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1-day Absolute Basics of GC & GC-MS training course

17 Jun 2014 - 17 Jun 2014 - Tbc



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What will you learn on this course? This is a perfect introduction for absolute beginners to gas chromatography and GC-MS. The course will cover the what, why, where, when and how of GC & GC-MS. What is a GC or GC-MS? Why would you use them? How would they help solve your problems and what answers could they give? When would you use them? What types of analytes and samples can you use them for? How would you use them? How do they work and what is available? Where would you use them? Which applications to answer what questions? Who is this course for? If you have no or very little knowledge of gas chromatography, are an analyst, technician, engineer or work in sales and would like to improve your knowledge in this area, then this is the course for you. For a full course outline please email courses@anthias.co.uk.

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