Learn how the Agilent 7010 Triple Quadrupole GC/MS redraws the boundaries of GC/MS/MS.
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Dramatically reduce quantification
limits with the NEW Agilent 7010
Triple Quadrupole GC/MS System
The new high-efficiency Electron Ionization (EI) source maximizes the number of ions that are created and focused into the first quadrupole – resulting in the many benefits of the new Agilent 7010 Triple Quadrupole GC/MS.
MORE IONS – detection limits lowered
to attogram levels
The enhanced sensitivity of the new high-efficiency El source enables up to 20x more ions, and delivers unprecedented performance including:
Shorter dwell times required to achieve expected precision
More transitions measured per compound
Improved ion ratios for better qualitative information
MORE IONS – boost workflow efficiency
Greater El source sensitivity allows you to run only 1/4 the sample volume for routine analysis with:
Up to 300% improvement of liner life
Up to 3x longer column life based on smaller sample injection
Simplified workflow – no need for sample pre-concentration
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More ions help
you do more

Presented by Tom Doherty, Ph.D Triple Quadrupole GC/MS Product Manager, Agilent Technologies, Inc.
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What can more ions do for your GC/MS/MS?
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