GC-MS is used for the detection, identification, and quantification of small, semi-volatile and volatile organic compounds.
Ideal for detection, identification and quantification of targeted semi-volatile and volatile organic compounds. High throughput, reproducible, easy to use.
Analysis for GC-MS data is supported by the following software:
Access to the above software is available on a PC in 301-515 or on the Small molecules Virtual Machine.
Email Githal Arachchige for all enquiries related to small molecule GC-MS.
- User need to do sample prep themselve and provide SPME fibre if doing SPME
- Data analysis, data management, and quality of data are solely the responsibility of the user.
Small, volatile or semi-volatile molecules only. We are not an accredited lab so any findings cannot be used as official diagnostic tools, food safety measures, or quality assurance testing.
Per sample costing. Contact Githal Arachchige for details.
University of Auckland students and staff..
The GC-MS facility is housed on the Main Campus in the School of Chemical Sciences (Building 301).
Training can be booked through the iLab booking system
Contact Githal Arachchige for Booking.