3 Part Webinar series: Got Mass? Fast LC and LC/MS: Answers to your lab's demanding questions

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  • Date: May 21, 2008 - 15:00 - 16:00 (local time)
  • Categories: HPLC / Base Peak

spectroscopyNOW.com Web Seminar - Got Mass? Latest Innovations in Fast LC and Mass Spectrometry Analysis for Pharmaceutical and Forensic Applications
Got Mass?
Fast LC and LC/MS: Answers to your lab's demanding questions.

This complimentary 3-part seminar series focuses on utilizing RRLC with Single Quad, Triple Quad and TOF mass spectrometry, highlighting the advantages of using sub-two micron particle technology for high resolution, fast chromatography coupled to mass spectrometers with the latest technological advances. In addition, the large data pools generated from fast analysis requires significant time for data review. Automated data analysis software accompanying the latest instrument technologies will be illustrated for the transition of great data into great discoveries.

Attendees will benefit from live discussions with scientists in a number of industries. Come hear your peers offer their best practices in LC/MS in order to achieve better results in less time.

Each of these technical live sessions will be approximately 45 minutes in length to accommodate your busy work schedule.

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Development of Triple Quadrupole methods
for forensic analysis of drugs of abuse in blood and oral fluid

Christine Moore, Ph.D. - Immunalysis Corporation

Accuracy for the masses:
pushbutton sub-ppm mass accuracy for small molecules

Justin G. Stroh, Ph.D. - Chemical & Screening Sciences Wyeth Research

High-Throughput Simultaneous Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis:
Achieving Optimum Results

Kenneth C. Lewis, Ph.D. - CEO OpAns, LLC

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Brought to you by spectroscopyNOW.com and separationsNOW.com

Webinar Series sponsored by:

Agilent Technologies

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