||The main library contains spectra for 191,436 general compounds, and 219,743 of these spectra are registered in a sub-library.
||This library contains spectra for 592,000 general compounds (The 9th edition)
|MPW Drug Library
||This library contains spectra for 8650 compounds, including drugs, poisons, pesticides and environmental pollutants.
||This is a library containing mass spectra for 578 compounds measured using the electron ionization (EI) method and 383 compounds measured using the negative chemical ionization (NCI) method. Highly reliable identification is possible using the mass spectra of the EI and NCI modes together. The library also includes a method for analyzing pesticide residues in food and tap water.
|FFNSC (Flavor and Fragrance Natural and Synthetic Compounds) Library
||This is a library for 3000 flavor and fragrance compounds. The library contains mass spectra as well as retention indices. The use of retention indices makes it possible to perform effective similarity search even for samples containing isomers and much matrix. The mass spectra and retention indices registered in the FFNSC GC/MS Library were obtained using the Shimadzu GCMS-QP2010.
|GC/MS Metabolites Spectral Database
||This mass spectral library consists of EI mass spectra and retention indices for 3 categories of metabolite compounds – amino acids (EZ:faastTM derivatives), fatty acids (methyl ester derivatives), and organic acids and amino acids (trimethylsilyl derivatives). The retention indices for fatty acid methyl esters can also be used with the CI mass spectral library. Use of the retention index provides much greater identification reliability, since mass spectra of homologous compounds are typically very similar.
|GC/MS Forensic Toxicological Database
||The Shimadzu GC/MS Forensic Toxicological Database contains spectra for 502 forensic and toxicology-related compounds, including abused drugs, psychoneurotic and other drug medicines, pesticides, etc., and 1011 mass spectra including free-, TMS-, and TFA-body types.
The information registered in the analysis method file and mass spectral library for similarity search can be used to identify target compounds from retention times and mass spectra.
|SMART Forensic Database
||This database is registered with a total of 201 forensic toxicological substances often involved in poisonings, such as drugs of abuse, psychotropic drugs, pharmaceuticals and pesticides, and includes 1200 MRM transitions. For all registered compounds, it contains information on MRM transitions, collision energies, and confirmation ion ratios, so there is no need to configure complicated analysis conditions. Furthermore, retention indices are registered for all of the components, enabling easy updating of retention times via the AART (Automatic Adjustment of Retention Time) function.
|Quick-DB Residual Pesticidea Database
||This database is preregistered with calibration curve data* created with pesticide surrogates, as well as Scan/SIM and Scan/MRM analysis methods developed for simultaneous multicomponent analyses.
|SMART Pesticides Database
||This database is registered with approximately 480 components and approximately 2,680 transitions, and eliminates the need to configure complicated analysis conditions.
Furthermore, retention indices are registered for all the components, enabling easy updating of retention times via the AART (Automatic Adjustment of Retention Time) function.
Analysis by the internal standard method is also supported, since information is registered for compounds that can be used as internal standard substances.
|VOC Analysis S/W
||This software has the library containing spectra for 74 VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds)