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Bennu SOM analysis using FTICR-MS (ESIneg, ESIpos and APPIpos)

Author

Michael Liss


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Description

This is a bundle for a 3.3 mg sample of Bennu (OREX-803006-0_1). The bundle contains data from the DI-FTICR-MS analysis measured with ESI in negative and positive ion mode as well as APPI in positive ion mode. Prior extraction, the surface of the OREX-803006-0_1 sample was gently washed with MeOH (OREX-803006-0_1 MeOH Wash). After washing, the OREX-803006-0_1 sample was crushed in an agate mortar and exctracted in methanol (OREX-803006-0_1 MeOH Extract). Additionally, a Murchison sample was equally crushed and extracted (Murchison MeOH Extract). Each analysis produced a mass spectrum (.mzml), leading to 8 total raw data files. The bundle also includes corresponding tabular files (.csv) and data plots (.pdf) as well as information on sample preparation and analytical methods. The purpose of this dataset was to analyze the nontargeted chemical profiling of C-, H-, O-, N-, and S-bearing soluble organic molecules in the Bennu asteroid using FTICR-MS.


How To Cite

Liss, M., 2024. Bennu SOM analysis using FTICR-MS (ESIneg, ESIpos and APPIpos), Version 1.0. Astromaterials Data Archive. https://doi.org/10.60707/4jp0-cb92 Accessed 2024-06-25.

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Date Created

May 30, 2024

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Mission

OSIRIS-REx

Sample

OREX-803006-0

Session

20240530_FTICR-MS_HMGU_OREX-803006-0_1

Analytical Methods


Laboratory

Helmholtz University (Helmholtz Zentrum Munchen)

Instrument

FTICR-MS 12 Tesla Solarix Infinity system

Technique

Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometry

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Funding Sources

This material is supported by NASA under contract NNM10AA11C issued through the New Frontiers program. Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation) Project-ID 364653263—TRR 235 (CRC 235)

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