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This method requires no derivatiza- tion procedure which completely eliminates the need for diazomethane or even acidic methanol. Mass spectrometry is a technique which allows for the measurement of molecular mass and offers complementary data to spectroscopic techniques for structural identification. The RF is a unitless number, but units used to express quantities of analyte and internal standard must be equivalent. Maintain the resin cartridges in this condition until ready for use. This may be accom- plished by washing with detergent and water, rinsing with water, distilled water, or solvents, air-drying, and heating where appro- priate in an oven. Claiming Victory from Defeat
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