Virtual Classroom Training: An Introduction to Advanced Techniques in GC & GC-MS

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Module 10 of the Complete GC & GC-MS and part 2 of The GC & GC-MS Clinic courses.

Course summary

Course approval

This course has been approved by the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) for purposes of Continuing Professional Development (CPD). RSC members and Community for Analytical Measurement Science (CAMS) members receive a discount of 10% for this course (membership number required).

What will you learn on this course?

This module provides an introduction to some advanced techniques that can be used for difficult or complex samples. It includes Selective Discrimination, Deconvolution, Mass Spectral Interpretation, Multi-Dimensional GC (GC+GC & GCxGC) and Chemometrics.

Learning outcomes

  • You will get an introduction to GC & MS advanced techniques to gain an understanding of if they will be useful for your sample analysis, before attending technique-specific training.

Who is this course for?

Before attending this course you should have a good knowledge of gas chromatography and the techniques covered in the Practical Essentials of GC & GC-MS.

How does the virtual classroom training work?

You will be provided with a link to access the virtual classroom and the training course will be presented live at the scheduled time through video conferencing. You will have the opportunity to ask questions during the live course. If for any reason you miss the live broadcast, you will be provided with a one-time link to access a recording of the course and can submit any questions via email.

To gain the full knowledge of gas chromatography it is highly recommended to attend the full Complete GC & GC-MS course.

Course feedback

Just some of the feedback from attendees of our face-to-face classroom course:

"There was enough time to ask questions if not completely sure about something, or if I didn’t understand something for the first time. It was a good summary of techniques and theoretical background + useful tables summarizing the data. I can use these for future reference!"