JMS-S3000 SpiralTOF™-plus
Ultra-High Mass Resolution MALDI-TOFMS System

The JMS-S3000 SpiralTOF™-plus Ultra-High Mass Resolution MALDI-TOFMS System time-of-flight optics design utilizes a figure-eight ion trajectory to allow a 17m flight path to fit in an extremely small console. This exceptionally long flight path results in an ultrahigh resolving power of >75,000 and sub-ppm mass accuracy. The versatile SpiralTOF is an essential research tool for your state-of-the-art MS analyses of functional synthetic polymers, material science and biomolecules.

Revolutionary, Ultrahigh Performance TOF Ion Optics

Spiral TOF - JMS-S3000-plus


Further Information

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SpiralTOF™-plus MALDI-TOFMS Details

  • SpiralTOF, TOF/TOF and Linear TOF analyzers
  • Ultrahigh resolving power of >75,000 over wide mass range
  • Sub-ppm mass accuracy with internal standard
  • Mono isotopic precursor selection
  • True high-energy (20 keV) CID
  • Free of artifacts from post-source decay (PSD)

SPIRAL TOF


SPIRAL TOF-TOF


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  25. Application of High-Resolution MALDI-TOFMS with a Spiral Ion Trajectory for the Structural Characterization of Free Radical Polymerized Methacrylate Ester Copolymers; H. Sato, Ishii, Momose, T. Sato, and Teramoto; Mass Spectrometry; 2013.
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