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Should I use Comprehensive Deconvolution?

The Comprehensive Deconvolution mode should be used in the majority of applications, particularly when the input spectra are complex and could have multiple overlapping components. For simple data sets, you can turn off the Comprehensive Deconvolution if you desire faster algorithm speed. With Comprehensive Deconvolution turned off, ZNova will remove peaks of found components as the deconvolution proceeds, which results in faster execution.

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