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Refurbished Thermo Finnigan LCQ Deca XP Max LC/MSn

Title: Refurbished Thermo Finnigan LCQ Deca XP Max LC/MSn
Company: International Equipment Trading Ltd.
Location: Vernon Hills, Illinois, USA
Email: info@ietltd.com
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Description:

Refurbished Thermo Finnigan LCQ Deca XP Max LC/MSn complete with Ion Max Source with ESI, new dual processor HP Pentium IV PC with Windows XP, new 19" LCD monitor and Xcalibur 2.0 software.

The LCQ Deca XP MAX is the benchmark ion trap mass spectrometer for reliable metabolite identification, peptide mapping, and complex mixture analysis. The universal Ion Max source allows simple tool-less switching of ionization probes. The new source design, along with Ion Sweep gas, provides improved ruggedness, and full-scan sensitivity for analyses of mixtures in complex matrices. Fully automated MS capabilities and advanced Data Dependent scan functions deliver reliable results quickly. The LCQ Deca XP MAX has demonstrated proven performance, especially in the areas of metabolite structural elucidation and peptide sequence determination. Powerful Xcalibur data system facilitates data analysis and simplifies the generation of results providing a high-throughput platform that accelerates drug discovery and development.

SPECIFICATIONS
Mass Range: m/z 15 to 4000 amu
Scan Power: MSn, for n = 1 to 10
MS / MS Sensitivity: 50:1
Resolution: @ Normal Unit mass scan, 10000 @ HR (FWHM)
Scan Speed: 28 ~ 66000 amu / sec
Multiple systems available.

Close Date: April 3, 2015
Phone: +1 (847) 913-0777
Email: info@ietltd.com
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