Transforming ICP-MS Technology: Agilent 8800 Triple Quadrupole ICP-MS

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  • Date: Feb 13, 2012 - 15:00 - 16:00 (local time)
  • Categories: Atomic
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Transforming ICP-MS Technology:
Agilent 8800 Triple Quadrupole ICP-MS


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Learn how to transform your laboratory's performance.
Discover the power and potential of ICP-QQQ technology!

Agilent 8800

Technology Transformed. Performance Redefined.

The new Agilent 8800 ICP Triple Quad (ICP-QQQ) marks an industry breakthrough, providing applications capabilities and research opportunities never possible before.

Results you can trust

The unique configuration of the 8800 ICP-QQQ enables MS/MS operation, providing precise control of reaction processes in the collision/reaction cell. This ensures reaction mode results are consistent and reliable, even when the sample composition is complex or variable.

Maximum flexibility

With better performance than conventional reaction cell ICP-MS, the 8800 also offers unrivaled flexibility for solving difficult applications, and new opportunities for advanced research.

A proven foundation

The 8800 continues Agilent's remarkable history of innovation in atomic spectroscopy. It represents a risk-free investment, sharing critical hardware components and its software platform with the field-proven 7700 Series ICP-MS.


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Ed McCurdyEd McCurdy
ICP-MS Product Manager
Agilent Technologies

Ed McCurdy Biography

Ed McCurdy is an ICP-MS Product Manager working for Agilent Technologies Life Sciences and Chemical Analysis Group in the UK. After graduating from the University of Plymouth in 1980, Ed obtained a postgraduate qualification in Environmental Sciences at Farnborough. Following this course, Ed took up a post as Research Assistant in the Surrey University laboratory of Dr Alan Gray in 1987, where he spent 3 years working with early ICP-MS instruments. Before joining Agilent in 1997, he worked for 7 years in the ICP-MS Applications Group at VG Elemental in the UK.

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