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Complete GC-MS/MS Workflow
Thermo Fisher Scientific

Eric Phillips explains how labs can achieve cleaner mass chromatograms and easy peak identification with a complete GC-MS/MS analytical workflow solution, featuring the Thermo Scientific TSQ Quantum XLS Ultra mass spectrometer that delivers unsurpassed matrix selectivity, performance, and lab productivity. See how we've paired the right technologies from sample prep through sample analysis, including software, to create an ideal system for food safety, environmental, clinical, forensic, toxicology, pharmaceutical and metabolomics applications. Learn why the TSQ Quantum XLS Ultra mass spec is the new "Gold Standard" featuring best-in-class target compound selectivity critical for demanding applications like food safety, forensics, and in environmental testing for POPs (Persistent Organic Pollutants). Find out the TSQ Quantum XLS Ultra and exclusive Ultra high Selective Reaction Monitoring (U-SRM) for optimal selectivity with increased mass resolution. Works with TargetQuan and TraceFinder software.

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