|Mass Range||50 to 3,000 m/z|
|Mass Accuracy||Internal: <1 ppm RMS; External: <3ppm RMS|
|Polarity Switching||One Full Cycle in <1 Sec (One Full Positive Mode Scan and One Full Negative Mode Scan (at a Resolution Setting of 35,000))|
|Sensitivity||Full MS: 500 fg Buspirone on Column S/N 100:1 SIM: 50 fg Buspirone on Column S/N 100:1|
|Resolution||70,000 (at m/z 200)|
|Scan Rates||Up to 12 Hz|
|Catalog Number||Specifications||Unit Size||Scan Rates||Resolution||Mass Range||Price (USD)|
|IQLAAEGAAPFALGMBHE||Each||Up to 12 Hz||70,000 (at m/z 200)||50 to 3,000 m/z||Request A Quote|
Precision hardwareThermo Scientific Ion Max API Source
The Q Exactive Focus mass spectrometer combines quadrupole precursor selection with high-resolution, accurate-mass detection to produce sensitivity that rivals triple quadrupole mass spectrometers and resolution that surpasses Q-TOF instruments.
The unique hybrid quadrupole-Orbitrap configuration provides exceptional flexibility, allowing Q Exactive Focus instruments to perform both targeted and untargeted screening with confident identification and confirmation. Q Exactive Focus instruments can take advantage of high-resolution, accurate-mass in a number of quantification approaches, including:
Application-specific software is available to make full use of the power of the Q Exactive Focus instrument. The system’s unique data acquisition function enables ultrafast real-time data acquisition and instrument control, fully automated calibration via instrument control software, and automatic gain control.
For component identification during targeted and untargeted analysis, the Thermo Scientific™ TraceFinder™ software includes libraries of high-resolution accurate-mass (HRAM) spectra. Compounds commonly targeted in food and environmental analyses, and in clinical research and forensic/toxicological studies, are represented by several thousand HRAM spectra. Combined with TraceFinder data analysis software, the Q Exactive Focus offers a powerful, yet simple-to-use solution for food safety, environmental, clinical research, forensic, and toxicological screening.
For research use only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.
*vDIA method is not available in the United States