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