Molecular mass and location of the most abundant peak of the molecular ion isotopomeric cluster

@article{Goraczko2005MolecularMA,
  title={Molecular mass and location of the most abundant peak of the molecular ion isotopomeric cluster},
  author={Andrzej J. Goraczko},
  journal={Journal of Molecular Modeling},
  year={2005},
  volume={11},
  pages={271-277}
}
The location of the most abundant peak of the molecular-ion pattern often differs from the molecular mass published in scientific databases. The location is also distinct from the value expected from average atomic masses. The cause of this phenomenon is a large number of atoms of carbon, sulfur, chlorine, bromine, silicon and boron. This due to the natural isotope abundances of some elements forming organic compounds. A parameter called location of the most abundant peak of an isotopometric… 
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