Polymeric Materials Analysis by JEOL Mass Spectrometers - A Guidebook -

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Polymeric Materials Analysis by JEOL Mass Spectrometers - A Guidebook -

Mass spectrometry (MS) is a method that can perform qualitative and quantitative analyses of polymers and additives contained in polymeric materials by ionizing them and analyzing their molecular masses. There are multiple ionization methods, mass spectrometer types, and data analysis technologies, and it is possible to obtain more comprehensive information by combining them.
In this guidebook, we will introduce polymeric material analysis solutions that make full use of JEOL's high performance mass spectrometers.

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  • Overview of various analytical methods and instruments

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Introduction

  • GC-MS
    • Gas Chromatography / Mass Spectrometry (GC/MS)
    • Flow of polymeric material analysis using gas chromatograph - mass spectrometer (GC-MS)

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  • Sample preparation devices for GC-MS
  • Direct sample introduction

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  • Ionization methods
    • Proper choice of various ionization methods for GC-MS

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  • Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption/Ionization (MALDI)
  • DART™ (Direct Analysis in Real Time)

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Applications

  • JMS-TQ4000GC UltraQuad™ TQ
    JMS-Q1600GC UltraQuad™ SQ-Zeta
    • EGA and pyrolysis analysis of PET resin using a pyrolyzer
    • Thermal desorption analysis of additives in PVC resin using a pyrolyzer
    • Rapid analysis of an antioxidant (Irganox MD 1024) using direct sample introduction (DEP) (MSTips No. 278)

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  • Ultraviolet (UV) degradation analysis of styrene foam using a pyrolyzer (MSTips No. 257)
  • EGA of polystyrene under oxidative atmosphere with TG (MSTips No. 320)

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  • JMS-T2000GC AccuTOF™ GC-Alpha
    • Integrated analysis of acrylic resin using a pyrolyzer (MSTips No. 300)

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  • Foreign substance analysis in PP/PE copolymer using a pyrolyzer (MSTips No. 330)

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  • Thermal analysis of fluorocarbon polymer using TG-MS (MSTips No. 249)
  • Thermal pyrolysis analysis of antioxidant additive by TG-MS. (MSTips No. 250)

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  • Polymer Analysis by FD and Kendrick Mass Defect (KMD) Analysis

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  • JMS-S3000 SpiralTOF™-plus 2.0
    • Confirmation of molecular weight distribution of high-molecularweight polymers
    • High resolution analysis of polymers over wide mass range

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  • End group analysis of polymers

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  • Analysis of an anionic surfactant (MSTips No. 333)
  • Gel permeation chromatography (GPC) combined with MALDI-TOFMS (MSTips No. 269)

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  • Analysis of copolymers
  • Differential analysis of 2 polymer samples

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  • Mass spectrometry imaging of polymeric materials
  • Degradation analysis of polymer surface (Applications Note HS05)

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  • Analysis of a mixture of additives
  • Analysis of high molecular weight hindered amine light stabilizers

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  • JMS-T100LP AccuTOF™ LC-Express + DART™
    • Sample introduction method
    • Direct analysis of a mixture sample of additives
    • Direct analysis of phthalates in polyvinyl chloride (PVC) resin

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  • Direct analysis of brominated flame retardants added to high impact polystyrene (MSTips No. 287)
  • Direct analysis of oligomers

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  • End group analysis of high-molecular-weight, insoluble polymer by combining DART™ and thermal desorption/pyrolysis device
  • Analysis of Organic Contaminant on Metal Surface (MSTips No. D030)

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