SELECT SERIES Cyclic IMS

Ultimate power, ultimate performance. Redefine the boundaries of science.

Developed through focused collaboration, the SELECT SERIES Cyclic IMS combines novel cyclic ion mobility separation with state-of-the-art high performance, time-of-flight mass spectrometry, enabling leading researchers to unlock the potential in scientific discovery.

  • Extends the benefits of routine ion mobility
  • Provides variable, high-resolution ion mobility separations
  • Introduces the unique ability to perform ion mobility/ion mobility and IMSn experiments.
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CCS Prediction Application Note: Investigation and Performance Evaluation of a Research Prototype Tool for CCS Prediction

With its ease-of-use, flexibility and speed, CCS prediction is a highly useful tool to provide reference and guidance for qualitative analysis.
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ASMS 2021 Explore New Frontiers Live at ASMS 2021

Come and say hello at Waters Booth #219 for ASMS 2021, live in Philadelphia from October 31 – November 4. We look forward to seeing you there!
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IMS website #SayYEStoIMS

Learn about IMS-MS with informative blogs, inspirational videos, the latest research papers, application notes and more at the new IMS Hub.
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DESI XS DESI™ XS: Designed to Deliver

Deployable across the Waters HRMS portfolio, the DESI XS source DESI XS is a foundation upon which the next generation of developments in Waters DESI MS imaging will be built, future proofing MS imaging needs.
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Now Available On-demand: Virtual Mass Spectrometry Users Meeting 2021

Gain access to inspiring talks and learn about the latest developments in mass spectrometry. #ExploreFrontiers2021
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Select Series webinar ON-DEMAND WEBINAR: Ion Mobility Mass Spectrometry

Watch the on-demand webinar from Waters and SelectScience®, with Professor Ian Wilson from Imperial College London, and Professor Kostas Thalassinos from University College London, as they highlight the benefits of IM-MS for two different application areas.
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