Simplified Mass Spectrometry for Academia


  • Overview
  • Venue
Date(s): 25 October 2017
Time: 8:30am - 12:30pm
Location: Plymouth Meeting, PA
Language: English

Mass spectrometry is a technique that has become increasingly pervasive in academic research and industry, providing qualitative and quantitative information for a variety of applications. Universities looking to provide added value to their chemistry and biochemistry curricula are recognizing that LC/MS laboratory experience is a valuable skill for graduating students.

The ACQUITY QDa Detector was introduced to eliminate concerns of complexity, size and affordability usually associated with mass spectrometry and to meet the growing requests to deliver mass data to new analysts and laboratories.

This workshop will be an introduction to the theories of mass spectrometry and specifically the ACQUITY QDa Detector.  Applications and examples are discussed, which will provide a solid base for incorporating mass spectrometry into your current workflows or teaching curriculum. Please join us for a half-day session which will highlight the advantages and application of mass spectrometry in your lab.

AGENDA

8:30am  Registration
9:00am  Introductions
9:15am  MS 101 for Academia
10:15am  QDa, The Chromatographer's Mass Detector
11:00am  Break 
11:15am  QDa Applications
11:45am  Lab Session
12:30pm Lunch (conclusion)

For additional information or questions, please contact Denise_Heyburn@waters.com.