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Unlocking the Power of Isomer Separation with the Vocus CI-IMS-TOF

The Vocus CI-IMS-TOF is a groundbreaking technology that combines Ion Mobility Spectrometry (IMS) and Chemical Ionization (CI) Time-of-Flight (TOF) Mass Spectrometry to provide 2D ion mass/charge and cross section data. This innovation allows you to deconvolute multiple isomeric or isobaric components present in a single mass spectral peak, providing unprecedented clarity in your analyses.

The Vocus CI-IMS-TOF offers real-time analysis of VOC isomer populations at much faster speed than traditional GC-MS methods.

Webinar Highlights

During this on-demand webinar, you will:

Explore the Vocus CI-IMS-TOF Instrument

Get an in-depth look at the instrument’s use and principles of operation.

Dual Functionality

Learn how the Vocus offers two modes of operation – MS-only and IMS-MS – giving you the flexibility to choose the right approach for your analytical needs.

Real-Time Isomer Population Monitoring

Discover how the Vocus CI-IMS-TOF enables real-time monitoring of VOC isomer populations, a crucial advantage for processes with rapidly changing isomer ratios.

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Webinar: Unlocking the Power of VOC Isomer Separation with the Vocus CI-IMS-TOF

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