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Homework Help: chemistry

Posted by Bun on Tuesday, December 29, 2009 at 11:59pm.

1. The mass spectrum can be observed for all forms: pos. ion, neg.ion, molecules, and atoms, can't it?

2. Is there a formular to calculate how many spectrum of the substances we need to observe? Please give me some examples, and calculation.

3. I knew the examples of H2S+, and how to draw the table to find the peak, but I don't know the formula to calculate how many peak without using the table, so I need other examples, and how to calculate peaks.

Thanks a lot

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