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Intensity ratios for principal ions should be within 70-130% of those obtained from the standard. Where an ion-chromatogram shows significant chromatographic interference, it should not be used to determine an intensity ratio. The most abundant ion that shows no evidence of chromatographic interference, and the best signal-to-noise ratio, should normally be used for quantification. EI, performed with acquisition of spectra, or tandem MS (MS/MS) may provide sufficient evidence of identity and quantity in many cases.
A similar perturbation of the spectrum may be produced by co-elution of other materials. 22 Quality control for pesticide residues analysis In contrast with the above examples, liquid chromatography with UVabsorption detection (LC-UV) is very unlikely to suffer from "hidden" matrix effects, because neither the transmission nor the extinction coefficient of the analyte is likely to be changed. Any interference by UV absorption is directly apparent. Matrix effects can be produced in UV-fluorescence detection, by quenching effects, but may be rendered more obvious if the UV absorption is monitored simultaneously.
4. 02 mg/kg. (A) Data for the three most abundant ions produced in EI, using a single quadrupole instrument; (B) data for five high mass ions obtained by NICI, using a single quadrupole instrument; (C) data for five high mass ions produced in EL, using a magnetic sector instrument operated at high resolution. The low-resolution E data (A) do not provide an acceptable degree of confirmation of either identity or quantity, whereas the data from the two other techniques are satisfactory in both respects.