GCMS-TQ8050 NX Triple Quadrupole GC-MS/MS
High Sensitivity GC-MS/MS
The Shimadzu triple-quad GCMS-TQ8050 NX is capable of performing unprecedented quantitative GC-MS/MS analyses of ultra-trace amounts, down to the femtogram level. Equipped with a new, highly efficient detector and three forms of noise-reduction technologies, the TQ8050 NX has never been more important in industries such as food safety, cannabis testing, forensics, and more.
- Enhanced sensitivity that detects ultra-trace concentrations not previously possible
- Auto startup, shutdown, and tuning checks are performed automatically
- Operation times for multiple functions are accurately determined using Active Time ManagementTM
- Over five times longer maintenance life, ensuring that analysis is performed reliably over longer periods using standard maintenance items like: inserts, columns, and other consumables
- Improved amplification performance, able to reliably detect ultra-trace femtogram-level quantities of ions
The GCMS-TQ8050 NX features three noise-reduction technologies and a detector with improved amplification performance.
With a contamination-resistant ion source coupled to a new long-life detector, this triple-quad GCMS ensures reliable analysis with less maintenance requirements.This enables higher productivity with less down-time.
LabSolutions Insight Data Review Software
Multi-Analyte Quantitative Software included with every new Shimadzu GC-MS and GC-MS/MS
High throughput data analysis software package that enables faster quantitative analysis and more effective reviewing of multi-analyte panels particularly for food, cannabis, clinical research, and forensics markets .
LabSolutions Insight has intuitive operation and range of display options to allow for optimum user efficiency.
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The following web pages are tutorials that outline the Fundamentals of Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry (GC-MS).
Helium gas is typically used as the carrier gas for GC/MS. However, in recent years, the supply of helium gas has at times been insufficient and the price has increased. As a result, the use of hydrogen gas (H2) as an alternative gas has progressed.