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3-day Agilent H4043A GC-MS Operator course

30 Sep 2013 - 02 Oct 2013 - The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK



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This three-day course is designed to complement the installation of the Agilent GC-MS, providing training on the operation of the Agilent 5973 and 5975 Mass Spectrometers and MSD Chemstation software.  It combines a mixture of classroom based presentations with hands-on software and hardware lab exercises, to give you comprehensive training. This course includes MS Basics and hardware configuration; MS tuning; data acquisition; qualitative & quantitative data analysis; custom reports & databases; sequencing; and an introduction to retention time locking, RPN commands and macros.

This course is for someone who is a user of the Agilent GC-MS and Chemstation and has fundamental knowledge of GC-MS.

 Special offer: Book both H4043A and H2294A together and receive a 10% discount.

“Very informative practical “hands-on” GC-MS work. Excellent course materials. Detailed/right level.” Research Fellow.

“Found it all interesting as it is planned around the instrument I use day to day. The file is useful to look back on and work through. Lab exercises and laptop work is useful.” GC/GC-MS Technician, University.



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