Mass Spectrometer Sensitive and Compact for Quantifying Negatively Ionizing Compounds
The new Xevo TQ Absolute tandem quadrupole mass spectrometer from Waters is up to 15x more sensitive for quantifying negatively ionizing compounds than its predecessor.
According to the company it is 45 percent smaller and uses up to 50 percent less electricity and gas supply than other high-performance tandem quadrupole mass spectrometers available on the market.
The Xevo TQ Absolute is designed to help laboratories meet regulations requiring trace-level quantitative mass spectrometry analyses for a broad set of applications. For optimal performance, Waters pairs the Xevo TQ Absolute mass spectrometer with Waters’ Acquity Premier UPLC System with Maxpeak HPS technology which eliminates non-specific adsorption of compounds containing phosphate and/or carboxylate groups and improves their recovery.
Analytica: Hall A1, Stand 328