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Shimadzu Scientific Instruments

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Triple-Quadrupole GC/MS/MS

Shimadzu Scientific Instruments

The GCMS-TQ8030 is capable of running all triple-quadrupole operational modes. These modes include multiple reaction monitoring, scan/MRM, neutral loss scan, product ion scan, precursor ion scan, scan/SIM, plus any combination of modes. At scan spe...

Ultra-High-Performance Liquid Chromatograph

Shimadzu Scientific Instruments

The Nexera X2 system enables analysis at pressures up to 19,000 psi. The system’s autosamplers provide near-zero carryover, a cycle time of 14 seconds, and injection reproducibility down to 0.1 µL injection volumes. Users can configure the sys...

HPLC/UNPLC Method Development System

Shimadzu Scientific Instruments

The Nexera Method Scouting System is designed to improve HPLC method development in R&D and QA/QC environments. The system is equipped with two pumps, each with a quaternary valve, and it can allow analysts to run binary gradients with 1...

Triple Quadrupole GC-MS

Shimadzu Scientific Instruments

Featuring high-efficiency sample throughput, quick and easy method development, and low detection limits, GCMS-TQ8040 with Smart MRM provides accurate, cost-effective, and user-friendly triple quadrupole GC-MS/MS. With over 32,000 MRM transition...

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