Whitepaper: Mass detection for undergraduates
Access to mass data for everyone
Mass spectrometry is a technique that has become increasingly pervasive in academic research and industry, providing qualitative and quantitative information for a variety of applications. However, there are still many academic laboratories where long perceived barriers associated with mass spectrometry, including complexity, size, and affordability, have prohibited scientists in realising the benefits of mass data.
The ACQUITY QDa Detector was introduced to specifically reduce these barriers and meet the growing requests to deliver mass data to new analysts and laboratories.
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