Reference Standards, Mass Spectrometry & Chromatography Supplies
BCP Instruments
12 avenue des Saules
69600 Oullins - France
Tel. : +33 (0)4 72 49 72 65
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February 2017 : new 5th Edition of the WILEY MS Library of Drugs, Poisons, Pesticides, Pollutants & their Metabolites
See the NIST/WILEY section

November 2016: new standards available from Wellington
US EPA Method 537 for the determination of selected perfluorinated alkyl acids in drinking water
Native and mass-labelled PFAS mixes
Aug. 2016, L-PFPrS, Components of ADONA & F-53B
Sept. 2016, Organophosphate Reference Standards (OPFRs)
See the Wellington section
> new products

June 2016: the 2016-18 Wellington catalog is available for immediate download

You may also request a hard copy

2016: New standards available from Chiron AS :
environmental, food safety & toxicology
See the Chiron section to upload pdf documents

Imtakt : Next Generation HPLC Columns

New SIS Scientific Supply Catalog ready to ship... just request your copy !

Mini-catalogues from Chiron
available for:
New Psychoactive Substances
Pesticides (Edition 2, Oct. 2015)
Petroleum Reference Materials
Fire Retardants
Water Analysis,

Software > SIMION / CPO

SIMION Version 8

The Industry Software Standard for Electron and Ion Optics Modeling

What is SIMION ?

SIMION is a software package whose main purpose is to solve for electric fields and the trajectories of charges particles through those fields when given some configuration of electrodes with voltages and particle initial conditions.

Quasistatic RF (e.g. quadrupole) and magnetic fields are also supported. In this, SIMION provides extensive supporting functionnality in geometry definition, user programming, data recording, visualization and workbenches. It is a general and time-tested platform for simulating lens, mass spec. and other types of particle optics systems.



SIMION is suitable for a wide variety of systems involving 2D and 3D, static low-frequency (MHz) RF fields: from ion flight through simple electrostatic and magnetic lenses to particle guns to highly complex instruments, including time-of-flight, ion traps, quadrupoles, ICR Cells and other MS, ion source and detector optics.


SIMION has a long history with the first PC versions starting in the early 1980's and developed for the next two decades up to Version 7.0 under David Dahl at Idaho National Laboratory (US Department of Energy). SIS has purchased the development rights to SIMION and is continuing to improve SIMION with its first release of SIMION 8.0
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