I understand that practically any op amp can be used in single-supply mode as long as the application (interface, measurement, etc) does not require dual-supply for specific reasons.
Is there a reasons why the MIC920 (being a general purpose op amp) does not list single-supply (i.e. 0-5 V) as an option?
Is there a way to determine if it's rail-to-rail?
The planned use would be amplification of mV level positive-only pulse signals by 100-1000 times between 500 Hz - 20 kHz for reading by an MCU.