mass spectrum

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mass spectrum

a characteristic pattern obtained from a mass spectrometer.

mass spec·trum

(mas spek'trŭm)
A distribution of charged particles arranged in the order of mass.
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Table 1 describes the main differences of cracking patterns for both samples.
Table 1: Different cracking patterns for the two kinds of samples Sample E Sample H First-appeared Center-oriented Alligator cracks cracking type cracks Initial cracking times ~80 ~10
Cracking patterns were photographed in October 1991, a period when no crop had been planted due to prolonged drought.
The conductivity of the subsoil in January (dry) can be related to the subsoil cracking patterns observed in Fig.