June 18, 2010 - 4:00pm
Part 1: The theory of various mass analyzers including quadruples,
linear and three dimensional ion traps, time of flight, ion cyclotron r
esonance, and hybrid analyzers will be reviewed. Emphasis will be
placed on quadruple technology and quadruple-friendly samples.
Part 1 to Part 1 (June18)
Part 2: The University of Pittsburgh submitted samples to Shimadzu
Scientific Instruments to be run in their LCMS-2020 single quadruple
mass spectrometer. The sample data generated from the LCMS-2020
will be used to do a spectral interpretation tutorial.
Part 2 to Part 2 (Date to be announced)
PIZZA will be available in the lecture room at 11:40am. Please bring your own drinks.
Location and Address
Thaw Hall 11
LC-MC Training Seminar (Part 1)