Scientific Instrumentation Service

SIC-EEZ

The mission
The primary mission of the Scientific Instrumentation Service (SIS) consists in providing support to the EEZ research groups in the conduct of qualitative and quantitative analytical measurements using chromatographic and mass spectrometric techniques. The SIS offers a variety of established analytical protocols for compounds that of central interest to groups at the EEZ. Although responding to the internal demand of analysis is a priority, analysis for external entities can also be conducted. In addition, members of the SIS can provide advice on different aspects of analytical sciences and open to develop novel protocols for the analysis of other compounds.


Staff
Responsible Scientist of the Service: Dr. Tino Krell

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Scientist responsible for HPLC-MS: Dr. Lourdes Sánchez Moreno

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Scientist responsible for GC-MS: Dr. Rafael Núñez Gómez

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Scientist responsible for ICP-OES: Dra. Miryam Rojas Gómez 958 18 16 00 EXT 139 / 121

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Technician ICP-OES: Virginia Cuéllar Maldonado

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List of compounds that can be analyzed [Spanish] (.PDF)

Instruments

High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC)

Mass spectrometry

  • Gas chromatography instrument equipped with mass spectrometer (GC/MS) model Varian 450-GC 240 MS

Optical Emission Spectrometry

New Instruments

Financed by grants from the Spanish Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities the following two new instruments will be incorporated into the service during 2019:

  1. An Isothermal Titration Calorimeter that permits the determination of the complete set of thermodynamic binding parameters between two ligands in a single experiment.
  2. An Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Spectrometer for the study of different radicals.

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