Difference between revisions of "M/z"

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Abbreviation representing the dimensionless quantity formed by dividing the ratio of the mass of
 
Abbreviation representing the dimensionless quantity formed by dividing the ratio of the mass of
 
an ion to the [[unified atomic mass unit]], by its charge number (regardless of sign). The abbreviation is written in italicized lowercase letters with no spaces.
 
an ion to the [[unified atomic mass unit]], by its charge number (regardless of sign). The abbreviation is written in italicized lowercase letters with no spaces.
 
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:''Note 1''
:Note 2: The abbreviation ''m/z'' should not be used as a variable in a mathematical equation. Instead, the variables m (in kg) and q (in C) should be used to denote mass and charge.
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:''Note 2'': The abbreviation ''m/z'' should not be used as a variable in a mathematical equation. Instead, the variables m (in kg) and q (in C) should be used to denote mass and charge.
:Note 3: The equal sign should not be used to denote a m/z value, for example, use m/z 100 and not ''m/z'' = 100.
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:''Note 3'': The equal sign should not be used to denote a m/z value, for example, use m/z 100 and not ''m/z'' = 100.
:Note 4: The [[thomson]] (Th) unit is deprecated.
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:''Note 4'': The [[thomson]] (Th) unit is deprecated.
 
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