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LC/MS Fundamentals and Applications

15 Jan 2013 - 21 Feb 2013 - Live-on-the-web

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This comprehensive overview course provides relevant, practical approaches that you can immediately apply in the lab. We cover some mass spectrometry and LC interface theory, however, the real focus is on improving your ability to use LC/MS on a daily basis.

Who Should Attend: Researchers, practitioners, technicians and others who are currrently using or plan to use LC, LC/MS, or data prduced by LC/MS.

This Live-on-the-web format covers 3 days of instruction over a 6 week period. The class meets over the internet twice a week for approximately 90 minutes per session and each session is recorded. This course is also available in Self-Paced and classroom formats. This course may also be customized for in-house presentation at your facility. Click here to learn more and register

How You'll Benefit:

  • Understand LC, MS and LC/MS interface operational fundamentals
  • Receive an LC/MS applications overview for pharma, biotech, chemical, forensic and toxicology
  • Learn how to modify and optimize HPLC methods for LC/MS
  • See how to use LC/MS to obtain qualitative information about your samples

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