Our QSight® LX50 UHPLC integrates seamlessly to our QSight Triple Quad LC/MS/MS and its Simplicity™ software to deliver the highest levels of performance from sample handling through data collection and reporting. The system includes three key technologies that help optimize your workflow and enable high productivity.
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For the QSight triple quad LC/MS/MS, we’ve paired the industry’s most flexible mass spectrometer with the equally capable QSight LX50 UHPLC system, delivering all the sensitivity and specificity you need for demanding applications such as pesticide-residue and nutritional-component analysis. And with its robust design and carryover-elimination capabilities, the system is perfect for a host of other applications in the food and environmental arenas.
QSight LC/MS/MS evaluates eliminating sample preparation for trace level pesticide in wine
A New, Sensitive Method for Lignan Metabolite Detection of Flaxseed-Fed Mice Using LC/MS/MS
Aflatoxin B1 is considered to be the most genotoxic of the mycotoxins, and, when ingested by cows, is converted to aflatoxin M1 which has been shown to cause liver cancer in certain animals.
Mycotoxins produced by fungi as toxic secondary metabolites, leave grains, maize and cereals particularly vulnerable. With this in mind, and considering that an estimated 25% of all crops show some signs of mycotoxin contamination, many countries have established regulatory guidelines for maximum mycotoxin limits in not only feed and grain, but also in processed food products.
Liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry (LC/MS/MS) has become the method of choice for pesticide The state of Oregon has issued regulatory limits for 59 pesticide residues in both cannabis flower and concentrates, while other states have come up with
Analysis of target pesticide residues in berries using a unique laminar flow UHPLC-ESI-MS/MS
Water-soluble vitamins (WSV), comprised primarily of the vitamin B complex, are essential ingredient
In this work, we present a fast and sensitive LC/MS/MS method
Analysis of glyphosate and similiar polar pesticides in oatmeal using the PerkinElmer QSight LCMSMS.
Aniline and aniline derivatives are widely used as raw materials and intermediates in the polymer, rubber, dye, pesticide and pharmaceutical industries. Unintended releases of aniliane or its derivatives into the environment pose a serious threat, with release possible during any stage of production, storage, transport, use, or disposal. Therefore, it is important and necessary to develop fast, simple, sensitive, selective and efficient methods for the determination of aniline and its derivatives in drinking and environmental waters. The aim of this study is to develop an LC/MS/MS method for rapid analysis of aniline and its derivatives in water samples by direct injection, without using time consuming sample preparation steps.
This application note presents a sensitive and reliable LC/MS/MS method using the PerkinElmer QSight
A simple and sensitive method for the simultaneous determination of plant growth regulators
Pesticides can adversely affect human health through the food we consume but can also leach into soil and groundwater and impact us through the environment. To keep up with a complex and constantly changing regulatory environment, your pesticide analysis solution needs to keep up with your burgeoning sample load.
Whether you’re a lab manager or a bench chemist, you know firsthand how things are changing quickly in food and environmental analysis. And your lab needs to change to keep pace.
Our modular Simplicity 3Q™ software is ideal for acquiring, quantifying and reporting
Lab reequirements for QSight triple quad LC/MS/MS systems, including storage, suppleis, space, electrical, power, gas supply requirements
Simulation using sophisticated modeling techniques has become a powerful tool for mass spectrometry
Ion Transmission Through a Quadrupole Ion Guide Under the Combined Influence of Viscous Flow and RF
Theoretical Studies of Swirling Flow and Heating Methods on Droplet Evaporation in a Heated Coaxial