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Experience the highest levels of sensitivity, selectivity and speed with SYNAPT G2-S

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High performance, versatility and workflow efficiency of your MS system all play a crucial role in your ability to successfully reach your scientific and business goals. SYNAPT® G2-S HDMS combines revolutionary StepWave™ ion optics with proven Quantitative Tof (QuanTof) and High Definition MS technologies to provide the highest levels of sensitivity, selectivity, and speed.

"All in" performance - Achieve the most comprehensive and confident untargeted identification and quantification of compounds with UPLC®/MS/MS, at the lowest levels in complex samples

New discoveries - Every scientist can recover unparalleled information content and make new discoveries not possible any other way, by means of high-efficiency ion mobility separations with high resolution exact mass tandem MS

Maximum versatility - Serve the broadest range of applications with the most extensive range of targeted data acquisition, chromatographic inlet and ion source capabilities

Instant efficiency - Realize maximum system usability and efficiency across your organization through Waters’ design philosophy of Engineered Simplicity™

Accelerated success
- Maximize your success with complete application system solutions backed by a superior application and technical support network

When progress is limited by missing information or the risk of false positives, the combination of high-sensitivity StepWave™ ion optics, the QuanTof™ analyzer and MSE ‘data-independent’ acquisitions will maximize the opportunity for success.

These unique innovative technologies together with Waters leading MS Informatics, deliver the highest, all-inclusive qualitative and quantitative performance attributes, for UPLC® based analysis of complex mixtures. All of this, available through a simple, generic analytical methodology that delivers comprehensive coverage.

SYNAPT G2-S HDMS enables efficient extraction of the maximum amount of information from the most challenging samples – in less time, helping you to make scientific discoveries not possible by any other means. Learn More

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