Interpretation of mass spectrometry (MS) data can help solve problems. The goal of this 2.5 day course is to improve your mass spectral interpretation skills. This course is followed by a three day "Advanced Mass Spectral Interpretation" course, PACS course number 20. Your MS success needs effective data interpretation skills. This popular course is designed for providers and users of mass spectral data. It is designed to improve the productivity and quality of results from your MS lab and/or to facilitate wise decisions for your firms use of MS data. If you have a present or future need to use MS to help solve problems but require basic principles and some directions, this course is for you. Plan to bring your calculator or laptop computer. This course is a "hands on" problems working course. A course outline is below.
The course leader is Dr. Henry Nowicki; he has well over thirty years of MS experiences in many problem solving application areas: environmental sciences, clinical, toxicology, forensics, legal and illegal drugs, natural products, metabolism, food sciences, R&D, biotechnology, and others. A required text is "Interpretation Of Mass Spectra", fourth edition by Fred McLafferty and F. Turecek. This book must be brought to your PACS course and can be purchased from: University Science Books, 20 Edgehill Road, Mill Valley, CA 94941 or phone (415) 332-5390 and FAX (415) 332-5393. This course will cover most of the problems in the first five chapters and additional selected subjects.
Register by mailing a copy of the REGISTRATION FORM. Send it with a payment of $2395 to secure your attendance. Hotel information and a map will be sent to confirm your registration. Please list your special interest(s) on the registration form. Enrollment is limited to assure your maximum course benefits. On-site PACS courses are available (most PACS courses can be provided at your time and place). Telephone Henry Nowicki or Barb Sherman at 1.724.457.6576 if you need further information. PACS also provides laboratory testing and consulting services.
Plan to take "Advanced Mass Spectral Interpretation", PACS course number 20.
Course participants are encouraged to e-mail questions to Dr. Henry Nowicki at
Please NOTE: List your special interest on the registration form. We will try to accommodate your interest. PACS also provides internet consulting information at http://pacslabs.com
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