Common Challenges We Solve

An infrared laser is directed through a window into the vacuum of the mass spectrometer that contains the ions. The mechanism of fragmentation involves a given ion absorbing multiple infrared photons. The parent ion is excited into increasingly energetic vibrational states until a bond or bonds are broken, which results in gas phase fragments from the parent ion. 

  1. Wavelength matching to resonant vibrational states
  2. Continuous Wave or Super Pulse operation available 
  3. High mode quality enables accurate beam steering

Interested in learning more? Read publications in this field utilizing an Access Laser product HERE

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