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Queen's University

New Equipment

Research Partnerships 

Dr Allison Rutter and Dr Barb Zeeb


The ASU has recently acquired use of a new 6890 N GC with an electron capture detector (ECD) and a 5975 mass selective detector. This equipment belongs to Dr Barb Zeeb (Royal Military College - RMC) and will be maintained and used by both the ASU and Barb Zeebs graduate and undergraduate students working on a variety of different research topics. 


6890 GC with 5975 MSD and ECD



What is GCMS and what is it used for?



Agilent 5975 MSD Details 








Civil Engineering at Queens University and the ASU

In 2013 the ASU assisted Dr Kevin Mumford (Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science) in his decision to purchase a GC with FID, ECD and TCD detectors. An Agilent 7890B GC with a 'high end' GC Sampler 80 auto-sampler was obtained through the RFP process. The auto-sampler fully automates solid phase micro extraction (SPME) techniques.


This instrument is housed in the Kingston ASU laboratory and is used by Dr Mumfords students and by ASU staff.     






LINK to: Dr Kevin Mumford at the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science



With the addition of a thermal conductivity detector (TCD) to the other GC detectors used at the ASU, we now have the capability to test for some simple gases (such as methane and CO2).





Analytical Services Unit June 2014


Kingston, Ontario, Canada. K7L 3N6. 613.533.2000