Difference between revisions of "Resolution (mass spectrometry)"

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'''Another comment''':  Note that resolving power is dimensionless, but when defined as peakwidth, it usually has units of "parts-per-million" (of mass).  Thus, a resolution of 10,000 corresponds to 100 ppm.
 
'''Another comment''':  Note that resolving power is dimensionless, but when defined as peakwidth, it usually has units of "parts-per-million" (of mass).  Thus, a resolution of 10,000 corresponds to 100 ppm.
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"...when defined in the same way as [[resolving power]]. Resolution is the inverse of resolving power and expressed as Δ'''M''' at '''M'''..."
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==Definition of resolution in mass spectrometry books==
 
==Definition of resolution in mass spectrometry books==

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