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APGC-MS-MS

APGC is an ionisation source for Xevo® and SYNAPT® mass spectrometers. The ionisation is ‘soft‘ meaning that less fragmentation is observed for many compounds when compared with techniques such as EI. Reduced fragmentation can give higher sensitivity and specificity, therefore simplifying pre- cursor ion selection in MS/MS analyses.

Universal source architecture and Engineered SimplicityTM means that changeover from UPLC® to GC is quick and simple. Since APGC is not a vacuum technique equilibration time between techniques is kept to a minimum. This means that analysis can be tailored to business demands, maximizing up-time and instrument utilization.

Unique MS technologies such as RADARTM, MSE & HDMSTM are now available to GC separations. Unlock the secrets of your sample and make sure you have the widest possible coverage from your analyses. Xevo TQ-S APGC equipped with unique StepWaveTM technology, enabling detection limits at ultratrace levels. This allows compliance with regulatory limits and the ability to inject less sample matrix, reducing effects of contamination on the GC-MS system and therefore increasing uptime.

The unique source design offers high levels of matrix tolerance and gives excellent injection to injection repeatability. StepWave ion transfer optics and detection technology allow accurate and precise quantification over the widest dynamic range.

 
 
 
 

 


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