The Environmental Central Facility (ENVF) organises the following online massive familiarisation/induction sessions via ZOOM for the analytical instruments and facilities available for communal use in environmental studies for this 2022 Fall Semester. The training session timetable is listed below. Prior registration is required to secure a place in the training sessions. Please click the session start time for the respective equipment to make the registration.
Online training sessions using Zoom
|Total Organic Carbon Analyzer (TOC)||Registration Closed|
|High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC)||Registration Closed|
|Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM)||Registration Closed|
|UV-Visible NIR Spectrometer (UVVIS)||Registration Closed|
|Gas Chromatograph (GC) - Mass Selective Detector (MSD) in Electron Ionization (EI) mode||Registration Closed|
|Gas Chromatograph (GC) - Mass Selective Detector (MSD) in Chemical Ionization (CI) mode||Registration Closed|
|Inductively Coupled Plasma - Optical Emission Spectrometer (ICP-OES Varian)||Registration Closed|
|RAMAN Microscope||Registration Closed|
|Inductively Coupled Plasma - Optical Emission Spectrometer (ICP-OES Avio 200)||Registration Closed|
|Liquid Chromatography - Mass Spectrometry (LCMS)||Registration Closed|
|Gas Chromatograph with Electron Capture Detector + Headspace Sampler||Registration Closed|
[NEW] On-demand Video Training to Individual User
Alternatively, ENVF also offers on-demand video training to individual user during normal office hours, in which the user needs to come to the ENVF Laboratory (Rm 4109) in person to attend the training. User needs to make an advance booking (please CLICK HERE) as places are limited.
Note: Please be reminded to contact our staff at Rm 4109 or Rm 4112 first when you arrive at our lab for training.
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