Analytical instrumentation > Spectrometry

Waters Xevo G2-XS QTof and Xevo TQ-S micro mass spectrometers

01 July, 2014

Waters has introduced the Xevo G2-XS mass spectrometer, a high-performance benchtop quadrupole time-of-flight (QTofTM) mass spectrometer, and the Xevo TQ-S micro, a compact benchtop tandem quadrupole mass spectrometer.

Applied Photophysics Chirascan CD spectrometer

23 June, 2014

The Chirascan, for use in circular dichroism, uses next-generation, dual-polarising prism monochromator technology. It offers good CD quality and simultaneous absorbance and optional fluorescence detected circular dichroism.

Thermo Scientific TSQ 8000 Evo triple quadrupole GC-MS

18 June, 2014

The Thermo Scientific TSQ 8000 Evo triple quadrupole GC-MS improves on the features of its predecessor, the TSQ 8000, with EvoCell technology which triples selected reaction monitoring (SRM) transition rates without compromising sensitivity.

Thermo Scientific Q Exactive HF LC-MS system

17 June, 2014

The Thermo Scientific Q Exactive HF instrument is the latest in a range of liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry (LC-MS) systems. To create the system, the company added an ultrahigh-field Orbitrap mass analyser to the Q Exactive Plus LC-MS platform.

Beckman Coulter CESI 8000 System for Biologics Characterization

26 May, 2014

AB Sciex has introduced technology called CESI-MS, enabling biopharmaceutical scientists to predict efficacy, reduce the time to market for therapeutics and detect potential issues before they lead to product recalls.The CESI 8000 System for Biologics Characterization is a separation-electrospray ionisation system for mass spectrometry (MS).

Advion Expression L CMS compact mass spectrometer

14 May, 2014

The Advion Expression L CMS compact mass spectrometer offers extended range analysis, covering a mass range from 1 to 2000 mass units with a resolution of better than 1 mass unit.

Tecan mass spectrometry sample preparation products

03 April, 2014

Tecan offers a range of laboratory automation solutions for mass spectrometry (MS) sample preparation, ensuring there is a system to meet users' workflow and throughput needs.

Merck Millipore Direct Detect spectrometer

01 April, 2014

With Merck Millipore's Direct Detect spectrometer, the user is simply required to spot 2 μL of the sample, blank with buffer and read. There is no sample prep, no tedious standard curves and no messy cuvettes or liquid waste.

Improved method of mass spectrometry

24 March, 2014

Scientists at the Institute of Immunology of the University Medical Center of Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU) have improved the analytical method of mass spectrometry.

An ultrasensitive test for performance-enhancing drugs

19 March, 2014

Researchers have developed a new way to detect performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs), said to be 1000 times more sensitive than current methods.

B&WTek NanoRam handheld Raman spectrometer

28 February, 2014

B&WTek's NanoRam is a compact, lightweight, handheld Raman spectrometer and integrated computing system designed for rapid raw material identification and verification. The spectrometer enables the development of standardised and validated methods for purity and quality control applications.

Thermo Scientific Delta Ray Isotope Ratio Infrared Spectrometer

10 December, 2013

The Thermo Scientific Delta Ray Isotope Ratio Infrared Spectrometer is an analyser for the continuous measurement of isotope ratio values from CO2 in ambient air. The ability to transport the system into the field can enable scientists to continuously collect data 24 hours a day.

Thermo Scientific TruScan GP handheld Raman spectrometer

18 November, 2013

Pharmaceutical manufacturers and regulatory agencies around the world can use the Thermo Scientific TruScan GP handheld Raman analyser to identify raw materials and confirm the authenticity of finished products. The product offers pharmaceutical identification capabilities for pharmaceutical manufacturers in emerging markets.

Scorpions and spectrometers to improve cancer surgery

23 October, 2013 by Lauren Davis

Scorpions could hold the secret to better cancer treatment, according to researchers from the Queensland Tropical Health Alliance (QTHA). The alliance recently acquired a $1.2 million nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectrometer and facility to investigate the structure of promising molecules, some of which are found in scorpion venom.

Waters Acquity QDa Detector

09 October, 2013

The Waters Acquity QDa Detector brings high-quality, mass spectral data to chromatographic separations. The product is said to address the barriers of complexity, size and cost that have hindered the adoption of mass spectrometry for everyday use.

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