Gas Chromatography – Mass Spectrometry (GC-MS)

An example of a "hyphenated" technique combining two analytical techniques.  The Gas Chromatograph (GC) is used to separate mixtures of compounds. This is linked to a Mass Spectrometer (MS) which detects the resolved compounds. Neutral molecules exiting the analytical column are ionised typically at 70eV, the ions are then filtered before being detected.

Gas Chromatography - Mass Spectrometry Training Courses

Classroom-based training courses:

Generic laboratory-based, hands-on training courses:

Manufacturer-specific laboratory-based, hands-on training courses:

  • 4-day Comprehensive GC-MS Training (PerkinElmer GCMS with TurboMass) - coming soon
    • 2-day Comprehensive GC-MS Hardware Training (PerkinElmer GCMS) - coming soon
    • 2-day Comprehensive GC-MS Software Training (PerkinElmer TurboMass) - coming soon
  • 4-day Comprehensive GC-MS Training (PerkinElmer GCMS with TurboMass) - coming soon
    • 2-day Comprehensive GC-MS Hardware Training (PerkinElmer GCMS) - coming soon
    • 2-day Comprehensive GC-MS Software Training (PerkinElmer TurboMass) - coming soon
  • 4-day Comprehensive GC-MS Training (Varian/Bruker SQ-MS with Workstation) - coming soon
    • 2-day Comprehensive GC-MS Hardware Training (Varian/Bruker SQ-MS) - coming soon
    • 2-day Comprehensive GC-MS Software Training (Varian/Bruker Workstation) - coming soon
  • 4-day Comprehensive GC-MS Training (Leco Pegasus TOF with ChromaTOF) - coming soon
    • 2-day Comprehensive GC-MS Hardware Training (Leco Pegasus TOF) - coming soon
    • 2-day Comprehensive GC-MS Software Training (Leco ChromaTOF) - coming soon

Advanced training:

  • Deconvolution
  • Mass Spectral Interpretation
  • Chemometrics