Research-grade Q-TOF LCMS
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Conduct critical analysis with confidence with Shimadzu’s Quadrupole Time-of-Flight (Q-TOF) LCMS-9030. The LCMS-9030 is designed to deliver high resolution accurate mass detection with incredibly fast data acquisition rates, allowing you to identify and quantify more compounds with greater confidence. It takes the same engineering DNA from our proven, rugged, high-performance triple quadrupole platform and helps to transform high mass accuracy workflows.
It enhances all of the most important attributes of Q-TOF instrumentation.
The Mass Accuracy of the LCMS-9030 is exceptional over a wide mass range to allow high-confidence identification of unknowns. Intelligent flight tube temperature controls enable the LCMS-9030 to reproduce accurate results regardless of fluctuation in laboratory temperatures.
Stability of Mass Accuracy
The mass accuracy stability of the LCMS-9030 ensures that users can achieve the same identification results time after time. Rock stable mass accuracy also means that less frequent calibration is required, making the routine work easy to manage.
Because of its high sensitivity, the LCMS-9030 requires only a small sample size for identification of unknowns. With less contamination of the instrument, it offers robust function for a longer time. High sensitivity also enables users to perform quantitation down to extremely low levels. This means the LCMS-9030 can address both qualitative and quantitative challenges.
Users achieve the quantitation results they need: 100 scans per second for high-sensitivity quantitation of targeted compounds. 100 scans per second also applies to MS/MS acquisition for a truly comprehensive screening of unknowns. The LCMS-9030 not only addresses qualitative and quantitative challenges — it can address both simultaneously.
By bringing together ultrafast technologies and innovative TOF thinking, the LCMS-9030 represents a step-change in Q-TOF performance and capability by unlocking a new solution for analyzing even the most complex samples.