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Hi,
I have to separate two peaks at LC Side for LC/Ms-Ms analysis. Can I quantify overlapping two peaks?

Thanks
pharm2004 wrote:
Hi,
I have to separate two peaks at LC Side for LC/Ms-Ms analysis. Can I quantify overlapping two peaks?

Thanks


If the two peaks have unique parent:daughter transition masses then if they co-elute you can still quantify them. If they are isomers with the same transition masses then you need to separate.
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