MS/MS Libraries for QTRAP® instruments

Acknowledgements


QTRAP® Designer Drugs

Data have been edited and compiled by: Lars Ambach1 and Florian Franz2.
Data acquired by: Lars Ambach1, Verena Angerer2, Florian Franz2, Christina Grumann2, Melanie Hutter2, Stefan Kneisel2.
1Institute of Forensic Medicine, University of Bern (IRM Bern) 2Institute of Forensic Medicine Freiburg (IRM Freiburg)

Participants of both EU projects, the Institute of Forensic Medicine Copenhagen, and Markus Schläpfer and Christian Bissig (Forensic Institute, Zürich) are gratefully acknowledged for providing reference compounds.

The development of the MS/MS library of New Psychoactive Compounds (New Designer Drugs) has been supported by the Bundesamt für Gesundheit (BAG, projects 10.008101 and 12.009410, Swiss Federal Office of Public Health). The development was supported by the Drug Prevention and Information Programme of the European Union as part of the projects "Spice and synthetic cannabinoids" (JUST/2009/DPIP/AG/0948) and "Spice II plus" (JUST/2011/DPIP/AG/3597), project leader: Prof. Dr. Volker Auwärter. The contents of this publication are the sole responsibility of the authors and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Commission. Mass spectra were acquired at the Institute of Forensic Medicine, University of Bern, Switzerland (holder of copyright).


MTS 700 and Qtrap Library with 1254 compounds

Method developed and spectra acquired with QTrap 3200 by Dr. Sebastian Dresen (Dissertation 2011) and by coworkers at IRM Freiburg under responsibility of Prof. W. Weinmann (2007 – 2010). Retention-times with Luna PFP (2) column have been determined at IRM Bern (2010-2011).