Sep 16, 2019  
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CHEM 615/6105 - Principles and Applications of Mass Spectrometry (3 cr.)



Prerequisites
  or consent of instructor.

Description
This course addresses the theory of mass spectrometry and develops the technique as a modern analytical tool to solving research problems in chemistry and biochemistry. It also addresses gas-phase ion chemistry. The course will be delivered in three sections: instrumentation, theory and applications. Topics will include ionization techniques, mass separation techniques and mass analyzers, ion dissociation, ion mobility, in addition it will include sophisticated experimental methods, such as tandem in space and tandem in time mass spectrometry. Mass spectral interpretation will also be covered for various applications, including environmental, food chemistry and medical sciences.



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