NEW YORK, Nov 8 – Thermo Finnigan, formerly ThermoQuest, has announced the release of its new TSQ Quantum triple quadrupole mass spectrometer.

The company said the product is both high-resolution and compact, measuring 55 by 56 by 79 centimeters.

“With the highest resolution and sensitivity of any triple quadrupole mass spectrometer on the market, it significantly lowers practical detection limits, ushering in a new age in mass spectrometry,” the company said in a statement.

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