RADAR Understanding Sample Complexity and Improving Quantitative Data Quality
18 Dec 2014

To maintain high quality reproducible data, RADAR™ was introduced on the Xevo® TQ MS instruments. This white paper describes how RADAR mode makes it possible to monitor matrix interferences, metabolites, impurities and degradants in a sample while accurately quantifying target compounds without losing sensitivity or performance. Understanding the matrix of individual samples and monitoring changes in matrix across different samples will lead to continuous improvement of quality of the services provided by the laboratory.

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