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    CMCA@Bayliss, (M313), Bayliss Building, University of Western Australia, 35 Stirling Highway, Perth WA 6009


Equipments Details


The Thermo Fusion Orbitrap is a fast, ultra-high-resolution mass spectrometer. Its design permits users the depth of analysis, resulting in analysing even the most challenging low-abundance, high-complexity or difficult samples to identify more compounds faster, quantify more accurately and elucidate structures more thoroughly.

The Tribrid architecture, with an independent ion-routing multipole controlled Dynamic Scan Management, enables massive parallelisation, significantly increases scan rates and maximises versatility. Any of three dissociation techniques – CID, HCD and ETD – can be performed at any fragmentation stage, followed by analysis in either the linear ion trap or Orbitrap mass analyser.

Research technique

  • Electrospray ionisation (ESI)
  • Atmospheric pressure chemical ionisation (APCI)
  • Collision Induced Disassociation (CID)
  • Higher energy Collision Disassociation (HCD)
  • Electron Transfer Disassociation (ETD)


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