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5989- | Physical Requirements with the Agilent 7890B
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On the second question. If they entered a Sample Amount for the data, that will produce the %. Quant Value/Sample Amount x 655. You will have to edit each pre_ in each data files and remove that line.
Is it possible to subtract GC-MS chromatograms in MSD ChemStation?
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I'm currently using MSD Chemstation to process my single quad GCMS data (from a 5977B MS). The problem I'm facing is when the method integration events do not integrate my peaks properly I always have to access View -- QEdit Quant Result to manually draw a new baseline for every single peak. I've tried to adjust integration events and could be able to achieve great integrations, however, whenever I select Quantitate -- Calculate the report always shows back the old quantitation results (those with incorrect integrations). Is this something hard coded in MSD Chemstation ? Any ways to make the method apply the new integration events when reprocess a data ?
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Hi Ron, I've figured out question 6. Basically just need to save the method before hitting Calculate. Thanks.
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