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10 Ways to Break Your LC-MS » 10 Ways to Break Your LC-MS

If there’s one mantra that’s essential for an LC (or GC)-MS operator it’s “contamination, contamination, contamination”.
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7 Must Know Points to Understand Atmospheric Pressure Chemical Ionization » Atmospheric Pressure Chemical Ionization

CHROMacademy delivers key knowledge quickly in bite-size modules, and to prove this here is our 7 point guide to understanding Atmospheric Pressure Chemical Ionization.
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My LC-MS isn’t behaving! Where do I start? » My LC-MS isn’t behaving

When your LC-MS is not working it can be difficult to work out exactly where the problem lies. Here’s some advice to point you in the right direction.
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Mass Spec & LCMS training from CHROMacademy

The CHROMacademy Mass Spec and LCMS training courses cover the fundamental principles such as obtaining ions in solution, ion production in the gas phase and mass analysis through to advanced concepts including optimizing API interface parameters, optimizing mass analyzer settings, interpretation of LCMS spectra and MS – MS and MSn experiments.

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Welcome to the Mass Spectrometry department
Kevin A. Schug Assistant Professor-Chemistry & Biochemistry University of Texas at ArlingtonHere you will find many great resources to bring you up to speed on the basics of an analytical technique that permeates virtually all fields of science. I was raised to appreciate the analytical power that comes from combining chromatography with mass spectrometry. While both can be operated on their own, together they are virtually unmatched in the complexity of samples which can be accommodated. Please be my guest and work through the tutorial featured here. I would welcome any comments or questions you might have on this material. If I cannot answer it, I will find you someone who can. tutor@support.chromacademy.com

Kevin A. Schug Ph.D.
Associate Professor & Shimadzu Distinguished Professor of Analytical Chemistry
Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry
The University of Texas at Arlington
 
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