Thermo Scientific 253 Ultra High Resolution Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometer (HR-IRMS)

Wednesday, 16 December, 2015 | Supplied by: Thermo Fisher Scientific



Scientists engaged in climate research, biochemistry, forensics and oil/gas exploration can now analyse the isotopic anatomy of volatile molecules using the Thermo Scientific 253 Ultra High Resolution Isotope Ratio Mass Spectrometer (HR-IRMS). The unit enables scientists to access the direct conditions under which molecules were formed, transported, stored and degraded.

The product is designed to optimise the measurement of site-specific and clumped-isotope-ratio analysis of molecules. This lets scientists analyse parameters including the formation temperatures of molecules, degradation processes of molecules, biochemical processes of nitrous oxide, photochemical processes in the atmosphere and metabolic processes in biochemistry. The tool’s analytical power, flexibility of configuration and good ranges in target mass and abundance make it a suitable platform for exploring the world of molecular isotopic structures.

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