Abstract

In recent years, more and more attention has been given to the use of variable resolution in the field of mass spectrometry. In this paper will be discussed some of the reasons why variable resolution is valuable, some ways in which variable resolution may be obtained, and some of the actual results of the use of variable resolution.

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