Consistent High-Sensitivity Performance

Robust Ion Source and Sample Introduction System
 

Shimadzu's MS interface includes a high-sensitivity heated ESI source, heated capillary sample introduction, and proprietary ion transfer optics. These design features combine to produce robust MS performance. 12,000 plasma samples were injected over 25 days (over 480 samples per day). Picogram levels of alprazolam were analyzed with an RSD of 3.42%.

 

Instrument Detection Limits: IDL
 

IDL is one measure of sensitivity for analytical instrumentation. The chromatograms below show the IDL for Reserpine and Chloramphenicol, obtained using ESI+ and ESI-, respectively. The IDL for Reserpine is 2.03 femtograms and 2.09 femtograms for Chloramphenicol.

 

Newly Designed Ionization Unit
 

Designed without cables or tubes, removing the new ionization unit is simple: release a one-touch lever to open the unit and lift it out. In addition, no tools are needed to detach the needles fitted in APCI and DUIS units, allowing for easy maintenance.

 

Easy System Maintenance Reduces Downtime
 

 

As with Shimadzu's other triple quad systems, maintaining the LCMS-8045 is simple. Replacing the desolvation line (DL) and ESI capillary is quick and easy.

Additionally, the design allows users to replace the DL without breaking vacuum, providing greater uptime and usability.

 

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