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SCION TQ

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The SCION triple quadrupole (TQ) detector is a comprehensive solution for your most demanding gas chromatography applications. It delivers unrivaled bench-space savings, the result of an innovative ‘lens-free’, elliptical ion-path design that delivers ultra-high sensitivity and chemical noise reduction - performance you would expect when innovation merges with a legacy of reliability.

  • Ultra-low detection and quantification in the most challenging matrices
  • Compound based scanning reduces complex MRM development to a simple mouse click
  • Lens free design, axial ion source, heated q0 – deliver unrivaled robustness for 24/7 operation
Product SCION TQ
Company Bruker Daltonics, Inc
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Bruker Daltonics, Inc
40 Manning Road Manning Park Billerica MA 01821 USA

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