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Member since: 2014
Organization: TTC Analytical Services, Corporation
Application Area: proteomics
"Samples are quickly analyzed and very accurate results."
Member since: 2013
Application Area:MS fragmentation building, Impurities/metabolite identification/characterization, data dependent
"I liked its ease of operation, easily accessible functions, rugged instrument design performance, which enables and encourages a user to explore and exploit a wide array of functions that it offers."
Member since: 2012
Organization: The Coca-Cola Company
"A very good choice for research and non-target analysis."
Member since: 2010
Organization: Purdue University
"It is a robust instrument with good quality. The software interface is easy to use and user friendly. The accuracy and resolution may not be as good as other instruments, such as the Orbitrap."
Member since: 2011
Organization: University of Michigan
"LTQ XL is a good ion trap for neuropeptide analyses, and it's fairly easy to maintain. Changing ion source to new objective source improves capillary-LC interface. However, I feel it should scan faster."
Member since: 2007
Organization: University of Ferrara
Member since: 2008
Organization: PACIFIC NORTHWEST NATIONAL LABORATORY
"Good MS instrument."
Member since: 2011
Organization: University of Florida
"The hardware is of top-notch construction and analytical performance, however the software could be a bit more user friendly."
The LTQ XL™ extends the legendary MSn performance of the LTQ™, incorporating more techniques to generate structural information through Thermo Scientific’s innovations in ion trap technology. Thermo Scientific's LTQ XL is the only mass spectrometer that offers multiple dissociation techniques, PQD, ETD and CID. Pulsed Q Collision Induced Dissociation (PQD) is a patented technique that eliminates the low mass cut-off concern inherent with all ion traps. This results in extensive coverage for predicted and unpredicted metabolites, and the ability to perform peptide quantification using iTRAQ™ labels.
In addition, fast polarity switching for high-sensitivity analysis of unknowns, high resolution isolation (HRI), intelligent Data Dependent™ acquisition, and optional high resolution accurate mass functionality are all tools to help the researcher gain confident structural identification routinely.
LTQ XL – Redefining Performance