Waters is expecting to deliver the first SYNAPT G2 units during the fourth quarter of 2009.
With the SYNAPT G2 System, scientists can make new discoveries and sound decisions based on the comprehensive, accurate and precise data that they can obtain from highly complex samples in just a single analytical run and at unprecedented speed.
Says Professor James Scrivens of the
"The launch of SYNAPT G2 is a significant event because it represents both a major leap forward in MS technology ... and a huge new opportunity for the worldwide research community attempting to solve fundamental problems at the molecular level," says Brian Smith, Vice President, Mass Spectrometry Business Operations, Waters Division. He continued, "We're confident that the SYNAPT G2 will displace generic QTof and electrostatic ion trap systems as the de facto choice in high-end MS instrumentation."
Game-Changing Performance by Design
The SYNAPT G2 System features new QuanTof technology that combines an innovative high field pusher and dual stage reflectron with a novel ion detection system in an optimised, folded, TOF geometry. Together these features provide a new dimension of high resolution, exact mass and quantitative performance uniquely available at acquisition rates that are compatible with UPLC separations. No longer do scientists have to compromise mass resolution when they want chromatographic resolution and the benefits of high speed, selectivity, and specificity.
QuanTof's high field pusher and dual-stage reflectron reduces ion turnaround
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