- Number of days: 1
- Experience level: Advanced
- Type: Manufacturer-specific; analysts using NIST's Automated Mass Spectral Deconvolution and Identification System (AMDIS) software
- Teaching method: Face-to-face classroom
- RSC CPD approval: Approved for CPD
- Course venue: This course is run on demand - please contact us to book
- Onsite/offsite availability: Arrange this course just for you
- Scheduled course price: £405 + VAT per delegate
This course has been approved by the Royal Society of Chemistry for purposes of Continuing Professional Development (CPD). RSC members receive a discount of 10% for this course (membership number required) if booked at least 6 weeks in advance.
What will you learn on this course?
This one day classroom based course teaches you the theory of how to use this powerful Automated Mass Spectral Deconvolution and Identification System software to process your GC-MS data through presentations and demonstrations by the course instructor.
- You will learn about analytical resolution in mass spectrometry
- You will learn how to operate NIST's Automated Mass Spectral Deconvolution and Identification System (AMDIS) software for the processing of complex spectra
- You will learn how deconvolution works with the AMDIS software
- You will learn about the various types of mass spectral deconvolution analysis in AMDIS including Simple, Retention Index and Internal standard methods
- You will learn of the benefits of using AMDIS software for processing GC-MS data
Who is this course for?
If you need to understand how deconvolution works with the AMDIS software, then come along and learn from this course. This course is for someone who has fundamental knowledge of GC-MS.
If you would like an AMDIS course with practical software exercises, please select the 2-day Applied Deconvolution (NIST AMDIS) course.
Contact us to book this course.
Feedback from previous attendees
"The topic was well explained. There was a lot of information that was new to me and the team but Diane managed to keep us all focused. We found it all useful. We all feel that we now have a much better understanding of both NIST and AMDIS ." Delegate from flavour and fragrance industry, attended bespoke Basics of Deconvolution (NIST AMDIS) training, October 2016.