APCI Ionization Units
LCMS-9050 - Options
Quadrupole Time-of-Flight Liquid Chromatograph Mass Spectrometer
LabSolutions LCMS is general-purpose software used with the Shimadzu LCMS series. It provides total support for everything from system control to data acquisition and data analysis. Accurate mass spectrometry can be implemented with simple operations, thanks to the intuitive icons and meticulous functionality.
Analysis Modes Take Advantage of the Features of Q-TOF
There are six analysis modes: MS, SIM, MS/MS, MRM, MS/MS (Data Dependent Acquisition: DDA), and MS/MS (Data Independent Acquisition: DIA), enabling qualitative and quantitative analyses taking advantage of the features of Q-TOF. Further, in MS/MS, MRM, MS/MS (DDA), and MS/MS (DIA) modes, the resolution of the quadrupole mass separator can be freely configured, so the analysis conditions can be customized.
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Control LC and MS with One Program
The LabSolutions LCMS workstation controls the LC and MS instruments simultaneously. The user interface (UI) adopted enables intuitive operations just as with LC.
LC-MS Components & Accessories
The DPiMS QT probe electrospray ionization kit is attached to a quadrupole time-of-flight MS. The probe allows extremely small sample volumes to be selected and introduced into the MS unit for analysis. The DPiMS QT is a direct ionization interface unit that makes it simple for users to switch to ESI.
Fully automated sample preparation module for LCMS® based on Shimadzu's extensive experience with manufacturing clinical systems that perform blood coagulation analysis.
Triple Quadrupole LC-MS/MS
The Nexera Mikros can be used to detect target components with higher sensitivity than with semi-micro flowrate compatible LCMS systems, which perform measurements within a flowrate range of 100 μL/min to 500 μL/min.
Nexera UC improves your analytical workflow by utilizing a completely new separation technology, Unified Chromatography, which unites sample separation, analysis with various separation modes, and high-sensitivity detection.