Presented by James Little, Mass Spectral Interpretation Services
Wiley’s mass spectral libraries are a powerful tool for the identification of organic compounds in complex mixtures by mass spectrometry. This series of seminars will demonstrate the use of the NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) software suite for accessing Wiley, NIST, and even user-generated libraries. The software includes MS Search, MS Interpreter, and AMDIS plus ChemSketch for structural drawing. The series should be useful to a wide variety of research and developments scientists involved in medical, environmental, industrial, forensic, and biological disciplines.
Initial sessions will primarily discuss electron ionization gas chromatography/mass spectrometry (EI GC/MS) data. However, many of the principles are applicable to tandem spectra obtained by liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry (LC/MS) which will be discussed in the latter part of the series.