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    Am I right in thinking that a stronger the magnetic field will cause ions with a low m/z value to be deflected MORE <<<<is this statement correct


    i.e. if you've got a strong field and a low MASS TO CHARGE RATIO there will be MORE DEFLEECTION

    high mass to charge ratio less deflection (cos smaller masses are deflected more, and higher charges are delected more)
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    (Original post by CasualSoul)
    Am I right in thinking that a stronger the magnetic field will cause ions with a low m/z value to be deflected MORE <<<<is this statement correct


    i.e. if you've got a strong field and a low MASS TO CHARGE RATIO there will be MORE DEFLEECTION

    high mass to charge ratio less deflection (cos smaller masses are deflected more, and higher charges are delected more)
    yes, yes and yes
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