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MRMS

Magnetic Resonance Mass Spectrometry (MRMS)

MRMS is the pinnacle of mass spectrometry for both resolving power and mass accuracy
MRMS

Magnetic Resonance Mass Spectrometry (MRMS)

Bruker’s scimaX® and solariX series instruments are powered by MRMS (Magnetic Resonance Mass Spectrometry) technology. Compared with common FTMS technologies, these instruments feature unmatched eXtreme Resolution (XR) and mass accuracy. This enables routine Isotopic Fine Structure (IFS) analysis for a broad mass range, resulting in unmatched confidence for compound identification.

MRMS

MRMS Technology

eXtreme Resolution
The unrivaled eXtreme Resolution (XR) capabilities of our scimaX® system enables scientists to see vital “hidden” information that is missing in data from other types of mass spectrometers. This advanced technology provides sub-ppm accuracy over a wide mass range, and is a prerequisite for IFS analysis and formula confirmation. The result is unmatched confidence for compound identification, addressing the needs of specialists in a variety of focus areas that all desire efficient and precise solutions for their analytical problems.

Isotopic Fine Structure (IFS)
Counting Atoms – Isotopic Fine Structure allows visualization of elemental composition to eliminate the guesswork.

MRMS

MRMS Applications

Bruker's eXtreme Resolution Magnetic Resonance Mass Spectrometry (MRMS) technology enables scientists to see vital "hidden" information that is missing in data from other types of mass spectrometers. This advanced technology addresses the needs of specialists in a variety of focus areas that all desire efficient and precise solutions for their analytical problems. The unique value of this technology is Isotopic Fine Structure (IFS), resulting in unmatched confidence for compound identification that previously required guesswork.

”MRMS eXtreme Resolution enables us to address next generation metabotyping, i.e. simultaneous rapid description of hundreds of known and thousands of new metabolites relevant for dynamic biological/chemical processes.” 

Prof. Philippe Schmitt-Kopplin, Analytical BioGeoChemistry, Helmholtz Zentrum München, Germany 

 

For Research Use Only. Not for use in clinical diagnostic procedures.