Debating Resolution and Mass Accuracy

@inproceedings{BaloghDebatingRA,
  title={Debating Resolution and Mass Accuracy},
  author={Michael P. Balogh}
}
A mass spectrometer's resolution and mass accuracy are the primary considerations for determining whether an instrument suits its intended purpose. Unlike UV and other chromatographic detectors that provide inferential data, mass spectrometers have traditionally provided chromatographers with qualitative information. Now that these instruments are becoming fairly commonplace in liquid chromatography (LC) systems, chromatographers expect them to provide not only mass data but also to possess all… CONTINUE READING
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