High-resolution mass spectrometry (HRMS)

High-resolution mass spectrometry (HRMS) is an analytical technique for determining the exact molecular masses of various compounds. The high accuracy makes HRMS ideal for the identification of molecular structures, ranging from small organic molecules to large biological macromolecules.

Sample requirements:

  • Information regarding the solubility of the sample in common high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) solvents (e.g., H2O, methanol, acetonitrile) or other solvents should be provided.

  • 0.1% formic acid is used as an additive in the test. It is essential to confirm the sample's stability in this acid.

  • Providing the expected molecular weight of the analyte(s) and molecular structure of the sample as a ChemDraw file is beneficial.

Measurement details:

  • Scans can be performed in both positive (+ve) and negative (-ve) ion modes.

  • An ACQUITY RDa Detector is utilized for detection.

Suitable sample matrices
Organic compounds, inorganic compounds, oligomers, biomolecules
Required sample quantity
50 mg
Typical turnaround time
2 weeks after receiving the samples
Available quality systems
Measurlabs validated method
Device types


Price per sample (Excl. VAT):
250 €

We also charge a 97 € service fee per order.

Large batches of samples are eligible for discounts.

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