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1-day Basics of Deconvolution training course (AMDIS)

17 Feb 2014 - 17 Feb 2014 - Milton Keynes, UK

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What will you learn on this course? This one day classroom based course teaches you the theory of how to use this powerful Automated Mass Spectral Deconvolution and Identification System software to process your GC-MS data through presentations and demonstrations by the course instructor. Who is this course for? If you need to understand how deconvolution works with the AMDIS software, then come along and learn from this course. This course is for someone who has fundamental knowledge of GC-MS. If you would like an AMDIS course with practical software exercises, please select the 2-day Applied Deconvolution (AMDIS) course.

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