July 2011

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Instrument offers superior selectivity and best-in-class sensitivity  The Thermo Scientific TSQ Quantum XLS Ultra reportedly delivers increased matrix selectivity for applications requiring lower..

Instrument offers superior selectivity and best-in-class sensitivity  The Thermo Scientific TSQ Quantum XLS Ultra reportedly delivers increased matrix selectivity for applications requiring lower levels of quantitation in extremely complex-matrix extracts. The instrument’s new DuraBrite IRIS technology offers sensitivity, extended maintenance cycles and high routine matrix robustness, enabling users to analyze more samples and increase productivity. The highly inert and exchangeable ion volumes reduce maintenance time to minutes without any vacuum-system venting. In addition, the TSQ Quantum XLS Ultra’s HyperQuad technology delivers ultra-selective reaction monitoring

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