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Mass Spectral Interpretation

04 Mar 2013 - 05 Mar 2013 - Singapore

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This course teaches you the important skills of how to determine the "quality" of a mass spectrum and how to decide if the mass spectrum is worthy of interpretation. It's designed to help you develop the fundamental skills necessary to understand fragmentation of ions formed by electron ionization (EI) in GC/MS or by one of the soft ionization techniques used in LC/MS.

This 2-day classroom course is co-located with the Mass Spectrometry 2013 conference and exhibition, hosted by Separation Science, in Singapore. Click here to learn more and register.

You'll Learn How to:

  • Determine elemental composition
  • Use Library Search Programs and databases of mass spectra
  • Understand different types of m/z analyzers and ions

This course is also available in Self-Paced, Live-on-the-web, and customized in-house formats.

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