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Fig. 3 List showing 12 of the 21 qualified targets found by the Find-by-Fragments algorithm. Additional information for myclobutanil is shown in Figures 4 and 5. The table shows among other things the molecular formula (a), the compound name (b), the difference in the measured mass of the molecular ion and the theoretical value in ppm (c), an indication that the compound was qualified (met the user set criteria) or other information about the compound (d), the difference between the measured retention time and the PCDL value (in min) (e), a score (0–100) for the relative abundance for the extracted ions (f), the number of qualified ions for the compound (out of six in this case) (g), and the average coelution score (0–100) for all qualified ions (h).
Wylie, P.L.; Westland, J.; Wang, M.; Radwan, M.M.; Majumdat, C.G.; ElSohly, M.A. (2020). "Screening for more than 1,000 pesticides and environmental contaminants in cannabis by GC/Q-TOF". Medical Cannabis and Cannabinoids 3 (1): 14–24. doi:10.1159/000504391.
Wylie, P.L.; Westland, J.; Wang, M.; Radwan, M.M.; Majumdat, C.G.; ElSohly, M.A.
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