If i'm given 3 base peak (M,M+1,M+2,M+3) of the compound ketamine and i have the abundance AND m/e for
M (100 relative abundance , 237 m/e)
M+1 (14.3 relative abundance , 238 m/e)
M+2 (33.3 relative abundance, 239 m/e)
but i'm only given the m/e (240) of M+3 and im required to find the abundance of M+3.
what is the way to do it?
I know that the M+2 should be from chlorine atom since 1:3 relative abundance from M. but how can i figure out and predict the abundance of M+3, i tried using percentanges and molecular formula but its not working out.
Is it right to do this...