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Intensity 12 , the 13C contribution, may be calculated on the basis of the corresponding peak one mass unit lower. Sand (11 + 12 ) are known quantities. Subtraction of the calculated error from the observed error yields a mass measurement error for the CH species. As may be seen from the results tabulated in Table V, this procedure works quite well. TABLE V. 8 Thus, one obvious use of equation (2) is immediately suggested. This equation could readily be incorporated into a data reduction scheme to eliminate 13C isotopic contributions to unresolved doublets, be they 13C us.
2a, 2b, 3a, and 3b demonstrate that improved accuracy is obtained on more intense peaks, a corresponding improvement would be obtained for peaks above 2 % of the base peak at a higher sample flow rate. Results of experiments on other organic samples indicate the results obtained over a dynamic range of 500--1. A representative example is a series of eight scans of the spectrum of methyl arachidate (discussed in a subsequent section), the methyl ester of n-C 20 acid, at a resolution of 25,000. 2 %of the base peak, and masses above m/e 100.