TG-DTA/MS

TG-MS is a hyphenated technology composed of simultaneous thermal analysis (STA) combined with mass spectrometry (MS) through an interface system. This technique is suitable for the qualitative analysis of the kinds of gases evolved in response to the sample heated in the STA. Nowaday, TG-MS has become increasingly popular in the analytical laboratory.

Description

On the other hand, the data quality, performance, analytical accuracy and sensitivity depend remarkably on the interface structure. The skimmer-type interface (Patented) Rigaku developed has solved the potential problems and limitations of the conventional capillary type interface and can be heated up to the maximum operating temperature of the module as well as the sample.
Also, fragment-free method during ionization in MS is one of the effective methods to distinguish the evolved mixture gases generated simultaneously in real-time. ThermoMassPhoto is equipped with fragment-free photoionization (PI) method (Patented), and the PI method is selectable with conventional electron ionization (EI).

Features

Selective modes according to the purpose of measurement

  • Detection over a mass range from hydrogen to m/z 410 with high sensitivity
  • Detection of unexpectedly evolved gas with high sensitivity
  • Concurrent measurement by dynamic TG and MS allows separation of complicated reactions as well
  • Interface rich in originality
  • All in one design

Specifications

Differential thermo balance Horizontal differential thermogravimetric-differential thermal analyzer (TG-DTA)
Skimmer-type Interface Principle Jet separator principle installed within the electric furnace
Material Quartz type
Temperature range Room temperature to 1,000°C
Mass spectrometer Mass detector Quadrupole type
Mass range m/z 1 – 410
Minimum detection pressure 1.5 x 10-12 Pa or less
Detector Channeltron electron multiplier (CEM)
Measurement mode TIC scan, SIM (maximum 16 channels), partial pressure mode (10 types)
Ionization method (arbitrarily selected) Electron impact ionization (EI) 20 – 70 eV, Photoionization (PI)
Exhaust system Turbo molecular pump 58 l/s (He), Rotary pump (External) 135 l/min

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