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Topic: Comparing three unknown samples to determine if they are the same or not?  (Read 213 times)

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Offline Alembic Pentameter

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I have three chemical samples.  It's unknown if they are identical solutions, solutions of the same substance at different concentrations, or different substances in solution.

Is there a best / ideal way to go about testing to prove which of the above scenarios it is? 

Is there a way to accomplish this with a panel of gc-ms scans?

I assume that the weight ratio being inconsistent by +/-1.25% is enough to rule out 'identical solutions'.

Offline shchavel

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Hello! It's depends of your resources (equipment, reagents, knowledges). What do you have? What you prefer?

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