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Xevo G2-S QTof
Waters Corporation

Xevo® G2-S QTof is designed for scientists who need to identify, quantify and confirm the broadest range of compounds in complex and challenging samples. 

  • StepWave™ ion optics provides unsurpassed levels of durable sensitivity
  • QuanTof™ technology delivers superior UPLC®-compatible mass resolution, matrix-tolerant dynamic range, quantitative performance, mass accuracy and speed of analysis – simultaneously
  • UPLC/MSE data acquisition comprehensively catalogs complex samples in a single analysis
  • Fast data directed analysis (FastDDA) allows full structural characterization of unknown compounds
  • Universal Ion Source Architecture enables the most extensive range of interface capabilities to service the broadest range of applications
  • IntelliStart™ guarantees maximum system performance and usability for reproducible results

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