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An approach for evaluating the accuracy of a set of specific CC data has been presented; however, the CC data summarized in Appendix Two have not been systematic validated. Full-scan mass spectra compiled in Appendix One represent the most comprehensive collection of mass spectra for these drugs and their isotopic analogs in various chemical derivatization forms. Comprehensive listings of CC data shown in Appendix Two should save an enormous amount of time and efforts for practicing laboratories in their search for this analytical parameter to establish optimal quantitation protocols.
76 Figure I-5. Mass spectra of MDA and its deuterated analogs (MDA-d5): (A) underivatized; (B) acetyl-derivatized; (C) TCA-derivatized; (D) TFA-derivatized; (E) PFP-derivatized; (F) HFB-derivatized; (G) 4-CB-derivatized; (H) PFBderivatized; (I) propylformyl-derivatized; (J,K) l-TPC-derivatized; (L,M) l-MTPA-derivatized; (N) TMS-derivatized; (O) TFA/t-BDMS-derivatized; (P) PFP/t-BDMS-derivatized; (Q) HFB/t-BDMS-derivatized ........................................................... 82 Figure I-6.
The mass spectra for various forms of derivatives for methamphetamine are similarly grouped and presented in Figure I-2 (pp 57–71). Many of the mass spectra included in Appendix One have not been published in literature generally available to the scientific community. Certainly, they have not been systematically compiled as presented here and, therefore, should be of routine reference value to laboratories engaged in drug analysis. C. Ion Intensity Cross-Contribution Data (Appendix Two, pp 373–492) The second set of data (ion intensity CC data), as presented in Part Three of this book in table format, are pairs of ions with potential for designating the drugs and their ILAs.