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Invite to the Launch of the new Agilent GC/Q-TOF 7250

Anatune would like to invite you to the launch of the new Agilent GC/Q-TOF 7250.

The launch will take place at 3.30pm on the 19th June at our site in Cambridge, UK.  It will include a presentation with refreshments and hands-on viewing of the new instrumentation.

The main advantages of the 7250 will also be discussed.  The instrument has improvised sensitivity compared to GC/Q-TOF 7200, and it can now compete with GC/QQQ methods with the addition of collecting all the MS data, not just specific transitions.  Secondly with low energy EI technology, it will be possible to provide molecular ion information for a whole range of analytes, without the need to change the source.

If you wish to book your place on the launch, please let us know ASAP as places will be limited.

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