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Inconsistency in Area under the curve

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Question Inconsistency in Area under the curve



Good Morning to all.

I am handling Mass Spectrometry coupled with LC (LCMS/MS).

I am having problem in obtaining consistent area under the curve, even injecting from the same vial.

Any sugesstion to trouble shoot?
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Default Re: Inconsistency in Area under the curve

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Good Morning to all.

I am handling Mass Spectrometry coupled with LC (LCMS/MS).

I am having problem in obtaining consistent area under the curve, even injecting from the same vial.

Any sugesstion to trouble shoot?
Thank you.
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