Within the Mass Spectrometry Learning Center, the Resource Library is where you can connect to all of our different educational, technical, and other learning materials by application and resource type. This includes our numerous application notes, technical notes, webinars, videos, and posters.
Mass spectrometry spectral libraries for the clinical research and forensic toxicology, and for the food safety and environmental testing communities, are also available. These libraries contain mass spectrometry databases of hundreds of compounds typically encountered during testing.
Toxicology spectral library
Over 900 compounds of interest are provided in this mass spec library for testing of prescription drugs, drugs of abuse, and toxins.
Food safety and environmental library
Over 1,600 compounds of interest are provided in this mass spec library for testing of pesticides, contaminants, veterinary drugs, mycotoxins, and perfluorinated chemicals (PFCs).
To start browsing our content mass spec library by specific mass spectrometry technology or application, scroll down this page and click on a library collection.
Our collection of GC-MS resources includes complete sample workflows for small molecules, aromatics and volatiles, as well as troubleshooting tips and data analysis methods. Choices in stationary compounds, capillary columns, inlet types, injection modes and carrier gases are presented and discussed in our selected videos, application notes, posters, webinars and more.
Browse our wide range of LC-MS resources and workflows for environmental, forensic toxicology, pharma and biopharma, clinical research, food and beverage, metabolomics and proteomics applications. Learn more about LC-MS technology, sample prep and troubleshooting, and how generated mass spectra data can be analyzed and interpreted following experimental runs.