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mass spectrum

[′mas ′spek·trəm]
(particle physics)
A plot of masses of elementary particles, including unstable states. Also known as particle spectrum.
(physics)
A display, record, or plot of the distribution in mass, or in mass-to-charge ratio, of ionized atoms, molecules, or molecular fragments.
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As LED model depends on the number of extra dimensions, n, it was important to study the graviton mass spectrum distributions for n = 2, 4, and 6.
Mehraban, "Mass spectrum and decay properties of heavy- light mesons: D, [D.sub.s], B and [B.sub.s] mesons," The European Physical Journal Plus, vol.
The mass spectrum revealed a sequence of the [[CF.sub.2]-O-[CF.sub.2]][sub.n] ions, starting with CFO.
We had recently calculated the mass spectrum of ground and excited states of P and V quarkonia in [21].
The mass spectrum data of emodin metabolites from the incubated samples and rat urine were summarized in Table 1.
On the other hand, the MALDI-TOF mass spectrum of the [HbA.sub.2] fraction isolated from a patient with HbS included 4 different globin chains with masses at 15 127,15 170,15 838, and 15 925 Da (Fig.
The results of charmonium mass spectrum are shown in Table 2.
The molecular ion peak was observed at m/z = 242 in the electron impact mass spectrum (EI-MS) and the formula of this peak was obtained as C14H14O2N2 through high resolution electron impact mass spectrum (HREI-MS) showing the presence of nine degrees of unsaturation.
Each mass spectrum was internally calibrated by use of the monoisotopic peaks that directly flanked the [[M + [11H.sup.+]].sup.11+] charge state of the wild-type and variant proteins.
While the same observed dijet invariant mass spectrum is used, different signal shapes are chosen based on simulations of dijet resonances.