Versatility and Flexibility
Finally, Waters offers a choice of UPLC inlet technologies and universal ion sources for the SYNAPT G2 System to maximize the number of experimental options and research applications. These comprise the nanoACQUITY UPLC(R) and TRIZAIC(TM) UPLC inlets and ion sources including: electrospray (ESI), nanoflow ESI, atmospheric chemical ionization (APCi), combined ESI/APCi (ESCi), atmospheric solids analysis probe (ASAP), and atmospheric pressure gas chromatography (APGC). The same ion source options are also compatible with the Waters Xevo(TM) TQ and Xevo QTof mass spectrometers.
The interchangeable design of the APGC source for the SYNAPT G2 System allows scientists to perform GC/MS and LC/MS experiments on the same instrument. No longer do laboratories have to dedicate separate mass spectrometers for either LC/MS/MS or GC/MS/MS work.
Waters also offers a high performance, exchangeable MALDI source for the SYNAPT G2 system with broad applications. For example, by combining MALDI with ion mobility separations, Waters High Definition Imaging MALDI (HDI MALDI) solution enables researchers to better determine the localization of metabolites and active drug compounds in tissue samples.
Waters offers a variety of general-purpose and specialized Applications Managers for its MassLynx(TM) MS software that allows the SYNAPT G2 to perform a multitude of tasks including screening, deconvolution, identification, target quantification, qualitative and quantitative profiling and characterization - and transform acquired data into useable results.<
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