High performance compact mass spectrometer
“Our laboratory has recently purchased an Advion expression Compact Mass Spectrometer. Our choice was not only related to the small footprint but also to the versatility of the system. The Advion expression CMS provides the quality of results necessary to improve research outcomes in our hit and lead discovery efforts.” Tiago Rodrigues – ETH Zürich, Switzerland
Size and design matter
- The first mass spec which fits in a fume hood with the sash closed
- All necessary components are located on the front of the instrument including 8 IO connections, USB port, and computer connector
- Pump and source exhaust are bi-directional to allow for optimal hood or bench location
- Solvent-resistant exterior
- Enclosed and N2-purged source and enclosed electronics for safety
Advion’s unrivalled expertise in mass spectrometry has a mass spec solution just for chemists. Whether you are a biopharmaceutical company, academic teaching/research lab, or any industry requiring routine mass assays, the expression CMS delivers high performance in a compact, easy-to-use package at an affordable price.
“My recent initiative in providing and finding research funding has resulted in the purchase of the first Advion expression compact mass spectrometer to be installed in Australia in our research laboratory. This will improve the quality of the decision making process of my PG students in the research place leading to more efficient research outcomes and provide a mass spectral service to disciplines in our college at RMIT University.” Helmut Hugel – RMIT University, Australia
The Power of Modern HPTLCOn Demand
Professor Morlock will give an overview of current HPTLC methodology and explore some examples of HPTLC-MS coupling. She will then focus on the differentiation between desorption-based and elution-based coupling approaches, including the use of expression CMS. She will also review other current hyphenations in HPTLC and conclude with examples of HPTLC-UV/Vis/FLD-bioassay-ESI-MS, the direct link to the bioactive compound of interest.