The SYNAPT G2-Si is designed to offer advanced ion mobility capabilities for spectroscopy use.
The mass spectroscopy (MS) system integrates a third dimension of resolution and separation power into a suite of untargeted and targeted LC/MS/MS workflows.
The tool, revealed at the ASMS conference, is intended to offer researchers the ability to widen their knowledge of molecular biology and disease mechanisms, to develop innovative healthcare and to screen products for a variety of contaminants.
Additionally, the system combines T-Wave ion mobility separations with collision cross section (CCS) data analysis.
Dr Severine Goscinny, of the Belgium Scientific Institute, stated: “CCS measurements have the potential to transform the way people screen for known compounds, because unlike parameters like retention time, CCS values are unaffected by different matrices and chromatographic methods.”
The system was also launched alongside the UNIFI and TRANSOMICS 2.0 informatics products that are set to enhance omics-focussed research.
Time-of-flight duty cycle & sensitivity of up to 10x in MS/MS mode.
2.5KHz solid state laser combined with improved spatial resolution down to 15µm.