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LC-MS Data Interpretation Course  
 
 
Course Duration:
1 day, 9am - 5pm
 
Course Fee:
£295.00 (No VAT)
 
What's Included:
Lunch, tea/coffee, notes, course certificate
 
Suitable For:
Anyone with a little HPLC experience. Otherwise take the Intro Course first.
 
Location:
Laserchrom, Rochester, Kent. UK
 
Course Presenter:
 
Course Accreditation:
 
Institute of Biomedical Scientists
 
Royal College of Pathologists
 
Institute of Science & Technology
 
Next course date:
As required - see below
 

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This course is designed for chromatographers working with LC-MS, rather than for Mass Spec experts looking to work with HPLC. It lasts for one day, and is classroom based. This course is presented by Prof Tony Mallett from the University of Greenwich, who has a lifetime of experience in LC-MS!

The course covers the principles of LC-MS, an overview of ionisation sources and mass analysers used in current Mass Spectrometers, and a discussion of the means to interpret LC-MS data. We then work through a collection of examples.

Mass Spec detection is the future of HPLC. More than 50% of chromatographers are reported to be using or interested in LC-MS. Instruments are being developed at a record pace. Costs will fall. Soon everyone will have one, and it will no longer be acceptable to assume peak identification based solely on retention time. This course is therefore for all HPLC users

This course is run on an 'as required' basis. The minimum number of participants is 4. Contact us to register your interest.

 
                     
Course Content (pdf)
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