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A Streamlined Workflow for the Rapid Identification of Unknowns Using MS Structure ID

Brent G. Pautler, Richard Lee & Joe DiMartino


When performing any type of screening assay, one of the most significant analysis challenges lies in the identification of unknown components. While high resolution and high mass accuracy enables greater precision when predicting elemental composition, these estimates lack structural information. When faced with a true unknown, even the fragment ion analysis has limitations and can only highlight particular functional groups at best.

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