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ProductsVarian 4000 Ion Trap GC/MS from Varian, Inc.
Company Varian, Inc.
Item Varian 4000 Ion Trap GC/MS
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Description The Varian 4000 GC/MS system offers three easily switchable ionization configurations: internal ionization (II), external ionization (EI) or hybrid chemical ionization (CI)
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