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> But N2O should be a mass 44 problem, shouldn't it?
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> Lois Roe
>

Oops, sorry. You're right, of course. (2 x 14 + 1 x 16 = 44).
Still, it can be a problem. But I remember a remark (by S. Borella ?)
on the list some time ago, that there is a published method to
correct for this.

Frank
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