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The primary reference for this type of data is the article by Li [1]. Snyder cites this paper as the primary source for UV cutoff values ("Ref 7" on the screenshot below) [2, p. 299]: References Li, J. B. Signal-to-Noise Optimization in HPLC UV Detection. LC GC 1992, 10 (11), 856–864. Snyder, L. R.; Kirkland, J. J.; Glajch, J. L. Practical HPLC ...

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Third edition (latest offline edition) of the ACS Style Guide (currently known as The ACS Guide to Scholarly Communication) has a section devoted to reporting analytical data, including mass-spectrometry and EIMS in particular [1, p. 275]: Mass Spectrometry MS $m/z$ (relative intensity): $238.2058~(44.8\%),$ $195.1487~(100\%),$ $153.1034 ~(21.2\%).$ GC–MS \$...

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This feels like cheating, since andselisk did all the hard work already and could have provided you with the answer, but I would think $$\ce{Na48[H_xMo368O1032(H2O)240(SO4)48] · \text{ca.}~1000 H2O}$$ is a good candidate for the largest inorganic hydrate. Note the "circa" 1000 waters. Unfortunately I don't have access to the Angewandte Chemie ...

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