Making the GC-MS Triple Transition with Ease
If you are considering the transition from single quadrupole GC-MS to triple quadrupole GC-MS in your lab, Dr. Paul Silcock's webinar will be of particular interest.
sponsored by Thermo Fisher Scientific
Date: 17/12/13 - 08:00 (PST) View on-demand
Are you considering the transition from single quadrupole GC-MS to triple quadrupole GC-MS in your lab? Due to the numerous benefits offered by this technique, many labs are adopting it and making it the fastest growing technique in GC-MS. Moving your current GC-MS methods from single quadrupole GC-MS platforms to triple quadrupole GC-MS offers many advantages that ultimately provide excellent method performance and optimized laboratory workflows. Today, the technique is more accessible than ever with many tools available to remove complexity, promote automation, and enable your lab to focus on real result production – regardless of the skill level of the user.
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