Introducing CCSondemand and the power of machine learning for CCS prediction

Collision cross section (CCS) values have long been established as a complementary identification metric that can aid the characterization of complex samples. In this blog post, Waters scientists, Mike McCullagh and Russell Mortishire-Smith discuss the fundamentals of CCS prediction and the exciting potential of the CCSondemand software.

Unlocking the power of DESI with IMS on the SYNAPT XS

Some ionization techniques involve significant sample preparation, taking valuable time away from scientific researchers. Desorption electrospray ionization (DESI) was developed by Graham Cooks’ group at Purdue University in 2004 as a mass spectrometry (MS) ionization method that does not require significant sample preparation and creates high throughputs.

Mapping the pathway of DIA innovation, from DDA to the SYNAPT XS

Evolving customer requirements have driven Waters’ innovation in data independent acquisition over 20 years. Fueled by the needs of our customers, Waters’ legacy spans the commercialization of data dependent acquisition to the development of our pioneering DIA technologies, including MSE, HDMSE and SONAR. The latest advances are now available side-by-side on the SYNAPT XS.

Pushing the boundaries of space exploration with IMS-MS

International Space Day is observed annually on the first Friday in May, and is dedicated to the extraordinary achievements, benefits and opportunities within space exploration. In celebration of International Space Day this year, we hope to inspire the next generation of scientists with some of the remarkable contributions mass spectrometry (MS) and ion mobility technology have made to furthering our understanding of outer space. Find out more in our latest blog post.

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