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Published on November 15, 2011 at 6:21 PM

Designed as 'the gas chromatographers' GC-MS system, Bruker's new SCION TQ GC-MS/MS promotes ease of use and increased workflow in busy analytical laboratories.

The advantages offered by hardware innovations - reducing the instrument footprint by half but at the same time improving performance over traditional gas chromatography systems - are supplemented by the utility and ease of use of the unique SCION Compound Based Scanning (CBS) software.

Bruker’s SCION TQ GC-MS/MS Compound Based Scanning software is key to increasing workflow for gas chromatographers.

Bruker's software for the SCION TQ includes a number of important tools and features to make method set up, data analysis and comparisons of similar spectra much easier. With gas chromatographers in mind, the SCION software package includes: a CBS Multiple Reaction Monitoring (MRM) compound library for easy set up of methods; additional spectral libraries e.g. NIST, Wiley, Pfleger/Maure/Weber (PMW); plug in to multiple user-customizable spectral libraries with automatic search functions; and, Bruker's mass spectrometry (MS) workstation software.

Kefei Wang, Global GCMS Product Manager at Bruker CAM says:

"The software makes complicated analysis easy, particularly for those with little prior mass spectrometry knowledge. MRM set up requires no expert knowledge - the compound name may be simply dragged from the pre-installed compound library and the software auto-fills the full details of the method and manages the full duty cycle of the triple quad.

Jim Koers, Bruker CAM Software Manager, added: "To put this into context, manual TQ method development for a 200 compound method would require around 12,000 keystrokes and take several days. With CBS, we can achieve a fully optimized method in a matter of hours, and with less than 200 keystrokes!"

The SCION TQ system comes complete with the Bruker compound library, which details some 2,500 MRM transitions. Results are presented in a standard pro-forma accepted across the industry and may be cross referenced against known spectral libraries to aid interpretation and final delivery.

For more information on SCION SQ and SCION TQ systems, please visit: www.scionhasarrived.com

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