Agilent Plans to Increase Mass Range of 6410 Mass Spec by 21 Percent | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Agilent Technologies plans to extend the range of its 6410 triple quadrupole mass spectrometer range 21 percent, or to 2,000 m/z from 1,650 m/z, the company said today.
 
An Agilent official said the firm hopes to launch the upgraded instrument this August.

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