JEOL USA Press Releases

JEOL USA Press Releases


JEOL USA Press Releases

June 2, 2016 (Peabody, Mass.) -- JEOL USA will unveil several new analytical technologies during ASMS 2016 in San Antonio, Texas (Booth #229). With a comprehensive line of time-of-flight mass spectrometers, JEOL advances analytical capabilities for a wide range of scientific research.

JEOL and the company's mass spectrometry customers will present several posters at ASMS. In particular, one oral presentation by collaborators at University at Albany will detail the use of AccuTOF-DART for "Classification of Blow Fly Eggs for Determination of Post-Mortem Interval." For a list of posters and presentations relevant to JEOL, visit

New mass spec technologies in the spotlight this year include:

Real-time gas analysis with InfiTOF
JEOL will introduce the InfiTOF, a compact high-resolution mass spectrometer designed for real-time gas analysis. The InfiTOF’s unique multi-turn ion optics provide high-resolution mass spectra in a system that is the size of a personal computer tower.

New Photoionization (PI) source for hydrocarbon analysis
A new combination electron ionization/photoionization (EI/PI) source for JEOL’s fourth-generation AccuTOF-GCX high-resolution time-of-flight mass spectrometer. Photoionization is a soft ionization method that provides molecular weight information with minimal fragmentation. It very sensitive for certain environmentally-important compound classes such as polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs).

AccuTOFTM-DART® with ionRocket
The AccuTOF-DART has been demonstrated with a new ionRocket thermal desorption and pyrolysis system (Biochromato, Inc.). The AccuTOF-DART, an “ambient ionization toolbox” that can carry out a range of techniques without having to change any hardware, produces clean, reproducible, easy-to-interpret data that has been published in two new applications notes.

MALDI-TOF with Enhanced Imaging
This ultrahigh resolution TOF features monoisotopic precursor selection for MS/MS. The 17-meter SpiralTOF flight path minimizes the effect of topographic variations on the sample surface, allowing high mass-resolving power for tissue imaging.

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