIM you are talking about. And it comes to us. Thank you very much !
TSP is installed to top of the inlet and you can either install traditional column or just a restrictor (column without stationary phase), which gives you a lot of flexibility in methodology. Latter setup has been used with GC-QTOF to showcase introduction of compound with molecular weight ~2.7k.
Depending on how customer requirements were written you can either go with TSP or have to select DIP from SIM.
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