Agilent Introduces Higher-Performance Q-TOF GC/MS System
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Agilent Technologies Inc. has introduced the 7200B Quadrupole Time of Flight (Q-TOF) Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometer (GC/MS) System. The system replaces the company's most advanced GC/QTOF, the 7200A, with new capabilities that will significantly boost laboratory performance.
"The Agilent 7200B Quadrupole Time of Flight GC/MS system offers reliability and confidence for the most challenging applications," said Terry Sheehan, Agilent's GC/MS marketing director.
Sheehan continued, "Improved hardware performance, newly upgraded software features, and exact mass databases will provide immediate value for laboratories working in a variety of complex applications, such as food safety, environmental, designer drugs, doping and metabolomics research."
The Agilent 7200B system provides improved mass accuracy specification of less than 3 ppm and an extended mass range, optimizing its capabilities for the most challenging problems.
These performance enhancements will allow for the analysis of larger mass compounds and will be particularly beneficial when coupled to Thermal Separation Probes (TSP) or Direct Injection Probes (DIP). Other enhancements include Chemical Ionization Source and Backflush capabilities as standard on all GC/Q-TOF systems.
This new high-performance instrumentation, combined with exact mass libraries and screening tools from Agilent's MassHunter Workstation Software, provides scientists with a new level of confidence in library searching and a more efficient means to screen samples for both known and unknown compounds.