I have a question about "Model peak" in unknowns analysis, what does it mean? i know the concept of base peak and component peak, but what is their relationship with model peak? thanks first!
When running deconvolution, the Model Peak refers to the calculate peak shape that represents the compound. There are many ions that make up the compound and one could assume that the EIC of any of them (or all of them) could be the peak shape for the compound. The peak shape can be selected as either the base peak (largest ion in the compound) or an averaging of many ions (the sharpest, least interred with by coelution with other compounds and the default). Essentially the Model Peak is an intermediate step to creating the Component.
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