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The Automated Mass Spectral Deconvolution and Identification System (AMDIS) is a computer program that extracts spectra for individual components in a GC/MS data file and identifies target compounds by matching these spectra against a reference library. It was developed at NIST with support from the United States Department of Defense and is freely available.

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To access this software connect to the Windows systems following the instructions on the Windows Systems webpage.  The software can be found under Start -> All Programs -> AMDIS.  The manual can also be found in the Start Menu folder.

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