About Mass Spectrometry

Resources for Teaching MS Remotely

Suggestions Shared by ASMS Community

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Suggested by James Little

  • Effective Use of NIST Software with Commercial and User Software for Unknown Identification by GC-MS a series of free videos and other information.

    Commercial EI (electron ionization) libraries from NIST and Wiley are a powerful tools for the identification of organic compounds in complex mixtures by GC-MS.  A 5-part series of seminars demonstrates the use of the NIST software using both commercial and user-created libraries.  The NIST software includes MS Search, MS Interpreter, and AMDIS plus the user's choice of a commercial drawing program.  The information including YouTubes and complimentary detailed handouts should be useful for scientists involved in medical, environmental, industrial, forensic, and biological disciplines.

Suggested by ASMS Office

  • ASMS Vimeo channel features 36 videos from our about 'About Mass Spectrometry' collection.

Suggested by Allis Chien

Suggested by Frederik Lermyte @FLermyte

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Suggested by Amanda Smythers @AmandaLSmythers

Suggested by Joshua Sharp @JoshuaSSharp

 

Help Us Help You (and Joe Loo!)

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ASMS has created this page as a resource for instructors who need to teach mass spectrometry in remote lecture courses and lab classes. During the current situation, lab course instructors have no-doubt created interesting ways to teach mass spectrometry without the "hands-on" component. UCLA’s Joe Loo is struggling to instruct students the principles of how to operate a mass spectrometer without access to an instrument.

Please help Joe and the rest of the MS community by sending your ideas and remote-learning tools that you use to teach mass spectrometry to the ASMS Education Committee (info@asms.org).